Brave CEO believes that integration will help to reach "another key group that is seeking fast and friendly ways to use their crypto on the go."
Brave, a free, privacy-focused and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, has added support for Solana dApps on iOS and Android mobile versions.
According to the announcement shared on Brave’s website, with the new integration, users will be able to “seamlessly connect to Solana dApps without leaving the security of the browser.”
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The privacy-focused browser has also shared the news with its 255,000 followers on Twitter. In the Twitter thread, Brave noted that from now on, users will be able to interact with Solana dApps, such as NFT marketplace Magic Eden and crypto exchanges Orca and Jupiter Exchange.
When talking about the integration, Brave co-founder and CEO Brendan Eich noted:
Brave is increasingly the browser of choice for the Web3 world, and with the addition of Solana DApp support on mobile, we’re expanding that reach to another key group that is seeking fast and friendly ways to use their crypto on the go.
On top of that, in the announcement, Brave emphasized that with this partnering, the browser hopes to make Web3 available to more users around the globe.
It is worth noting that Solana Labs and Brave first joined forces in November 2021. At that time, Brave CEO believed that integration would provide a seamless way for crypto users to access various applications and tokens.
In the newest announcement, Solana Foundation Head of Partnerships Amelia Daly noted that advances in UX and mobile are one of the most crucial steps in helping companies onboard new users. Daly added:
User experience can be very fragmented in crypto. The Brave DApp integration is important because it allows for seamless browser-based connections to your favorite Solana programs and it is optimized for mobile.
Brave is not the only browser working on crypto integrations. Over a year ago, Opera launched the first version of its “Crypto Browser” with a built-in crypto wallet.