One of the top internet browser today has announced that it will be integrating digital currency purchasing directly into is crypto-wallet. The ever popular Opera browser has teamed up with the Wyre payment company to allow for the aforementioned transactions to be made in one of the top digital coins market in the world, the United States.
Users based in the US will have the opportunity for risk free purchases of Bitcoin and Ethereum directly from a built in Opera digital currency wallet.
Opera recently detailed that Android operational system users will be able to purchase crypto via debit cards, while iOS customers will be allowed to buy e-coins using Apple Pay, on top of debit cards.
However. with this risk free opportunity comes a price to pay. The maximum amount of purchasable crypto has been capped at $250, while charging a $0.30 and 2.9% commission per bargain.
Event though this is fresh news for US consumers, Opera had already introduced this system to its Scandinavian users almost a year ago. Seeing as this feature is expanding to a wider market audience, we expect that it will soon reach most of the top financial centers of the world.