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ALOHA BROWSER TURNS TO WEB 3.0 WITH INTEGRATED CRYPTO WALLET

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London 25th July – Web 3.0 has arrived, and Aloha is taking the necessary steps forward in order to ease access to decentralised applications. The privacy browser has recently integrated a crypto wallet to provide the user with a more accessible and simpler way to experience Web 3.0.

Aloha’s newest addition of the crypto wallet provides an easier and simpler way to buy and manage their crypto purchases directly. Wallet Keys are encrypted and stored on the device for all users to access. The free and easy access wallet supports ETH and EVM-compatible chains, like Polygon and BNB chain, with many more chains to come soon. The wallet provides no additional fees for users, only network fees where applicable.

Since the beginning, Aloha have stayed consistent in keeping their service updated to attain the appropriate needs of their millions of users around the world. Aloha is aware that decentralisation plays an important factor in their user’s everyday lives and continue to make innovative steps forward to make their applications as simple and accessible as possible. Aloha already supports all major decentralisation domains like, ENS, Handshake, and Unstoppable Domains. Providing over 700,000 registered blockchain domain names and allowing their user to have full control and ownership of their content.

The current mobile web3 browsers are considerably known for its basic and lack of functionality and privacy protection. Alternatively, Aloha Browser is a full featured browser which supports web 3.0 and holds built in VPN. Millions of people choose Aloha for its clean interface and free, easy-to-use features. Aloha’s free service provides an unlimited VPN with military grade encryption, data compression and no logs – making a safer and more secure browsing experience simple for all to use.

Web 3.0 is developing quickly and gaining prominence. As part of its mission to make secure browsing experiences available to all, Aloha continues to structure its app with latest offerings in order make it user-friendly and up to date within Web 3.0. The wallet key is yet another step forward to make life easier for its users. Wallet is available now on iOS and iPad, Android, Windows and macOS will follow shortly.

Andrew Frost, CEO of Aloha says:

“Aloha sees a great potential in web3 technologies even if they are at a very early stage right now, more and more users prefer decentralized apps to regular ones because of flexibility they offer. With this update, we allow users without technical knowledge to discover all power of dapps right into their favourite browser.”

 

 

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