The well-known crypto browser platform Opera Web3 recently disclosed its plan to collaborate with the Elrond blockchain network. According to the details about this integration in the blockchain news, Opera users will use the integration to access decentralized applications (decentralized applications) and other services offered in the Elrond blockchain. Additionally, the integration will be made possible through the Opera wallet.
Opera Web 3 stated that users would rely on the Opera wallet as the single entry point to several decentralized applications that different blockchains will easily access. Elrond is expected to increase the experience of Opera browser users, mainly because it is the first carbon-negative blockchain developed in Europe.
Among many positives, one of the main positives that the integration brings to Opera Web3 is Elrond’s unique Adaptive State Sharding, and Secure Proof-of-Stake (SPoS) features, thus the massive anticipation of the new integration by most Opera browsers.
Opera’s Collaboration with Multiple Networks
Opera has already integrated with well-known blockchain ecosystems like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polygon, and BNB. These integrations have enabled anyone interested in cryptocurrency to access Web3. In regard to this,
Opera’s senior product manager, Danny Yao, told Cointelegraph that:
“We aim to be an understandable and secure entry point to Web3 for anyone interested in crypto. This also means we have provided a wallet selector feature that lets our users choose which wallet to use to interact with a particular DApp.”
Opera recently affirmed publicly its plan to make it possible for hundreds of millions of its active users to access vast blockchains and several decentralized applications in each associated Network. The main interface through which Opera users access the Network and decentralized applications they are interested in is Opera browser’s cryptocurrency wallet. As Danny Yao explained:
“We have provided a wallet selector feature that lets our users choose which wallet they want to use to interact with a particular app. We also have a secure clipboard, safeguarding our user’s data as they copy-paste sensitive data such as wallet addresses or bank account numbers.”
The wallet has eased things up for Opera users, especially those looking to access decentralized applications (decentralized applications).
Therefore, it is no doubt that the new integration might help the Opera browsers effectively and efficiently. Besides, the new integration will not only give Opera users access to decentralized applications but will also give them access to an eco-friendly alternative.
After all, Elrond is eco-friendly because it is carbon-negative. Accordingly, the new partnership could serve as the basis for similar integrations to happen in the future. The blockchain industry is still developing, and such collaborations could help with the industry’s growth and public adoption.
What is Elrond?
Elrond is an internet-scale blockchain that is efficient, fast, and cheap, built to give utility to users. Elrond had existed since July 2020, when it was launched. The Network anchors Adaptive State Sharding and its Secure Proof-of-Stake (SPoS) consensus technique to provide good scalability.
The company has positive reviews and a good reputation in the blockchain world. Besides, Elrond ensures the availability of infrastructure services for decentralized applications to enterprise-level clients.