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Tron Will be joining Opera’s In-Browser wallet

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The browser has announced that it will soon include Tron tokens (TRX) to its crypto wallet, providing a new savings space to this cryptocurrency.

Opera’s In-Browser wallet will be another option to safely store Tron tokens, with a large number of users waiting for integration, since it is estimated that at least 300 million hodlers would be depositing their savings in TRX.
Opera not only will offer a savings space to Tron, it will also be offering decentralized applications and games without requiring any type of special permits.

The navigator directive affirms that we can currently find more than 400 decentralized applications with inceibles particularities based on the Tron blockchain, although the story does not end here; Opera says it will be planning to support new uses for blockchain in the next 12 hours.

In general terms, this wallet belonging to Opera accepts tokens belonging to the ERC-20 network and Ethereum. Originally this service was presented in winter of last year, although at that time, said wallet was only maintained exclusively for the Android’s web browser. It is expected that this platform will continue to include cryptocurrencies to its credit.

Opera has not lost much time in recent years, even last year announced the launch of the browser for the operating systems of MacOS, Linux and Windows. Although there is also a version of this wallet for iOS devices, it is in a trial period, so Apple users who are fans of this browser are impatient about the possibility of using Opera from their cell phone.

The wallet belonging to Opera’s browser recently allowed the purchase of Ethereu tokens (ETH) through a collaboration with Safello, the Bitcoin exchange mainly for European traders.

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Mozilla Firefox automatically blocks unauthorized cryptocurrency mining scripts

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The Mozilla Firefox browser has established a new configuration to avoid scripts to mine digital assets without our authorization on websites.

Frequently, hackers that handle or reside certain websites related to crypto steal the processing power of our computers for personal gain, draining the energy of our equipment and browsing speed, for this reason, Mozilla has established a complete menu to configure the accessibility of third-party trackers

This new configuration is accompanied by new options to limit the use of cookies and strengthen the privacy and security of our browser when entering different websites. GPU powers stealers not only could enter some type of malware into our system, but also raise the expenses of our electric bills. In this regard, Mozilla stated:

“These scripts can slow down your computer, besides from draining your battery and racking up your electric bill.”

Recently, Mozilla has partnered with the cybersecurity company “Disconnect”, which has collaborated with the browser to launch new updates, giving rise to this new option to block cryptocurrency mining scripts without the user’s consent.

The first announcement of this feature was made by Mozilla in the summer of last year, exposing the need for users to protect their computers from security breaches and energy resources in different Internet networks, so it would be appropriate to launch new updates that could protect the experience of Internet users.

Opera browser has also offered protection to its users by limiting access to mining features in its mobile version, while the giant Google Chrome has simply blocked miners from its extensions without further due. These actions show the effort that is being applied by browsers to protect the equipment of its users from intruders who seek personal gain by taking advantage of third-party resources.

Today the illegal mining of cryptocurrencies has become very popular, especially due to the recent movement of the market, increasing the desire to acquire tokens. These hackers emit a code captured by third-party computers or simply placing them on websites of interest to the user to periodically drain the processing power.

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Low-priced Galaxy phones will now have blockchain features

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Now the benefits of blockchain technology are not only available in the latest devices in the Galaxy range, as Samsung will now allow cheaper equipment to have uses for cryptocurrencies and solutions based on this network.

The electronic equipment company told Business Korea that it would include budget devices in the launch of its own wallet application, in order to deliver the service to those who are not in the current disposition to acquire the latest Galaxy smartphones in the market. Samsung also stated that it would be working to expand crypto applications to other jurisdictions.

Samsung’s senior managing director of production strategy, Chae Won-cheol expressed his willingness to extend the reach of the company to as many users as possible.

In words of Mr. Won-Cheol:

“We have to lower barriers to new experiences by gradually expanding the number of Galaxy models supporting blockchain functions. We also intend to expand our service target countries after Korea, the United States and Canada. “

Samsung’s latest generation devices, such as the Galaxy S10 have the Samsung Blockchain Wallet, as well as decentralized applications and digital signing, which will now also be available in Play Store for the most affordable phones.

Samsung has been leaning more towards the Blockchain technology in recent years, so it is safe to say that we are facing the rise of new uses related to this technology for the brand new equipment in the market. Crypto enthusiasts will get efficient alternatives in the new devices of the Samsung range to carry out their transactions and save their funds in cryptocurrencies.

SK Telecom and KT Corporation firms are in plans with to collaborate with Samsung for launching new identification tools based on blockchain technology, as well as other initiatives that will be announced later this year.
Samsung has announced the possibility of creating a “Samsung Coin” after analyzing the results of the launch of its own blockchain network based on Ethereum, as well as having invested $ 3 million in the “Ledger” cryptocurrency initiative.

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Bitcoin Lightning is now available for Apple Watch users

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Apple Watch users will be able to send and receive payments without waiting for block confirmation times through Bitcoin’s Lightning.

Lightning wallet for iOS and Android “Bluewallet” has recently launched a new app for Apple Watch through which users will send and receive Bitcoin payments. The device will function as a QR code generator that can be scanned to send the funds.

Weeks ago, Bluewallet announced for the first time in its Twitter account the launch of this application to facilitate transactions and it’s currently available for download. Now users can make their payments at any time, while doing totally different activities.

Beyond simply sending payments from your watch in record time, the application has a variety of features that include the ability to handle multiple wallets and handle more than 20 languages, which will allow users to operate with this payment system anywhere in the world. Product and UX engineer Nuno Coelho said that this launching was experimental, so the Apple Watch adaptation in crypto is a bit direct, although more features will be added to the interface to offer a better financial experience to the user.

Coelho said:

“It’s about a small experiment we’re doing to put wallets on the watch. The first releases will be simple and will allow you to receive lightning payments. “

It is a fact that people prefer to manage their transactions (especially in crypto) from their smartphones and computers, however, the Apple Watch serves to monitor health signs and sports activities. This creates a totally innovative space and could lead to the inclusion of even more users to Blockchain.

Coelho also pointed out the importance of quickly accessing transactions for some users, as well as the possible discomfort many people may feel to remove their smartphones for personal reasons or social insecurity.

It is a very early stage for the industry still, so you need to proceed with care to carry out certain projects successfully. If successful, the Bluewallet team would be willing to spend more time developing new capabilities for its use.

Increase user confidence is a very important factor for Bluewallet, so there are plans to take center stage in the new programs that will come and stop being a third-party service.

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