Crypto adoption remained probably the most important goal in the crypto space these days.
It’s been said from the very beginning of 2019, that this will be the year during which we will witness the mass adoption of digital assets and there have been a lot of moves that took place in the crypto space and led the coins on the right path to make this goal a reality.
Opera web browser is showing support for crypto adoption as well with its latest move.
Users can send and receive TRX and BTC via Opera
Android users now have the opportunity of sending and receiving Bitcoin and Tron, according to the latest reports coming from the Daily Hodl.
Webpages that are on the browser can also make deals with Bitcoin, as reported by an Opera blog post.
“Until now, our built-in Crypto Wallet had only supported Ethereum and ERC-tokens. We are now making it more inclusive by supporting Bitcoin and TRON. It’s now safe to say that our browsers are Web 3 ready and that this should be the new standard for all browsers.”
It’s also worth noting that Opera launched support for Ethereum and all ERC20 tokens last year.
Speaking of Tron, Justin Sun has been gearing up for the upcoming lunch with Warren Buffet.
Justin Sun invited President Donald Trump to lunch with Warren Buffet
Donald Trump has recently offered people his opinion on crypto and Facebook’s Libra and he’s definitely not a supporter.
“Facebook Libra’s “virtual currency” will have little standing or dependability. If Facebook and other companies want to become a bank, they must seek a new Banking Charter and become subject to all Banking Regulations,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Justin Sun wants to convince Trump that he’s not right and he invited him to the famous lunch with Warren Buffet.
Mr. President, you are misled by fake news. #Bitcoin & #Blockchain happens to be the best chance for US! I'd love to invite you to have lunch with crypto leaders along with @WarrenBuffett on July 25. I guarantee you after this lunch, nobody will know crypto more than you!
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 12, 2019