Looking for Brave browser tips? However, Brave will never collect,store or sell any personal data about you. The data is your personal property and they have no right about it ( as per Brave’s terms of service). This is one of the reasons why million monthly active users chose Brave as their default browser. The Brave BAT is the main way Brave is making money. One of the most important things is that the Brave browser have all these security features on default from when you install it. You don’t need to edit them or be a computer guru to solve those, they come like that since you install it. Brave also blocks ad trackers and also – you can create a private tab with tor browser, which basically makes you completely anonymous. For more details, you can check the Brave github as the entire project is open source.
Tip on YouTube: Tip your favorite creators on Youtube while watching their videos. When you visit YouTube, Brave Rewards lets you tip creators directly as a reward for making great video content. Visit creators.brave.com to learn more about becoming a verified YouTube creator.
Defaults that matter: Browse confidently with default settings that block phishing, malware, and malvertising. Also, plugins, which have proven to be a security risk, are disabled by default. Sync your devices bravely: Brave Sync, currently in beta, can be enabled to encrypt and synchronize your preferred settings and bookmarks. However, Brave does not have the keys to decrypt your data.
It begins with giving you back power. Get unmatched speed, security and privacy by blocking trackers. Earn rewards by opting into our privacy-respecting ads and help give publishers back their fair share of Internet revenue. Brave’s anonymous-but-accountable attribution model confirms event activity, without exposing or identifying the user. Users receive 70% of the revenue share in BAT, which can be contributed to content creators or redeemed through Brave Rewards. Discover additional info on Brave Browser.
Brave Rewards: Once a month, Brave Rewards will send the corresponding amount of BAT, divided up based on your attention, from your local browser-based wallet to the sites you’ve visited. You can remove sites you don’t want to support, and tip creators directly too. All of this is anonymous: nobody (not even us here at Brave) can see who supported which sites. We can only count up the total support for each site and send the BAT their way. Content creators can use our partner Uphold to convert the BAT they earn into a currency of their choosing.