The reward program of the Brave Browser has been live for a few days for users who want to view ads. Users of the Brave Browser now have the option of receiving a Basic Attention Token (BAT) reward for viewing ads.
The Brave Browser is characterized by its ability to allow users to use its integrated ad blocker or display ads in return for earning rewards in the Basic Attention Token (BAT) crypto-currency. Brave launched its ad-based browser in 2016, but was struggling to compete with more popular options such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple's Safari, but has seen more and more users win in the past few months.
According to a March 8 blog post, Brave Brwoser is moving from Phase One to Phase Two. In the first phase, users received the "Test" BAT, which could not be redeemed against Bitcoin (BTC), but was donated to Content Creators and brand partners. The second phase, as described by Brave, "offers the Basic Attention token for your attention and introduces Brave's anonymous but accountable campaign reporting for brands".
With the Developer Channel Update (version 0.63.4), testers running on OS X, Linux, and Windows x64 (with 32-bit / x86 that will follow shortly) will start viewing the displayed displays on the Brave Rewards Settings Page brave: // rewards) ("ad notification received").
By the end of the first phase, over 450 ads were live and are currently in the ad catalog, available on the Brave Ads server. The company stated in its press release dated March 8:
We look forward to going through the next phase of the public preview and encourage people who want to help us find a new path to a better Internet; where people can surf the Internet, earn rewards, and help create content while preserving their privacy.
Advertisers such as BuySellAds, TAP Network, AirSwap, Fluidity and Uphold were among the early access programs.
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