The number of users of the crypto browser Brave has exceeded 20 million
Compared to the same period a year earlier, the number of users increased by 2.3 times
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Brave’s outlook looks promising
International consortium of news organizations developing transparency standards.
Brave’s monthly active users grow 230% over the past year
Crypto browser Brave, launched by Mozilla co-founder Brendan Icke, reported that monthly and daily active users exceeded 20 million and 7 million, respectively. Compared to the same period a year earlier, the figure increased by 2.3 times. Then the numbers were 8.7 million and 3 million, respectively.
Brave belongs to the Chromium-based browsers and gives its users the opportunity to earn cryptocurrency and pays for viewing ads in BAT tokens developed by Brave itself.
The browser positions itself as a fighter against the “surveillance capitalism” regime, which implies the sale of users’ personal data to third parties. Such a strategy is especially relevant now, in the wake of the discussion of the creation of digital currencies of the Central Banks of the World (CBDC), which, in fact, are another step by governments towards total control over their citizens. By the way, last month the editorial staff of BeInCrypto wrote that against the backdrop of growing espionage, the well-known cryptocurrency researcher Sylvain Saurel recommends using Bitcoin and the Brave browser, which reliably protects information from third-party intrusion..
At the same time, Brave has repeatedly managed to disappoint its users during the long journey to monetization.
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Aside from these incidents and corporate confrontations, the underlying idea of the browser receives powerful backlash, as evidenced by the fact that the company breaks its own records every month. For example, Brave has an average CTR of 9%, which is in stark contrast to the industry average of just 2%..
While Brave, which added Tor proxy support for accessing darknet sites a month ago, is still too young and small at this stage, its prospects look promising. Recall that a year ago in the Google Play store, Brave bypassed such heavyweights as Firefox and Chrome in popularity.
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