The crypto wallet was initially rolled out by Opera browser in September for desktop users. Utilizing the crypto wallet, the customers could interrelate with Dapps (Ethereum decentralized apps) and manage crypto wealth on the Ethereum blockchain. Soon after, the crypto wallet incorporation was rolled out for Android users too, and now iOS users will be soon receiving it. Opera states that the full-featured browser with an incorporated native Web 3 browsing as well as crypto wallet functionalities is soon coming to iOS.
Though it has not issued a precise timeframe for the iOS update, it has begun accepting registrations for early access prior to public broadcast. With the crypto wallet incorporation, one can get directly into the world of cryptocurrencies via the Opera Touch browser. One can access all their Ethereum (ERC20) tokens as well as make online deals utilizing a cryptocurrency. Furthermore, the crypto wallet on the Android app has a devoted part known as Collectibles that registers all your digital collectibles like art, badges, or game items, and it should soon arrive for iOS apps as well.
Opera, on the Android app, has offered one-tap access to a devoted Dapps Store from where one can see a listing of Web 3 applications and experience how improvements such as cryptocurrency and blockchain function. At present, the Store has applications under 2 classes: Games & Collectibles and E-commerce. The Crypto Wallet of Opera for Android app also backs the Ethereum Web3 API.
Likewise, the Korean tech giant is said to add a new cryptocurrency wallet into its most recent Galaxy S10 smartphone. This in-built cold storage wallet would enable one to store Bitcoin, Ethereum, and cryptocurrency Cosmo coin. Several individuals consider that entry of Samsung into the crypto domain could be a sensible step to stay ahead in the contest with other tech giants such as Apple, Facebook, Google, and so on.