10/09/19 11:00 UTC-4

The Brave crypto-browser surpassed Chrome in Japan

Brave, the decentralized web-browser, outpaced its direct competitors in the ranking of the most popular Google Play applications in Japan.


Brave overtook competitors in Japan

According to Cointelegraph, the Brave web browser ranks 10th in the ranking of the most popular communication applications of the Japanese Google Play. Following him was Firefox, which was in 14th place. Chrome is already in 48th place.

Interesting in the section: Perspectives and features of Aeternity

  • Brave is a decentralized browser with an emphasis on anonymity. According to the company, it does not trade user data, like its direct competitors and does not show ads
  • Brave has its own Basic Attention TokenToken
    – is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details
    (BAT). Browser users can earn it, for example, by watching ads on the Internet


Editor: Yulia Krasnaya

See also: "Blockchain in healthcare will exceed $1.6 billion by 2025"

#Brave #Chrome #BasicAttentionToken #BAT #Firefox #Webbrowser



14/09/19 10:44 UTC-4

The English football club made bitcoin a symbol of the team

​Watford English Premier League Football Club will place the bitcoin sign on the sleeves of its players. The club made this decision after entering into a partnership with the Sportsbet.io crypto-platform, which specializes in betting.