Starting with the right tools. Brave Browser.
Brave is a new internet web browser that claims to be three times faster than Chrome. That’s impressive enough. Furthermore, Brave disables online surveillance, blocks unwanted ads and consumes 35% less battery power on many mobile devices.
Introducing Brave rewards:
Get rewarded for your browsing and show your support for your favorite websites.
You paid to browse the web with your old browser by viewing advertisements with your valuable attention. You wasted your time downloading invasive ad technology that sent your sensitive private data to advertisers without your permission.
The new Internet is here. One in which your time is valued, your personal information is kept private, and you are rewarded for your attention.
Brave rewards are paid in BAT (Basic Attention Token):
When you sign up for Brave Rewards, your browser will begin automatically tallying (only on your device’s local storage) the amount of time you spend on websites you visit.
Brave Rewards will send the corresponding amount of BAT from your local browser-based wallet to the sites you’ve visited once a month, divided up based on your attention.
When you view Brave Advertisements, you get 70% of the ad revenue.
Brave works on:
Brave rewards no longer works on iOS (iPhones and iPads)!:
Apple does not play well with others. Enough said.
How to start
Step 1: Open a browser such as Google Chrome and type Brave Browser into the address bar and press [Enter]
Step 2: When the search results appear click on the Download.
Step 3: Select the download for your specific operating system and click on the Download in the top right corner. The completed download will appear in the bottom left corner of Chrome. Click on BraveBrowserSetup.exe to begin the install.
Step 4: When the UAC window pops up click on yes.
Step 5: That’s it. You are done! Links to more information at the bottom of the page.