Block Chain Browser Brave offers token tips for Twitter users

2019-09-21 13:55:43 102

Block chain-based decentralized Internet browser BRAVE now allows Twitter users to prompt content creators with their local Basic Concern Token (BAT).

In an August 1 announcement, Brave discussed the public release of its token tipping service. It was reported that users could specify the amount they wanted to tip a Twitter account, and recipients would receive their BAT tips directly.

The announcement also lists some functions related to tipping services, including the establishment of regular recurring tips and the mechanism for sending tweets to tipper creators to tell them how to apply for donations.

Brave began testing its Twitter Tipping service in May, testing and developing a browser version called "Brave Nightly".

As stated in the announcement, the new features are available in browsers through "Brave Rewards". Users who choose "Brave Reward" can now see a prompt option on their Twitter posts when viewing Twitter through "Brave Desktop Browser". Brave rewards also support tipping on YouTube and Twitch, which are reportedly coming to Reddit, Github and Vimeo.

Brave reward users can also get tokens by watching privacy-preserving advertisements or through traditional purchases.

According to Coin MarketCap, the market value of British and American tobacco at the time of publication was more than $302 million, trading at $0.237, down 3.4% on the day.

Content creation and encryption

As Coin Telegraph previously reported, Block Chain Props recently received approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide its tokens under Regulation A+. Props is an Ethernet-based token designed for easy implementation in award-based external applications. According to reports, the first application on Props is YouNow, a streaming media service that now offers token incentives in exchange for streaming media.