Brave, the privacy-focused Basic Attention Token (BAT) browser, saw its user base doubling nearly a year after launch, thus signaling significant growth.
The announcement indicates that the browser is attracting more new users. The community seems quite attractive with the exceptional features that the browser has, especially its ability to secure a private browsing activity.
Brave is growing
The new hit was an extensive growth in the Brave ecosystem that spanned users, creators, and advertisers. The browser noted, as mentioned earlier, that the number of verified creators has exceeded 1 million.
What’s more, Brave’s Basic Attention Token (BAT) now records more than 4.3 million monthly transactions from users, with over 12 million wallets supporting BAT.
Following the announcement, the web browser also sees a 28-fold increase in ad revenue since its existence.
Brendan Eich, CEO and co-founder of Brave, touches on a few levels of interest in the web browser, believing that new users switch to Brave to gain a private browsing experience and secure themselves.
Later, Eich made a promising statement that they look forward to creating new, innovative, privacy-supported tools that can offer users an exceptional private browsing experience.