Brave is revolutionizing the online advertising industry with the use of its native cryptocurrency, the Basic Attention Token (BAT). The company has had an incredible year, adding several new features that complement the increasing number of Brave users and content creators.
While the movement started with smaller websites focused on content creation, it quickly spread to some of the most-visited and most-prominent websites on the internet. According to BATGrowth, the latest major website to become a Brave Verified publisher is Wikipedia.
Wikipedia is by far the most popular website to become a Brave publisher. With an Alexa rank of 7, it is unrivaled among Brave’s verified publishers. For reference, Google and YouTube are 1st and 2nd, respectively.
Among Brave’s verified publishers, Wikipedia is followed closely by adult website Xhamster, video sharing platforms Aparat and Vimeo, as well as The Guardian, a British daily newspaper, which hold Alexa ranks of 58, 94, 127, and 136, respectively.