DuckDuckGo Gives Shout Out to Brave Blockchain Web Browser and Its Privacy Features
DuckDuckGo, a privacy-centric internet search engine, on the 25th of May via Twitter promoted the crypto-back Brave web browser, to its over 800,000 followers.
In the tweet, they outlined the privacy features of the Brave web browser and encouraged its followers to use Brave instead of the Chrome browser.
“”You don’t need to be a nerd or have unlimited free time to make some of the simplest changes that will greatly protect your private data.”
• @brave browsing
• @signalapp messaging
• @DuckDuckGo search
• 126.96.36.199 DNS”
Fast Company Publication
Asides from the recommendation of the privacy-centric Brave web browser to its followers, they also shared a publication by Fast Company about taking control of your online privacy.
According to the publication, the first step in taking control of your privacy online is by using a browser like Brave, which is privacy-centric. The article also stated that the Chrome browser is generally the ‘people's choice' because of its speed and UX, but also stated that the Google Chrome browser gathers a whole lot of useful information and online history.
They recommended that their viewers should use the Brave web browser instead of the Chrome browser as it is very similar to the Chrome browser in all aspects apart from the additional privacy features of Brave.
“If you like Chrome, you’ll love Brave. That’s because Brave looks and works exactly like Chrome and is compatible with every Chrome theme and extension and since Brave is built with privacy in mind, it offers features Google would never allow in Chrome.”