- Opera announced a browser integration with the Polygon network.
- Opera users will have in-browser access to over 3000 dApps on the network like SushiSwap, Aave, etc.
- The integration is set to go live in the first quarter of 2022.
Opera, a web browser that supports web 3.0 announced a browser integration with Polygon, an Ethereum layer-2 scaling solution to provide Opera users in-browser access to over 3000 dApps on the network, according to the press release.
Sushiswap, Curve, Aave, Balancer, and Kyber, as well as blockchain-based NFT games/platforms like Decentraland, Opensea, Sandbox, Somnium Space, and Decentral Games, will be available to Opera users.
Opera users will be able to transact in Polygon’s native currency MATIC thanks to this integration. Opera has a built-in cryptocurrency wallet that utilizes Ethereum’s web 3.0 API.
The integration is set to launch in the *AZfirst quarter of 2022. It would first make Polygon’s platform available to Opera’s over 80 million Android users, before expanding to all other platforms and devices.
Opera’s desktop version includes a crypto wallet, thus the features may be available for Windows in the future; however, Opera has not confirmed this.
Polygon, according to Opera, supports more gaming and NFT dApps than other Layer 2 Ethereum scaling solutions, making it perfectly adapted for newcomers to Web3.
This announcement comes just in time as yesterday Uniswap V3 has successfully launched on the Polygon network. Launching on Polygon will eliminate the worry of high gas fees for Uniswap users.