The developer of the popular browser Opera has released a specialized desktop version of its software, aimed at users of crypto currency . This is written by TheNextWeb .
The new browser of the company, called Opera Labs, by default has a crypto-currency purse that allows you to transfer funds through the Ethereum block system . In addition, the browser can be used to interact with decentralized applications.
Currently, Opera Labs is open only for a limited group of beta testers. They already had the opportunity to tie the browser to the wallet in the mobile version of Opera for Android-based devices and use them to confirm the crypto-currency transactions with a fingerprint. In addition, they do not need to register additional purses.
Opera claims that private keys are stored "on the mobile phone and never leave its limits." Initially, the developers implemented only the support of the Ethereum crypto currency and the tokens on its locker (ERC-20) , but the company representative said that they are interested in expanding the list of supported assets in the future , but refused to give details.
About the development of a desktop browser with support for crypto currency, Opera reported in August. According to the company, approved beta testers can wait for an invitation to test; The rest of users will have to wait for the full release, the terms of which are not yet called.