Sunday, December 5

Navegador Brave partners with Solana


The most famous browser in the cryptomode community, Brave announced on Monday (10) a new partnership, this time with Solana.

Brave is a Chromium-based open source web browser created by Brave Software and founded by JavaScript creator Brendan Eich. Two years after its launch, the company incorporated the Brave Rewars function, with the option to send BAT (browser cryptocurrency) micropayments to websites and content creators.

This Monday (08), Brave announced via twitter the new association with Solana in order to boost the usability of DApps (decentralized applications).

“Brave announces partnership with Solana to boost the use of Dapps”

Brave and Solana

The company’s CEO, Brendan Eich, announced at a conference in Lisbon, the new incorporation of the Solana network in the web browser.

This partnership allows Brave to provide specific support to Solana’s ecosystem for all its users, who are more than 42 million active monthly, thus users will be able to have direct access to decentralized applications that work within the Solana network.

“More and more users and creators require tools for fast and accessible access on the decentralized web, this incorporation will pave the way without any problems for the next billion users of ciphers to take advantage of the applications and the tokens”, disse Brendam Eich.

Next steps

The web browser will offer a Solana wallet built into their browsers, both mobile and desktop, with additional builds that allow users to send and receive native Solana tokens, trade tokens, and interact with non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These incorporations could be implemented in the first half of 2022.

Solana will incorporate the Themis Protocol, a recent move by the Brave project to decentralize the browser’s advertising function, focused on privacy. This will benefit the browser’s native token, BAT.

“Embedding with browsers is key to helping DApps create the best web experiences, it’s an important step in embedding Solana’s next billion users”, said Anatoly Yakovenko, CEO of Solana.

Brave signaled in the ad that it will remain backing Ethereum, which is currently the default browser wallet network.

The browser will also seek to integrate with other blockchains in order to promote the widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies.





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