The New Internet Starts with Brave Browser
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It Powers the Internet In the Way It Should Be Powered: By the People, Not the Advertisers I might be biased here because my personal project, Worthyt, started off trying to provide the same value as what the Brave Browser does: allow the Internet user to support content creators all over the Internet through tipping. Since that time, Worthyt has changed into a platform where content creators can field and answer questions from their audience to earn money from them. The pivot was sparked through the same goal: users, rather than advertisers, supporting content creators.

The way Brave accomplishes this is by allowing its users to tip content creators in its native cryptocurrency, Basic Attention Token (BAT). Because a wallet is built into the browser that can store BAT locally, a user doesn’t have to open his or her wallet each time to make a microtransaction; instead, can be done directly on the page you’re visiting, and you can tip by clicking the triangle next to the lion in the browser. By watching ads, users can earn BAT, which can then be used to support content creators or just to withdraw for fiat or other cryptocurrencies.

Websites that want to earn more BAT can separate their content into multiple pages, which means more clicks and page loads for the user, but also more potential tips for the website. Tips Tips are more active than Auto-Contribute, as it requires you to remember to send BAT to the creator. Currently, content creators can only connect and start receiving Brave’s cryptocurrency, BAT, if they are YouTubers, Twitch Streamers, or own their personal blogs. Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full

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