Opera has been completely integrated. Unstoppable Domains offers crypto domain names for browsing on every device, including iOS, Android, Linux, Mac, and Windows.
The web browser that is crypto-friendly Unstoppable Domains, a blockchain firm backed by high-profile Bitcoin (BTC) advocate Tim Draper, is expanding the integration of decentralized web pages provided by Unstoppable Domains.
Opera announced on Wednesday that users of the browser on any device — iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, or Linux — will now be able to use Unstoppable Domains’.crypto domain names natively.
The change gives all of Opera’s approximate 320 million monthly active users access to decentralized websites. It distinguishes Opera from other popular web browsers by promoting a domain name system that isn’t part of the dominant Domain Name Service.
The crypto domain names are issued as non-fungible Ethereum tokens, giving their holders complete control and possession of their pages. While more coveted addresses such as win crypto, gambling crypto, and hotels crypto were sold for $100,000 each in March of this year, the crypto names usually sell as NFTs for as little as $40.
Access to crypto sites is as simple as accessing a com address, thanks to the native integration. An additional benefit for Opera users who are using the decentralized web is that Crypto domains could be used to transfer unauthorized access and exchanges instead of the tedious alphabetic blockchain addresses.
Users can also access .crypto sites from a decentralized network of computers rather than a cloud provider or server, thanks to Opera’s support for IPFS. InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol for exchanging and storing data in a distributed file system.
While decentralized network infrastructure helps publishers and posters of web domain names avoid censorship, Opera has previously stated that even for crypto sites, VPNs could be expected to get around externally imposed restrictions.