Opera users can explore the decentralized internet with the MultiversX network integrated into the browser interface. They can also transact with native tokens EGLD or ESDT, connect to MultiversX-based non-fungible tickets (NFTs), and access decentralized applications built on the network.
Beniamin Mincu, CEO of MultiversX, stated that the network’s integration with Opera provides users a more accessible path into the Web3 ecosystem.
“By integrating with the Opera browser, MultiversX is leveraging the potential of Web3 in a way that is accessible and familiar to users,” Mincu said. “It’s a significant step toward creating a simplified, low-barrier entry into the world of Web3 and blockchain assets, allowing users to easily access the new digital economy without understanding the underlying complexity.”
MultiversX will be integrated into Opera’s desktop browser and an Android version, providing access to MultiversX-based websites.
MultiversX aims to make Web3 interoperable and easily accessible to new users. In February, it launched its Web3 “super app” xPortal, an all-in-one platform for accessing decentralized applications and metaverses. Recently, the company partnered with Tencent, the Chinese technology company behind the popular messaging app WeChat, to help it build its Web3 strategy.