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Opera plans to add Polygon to its native wallet in early 2022, a move which is expected to increase the reach of the Norwegian company into popular Ethereum layer 2.
The Crypto market has become very attractive for big institutions due to wider adoption around the world. Browser developer Opera has been interested in the crypto market lately. A few weeks ago, Opera collaborated with Solana to launch DApps on the Browser and now Opera plans to add Polygon to its native wallet for better reach into popular Ethereum layer 2. MATIC is the gas for Polygon’s EVM-compatible ecosystem of 3000 decentralized applications.
Opera plans to add Polygon to its native wallet:
Opera plans to add Polygon to its native wallet which means that users will have more seamless access to that realm. A press release from Opera has revealed that this functionality will be available to a limited number of people from Q1. The limited rollout will begin with its Android mobile user base. Two years ago Opera estimated that pool was around 80 million monthly active users.
An Opera representative told CoinDesk that integrations typically begin with the Android app before branching out to iOS and desktop. The native token of the Polygon, MATIC has seen a significant rise in the price over the last 24 hours. Separately, Opera has said that it will add wallet support for Solana in Q1.
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