Brave Browser Now Supports Solana dApps

Brave, a web browser dedicated to cryptocurrencies has enabled support for Solana-based decentralised apps in version 1.41 according to a Tuesday statement.

The most recent integration in the newest version of the web browser makes decentralised banking and Web3 more accessible.

Magic Eden a Solana NFT marketplace, and Audius a cryptocurrency music app, are two of the most popular dApps in the Solana ecosystem.

Currently, only the desktop browser version supports dApps integration. Brave will allow support for the mobile version in the near future, per the statement.

Brave first announced its partnership with Solana in November, making the “Ethereum killer” its preferred blockchain, as reported by U.Today.

In January, Brave’s active user base topped 50 million. It took nearly five years for the web browser, which was created by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, to reach this milestone. The primary selling feature of the browser is that users may earn incentives for viewing advertisements. The browser enabled the 2019 monetization of its advertising earnings.

In his remark, Eich said that the Solana integration had resulted in significantly reduced prices for Brave’s user base.

Bank of America said, as reported by U.Today, that Solana was well capable of eroding Ethereum’s market share and becoming a Visa-like investing powerhouse.

Basic Attention Cryptocurrency (BAT), the browser ecosystem’s native token, is presently ranked 67th by market capitalization. It has decreased by more than 2 percent in the previous twenty-four hours.

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