Ontology Network, Opera browser to partner in DeFi, dApps field
Mon, 01 Jul 2019, 08:24 am UTC
Public blockchain project Ontology Network announced its partnership with Opera browser in decentralized finance (DeFi) and decentralized applications (dApps) sectors.
Founded in 1995, Opera is the first web browser with Web3 support and built-in crypto wallet. It supports Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and Linux and has around 320 million users across the globe.
We are pleased to announce our cooperation with Opera Browser @opera in DeFi & dApp field. Upon this cooperation, Opera intends to introduce public chain technology to its browser, which will bring more active ONT ID users to Ontology blockchain. $ONT $ONG #sharding #crosschain pic.twitter.com/hwiLUt34bS— Ontology (@OntologyNetwork) June 30, 2019
Both parties aim to connect all businesses by introducing public blockchain technology to the Opera browser.
Opera @opera , founded in 1995 in Norway, is the first browser with Web3 support and built-in Crypto Wallet, and with 320 million Opera users worldwide. Ontology will work jointly with Opera to build a bridge that helps connect all real businesses. #sharding #crosschain $ONT $ONG https://t.co/b9q2uEKlx2— Ontology (@OntologyNetwork) June 30, 2019
This news follows after the Norway-based internet browser firm recently launched the iOS version of its blocckhain-ready Opera Touch browser, which supports the ethereum protocol, ethereum Web3 application programming interface (API), ethereum-based dApps, and all ERC-20 tokens, stablecoins, and nonfungible tokens.
On June 30, Ontology celebrated the first anniversary of its mainnet launch. In an online post on Medium, it said:
"During the two-year research and development, one-year steady MainNet operation and continuous technology development, we have already established a basic trust collaboration platform and achieved the first step of our vision: Ready for all businesses.
“We will continue to adhere to the real business strategy, taking every step in a solid manner, break the game with technology. We look forward to seeing more changes happen."
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