Web 3.0 Browsers

Web 3.0, also stylized as Web3, is a concept of a new version of the World Wide Web which is decentralized with more data-privacy and most importantly not run by handful of companies wherein users' personal data are being used by big tech firms. Thus, Web3 is more of Web 2.0 + Blockchain technology, so as to make internet decentralized which is focused more towards users' data-privacy.

In Web3, users can create their own platforms, profit from them, and at the same time reclaim their data. Conceptually, Web3 is a group of tools & technologies including DeFi, DeX, MetaVerse and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT), among others.

Last year, we published a list of seven new-age browsers, that put autonomy of online data back into hands of its users.

This time, we're listing Web 3.0 Browsers. Web3 browsers are those browsers that are required to interact/access applications -- DApps (Decentralized Apps) -- built on the Blockchain, while respecting data-privacy. To use general available web-browsers like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to access Web3, a browser extension Metamask can be used which allows users to access Ethereum wallet as well as to interact with DApps.

1. Brave


Features -

  • Legacy Crypto Wallet
  • Free Video-Conferencing with "Brave Talk"
  • Anonymized network routing (Tor mode)


Besides supporting web3 DApps, Brave has inbuilt wallet which is CoinGecko sourced and supports for multiple coins as well as NFT. Additionally, if you already have assets in other wallets, such as Metamask Ledger or Trezor. In that case, you can import them to Brave Wallet.

Brave browser, which automatically blocks online advertisements and website trackers in its default settings, also provides users the choice to turn on optional ads that pay users for their attention in the form of Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) cryptocurrency.

2. Opera Crypto Browser

Opera Crypto Browser

Features -

  • Latest news, podcasts, airdrops 
  • Native non-custodial crypto wallet
  • No-log browser VPN, native ad-blocker and tracker blocker
  • Access to Web3 websites and dApps – directly from the browser’s address bar

Opera is a popular web browser with the start of internet era, and it recently added Web 3.0 support along with a VPN, multi-network crypto wallet, and dApp support.

Opera Crypto Browser (currently in beta) provides crypto enthusiasts and the crypto-savvy with a smooth and comfortable Web3 experience. 

With Web3-focused features, Opera Crypto Browser unifies browsing the web with accessing DApps and metaverse platforms by partnering with key ecosystems and blockchains, including Polygon, Solana, Unstoppable Domains, Handshake and ENS

3. Osiris


Features -
  • Access to dApp marketplace
  • Blockchain Games
  • Eliminates needless data charges incurred by ads.
  • Anonymous browsing 
Osiris is a blockchain-based web browser and claims to be 3-7 times faster than traditional web browsers with its hyper-speed browsing feature.

Osiris Browser supports dAppstore, a dApp marketplace for decentralized applications. dApps is a blockchain platform that is quickly growing into the global market, especially with the rising popularity of De-Fi and NFT.

Through a close partnership with dAppstore, Osiris Browser supports De-Fi, NFTs, and blockchain games.

4. PUMA 

Features -

  • Built-In Payments for creators, app & game developers via Coil and Interledger Protocol
  • Access to Blockchain-based P2P networks - HNS & ENS
  • Private Browsing
  • Ecosia search, that plant trees while you search the web.

Puma is a is a privacy-focused mobile browser and wallet for the Web3 ecosystem. Puma browser allows access to new Coil premium content network, a new way to support creators directly via Web Monetization standard.

Coil is based on the ideology of web monetization without relying on advertising, site-by-site subscriptions or losing data-privacy. With Coil, you pay the creator/publisher of the content you consume. Coil presents it in a subscription-based model. You pay 5 dollars per month, and you can access the content that is locked behind a paywall for free.

5. Beaker 

Features -

  • Create a P2P site
  • Make Websites from inside the browser 
  • Share Websites without setting up servers
Beaker is a new browser that lets you create and host websites from within the browser itself. It comes with its built-in website editor with various tools and APIs. Beaker uses a new peer-to-peer network called Hypercore Protocol. Other Beaker users can visit these Websites with no servers required.

Beaker is great for classrooms and offices where you need an easy way to share Websites without setting up servers or touching the command-line.
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