Opera Browser partners with DappRadar (RADAR) cryptanalytic platform

Vladislav Sopov

Legendary browser Opera will release information on decentralized applications (dApps) by leading analytics platform DappRadar

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  • Opera signs a partnership with the DappRadar platform (RADAR)
  • 12,000 dApps, over 40 blockchains now visible to Opera browser users

Opera becomes the first cross-platform browser to integrate a crypto tracking dashboard by leading EU-based analytics service DappRadar (RADAR).

Opera signs a partnership with the DappRadar platform (RADAR)

According to the official announcement shared by the DappRadar (RADAR) team, it has signed a long-term strategic partnership with Opera Crypto Browser.

With this integration, Opera browser users can seamlessly track the stats of their favorite decentralized apps. Mobile and desktop users can explore dApps segment opportunities with DappRadar’s Opera module without closing the browser.

Opera Crypto Browser receives crucial data in a fully automated way: DappRadar sends it through its proprietary API design.

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DappRadar CEO Skirmantas Januskas emphasized that this partnership is critically important for the next generation of dApp developers and cryptocurrency users:

Over the past few years, the number of Web3 decentralized applications (dapps) has exploded in number, with the dapp industry reaching a tipping point with millions of engaged users. I see our partnership with Opera, with its growing base of hundreds of millions of monthly users, as the beginning of a new era of dapp innovation and adoption.

12,000 dApps, over 40 blockchains now visible to Opera browser users

Along with other sensitive metrics, Opera browser visitors can track valuable information including top dApps in each category by users in the last 24 hours, trending dApps, top dApps by TVL, and more.

This integration advances Opera’s cryptocurrency toolkit, which already includes the latest Web3 news, upcoming airdrops calendar, industry events calendar, crypto community alerts, content module educational, podcasts and videos.

As of the fourth quarter of 2022, the Opera browser is streaming information about over 12,000 decentralized applications across the majority of smart contract platforms globally.