Opera – ein Webbrowser, der Web 3.0 unterstützt – hat kürzlich eine Browserintegration mit Polygon angekündigt. Es wird Opera-Benutzern im Browser Zugriff auf über 3000 dApps im Netzwerk bieten.
Polygon dapps on Opera
Opera announced its latest partnership in a press release on its website today. The browser – which has an integrated cryptoWallet has that used Ethereum‘s web 3.0 API – Allows users to do MATIC in Polygon’s native currency. It also eliminates passwords and helps remove barriers to entry for crypto newbies. `
Polygon was created as a layer 2 scaling solution for the Ethereum network, which is currently plagued by unsustainably high fees. Vitalik Buterin has admitted that such solutions are necessary to scale the functionality of the network, especially around NFTs hereabouts. Polygon hosts a large number of NFT and gaming dApps to help with this.
“Our collaboration with Polygon will enable us to meet the biggest challenge crypto enthusiasts now face: high gas fees and slow transaction speeds,” said Jørgen Arnesen, Opera EVP Mobile.
Opera users can access dApps such as Sushiswap, Curve, Aave, Balancer and Kyber as well as on Blockchain-based NFT games / platforms such as Decentraland, Opensea, Sandbox, Somnium Space and Decentral Games.
Polygon is first integrated with Opera’s Android browser and relies on Android’s system lock to securely sign transactions. The integration is planned for the first quarter of next year.
Extension of the opera
Opera announced a similar partnership earlier this month Solana with which browser users can also access Solana dApps. His non-custody wallet also supports several other cryptos, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tron and Celo.
The Web 3.0 platform is proving to be a fierce competitor to Brave, the reigning king of crypto browsers. In contrast to Brave, Opera chose neither to have its own Cryptocurrency (BAT) to develop their own blockchain.
The premise of such browsers is to provide a decentralized, blockchain-based layer for interaction on the web. The current Internet is controlled by powerful websites that serve as the single point of failure and have full power to censor content that other users post on their platform. Web 3 projects are supposed to fix that.
But not everyone is convinced of this concept. Jack Dorsey recently argued that Web 3.0 is a farce that is ultimately centralized and controlled by VCs and liquidity providers.
Source: Crypto News Deutsch