Wherever you look, cryptocurrency usability is continually improving, something that was again evident this week when desktop and mobile browsing app, Opera, announced that it will directly integrate with TRON's wallet.
Not only will TRON's TRX token work directly with Opera's browser, but it also provides users with access to TRON's DApps from the browser's native DApp store.
TRON becomes the third crypto asset to integrate with Opera's browser, joining Bitcoin and Ethereum as a triumvirate of digital tokens now usable on a widely used internet browser.
"Opera is one of the most important companies in the world. They are bringing security, privacy, and dynamic cryptocurrency capabilities to hundreds of millions of users. We are proud to connect the largest active blockchain ecosystem to the best web browser ever built."
The integration of cryptocurrencies directly into a web browser's interface is a critical step for usability, putting digital assets at users' fingertips in a natural and easy-to-understand way.
Opera's browser has been instrumental in bringing cryptocurrency usability to the internet by making their application seamless and intuitive rather than complicated and opaque.
When crypto wallets are directly integrated with a browser, users can quickly make payments on platforms that allow this functionality, and they can easily store their digital assets and collectibles in their browser wallet.
Opera was the first browser to provide this experience, starting with Bitcoin and adding Ethereum functionality in 2018.
The Opera browser and many in the cryptocurrency space share a similar ethos that is, in many ways, anathema in the digital age.
By integrating cryptocurrencies and their ecosystems directly into their browser, Opera is striving to facilitate the internet of the future, one of which is undoubtedly more secure, private, and functional than today's internet infrastructure.
Opera Browser announces TRON wallet integration
Publicado en Oct 22, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Publicado en Coinage
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