Opera didn't waste any time perfecting its built-in cryptocurrency browser wallet. The company is expanding its Encrypted Wallet testing program, which includes two new features: transaction notifications and sending encrypted collections such as CryptoKitties directly from the user's wallet.
This is a fairly small update, but it's important that Opera claims it is the first app to offer an encrypted collection directly from the user's wallet. A statement from Opera said: We have changed this, and now sending encrypted collections via Opera is as simple as sending money via Venmo.
In addition to ERC721 support, Opera's Encrypted Wallet also supports users when their balance changes. “We are tracking user transactions and notifying them of their progress and completion,” the company explained to Hard Fork. If the user receives a payment, token or collectible, the user will receive a notification that there is new content in the user's wallet. ”
Opera has gradually added more encryption features to its browser over the past few months. After launching its native encryption feature, the company revealed that it will add a built-in cryptocurrency wallet to support Ethereum tokens and dApps.
Given that the market share of non-Google Chrome and the booming blockchain market is waning, it is not surprising that Opera is targeting cryptocurrency users. Anyway, the next time users need an easy way to sell a digital kitten worth $170,000, now users know what to do.