Brave Browser CEO Confirms The Integration Of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) In Version 0.68
If you were wondering why Bitcoin Cash (BCH) gained 11% this Saturday, we have the answer for you. BCH gained positive sentiments from its sudden and unexpected addition to the Brave Browser. Following the request to Basic Attention Token (BAT) and Brave co-founder Brendan Eich, Bitcoin Cash was added to the browser in no time.
Brave CEO Brendon Eich confirms:
— BrendanEich (@BrendanEich) June 22, 2019
Notably, Twitter user @DavidShares lamented about the fact that upon testing out the Brave Browser, he couldn’t fund it with BCH. Brave Browser acted within 8 hours and integrated BCH.
The open sourced browser is privacy oriented and blocks all ads and tracking technology. Their servers don’t see or store your browsing data, and you can customize your privacy settings browser. They also let you see how many ads and trackers are being blocked on a daily basis, which is a revolutionary feature. Even if you’re alright with advertising it’s refreshing to know when, how, and where you’re being marketed to. Plugins, which have proven to be a security risk, are also disabled by default.
Eich had earlier said:
“With Brave Ads, we are launching a digital ad platform that is the first to protect users’ data rights and to reward them for their attention. Privacy by design and no tracking are integral to our mission to fix the Web and its funding model.”
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