Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao has recommended using Brave browser (BAT), indicating that the browser can help safeguard user privacy online.
Brave, a cryptocurrency-powered internet browser, is one of the fastest-growing browsers in the world.
The browser includes an array of exciting features that would attract the tech enthusiasts. It allows users to store their BAT tokens. Thus, users can choose to reward their favorite websites in cash.
Zhao’s call for using Brave is a major endorsement to the browser.
Brave had earlier entered into partnership with Binance, through which the browser integrated Binance’s latest widget. This allows users to directly access Binance and Binance.US’ websites.
With the addition of this feature, user privacy will not be violated. In addition, the built-in widget will help maintain user privacy. The API calls can only be made into Binance if the user authenticates through OAuth and interacts with the widget.
With the remarkable rise in Internet surveillance over the past few years, online identity and privacy have been among the top priorities of web users.
The significant growth of tech giants such as Google, Facebook, and totalitarian regimes has necessitated the need for developing tools to ensure online privacy of users. Thus, Brave has put user privacy on the top of its priorities.
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For his part, Johnny Ryan, chief policy and industry relations officer at Brave, said in a blog post that no information could be obtained from Google about what is done with users’ data.