So it is again this time: The current finale Version 60 has a crypto-wallet that also provides access to Ethereum-based web applications, so-called dApps, in addition to managing cryptocurrencies. In addition, the Opera browser now shines either in a light or dark theme.
Opera has long been a not to be underestimated competitor of the established browser. Because the program does not only convince with its appearance, but offers with each further update exciting new features that you will not find on Chrome or Firefox yet.
In order to activate the crypto-wallet in version 60 of Opera, you must first download the Opera app for Android or iOS. Then scan the displayed QR code with your smartphone and verify your chosen mobile phone unlock, such as password or fingerprint. Now you can manage the cryptocurrency Ethereum and have access to various Etherum-based dApps. These applications give you access to the so-called Web 3, which, in contrast to Web 2.0, wants to give more control over its own data due to its decentralized structure.
But that's just one of the changes that Opera wants to convince its users.