Brave will integrate with Solana’s privacy-enabled browser

Brave will soon allow more than 42 million Brave users to access Solana apps within Brave.
Solana Labs and Brave executives announced at Solana’s Breakpoint conference that the Brave browser will integrate with the Solana (SOL), blockchain and include Solana decentralized apps, or dApps on its browser. Solana will also promote the adoption of Basic Attention Tokens, the native digital currency of Brave Browser, among its dApp user. We’ve partnered up with @solana in order to integrate it into our browser and make it the default DApp support. We will soon integrate best-in-class wallet functionality for the Solana Blockchain into our desktop and mobile browsers. #BreakpointLisbon– Brave Software (@brave) November 8, 2021

Brendan Eich, CEO and co-founder at Brave, has the following to say about the development: With more and more users and creators needing tools for fast, affordable access to decentralized Web, this integration will seamlessly allow them to do so. Anatoly Yakovenko CEO of Solana Labs said: “For billions of people the mobile web will serve as their gateway to Web3.” DApps need to integrate with browsers in order to create the best web experiences. Brave’s announcement that Solana wallet support is available across all versions of their browsers was an important step in bringing Solana to the next billion users. The browser also has a built-in digital wallet similar to MetaMask, which allows users to deposit crypto and interact with other dApps. Users can also use BAT to tip their favorite content creators via platforms like Twitter. Brave Browser boasts 42 million monthly active users, and 1.3 millions content creators. Solana is a blockchain that powers dApps as well as decentralized finance (or DeFi) protocols. It is well-known for its speed and low transaction fees. It is used by notable entities such as cryptocurrency exchange FTX and music streaming platform Audius, USD Coin, NFT hosting platform Metaplex, high-frequency trading firm Alameda, and USD Coin (USDC). SOL recently surpassed Cardano and Tether (USDT), to become the fourth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

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