Opera Ltd, the Oslo-based developer of Opera web browser has entered into a partnership with Ramp Network, a company dedicated to building a fiat-to-crypto bridge.
With the partnership, UK users of Opera will get access to Ramp’s crypto on-ramping.
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Ramp Network CEO Szymon Sypniewicz says the partnership is focused on boosting crypto’s appeal.
"We believe this is a great news for the entire industry, as millions of non-coiners just got easy access to dApps, DeFi, Web 3.0 and crypto via Opera+Ramp integration," Sypniewicz said.
With the built-in crypto wallet hundreds of millions of Opera users are less than a click away from Web3, a press release states.
In March, Opera started offering its crypto purchase feature in all 27 EU countries as well as in four other nations: Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and Switzerland.
The feature, which was launched in the US in February allows Opera users to buy bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin) and ethereum (ETH) directly with Visa and Mastercard cards from the wallet that is integrated in the browser.
Opera also became the world's first browser to introduce Web 3 capabilities and a built-in crypto wallet across its mobile and computer browsers.
Thanks to the partnership with Unstoppable Domains, a blockchain naming system built on the Ethereum blockchain, Opera users are getting the ability to access the cloudless, decentralized web of the future through IPFS-protocol support.
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