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Finally Binance Widget Now Available to Brave Android Users



Binance Widget on Brave Android Browser

The latest version of the Brave for android users now supports Binance widget. The latest version is version 1.17 in which the Binance widget is currently live.

Brave made Binance widget available for its desktop users in April. With the help of this widget user of Binance and Brave can now seamlessly trade various cryptocurrencies without leaving the mobile browser.

The users will be able to trade almost all cryptocurrency that is available on Binance. The integration will also help view summaries, deposit and conduct transactions.

Brave the privacy-focused web browser recently crossed 20 million monthly active users and 7 million daily active users. Also this year, Brave browser became the #1 rated browser in Google Play.

With the integration of this widget, millions of users of Binance and Binance UK will trade crypto seamlessly within the web browser.

Similar to the desktop users, android users will also use the Binance widget from the new tab page. Follow these steps in order to use the widget properly:-

Binance Widget on Brave Android Browser
Binance Widget on Brave Android Browser
  1. Firstly click on “Connect” to connect the Binance widget to Binance.
  2. Authenticate with Binance.
  3. Soon after the successful authentication, you will see four tabs like Summary, Deposit, Convert and Buy.
  4. Click “Disconnect” from the dropdown menu in the widget if you wish to disconnect.

Also, let me tell you that this widget is still not available for Brave’s iOS browser. As per the official blog post, it will be made available in the coming months. Stay tuned with Koinalert for latest news and updates from the cryptocurrency world.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.