Browsers are still most users’ primary interface when they interact with the internet. In most cases, however, they’re still stuck with Web 2.0 infrastructure. This has started to change thanks to recent integrations by browsers like Brave (opens new window)and Opera (opens new window) who’ve added native support for IPFS as the default protocol for decentralized storage. These developments eliminate the need for centralized gateways and pave the way for the slow but steady ongoing migration from HTTP to Web3.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.ipfs.io/weekly-169/