PRESS. Aloha Browser paves the way for a decentralized website with the recent integration of Handshake (HNS). Now websites with HNS names are automatically resolved within the Aloha Browser without further configuration.
Aloha has always focused on privacy and security for its users and is now at the forefront of having a revolutionary browser for Web3. There are currently over 28 million monthly active users in Aloha’s mobile apps for Android and iOS. With this release, Aloha desktop browser is now available as well.
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Aloha Browser has several of the first of its kind Web3 features, making it a must-have for Web3 enthusiasts. While Web3 is versatile from DeFi to NFTs, having a Web3-enabled browser at the center is just as important as the browser was for the Web2 user experience.
Handshake aims to be the basis of the network by decentralizing the DNS root zone and replacing the need for centralized Certificate Authorities (CAs) with DNS-based Name Entity Authentication (DANE). Of all the decentralized name services, only Handshake is focused on this ambitious venture.
More than 4 million HNS names exist, which is more than all other decentralized name services combined (ENS, Unstoppable Domains, etc.). While using HNS names as a website is a critical use case, users can also use HNS names for secure login, universal username, and wallet address.
Having a similar ethos to Bitcoin, Handshake has no company or foundation. The Aloha Browser HNS integration took place through a partnership with Hey tx, the custodian of the .tx blockchain domain that is enabled by Handshake. Nole Oppermann, Founder of Hey tx, said, “Because Handshake is at the heart of the decentralized website, Aloha integration is a great step towards major adoption; this now makes Aloha Browser the largest browser to natively support HNS to date. . “
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