Opera and Polygon have teamed up to give Ethereum dApps to the Opera browser.
Following the Solana integration, Opera reveals more dApp expansion plans for its browser.
Polygon just announced a browser integration with Opera, a web browser that supports web 3.0. It will give Opera users in-browser access to the network’s roughly 3000 dApps.
Opera’s Polygon Dapps
Opera announced its most recent collaboration today in a press release on its website. Users can transact in Polygon’s native currency MATIC using the browser’s built-in crypto wallet, which employs Ethereum’s web 3.0 API. It also eliminates passwords, lowering the barrier to entry for newbies to the crypto world. `
Polygon was developed as a layer-2 scaling solution for the Ethereum network, which is currently experiencing unacceptably high costs. Such solutions, according to Vitalik Buterin, are essential to scale the network’s functioning, particularly around NFTs. To help with this, Polygon hosts a large number of NFT and gaming dApps.
“Through our partnership with Polygon, we will be able to address the greatest issue that crypto aficionados are now facing: high gas prices and sluggish transaction rates,” stated Jrgen Arnesen, Opera EVP Mobile.”
Sushiswap, Curve, Aave, Balancer, and Kyber, as well as blockchain-based NFT games/platforms like Decentraland, Opensea, Sandbox, Somnium Space, and Decentral Games, will be available to Opera users.
Polygon will first be included in Opera’s Android browser, where it will rely on Android’s system lock to sign transactions securely. The integration is scheduled for the first 3 months of the next year.