Brave Browser: Now users can earn Basic Attention Token (BAT) for viewing ads
Brave Browser’s reward program is now live for the users who will view ads. Now the users will be rewarded in the form of Basic Attention Token (BAT).
On 8th March Brave Ads Developer, Channel Preview advances from phase one to phase two. Phase two provides users the feature to view Brave ads and earn token in the form of BAT and claim that token at the end of every month.
With today’s Developer Channel update (version 0.63.4), testers on OS X, Linux and Windows x64 (with 32-bit/x86 to follow shortly) will start to see the ads they are viewing being counted (“ad notifications received”) on the Brave Rewards Settings Page (accessible through brave://rewards)
By the end of phase one, over 450 ads had been trafficked, and are currently included in the ad catalog available from the Brave Ads server.
“We’re excited to advance through the next public preview phase, and encourage people interested in helping us to test and engineer a new path forward toward a better Internet where people can browse the web, earn rewards, and support content creation while preserving their privacy, the company stated in its Mar. 8th press release.”
Advertisers like BuySellAds, TAP Network, AirSwap, Fluidity, and Uphold are among the early access program.
So start earning BAT now, download the Brave browser from the link below.
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