The integration of Elrond Blockchain with Opera will enable access to the Web3 ecosystem for more than 300 million users Elrond is one of the first Carbon-negative blockchains in Europe.
Through the integrated Opera wallet, users of Opera would be able to immediately access a variety of decentralized applications (DApps)and other services.
Elrond (EGLD) provides a range of infrastructure services for DApps, business use cases, and the emerging internet economy.
The adaptive state sharing of the blockchain makes it one of the quickest and most effective networks.
Opera users will now be exposed to the Elrond Standard Digital Token(ESDT), a native token insurance standard, in addition to the EGLD tokens, making it an excellent entry point for Web3.
Assuring smooth transactions and increased security, users will be able to participate without relying on a third-party wallet.
Danny Yo, Senior Product Manager at Opera, said the company is actively pursuing a multi-chain policy and that it has already incorporated Ethereum, Polygon, Bitcoin and BNB Chain.
He said: ”Our aim is to be an understandable and secure entry point to Web3 for anyone interested in crypto. This also means we have provided a wallet they want to use to interact with a particular DApp”.
Although, millions of people can now access numerous blockchain ecosystems from this single entry point to the integrated non-custodial crypto wallet that the browser offers.
Speaking on the emerging security flaws in Apps and how Opera is reducing the dangers associated with them, Yao said:
“Opera users will have access to environmentally friendly solutions thanks to the Elrond blockchain, the first carbon-negative blockchain in Europe.”
The collaboration between two Web3 platforms could serve as a model for such integrations in the future, with an increasing emphasis on social, environmental, and governance (ESG) issues in the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
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