Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao is recommending his followers to install the Brave browser: a free internet browser that offers privacy with a blockchain-based digital advertising platform.
Brave uses open source technology to block crawlers and malware. It leverages blockchain technology to anonymously track user attention securely and rewards publishers accordingly.
Also, thanks to a recent partnership between Brave and Binance, crypto is now available for trading directly in the browser via a widget without the need to access any website at all.
The beta version of this widget is available for testing in the latest release of Brave’s nightly version. The stable version will be released in April and will be enabled by default.
“The Binance widget on Brave’s privacy-oriented browser instills a safer way to buy and sell crypto and also reduces user friction to onboard, trade and interact with the Binance ecosystem,” said Changpeng Zhao
A day of panic in Bitcoin sales
On the other hand, CZ points out that bitcoin will not drop to zero despite the recent bearish trend, contrary to the claims of other analysts and entrepreneurs who do not appreciate the value of bitcoin as a safe and easy-to-trade electronic currency.
Yesterday, Bitcoin fell -7.53%, going from $7,300 to $6,750, breaking the $6,800 barrier set as strong support for a long time. The token struggled to break this barrier in March, after falling dramatically to $4,106 following the global financial crisis, from which many markets have yet to recover.
The price of bitcoin is currently at $6930, an increase of only 2% during the last 22 hours
Brave currently has over 12 million monthly active users and with such a solid team behind, it may be a good piece of software to try. Besides, it pays you for using it… so that may be a plus if privacy is not enough of a good reason for you.