Opera Software has just released the Opera 60 browser, also known as Reborn 3, on the fixed channel.
The company seems to have very high goals with this version as it states that it "sets a new standard for browsers". Opera 60 comes with a redesigned UI, has a built-in crypto wallet to support encrypted transactions.
Opera users who are already running a stable version of the browser can upgrade from the internal address: opera: // update.
The new design (new UI) will be the first thing you will notice, as it is quite noticeable and enjoyable for users.
Opera 60 comes with a light and dark theme that you can alternate. How; Open the internal address: opera: // settings and select "Enable dark theme"
Opera 60 supports Web 3 and together, encryption transactions and a crypto wallet. Support is limited to Ethereum, but according to the company, there will soon be support for other digital currencies (in future releases).
Opera supports so-called dApps or decentralized applications in the Ethereum blockchain. Opera users should enable Crypto Wallet from the internal address: opera: // settings / vpn.
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