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Opera browser has released a beta version of its new crypto project. The crypto browser is designed to facilitate the user experience of browsing DApps, games and the Metaverse platform by providing Windows, Mac and Android users with direct access to Web3 services. The current Opera browser has a no-login VPN and native ad and tracking blocker, which helps keep it safe. The new crypto browser will maintain these security features while integrating direct access to decentralized exchanges, NFTs, gaming DApps, and support for Telegram and Twitter. The built-in non-custodial wallet will support Ethereum in beta and will soon be extended to Polygon, Solana, Nervos, Celo, and domain name systems like Unstoppable Domains, Handshake, ENS, and more. The integration of Opera with Polygon is expected to go live in Q1 2022. The wallet supports ERC-20 standard and ERC-721 standard and will support ERC-1155 standard in Q1 of 2022.
Grayscale GBTC premium per share fell to -26.54% today, a record low. The sideways trading continues across the crypto market, BTC is trading in the $41,000 – $42,500 price zone, and ETH is trading in the $3,000 – $3100 price zone. Over the past week, the bears are attempting to pull BTC and ETH to strong support at $40,000 and $3,000 respectively, but the long tail shows that the bulls would not give up those psychological support levels as several stop-loss could be triggered below those levels, which could lead bearish momentum and result in a decline to $30,000 and $2,300.
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