Opera launches Android browser beta with built-in encryption wallet, and since January Opera web and mobile browsers have included anti-encryption hijacking software.
Opera’s encrypted wallet will support the Ethereum Web3 API, ETH, ERC20 and ERC721 tokens. and will integrate a “default WebView” on top of it. The press release stated that the wallet will automatically add tokens and collectibles to the wallet.
“In addition to being able to send money from wallet to wallet and interact with Dapps, Opera now supports online payments with cryptocurrency wherhoose to pay for their order using cryptocurrency on Coinbase Commerce-enabled merchants will be presented with a payment request dialog, asking them for their signature. The payment will then be signed and transmitted directly from the browser.”
Private invitation to join beta: https://www.opera.com/crypto
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