Cryptocurrencies are becoming much more common amid the new normal. They can be earned in various ways thanks to their digital and versatile nature. You may invest in cryptocurrencies or spend more of your time to acquire them via other means online.
Internet browser Brave, meanwhile, provides a meaningful way to earn cryptocurrencies on its platform. Brave empowers users to support content creators or publishers online. This is done by rewarding users a token when they check out advertisements that appear through but without being intrusive.
Through Brave Rewards, users can earn a Basic Attention Token (BAT) based on the Ethereum blockchain. Users make BAT by checking out ads and pay to sites that they like, whenever they want to or not.
If you “brave” viewing the ads popping up in push notifications on the browser, you can earn a smattering of BAT. And if you happen to like what content creators or publishers deliver on their platform, you can tip them some BAT.
Brave said more than 500,000 content creators and publishers participate in the program. This includes big names, such as YouTube stars Bart Baker and Philip DeFranco, content publishing platforms like WikiHow and Freedom of Press Foundation, and even those who developed the Wayback Machine and XDA.
Brave browser is available on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. When installed, the browser will ask you if you want to activate Brave Rewards. If you have it and had skipped the feature, you can start it anytime by doing any of these steps:
- Click the main menu or settings, then go to “Brave Rewards”.
- Click the triangular-shaped “Rewards” icon, then proceed to Rewards Settings.
- Type “brave://rewards” on the search bar.