Earlier on today at a blockchain event in London, web browser Opera announced the launching of a built in cryptocurrency wallet on its Android app. Users can now purchase Ethereum.
According to the company, The wallet will first support ethereum, with support for other coins likely to come later. Ether investors using Opera would potentially be able to more easily access their tokens using the feature.
To get access to this new feature, user will have to download Opera browser app from Google Play store first. After which, user can purchase some ether tokens to store inside. From there, users can access a selection of mini apps inside the browser.
With the announcement today at the blockchain event in London, Opera long aimed mission has been accomplished. As the company first started the testing of the cryptocurrency wallet feature back in July.
However, this new update is not available for Apple users. As web browser Opera only launched the built-in cryptocurrency wallet on its Android app.