bitFlyer Partners with Privacy-Protecting Browser Brave

bitFlyer will be Brave's first partner in the crypto asset wallet space in Japan.

Japanese crypto exchange bitFlyer and San Francisco-headquartered Brave Software, Inc., maker of the Internet browser, Brave, today announced a partnership between bitFlyer and Brave Software International SEZC, a subsidiary of Brave Software which performs token operations, to provide a service for both company’s users. bitFlyer will be Brave’s first partner in the crypto asset wallet space in Japan, according to the announcement.

In April, bitFlyer listed Basic Attention Token, a utility token integrated with the Brave browser. To further strengthen its cooperation, the firm said it will start developing a crypto asset wallet for Brave browser users.

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bitFlyer will also launch a joint marketing campaign to expand the recognition of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology among our customers and to improve customer convenience.

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bitFlyer was established in 2014 with a mission of “Simplify the world with blockchain.” The company is licensed to operate in Japan, the US, and the EU.

Brave Software

The firm’s privacy-oriented browser, combined with its blockchain-based digital advertising platform, offer users a private, speedier web experience with much longer battery life, it says.

Publishers increase their revenue share, and advertisers achieve better conversion. Users can opt into privacy-respecting ads that reward them with a frequent flyer-like token they can redeem or use to tip or contribute to publishers and other content creators.

Brave currently has over 15 million monthly active users and over 700,000 verified publishers. Brave Software was co-founded by Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla (Firefox), and Brian Bondy, formerly of Khan Academy and Mozilla.

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