It’s the latest addition to the browser’s suite of tracking prevention tools.
The federated learning approach allows users to keep their data on their local device rather than on a centralized server. “Brave Today” is just step one.
Brave users can access 30,000 decentralized sites and 700,000 blockchain domain names.
The move comes as privacy continues to grow in profile to become a real market advantage.
Not only were .onion domain requests observable but so were all domains in Tor tabs. And they had been for months.
IPFS integration gives Brave users easier access to the protocol while improving the overall resilience of the internet.
Brave users can now use the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange to buy, sell and store crypto within their browsers.
The crypto exchange will build a BAT wallet for Brave as it helps the cryptocurrency grow in Japan.
Privacy browser Brave was called out this weekend when users noticed that typing "Binance" resulted in an auto-complete ending in a referral link.
Taking on powerful forces in the surveillance economy was never going to be easy. But Brendan Eich and Brave are making a good fist of it.
With paywall systems for a whole bevy of assets, crypto payments could revolutionize the media industry – if demand actually matched supply.
Brave is in the early stages of building an in-browser trading tool with Binance and Binance America.
Twitter users can tip content using Brave's Basic Attention Token, adding to its micro-tipping services.
Privacy-centric web browser Brave is raising a Series A round at a valuation of roughly $133 million, sources tell CoinDesk.