World’s 250th most visited website reveals BAT contributions—analysis whether Brave browser can replace ads60

The Internet Archive, a San Francisco-based non-profit digital library—reported receiving $2,500 in Basic Attention Token (BAT) tips. The browser’s micro-donations feature has also been endorsed by several other major websites, which could mean a web driven by ads and the sale of user data could become a thing of the past, suggested

Brave, the first blockchain-based decentralized browser in the world, has entered the second quarter of 2019 with impressive growth. Brave browser’s number of active users has grown considerably, Basic Attention Token (BAT) has appreciated 160 percent year-to-date, and the number of high-profile websites enabling Brave Rewards has exploded.

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