BATProject growth: We are thrilled to share that /r/BATProject recently surpassed 40K members! It was just over a year ago that we celebrated 25K. We’re both grateful and amazed at the growth from then to now. Thank you for being part of our community!
We couldn’t be happier about the community we’ve built and will continue to build together.
Together, we’ll show the world how BAT & Brave are helping to create a better Internet, where users are in control of their experience, their data, and where their attention is fairly priced & rewarded.
Should we have a Brave Together party to celebrate? 🙂
Exciting news: Verified Uphold wallets (withdrawals) on Android coming next week in v1.10! Mobile phone with rightwards arrow at left It’s finally here! Here’s everything you need to know.
Dear Brave & BAT Community,
With a new app upgrade (v1.10) this week, we are excited to announce that Android will be supporting User Wallets (verified wallets)! Verified User Wallets on Android will allow Brave Android users to transfer and sync their Brave Rewards BAT balances with an Uphold account. Remember, You do not need to use this functionality to continue using Brave Rewards.
Read the full post here: https://community.brave.com/t/android-uphold-wallets-launch-and-introducing-minimum-bat-thresholds/133937
The Daily Chain: Brave launches limited edition browser in collaboration with K-Pop’s BTS
The browser has also given the crypto industry a great deal of exposure by taking cryptocurrencies to the screens of millions of Brave users. Now, the company is taking a giant leap with its recent partnership with the Korean pop group BTS and popular e-sports team Rush Gaming to provide a limited edition release of its browser for residents of Japan.
Japan is one of the world’s biggest crypto and blockchain hotspots, the collaboration with BTS — AKA the Bangtan Boys, a boy band with fans all over the globe, will be a major boost for the browser and the crypto industry as well. This is the first known collaboration between a privacy-based browser like Brave and a popular pop band.
Reported by local news outlet Nikkei, the collaborations will focus on finding a new touchpoint between idols and fans. The limited-edition browser will also allow fans to earn points by watching ads to support Rush Gaming’s e-sports team.