I really liked the way you can use BAT to contribute financially to content creators.
... in fact, I think I'll reinstall Brave.
Q: Why is this email five sentences or less?
On Fri, 6 Nov 2020, at 10:50, Peter Reutemann wrote:
> 'One year after its first 1.0 release, Brave says it has hit the
> milestone of 20.5 million active monthly users. "At the same time last
> year, the browser had 8.7 million active monthly users, and of the 20
> million monthly users, 7 million are daily users, which represents
> more than a doubling of last year's 3 million," reports ZDNet. "Brave
> added that since Apple allowed browsers other than its own to be the
> default option on iOS, it has seen its iOS user base increase by a
> third." From the report: One of the touted features of the browser is
> that it hates ads, and will go out of its way to block them, unless
> users decide to see Brave-powered advertisements. To that end, Brave
> has hit "2 billion ad confirmation events" and completed 2,215
> campaigns from over 460 companies. The browser maker says its users
> have a click-through rate of 9%, way and away outstripping industry
> averages. The browser also has its own cryptocurrency, Basic Attention
> Tokens, that users use to "tip" content creators. Thus far, 26 million
> of the tokens have been sent to creators. At the time of writing, the
> blockchain-based token is trading for just under 18 cents, meaning
> $4.6 million has been sent from users. '
> -- source: https://tech.slashdot.org/story/20/11/05/0424253
> Cheers, Peter
> Peter Reutemann
> Dept. of Computer Science
> University of Waikato, NZ
> +64 (7) 577-5304
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