- New android Opera Browser supports Ethereum wallet and other ERC-20 tokens.
- The uptrend ignited yesterday reclaimed the support at $90.00.
The new Opera Android web browser “Web 3-ready” has been released and packs a built-in digital asset. The browser has been available to the users in a beta version. It currently has support for Ethereum wallet alongside other ERC-20 based tokens. The application has support for ERC-721 collectibles, such as the CryptoKitties. Other decentralized Ethereum based applications will also enjoy the support on the app accessible via the wallet. The product manager at Opera Crypto, Charles Hamel:
“Until now using cryptocurrencies online and accessing Web 3 required special apps or extensions, making it difficult for people to even try it out. Our new browser removes that friction.”
Hamel told CoinDesk that this version of the app greatly resembles the beta. However, it currently looking to attract the attention of a “much wider audience”. The user interface has been beefed up “significantly,” and currently displays a “less confusing language.”
The application has already begun getting positive feedback with Krystian Kolondra, the vice president of Opera saying:
“Our hope is that this step will accelerate the transition of cryptocurrencies from speculation and investment to being used for actual payments and transactions in our users’ daily lives.”
Ethereum price technical picture
Ethereum is trading at $90.14 after correcting from the lows around $80.00. The asset was rejected at $100 last week leading to a downside correction below $90.00. There was an uptrend ignited yesterday with ETH/USD reclaiming the support at $90.00. The asset has been sidelined this level although it is likely that it will correct higher in the short-term.
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