“..after the success of our Crypto Wallet and Dapp explorer in Opera for Android, we have decided to open Opera Touch for iOS to Web 3.”
This latest rollout announcement comes after the web browser disclosed the launch of a similar browser on Android a couple of days ago. Dubbed as Opera Touch, the full-featured crypto wallet is essentially designed to access decentralized apps [dApps] on the Ethereum’s platform and non-fungible tokens seamlessly.
In a statement, the firm conveyed:
“We are taking this step in response to popular demand from the Ethereum community.”
The Opera browser for Android released the crypto wallet in December last year. The Android version of the wallet also featured support for Web 3.
The latest crypto wallet incorporation on iOS and Android are not the only moves that Opera undertook with the fifth largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum. Earlier, the web browser had collaborated with the developer of Exodus and tech giant – HTC and added support for dApps on its platform, earlier in February this year.
The Exodus platform supports payments in Ethereum [ETH] currently and plans to add support for Bitcoin [BTC] and Litecoin [LTC] soon.