Exodus Mobile Wallet Officially Adds TRON (TRX) Support

According to yesterday’s announcement by a well-known cryptocurrency wallet Exodus, TRON (TRX) will now be available in its mobile version.

According to yesterday’s announcement by a well-known cryptocurrency wallet Exodus, TRON (TRX) will now be available in its mobile version. Exodus Mobile offers an app for Android and iOS alike, allowing traders and investors to manage their cryptocurrencies on the go. By adding official support for TRON, the wallet will let users secure, manage, and exchange TRON in seconds, no matter where they are.

Tron $TRX is now supported in Exodus Mobile for Android and iOS.

Secure, manage, and exchange Tron in seconds from the palm of your hand.

Download here 👉https://t.co/NtwELUtcid@justinsuntron@Tronfoundationpic.twitter.com/yvz4erEyrc

— Exodus (@exodus_io) July 8, 2019

TRON and Exodus

TRON and Exodus already have a history together, and they maintained a strong relationship ever since Exodus first added support for TRX coins back in October 2018. Back then, Exodus listed TRON on its desktop wallet, allowing users to manage the coin, as well as trade it against 50 different assets, including the top cryptos such as Bitcoin, Ether, XRP, and others.

Exodus now supports Tron $TRX mainnet. TRX is exchangeable with nearly 50 assets. You can swap BTC, ETH, XRP, XLM, OMG, DGB and many other coins directly for TRX within the comfort and security of your own wallet. Download Exodus today: https://t.co/RfXDbPSCHv@Tronfoundationpic.twitter.com/oDFWWJ8fFm

— Exodus (@exodus_io) October 3, 2018

This was a significant move for TRON, as Exodus wallet became quite popular, and listing the coin allowed it greater exposure. Not that TRON was suffering from the lack of exposure, but every new move that allowed its ecosystem to grow and expand was welcomed by Justin Sun and the TRON Foundation with open arms.

Now, TRON also joined Exodus’ online wallet, thus making it instantly available to those who prefer to do their trading via smartphones.

Exodus Mobile itself is quite a newly-developed app, being launched only a little over a week ago, on July 1st. Already, the wallet is hard at work when it comes to adding supports for many different coins, with TRX being among the first ones.

Exodus Mobile has arrived for Android and iOS.

Get it here 👉 https://t.co/9pqivPmobRpic.twitter.com/LMPwDgv2KO

— Exodus (@exodus_io) July 1, 2019

With the launch of the mobile version of its wallet, Exodus now even allows users to sync it with the desktop version. Those who decide to do so should keep in mind that connecting Exodus Desktop and Exodus Mobile will overwrite the mobile wallet. Those who have any funds in their mobile version of Exodus should transfer them to Exodus desktop before syncing the two.

TRON ecosystem continues to grow

As for TRON itself, the coin has been performing preferably well in 2019, although it did have ups and downs throughout the first half of the year. It was even pushed out of the list of the top ten largest cryptocurrencies by market cap, although it managed to return in the past few weeks.

The coin’s price managed to double in size since the start of the year, with its highest point in 2019 being at $0.040, reached on June 1st. Since then, the coin saw a drop to $0.032, only to surge again to just below $0.040, and then drop again in early July. For the moment, the coin appears to be struggling with breaching this level, although it has kept escaping from falling by strong support at $0.032.

At the time of writing, however, the coin is once again experiencing a small decline, after an attempt at growth, which led it to $0.035. This level started acting as a resistance as well and prevented it from surging further up. In other words, while the addition of TRON on Exodus’ mobile version will undoubtedly be beneficial for the users, it does not appear to be doing much for the coin’s price as we write this. Still, keep an eye on it, TRX could surprise many soon.

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Ethereum News: Opera Brings Built In Wallet in Browser to iOS

Building on the success of the Android and PC versions of the Opera browser with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet, Opera has announced the launch of …
  • Opera Touch features an in-built cryptocurrency wallet and VPN
  • Opera says the browser enables iOS users to take advantage of Web 3.0 via its Ethereum Web3 API

Building on the success of the Android and PC versions of the Opera browser with a built-incryptocurrency wallet, Opera has announced the launch of the iOS equivalent named Opera Touch, which supports bitcoin (BTC),ERC-20 tokens, stablecoins andcollectables, according to a Hard Fork report on June 26, 2019.

Opera launches crypto wallet for the iPhone

Per the report, the company has launched Opera Touch, the first web browser for iOS devices which features a built-in cryptocurrency wallet and Web 3 support.

The blockchain-ready application is coming months after its release on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. As is the application’s mode of operation on other operating systems, the Touch crypto wallet can be used to store all ERC-20 tokens, stablecoins, and non-fungible tokens (NFT) on top of Ethereum.

Similarly, its Web 3.0 support which is made possible using an EthereumWeb3 API provides seamless access to decentralized applications on the Ethereum blockchain thereby taking away the need to use Metamask and other browser extensions.

iOS users can, therefore, take advantage of the Opera Torch by downloading it from the Apple App Store starting from today and they can optionally send Ethereum to its wallet in order to use the digital currency in decentralized applications (Apps).

Other features that have been coupled into the new application is an inbuilt free virtual private network (VPN) which Operaclaims can provide online privacy and security. There’s also the ability to access blockchain applications by typing their URL on the application’s address bar.

The benefits of a built in wallet

According to Charles Hamel, Opera‘s head of crypto in a blogpost on June 26, 2019, the U.S based company believes that all modern browsers should feature a crypto wallet in order to facilitate the emergence of new business models on the Web:

“Opera was the first browser to make the use of crypto on the Web seamless and easy. Following strong demand from the crypto-community, we are now making this experience available on iOS.”

He also stated that the Opera Touch web browser won Red Dot Design and Gold IF Design Awards for its user interface which provides ease of use and navigation on smartphones whose displays are large.

In related news, on May 15, 2019, Blockchain Reporterinformed of Opera’s plans to additionally introduce support for the Tron (TRX) blockchain on its Web browser.

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Opera Crypto Wallet Launched For iOS Devices

There will be provision for the user support to aide in everything from cryptocurrency wallet functionalities, to support for dApps and Web 3 browsing.

Jun 26, 2019 21:57&nbspUTC

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Jun 26, 2019 at 21:57&nbspUTC

By&nbspRishma Banerjee

The Opera Crypto Wallet has been officially launched on Apple App Store for all iOS devices. It will bring Web 3 functions to iOS users, putting it on par with its desktop and Android competiters.

It combines the Opera Crypto Wallet’s functionality with support for Ethereum decentralized apps, or Dapps. In the official blog of the company, they have sent out an invitation to users to sign up for the final release of the product.

After the successful launch of their Android Crypto Wallet, Opera had said in March that a similar product for iOS devices was also in the works. At the time, it was allowing testers to check out the product ahead of its official launch.

Just like the Android counterpart, Opera’s Crypto Wallet is fully integrated into the Opera Touch browser. There will be provision for the user support to aide in everything from cryptocurrency wallet functionalities, to support for dApps and Web 3 browsing. Introducing Web 3 functionalities to iOS browser is a huge block in Opera’s plan to increase the mainstream adoption of its blockchain-ready browser. Web 3 is an umbrella for Opera’s set of cryptocurrency and blockchain products, and it already has a built-in crypto wallet for Android which supports Ethereum and ERC tokens.

Opera’s Charles.Hamel said,

“We are happy to let you know that the award-winning Opera Touch browser for iOS now features crypto wallet integration and Web 3 support. This completes our efforts to offer Web 3-ready browsers with built-in Crypto Wallet on Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and now iOS. Opera Touch for iOS lets you seamlessly interact with the next generation of Web 3 applications on the Ethereum blockchain,”

In July 2018, the Norwegian company launched the world’s first internet browser with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet with its Android mobile application. According to its own statistics, the Opera web browser currently holds nearly four percent of the global market share with over 320 million monthly active users which is only going .to increase in the future as technology gets evolved and adapter by Apple and other giants.

Rishma Banerjee

Rishma is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and has a special place in her life for sifting through all sorts of random trivia, thank you very much.

Opera Launches Blockchain Browser for iOS

In December 2018, Opera introduced its long-awaited web-browser Reborn 3 which features an integrated cryptocurrency wallet directly within the …
Reading Time: 2minutesbyEdoardo VecchioonJune 26, 2019&nbspNews, Tech

Opera, a Norway-based software company founded in 1995, has officially launched its cryptocurrency and blockchain-ready browser Opera Touch for iOS on June 26, 2019. It contains a cryptocurrency wallet as well as a decentralized applications (dApps) explorer.

Opera Touch for iOS

In December 2018, Operaintroduced its long-awaited web-browser Reborn 3 which features an integrated cryptocurrency wallet directly within the browser for Android devices.

Following the success of the Android edition, Opera announced that they were also working on the iOS version to meet the growing demand of the Ethereum community working on iOS.

Finally, the wait is over and starting today Opera Touch for iOS provides the same Web 3.0 and cryptocurrency wallet integration as its Android and PC-based counterpart.

The iOS browser combines easy-to-use crypto wallet functionality with support for Ethereum decentralized apps (dApps) without the need of a browser add-on like Metamask.

The application is available on the app store, users can then send some ether to the Opera Touch wallet and get their hands on dApps as well as blockchain applications by simply typing their addresses directly into the URL bar. In addition, the browser allows to obscure and protect users’ personal data thanks to a built-in virtual private network (VPN).

Opera’s Strong Crypto Approach

Opera is the browser that is driving the development of third generation web application. As we can see by their announcements and moves, the Norwegian company understood that blockchain could be a key component to these next-generation applications.

In May, Opera announced its support for TRON integrating TRX tokens and other TRC-standard tokens into its native cryptocurrency wallet, giving users access to a myriad of TRON game and dApps.

But that’s not all, Opera is planning to add support for multiple blockchains within the next 12 months. Opera is the browser of choice for more than 300 million users around the world and with these strategic development decisions, Opera is a vital cog in developing future-oriented applications that can create interoperability between different blockchains.

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Opera Launches Blockchain, Cryptocurrency-Ready Browser for iOS

The company touts it now offers browsers supporting blockchain-based applications and with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet in various operating …

Opera Ltd., the company behind the Opera browser, has recently launched a new blockchain and cryptocurrency-ready browser for iOS, following the company’s addition of a built-in cryptocurrency wallet to its Android and PC browsers.

According to a press release shared with CryptoGlobe, the company’s Opera Touch browser for iOS features “crypto wallet integration and Web 3 support,” meaning users can interact with blockchain-based applications through it, as if they were using an extension like MetaMask. The company hinted at the move in March of this year.

The company touts it now offers browsers supporting blockchain-based applications and with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet in various operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS, allowing users to “seamlessly interact with the next generation of Web 3 applications.”

Currently, the browser only supports ERC-20 tokens, stablecoins, and non-fungible tokens, although the company has revealed earlier this year it’s looking to add support for TRON and multiple other blockchains within a  year.

Charles Hamel, Opera’s head of crypto, stated:

We believe that all modern browsers should integrate a crypto wallet. This will enable new business models to emerge on the web. Opera is the first browser to make using crypto on the Web seamless and easy. Following a strong demand from the crypto-community, we are now making this experience available on iOS.

In the press release the company added it believes the “web of today will be the interface to the decentralized web of tomorrow,” with cryptocurrencies being at its forefront. Along with the iOS release, the company announced it partnered with a decentralized-application (dApp) called Marble.Cards, which allows users to turn unique web pages into collectible cards on the blockchain, each being a non-fungible token.

The Opera touch browser itself has a user interface built to let users use large phone screens with ease, as it shifts the navigation towards the bottom of the screen and adds features that make it easy to share pages across devices.

Opera’s main Android browser is also its cryptocurrency-ready browser for the operating system, and it has made it easier for users to buy cryptocurrencies directly from their mobile phones.

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