Brave Browser becomes the Bitflyer partner so that Japanese users would be able to get BAT tokens
A new collaboration between the Internet provider Brave Browser and the Japanese crypto exchange BitFlyer will allow Japanese users to soon get Basic Attention Toke (BAT) by viewing ads for Brave
Japanese users will be able to earn BAT
Expressing excitement about working with Brave Browser, Kumihiro Main, President of BitFlyer, said that the partnership would serve as a model for new digital currency opportunities, not just for investment.
Even those who have not been exposed to cryptocurrency will feel more confident with them, increasing the ability to own and use cryptocurrency through the Brave browser, he added.
Besides, the partnership will enable Japanese users to also be able to buy or sell BAT on BitFlyer, as well as tip BAT to publishers and content creators.
Brave recently teamed up with Guardian to create a virtual private network (VPN) directly in the Brave browser for iOS. The company explained that this initiative will protect users.
It is worth noting that Brave Browser has allocated a lot of resources to ensure access to operations related to crypto. In addition to partnering with Binance, the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange said it will add support FOR the BAT token byBrave Browser.
Notably, the company currently has over 15 million monthly active users, and more than 700,000 verified publishers, and while Google Chrome boasts billions of users worldwide, Brave is closing the gap daily.