Opera, a popular web browser, announced today that it will support up to eight additional blockchain networks, making it easier to access decentralised programmes (dApps) and services.
Popular projects such as Bitcoin, Polygon, and Solana, as well as StarkEx, Ronin, Celo, Nervos, and the Cosmos-based IXO, are among them.
Polygon dApps are now available on Android, desktop PCs, and Android via the company's revolutionary Web3-native browser, the Crypto Browser Project.
Opera released a public beta version of their new Crypto Browser Project for mobile and desktop devices earlier this year. The Crypto Browser Project is a stand-alone browser that has built-in dApp compatibility as well as a non-custodial cryptocurrency wallet. Crypto Corner, a hub for the latest crypto news, prices, gas fees, and market sentiment, as well as scheduled airdrops, educational content, and an events calendar, is also included.
Solana, StarkEx, Deversifi, IXO, Ronin, Nervos, Bitcoin, and Celo are presently exclusively available on Opera for Android, but will be included to the Crypto Browser Project in the next months.