Brave Browser which is the decentralized web browser has finally released its pay-to-surf’ model helping web users to gain money along with advertisers potentially.
Brave pays users in their native token Basic Attention Tokens (BAT), which as of now has no method of withdrawal. However, these BAT tokens are in turn used by Brave user’s to incentivize their favorite websites who are in the Brave ecosystem.
Brendan Eich replied to CNET’s writer Stephen Shankland’s tweet about an interview with him about Brave’s phenomenal web move.
The idea is for users to get the big revenue share and give back to their top sites and creators, which is what happens by default. Not to make a living, rather to put you in charge of how the Web, starting with your slice of it, is funded.
— BrendanEich (@BrendanEich) January 15, 2019
As seen above, it clearly states that BAT tokens will help create a new culture in web culture.
Currently, 70% of the revenue from advertisements will be given back to users, while 30% will be used to help Brave further the development of their browser which represents the web 3.0. The advertisements, however, are limited to 20 advertisements a day.
The feature called ‘Brave Rewards’ has been rolled out for Brave’s developer channel. Hence testers and developers have the ability to gain BAT through ads while it will be available to users in the coming weeks.
Users can earn a mere $60 to $70 but is seen to pay better in the future. In 2020 they could earn $224 through Brave’s ecosystem.
The Brave browser goes against the motive of browsing being a waste of time. Brave is a web browser developed by Brendan Eich and Brian Bondy. Brendan Eich is known to be the brains behind the powerful browser Mozilla.
It is bound to revolutionize the web browsing experience, from anti advertisements to pro advertisements.
Learn more about the Brave browsing experience through our latest Brave Browser Review.
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