BRAVE Browser Reached 8 Million Users

Brave browser is expanding at lightning speed. Now, the company enjoys a huge user base.

The Brave browser has announced that the monthly number of active users has exceeded 8 million. The information has been shared via its Twitter handle recently.

Besides, the number of daily active users exceeds 2.8 million. Plus, the amount of subscribers to its web advertising network has also reportedly increased significantly.

Starting from April users can access the Brave Rewards feature. It allows them to receive 70% of the advertising fee as a reward for ads viewing.

In half a year the company completed 385 campaigns. The platform’s performance is extremely good. The click rate is 14% (while the average parameter for the industry is only 2%). Moreover, 12% of clicks on links result in page visits of 10 seconds or longer. Generally, the service recorded 2.36 million of 10-second active page visits.

The most active users are content makers working with YouTube, Switch, and Twitter. Their number stands at 290 thousand.

Bravew Browser’s creator is Brendan Eich, the co-founder of Mozilla and author of JavaScript. The browser operates on the Chromium codebase.

The history of the Basic Attention Token is rather short but no less interesting. ICO BAT broke all speed records, collecting more than 156 thousand Ethers in thirty seconds. And at the end of May 2017 (the time of the ICO) its was $ 35 million.

What new rules does the Brave offer to the world?  The Brave browser blocks online advertising and user tracking systems by default. The user can activate the option to view ads provided by Brave Ads itself in the browser settings. And they built in a cryptocurrency wallet into the browser which users can activate.

User revenue is in Basic Attention Tokens (BAT). You can use Bat to donate your favorite sites. Brave is also working on ways to convert BAT to real currency and has allowed to cash it out recently.


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