The Weekly BAT #83: Brave Talk, BAT Ambassadors recruiting, BAT Community Call: Everything you need to know!

BAT/Brave Announcements

Brave Talk is here! Private video conferencing built right into Brave.

Join private calls for free from any browser, on desktop and mobile. Brave Rewards users can initiate unlimited private 1:1 calls for free. Premium Talk includes the ability to initiate group calls with hundreds of participants, recording, video groupwatch, YouTube live-streaming, and more!

Today, Brave launched Brave Talk, a new privacy-focused video conferencing feature built directly into the Brave browser. Brave Talk enables video calls without sacrificing privacy. Video calling is now an important tool for work, school, and social activities, and Brave Talk allows users to collaborate and connect online in a private-by-design environment.

To use Brave Talk, users can initiate a call directly through the Brave desktop browser by opening a new tab and clicking the Brave Talk camera icon, or simply visit from the Brave browser on desktop or mobile. While calls need to be initiated from Brave, users can invite others to join calls from any modern browser.

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BAT Ambassadors: Seeking Student Volunteers & Volunteers of All Ages (Non-Students). Apply Here!

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The BAT Ambassadors program is reopening its doors!

With the start of the fall academic semester, BAT Ambassadors is launching a new college activation initiative and recruiting students from around the world to take part.

In addition, BAT Ambassadors is seeking non-student volunteers of all ages and from all regions. Anyone passionate about Basic Attention Token’s mission and helping take BAT to the next level is welcome to apply!

For more information and to apply: 

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