Brave Software announced the official launch of its popular privacy-centric web browser, Brave.
Brave is an open-source web browser with a built-in ad-blocker, tracking, and security protection. It anonymously monitors user attention, then rewards publishers accordingly with Basic Attention Tokens via the integrated Brave Rewards program
In a blog post, Brave Software revealed that the official version of its web browser is live. Brave browser is now available for download for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS, which widening its accessibility to millions of users.
The move to finally launch the stable version of Brave comes after the success that its beta version had over the last three years. Brave’s rise in popularity can also be perceived in its native cryptocurrency, Basic Attention Token. Since late September, BAT’s has gone up from a low of $0.15 to a high of $0.27, representing an 84.5 percent increase
Based on the success that Brave browser had this year, it seems like the launch of its stable version could set the stage for a great 2020. The recent partnership with Everipedia opens a whole new range of opportunities.
Brave’s native token, Basic Attention Token (BAT), might be closely following the trail of Brave browser.