Opera’s Built-in Ethereum Wallet Top Up Now Available to Mobile Users in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

Opera’s Built-in Ethereum Wallet Top Up Now Available to Mobile Users in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

On 6 February, through a press release, Opera announced that Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish users of Opera’s flagship Android Web 3.0-ready browser can begin to purchase cryptocurrencies direct from their smartphones

This feature was made possible as result of the partnership between Opera and online cryptocurrency brokerage firm, Safello. Safello, established in 2013, is registered with Sweden’s Financial Services Authority.

Safello for Secure and Fast Transactions

The functionality to purchase crypto is right at their fingertips.

Frank Schuil, Chief Executive Officer at Safello

The solution provided by the brokerage firm will lessen the processing time of buying digital coins, states the press release. Safello solutions will securely verify user identities by BankID and NemID. At the same time, customers from the three countries can make payments through credit or debit cards, and transfers, utilizing reliable payment networks.

Opera Browser for DApps

Last December, Opera unveiled its blockchain android browser outfitted with an ETH wallet. The Web 3.0-ready mobile browser also allows seamless interaction with decentralized applications.


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