This week, Brave Software Inc. announced that it’s Brave Browser now supports tipping content creators on Vimeo and Reddit via Basic Attention Tokens (BAT).
The feature is currently only available on Brave’s developer preview on desktop but will be rolled out to the public on the desktop and mobile version of Brave within the next few weeks.
“The features in our developer preview build make their way into our BETA and then MAIN on a 3-week development cycle, so they’ll be in MAIN soon!”, the company representative said.
Content Creators looking to receive BAT via Reddit and Vimeo are required to be registered as Brave creators.
The move to include Reddit and Vimeo comes after Brave enabled tipping for Twitter earlier this year.
This falls in line with Brave’s philosophy of creating an internet ecosystem in which creators can benefit in a way that is not ad-dependent but rather based on attention and quality content.
About Brave Browser
The Brave browser is a free, open-source web browser that blocks ads and Website Trackers out of the box. The Browser is available on mobile and desktop. One of the key features of the Brave Browser is the Basic Attention Token (BAT) that allows users to reward content creators directly, cutting out the middle-man and streamlining your web experience.
Brave is also one of the most memory friendly browsers available, outperforming Google Chrome and available Ad-Block plugins by a margin.