Brave, an open source web surfing browser popular for blocking advertisements and website trackers, became the center of discussion for crypto-enthusiasts again, after many users reported that they could not fill up their wallets using Bitcoin Cash, while surfing on Brave browser.
Many big names are reportedly launching their own cryptos soon, and a majority of them have integrated their services over blockchain, making it crucial for the browsing service to launch unique and fresher versions. Brave had already taken an innovative step by becoming the first default browser to be installed over the first native blockchain phone.
With new developments to match the market’s latest trends around the corner, the San Francisco-based internet browser will be launching version 0.68 soon and will kick-start paying its users in Basic Attention Token [BAT] to watch advertisements.
According to trusted market sources, Bitcoin Cash [BCH], the fifth largest digital asset in terms of market cap, was one of the top picks for crypto-fans to fund their wallets with, while browsing services. In the case of Brave Browser, many users wish that BCH must be allowed to be added to their wallets for funding, as per their convenience and preference.