All blockchains based on the Ethereum Virtual machine (ETH) can now use Core, a Web3 browser extension. Core improves the multi-chain user experience by promoting the transition between all the main blockchains including Avalanche, Ethereum and Bitcoin.
No more need to use multiple Web3 browser extensions!
The new functionality of the Core browser extension will make it much easier to use the Web3. Indeed, Web3 users have so far been forced to use several browser extensions. It was necessary to stay active on several blockchains at once. This affected the user experience, because each extension has its own constraints in terms of performance and usability. The use of several extensions at once slows down in particular the search and access to dApps. It complicates the execution of simple tasks, which can ultimately infuriate the user.
That said, Core is a extension of free Web3 browser launched by Ava Labs there is little. Founded by Cornell computer scientists, Ava Labs facilitates the construction of dApps from the Avalanche blockchain. And Core has been designed in particular to meet the basic, but also advanced, needs of Web3 users.
Nick Musallem, product manager at Ava Labs, said: “ We don’t think it should be that difficult for people to manage their assets or switch dApps and networks on the fly. It’s time to make Web3 more accessible for those who are new to cryptocurrencies and to respect the UX standards that Web2 has taught us to expect. »
Ava Labs has added a new feature to the Web3 Core browser extension. Thanks to this function, Web3 users will have full control over all their assets and cross-chain NFT. They will be able to easily access their favorite Web3 dApps as well as projects and communities on different blockchains.
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