Opera, a popular pro-cryptocurrency web browser, has disclosed that its built-in wallet would add support for Polygon ($MATIC) next year.
Browser developer Opera plans to add Polygon to its native digital wallet early next year potentially putting it ahead of its competitor Brave in supporting the ecosystem.
The publicly traded Norwegian company has incorporated “30-second” cryptocurrency wallet top-ups in various countries, and it plans to collaborate with Polygon developers to integrate the Polygon network into its wallet.
Through the integration, Opera users will be able to access Polygon decentralized applications, or DApps, such as Sushiswap, Curve and Aave, as well as blockchain games and nonfungible tokens platforms such as Decentraland, OpenSea and TheSandbox.
Not every Opera user will have that functionality starting in the first quarter, a press release said. The limited rollout will begin with its Android mobile user base.
However, the broader release to Opera’s full audience of 380 million, a figure from August is on the horizon due the fact that integrations typically begin with the Android app before branching out to iOS and desktop.
Opera previously announced that it will add wallet support for Solana in the first quarter of 2022. The new move would also extend the Norwegian company’s reach into the popular Ethereum layer 2 ecosystem.