- No platform usage fees in Opera to explore the NFT market.
- Even users who have no prior knowledge of Web3 can use the NFT minting tool.
Opera Crypto Browser, the world’s first multi-platform Web3 browser, revealed that it has teamed up with Alteon LaunchPad to make it simple for newbies to the Web3 or NFT arena to mint NFTs. Users will have access to a feature that allows them to drop media files in the browser, then converts the files into non-fungible tokens (NFTs) by drafting a smart contract and uploading them to a blockchain.
In January, Opera released the beta version of the web3 browser called ‘Opera Crypto Browser’ to facilitate users to access decentralized applications (DApps), games, and metaverse marketplaces. The project was able to be accessed by users of Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone, and iPad.
Easy Way to Mint NFT
Alteon LaunchPad follows the launch of Opera’s DegenKnows, a new NFT analytics, tracking, and exploration tool with on- and off-chain data. Users will find it simpler to explore, track and validate digital collectibles.
Opera’s crypto ecosystem lead Susie Batt said;
Now, our users will be able to create NFTs instantly and simply with no platform usage fees, encouraging more people to explore the burgeoning NFT industry.
Further, soon Opera would enable millions of users to access the blockchain to create NFTs. The team expects that users who have no prior knowledge of Web3 will be able to use the NFT minting tool to access the Web3 space. This implies that NFTs will be simpler to create by individuals from various backgrounds. Moreover, Alteon, a cloud-based ecosystem previously, had partnerships with top creative tech firms like Apple and Adobe to improve creative operations.