Brave Web Browser Explained

Brave and BAT

Brave is a web browser founded by the inventor of Javascript and co-founder of Mozilla. Its related cryptocurrency token is BAT. It is a security and privacy first browser that comes with native ad blockers for a quick clean experience.

One thing brave is good for is keeping around as a clean browser for when you need to access metamask or an exchange. So you might do your casual web browsing on Safari, use Chrome for work, and then use Brave for crypto (or maybe you throw FireFox or Opera in there).

Not saying you can’t use any of those for any of those browsers for any purpose, just giving a list of popular and usable browsers and offering them as an example of how “yet another web browser” fits in the mix.

In simple terms, because it is a browser with a crypto and an crypto ethos, it makes sense as a browser for people into crypto.

On the same token, BAT the related… token… is potentially a good fit for crypto portfolios.

Not only is this a Coinbase hopeful, but it is a cool Ethereum-based project that is meant to be used in digital advertising.

I have a bias towards Brave and BAT because it mashes up everything I do for a living (publish content online about crypto and rely on ad revenue), but my bias aside I would still suggest Brave and BAT are worth having on your radar.

Author: Thomas DeMichele

Thomas DeMichele has been working in the cryptocurrency information space since 2015 when was created. He has contributed to MakerDAO, Alpha Bot (the number one crypto bot on Discord),...