A new development between Opera and MultiversX is brewing in the crypto realm.

Opera, the world’s first Web3 browser, is joining hands with Layer-1 blockchain MultiversX.

According to the announcement, with the collaboration, both companies aim to open up the decentralized world to Opera users.

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Once the partnership reaches its full swing, MultiversX will become part of Opera’s desktop browser and the Android platform, providing access to websites related to MultiversX. This means users will be able to access the Metaverse regardless of what smart device they are using.

On top of that, Opera users will be able to carry out transactions with the blockchain’s native tokens, EGLD and ESDT.

It is worth noting that users interested in non-fungible tokens (NFTs) can connect with NFTs on the MultiversX platform. Based on the announcement, access to decentralized apps developed on MultiversX is set to be available in the coming weeks.

When talking about the new partnership, MultiversX CEO Beniamin Mincu claimed that integrating with Opera would provide an easy route for users to access the Web3 ecosystem.

It’s a significant step in creating a simplified, low-barrier entry point to the world of Web3 and blockchain assets, one that allows users to easily access the new digital economy without needing to understand the underlying complexities.

It is worth highlighting that at the end of September 2022, Opera unveiled similar news. However, at that time, MultiversX was Elrond. In September’s announcement, the company’s claimed that the collaboration will allow users to directly access decentralized applications (dApps) and other services available on Elrond.

The decentralized internet and Web3 are becoming more accessible than ever. Thanks to the partnership between Opera and MultiversX, a user-friendly version of the internet is soon to be unveiled.

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