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State of Brave by Brendan Eich at This.JavaScript

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Published on May 26, 2017

Brendan Eich gives us the latest on Brave

The web, seen as a major asset in today’s tech world, also reveals some problems. It can be expensive, slow, invasive, insecure, and complex. Browsers such as Chrome or Microsoft Edge seem to have tracking methods that are somewhat complicated and scattered. Adblocking, is also something that could be improved.

The Brave Browser was made to address the issues mentioned above. Its purpose was to provide a fast, private, secure, and easy browser that users could use without any hassle. It has the ability to efficiently block ads and track. It is faster than Android and iOS. Android, doesn’t have a blocking extension API. Therefore, individuals must use a different browser to use this feature.This isn’t an inconvenience with Brave.

Overall, Brave is made to be Fast, secure, private, easy, and does more than fix browsing. It has private tabs, anti-fingering, one of the best securities, a built-in micropayment system, and a blockchain-based digital advertising platform (using BAT - Basic Attention Token)

For more JavaScript focused news & events, visit http://thisdot.co.

Sponsored by This Dot Labs, a framework agnostic mentoring co built by core OSS contributors. http://thisdot.co/lab

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