In addition to providing users with seamless access to block chains, Opera also needs this new browser to promote the recognition and use of encrypted currency by more mainstream consumers. Krystian Kolondra, Opera's executive vice president, said: "We hope that through the release of this browser application, we will promote the conversion of encrypted currency from speculation to actual payments and transactions in users'daily lives."
A dedicated browser with a built-in encrypted currency wallet first announced its announcement in August, and Opera began inviting some users to start beta testing in September. This custom browser allows you to use the Ethernet block chain to process your funds and browse distributed applications (dApps) locally on its network. This means that whenever you want to sign a transaction or message in the Ethernet shop, your phone device will prompt you to use fingerprints for confirmation.