According to online sources, Microsoft is working on integrating the Ethereum cryptocurrency wallet into its Edge browser. One of the first to noticed Twitter user Albacore.
He posted several screenshots on his account and suggested that Microsoft plans to add the ability to send and receive cryptocurrency, as well as non-fungible NFT tokens, to its browser. Public keys can be shared with other users to receive payments, while private keys can be used to confirm transactions. According to reports, the new feature is currently available to a limited number of Insiders who receive beta builds of Edge in the Dev (Early Access) channel.
Employees of the Bleeping Computer portal were able to test the new feature by registering to test it. During the registration process, they were asked to come up with a password to protect the crypto wallet, as well as a 12-word phrase in case the password was recovered. After registration was completed, the wallet generated a unique identifier that allows you to receive funds through the Ethereum network.
The cryptocurrency wallet supports multiple Ethereum accounts, allowing you to switch between them if necessary. Implemented the ability to connect to decentralized applications dApps and a news section that will help you stay up to date with the latest events in the cryptocurrency market.
It is also known that Microsoft is partnering with Consensys to offer users the ability to exchange cryptocurrencies between Ethereum, Dai Stablecoin, Uniswap, USD Coin and Tether Coin. Enthusiasts have found evidence in the Edge beta code that a bitcoin wallet may appear in the browser in the future.
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