Opera proclaims assist for a Tron (TRX) pockets. Over 300 million customers can simply retailer TRX and TRC tokens
Tron just keeps growing (in terms of market cap and popularity). World famous web browser Opera announced that it will soon introduce native support for the Tron blockchain. The browser has a TRX wallet in which not only this crypto currency but also all TRC tokens executed in the Tron mainnet can be stored.
Opera is known for its efforts to grow the ecosystem. Last year, the browser was the first to have a native ETH wallet compatible with ERC20 and ERC721 tokens. This gave Opera the distinction of being the first browser with Web3 capabilities.
Opera + Tron: A partnership with a focus on dapps
Thanks to this decision, Opera offers over 300 million users around the world the ability to use TRX without having to configure a separate wallet. The fact that it has native compatibility makes it extremely easy for inexperienced users to immerse themselves in the world of cryptocurrencies.
Not only are the Opera team trying to unlock the financial potential of a token, they also seem to be hoping to encourage the use and development of DApps. Currently, Ethereum is the blockchain with the most DApps in the ecosystem, but Tron has the title of having the fastest growth of any Dapp-oriented network.
“TRON is a popular, rapidly evolving blockchain with a rapidly growing DApp ecosystem. We are happy to open our browser for it, ”said Krystian Kolondra, EVP at Opera, Head of Browsers. “By opening products to multiple blockchains, we’re accelerating the general roll-out of Web 3.”
Justin Sun, CEO of Tron, shared his excitement. For the well-known crypto influencer, this partnership with Opera can be very positive for the growth not only of TRX, but of the entire Tron ecosystem.
“We’re excited that Opera, a mainstream browser with hundreds of millions of users, now seamlessly supports TRX and other TRON tokens. Opera users will soon be able to use dApps on the TRON blockchain.”
Browsers and blockchains can grow together
According to official data, Opera is working hard to support multiple blockchains. The idea is to expand these functions within 12 months. That Tron was the second blockchain to be supported after Ethereum shows not only Opera’s trust in this project, but Justin Sun’s success in promoting its platform across the developer community.
TRON has more than 2.7 million active accounts with more than 3 million transactions per day.
There is also currently a boom in the development of Internet browsers that focus on the use of blockchain technologies. The three most famous; Opera, Brave and Dissenter are getting more popular every day thanks to their own characteristics.