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Brave (web browser)

Brave is an open source web browser.

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Brave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave has privacy features, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOSiOS. Brave claims page load speeds faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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Brave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave has privacy features, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPSHTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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In addition to its privacy features, Brave offers Brave Payments, a contribution system that allows users to donate to websites and content creators on the web. Donations are kept anonymous via zero knowledge proof protocols and are denominated in a cryptocurrency token known as "Basic Attention Token". Until mid-late 2017, the system formerly used BitcoinBitcoin.

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On desktop, Brave is a Chromium-based browser. In the past, Brave was an Electron application that featured a custom HTMLHTML, CSS and JavaScript front-end. The Electron-based architecture was developed by Brave as "Muon", intended to be a more secure fork of the Electron framework. However, in March 2018, Brave announced that it would be transitioning over to a full native, C++ Chromium front-end and abandoning its Muon architecture. The new native architecture would be named Brave-core.

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Brave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave has privacy features, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOSMacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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In addition to its privacy features, Brave offers Brave Payments, a contribution system that allows users to donate to websites and content creators on the web. Donations are kept anonymous via zero knowledge proof protocols and are denominated in a cryptocurrency tokencryptocurrency token known as "Basic Attention Token". Until mid-late 2017, the system formerly used Bitcoin.

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On desktop, Brave is a Chromium-based browser. In the past, Brave was an Electron application that featured a custom HTML, CSS and JavaScriptJavaScript front-end. The Electron-based architecture was developed by Brave as "Muon", intended to be a more secure fork of the Electron framework. However, in March 2018, Brave announced that it would be transitioning over to a full native, C++ Chromium front-end and abandoning its Muon architecture. The new native architecture would be named Brave-core.

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Brave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave has privacy features, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, LinuxLinux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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In a future release, Brave will integrate an opt-in "pay-to-surf" program ("Brave Ads" and Basic Attention Token) that will allow users to earn a share of ad revenue in crypto tokens for seeing privacy-respecting advertisements.

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In addition to its privacy features, Brave offers Brave Payments, a contribution system that allows users to donate to websites and content creators on the web. Donations are kept anonymous via zero knowledge proof protocols and are denominated in a cryptocurrency token known as "Basic Attention Token". Until mid-late 2017, the system formerly used Bitcoin.

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On desktop, Brave is a Chromium-based browser. In the past, Brave was an Electron application that featured a custom HTML, CSS and JavaScript front-end. The Electron-based architecture was developed by Brave as "Muon", intended to be a more secure fork of the Electron framework. However, in March 2018, Brave announced that it would be transitioning over to a full native, C++ Chromium front-end and abandoning its Muon architecture. The new native architecture would be named Brave-core.

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Brave has invested in research to improve manually curated ad block lists with machine learning. The technology was initially published as "AdGraph".

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Brian Bondy

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Brave web browser, Basic Attention Token

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Brave (web browser)

An open source web browser

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Brave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by web pioneer Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave SoftwareBrave Software. Brave offers a handful ofhas privacy features out of the box, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds up to 7x faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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In addition to its privacy features, Brave offers Brave PaymentsBrave Payments, a built-in contribution system that allows users to donate to websites and content creators on the web. Donations are kept anonymous via zero knowledge proof protocols and are denominated in a cryptocurrency token known as "Basic Attention Token". Until 2017, the system formerly used Bitcoin.

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On desktop, Brave is a Chromium-based browser. For most ofIn itsthe historypast, Brave was an Electron application that featured a custom HTML, CSS and JavaScript front-end. The Electron-based architecture was developed by Brave as "Muon", intended to be a more secure fork of the Electron framework. However, in March 2018, Brave announced that it would be transitioning over to a full native, C++ Chromium front-end and abandoning its Muon architecture. The new native architecture would be named Brave-core.

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BraveBrave is an open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by web pioneer Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave offers a handful of privacy features out of the box, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds up to 7x faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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Chris Nguyen"Formatting + added clarifications about BAT integration and privacy-respecting ads."
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BraveBrave is aan open-source, privacy-focused web browser created by web pioneer Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave offers a handful of privacy features out of the box, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds up to 7x faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.

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In a future release, Brave will integrate an opt-in "pay-to-surf" program ("Brave Ads" and Basic Attention Token) that will allow users to earn a share of ad revenue in crypto tokens for seeing privately-matchedprivacy-respecting advertisements.

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The Brave web browser is co-developed alongside the Basic Attention Token digital advertising platform by Brave Software. The browser integrates the Basic Attention Token platform by allowing users to donate to websites and content creators in the platform's nativeeponymous cryptocurrency token, the Basic Attention Token.

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In a future release, Brave will integrate Basic Attention Token's digital advertising platform, allowing users to opt into seeing ads in exchange for a share of ad revenue in a "pay-to-surf" model. Ad revenue shares will be denominated in BAT tokens and will accrue in the user's in-browser cryptocurrency wallet. Basic Attention Token's client-side ad technology allows for ad targeting without ever requiring users to reveal their data.

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Brave is a privacy-focused web browser created by web pioneer Brendan Eich (CEO) and Brian Bondy (CTO) through Brave Software. Brave offers a handful of privacy features out of the box, including third-party ad and tracker blocking, fingerprinting protection, automatic HTTPS upgrades and Tor capabilities. Brave is officially available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Brave claims page load speeds up to 7x faster than competing browsers due to its native ad and tracker blocking technology.



In addition to its privacy features, Brave offers Brave Payments, a built-in contribution system that allows users to donate to websites and content creators on the web. Donations are kept anonymous via zero knowledge proof protocols and are denominated in a cryptocurrency token known as "Basic Attention Token". Until 2017, the system formerly used Bitcoin.

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In a future release, Brave will integrate an opt-in "pay-to-surf" program ("Brave Ads" and Basic Attention Token) that will allow users to earn a share of ad revenue in crypto tokens for seeing privately-matched advertisements.

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Desktop

On desktop, Brave is a Chromium-based browser. For most of its history, Brave was an Electron application that featured a custom HTML, CSS and JavaScript front-end. The Electron-based architecture was developed by Brave as "Muon", intended to be a more secure fork of the Electron framework. However, in March 2018, Brave announced that it would be transitioning over to a full native, C++ Chromium front-end and abandoning its Muon architecture. The new native architecture would be named Brave-core.

Basic Attention Token Integration

The Brave web browser is co-developed alongside the Basic Attention Token digital advertising platform by Brave Software. The browser integrates the Basic Attention Token platform by allowing users to donate to websites and content creators in the platform's native cryptocurrency token, the Basic Attention Token.



In a future release, Brave will integrate Basic Attention Token's digital advertising platform, allowing users to opt into seeing ads in exchange for a share of ad revenue in a "pay-to-surf" model. Ad revenue shares will be denominated in BAT tokens and will accrue in the user's in-browser cryptocurrency wallet.

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AdGraph

Brave has invested in research to improve manually curated ad block lists with machine learning. The technology was initially published as "AdGraph".

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