We all know very well that Opera has always been one of the most innovative browsers on the market and is almost always “one step ahead” of the competition. However, now according to the reports, recently, the well-known web browser Opera just launched a new version of its browser and claims that it is the world’s first anti-mining browser.
Meet The World’s First Anti-Mining Browser
Android is an operating system that allows full customization accessibility to software and apps that are used. We are not stuck with any app and we can choose which ones we want to use.
This allows us to switch Chrome from any browser, one of the best alternatives being Opera. This browser has now been revamped and gives the user a much better user experience.
As earlier, we reported that how Opera has been looking for a long time to improve its browser, in all versions and in the various supported systems. Its experience has worked a lot for users and the news is many. This time they focused on the Android version, having redesigned its entire interface, to give the user a better use and experience.
The first change is even in the Opera interface, which becomes more personal and even more user-friendly. There is an area called “For You”, which gives direct access to news and information that Opera understands to be useful to the user.
Based on Artificial Intelligence, choose the news based on the use of the browser. The more you use it, the more accurate it will be.
Opera has always been one of the most innovative browsers on the market and is almost always “one step ahead” of the competition.
Once you know that there are some sites that take advantage of users/traffic to bitcoins mining (and thus generate additional revenue), those responsible for this browser have included a feature that allows you to block scripts that do bitcoins mining.
What is Bitcoin?
We can refer in generic terms that it is a virtual currency created in 2009, based on the peer-to-peer (P2P) system. P2P is a system that does not provide for centralized authority to control currency or transactions, as with other currencies (for example, the INR. is controlled by the RBI). Instead, money creation and transfers are based on an open-source network in encrypted protocols that form the basis of Bitcoin’s security and freedom, making transactions instantaneous among users.
The invention of a mysterious computer guru, who referred to his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, this coin is created by means of a very complex mathematical formula.
The Opera browser does not require presentations! Although not the most popular in its segment, belonging to the tech giant Google’s most used web browser, of course, Google Chrome, it is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and functional, offering, for example, a free and unlimited VPN service and an enviable performance.
Now, with the release of Opera 50 Beta RC, those responsible for this project included an anti-bitcoins mining feature, which in practice blocks any scripts detected on pages for that purpose.
In addition to this feature, this beta still features support for Chromecast. The NoCoin feature can be enabled in browser settings and works in the same way as normal ad blockers.
So, what do you think about this new feature? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.
Click here to download the new Anti-Mining Opera Browser.