Norway-based internet browser operator Operator has rolled out the beta version of its crypto browser, which seeks to offer direct access to Web3 services, CoinTelegraph reported.
Dubbed as the Crypto Browser Project, the platform targets to enable Windows, Mac, and Android users to browse decentralized applications, games, and metaverse platforms with Web3 services access.
The new crypto browser will have direct access to decentralized exchanges, non-fungible tokens, and gaming applications, as well as Telegram and Twitter support while maintaining the no-login VPN and native ad and tracker blocker.
The platform will also have a built-in non-custodial wallet which currently supports Ethereum, and eventually Polygon, Solana, Nervos Network, Celo, and other systems. It carries both fungible ERC-20 standards and non-fungible ERC-721 standards.
The browser allows users to purchase cryptocurrencies through its built-in fiat-to-crypto on-ramp, complete crypto-to-crypto swaps, and access a built-in gallery of non-fungible tokens.
Opera says it welcomes feedback on the beta browser to implement any developments “together.”