Opera Reborn introduced some confusion among browsers, showing, among other things, how you can conveniently use instant messaging without interrupting your work. Combining this with a dark theme, sending links to the phone, blocking advertisements and a vertical bar with the abbreviations Opera Reborn set an interesting direction of browser development.
Opera Reborn is to give us control over internet life. The average internet user spends more than 6 hours a day with the browser, and the more time we are online, the more threats we face. Opera Reborn is to change this and improve the quality of our online lives. Two years after the premiere of Opera Reborn, we can use Reborn 3 (or Opera 60), additionally equipped with a free VPN and a cryptocurrency wallet, with new security options and privacy protection.
Free VPN is not irrelevant here. Opera provides users with the ability to hide their traffic in an encrypted “tunnel”. This is especially useful if we use unsecured WiFi networks. VPN Servers do not store user activity logs, so it is not possible for someone to get information about our activity on the network.
It is the cryptocurrency wallet that makes Opera Reborn 3 promoted as ready for browsing Web 3.0. A spectacular announcement involves using a blockchain to conduct transactions on the Internet and verify the accuracy of information. Blockchain will also help you to log into pages without sharing your personal information too much. However, this is a great simplification of how we imagine the future of the Internet.
The cryptocurrency wallet in the Opera for computers synchronizes with the portfolio in the Opera on Android. So we have constant control over the keys to your wallet that never leave your smartphone. In practice, it looks like if we need to be identified on the Web 3.0 website or transaction authorization, we will get a notification on the smartphone. This is another reason to use Opera on both devices, although of course this is not required. To confirm the transaction, all you need is a fingerprint or positive face identification.