Opera launches MiniPay, a blockchain-based wallet built on the Celo blockchain.
Oslo, Norway, July 7, 2022 – Opera, the company behind the eponymous multi-platform web browser, today announced the expansion of its built in browser cashback service, Dify, to Germany. Opera is the first to provide German users with an integrated, seamless, non-intrusive cashback experience inside their browser. With the summer vacations around the corner and […]
Paris and Oslo – Antelop announces its strategic partnership with Opera to provide its new European fintech Dify with a full digital card experience. Based in Oslo, Norway, Opera is one of the world’s leading internet browser providers, with 380 million monthly active users worldwide. In February 2021, Opera launched its new European Fintech, Dify. […]
Opera Limited (NASDAQ: OPRA), one of the world’s major browser providers with 380 million monthly active users globally, today announced it has hired PayPal veteran Allen Hu to become new Executive Vice President (EVP) of Dify, Opera’s fintech arm. An expert in financial technology and payments, Allen Hu will lead the Dify business. He brings a wealth of experience from nearly ten years at PayPal, where he was Regional Head of Global Core Payments, based in California. This news follows the recent launch of Dify in Europe.
Opera [NASDAQ: OPRA] is joining the Emerging Payments Association EU, a membership association of major companies working within the payments industry, marking a further step by Opera to grow its operations within the European fintech space.
Opera is soon to launch its first consumer fintech offering for a European market. Through Fjord Bank, Opera will further accelerate its fintech operations in Europe. Opera Limited (Nasdaq: OPRA) (“Opera”) is one of the world’s leading browser providers with more than 360 million users, and new offerings across content, classifieds and fintech. Today, Opera, headquartered […]
Today, the Norwegian headquartered company announced completion of the acquisition of the Estonian-based company Pocosys, as well as an agreement to further take over Pocopay, its sister company, which holds a payment institution license and provides financial services in the European Union. With these acquisitions, Tallinn will become Opera’s second European hub for fintech services, following Gothenburg, Sweden.