The Brave Browser, launched by Mozilla co-founder, Brendan Eich, has reached a new milestone of 40 million downloads on Android.
The browser, which is also closely tied to the Basic Attention Token (BAT) project, has been on a string of positive milestones in the past 12 months, showing enormous growth.
Brave Keeps On Winning
The privacy-focused browser, Brave, has just hit a major milestone, achieving 40 million users on the Android platform alone. For some perspective, the Coinbase app has 20 million downloads.
Brave is a browser that blocks ads and trackers and has been a hit with the cryptocurrency community. The project’s associated token, the Basic Attention Token (BAT), has also made headway in recent months and can be used to tip publications, users, and content creators.
In July, the browser brought the BAT token’s advertising platform to mobile devices. The Brave Ads program, which was first offered to desktop users, rewards users with the BAT token for choosing to view advertisements. This option helps to preserve users’ privacy — a point which Brave adheres to strictly. Read More...