Brave Browser – a popular crypto and blockchain browser is working on integrating Ethereum, Ledger and Trezor wallets in its native browser.
According to the reports, this latest feature would allow users to earn and store funds directly in a self-custodian wallet, as well as also offer support for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets.
Brave Browser Major Features
- Built-in Privacy
- Native cryptocurrency (BAT) support
- ‘Brave Rewards’ which allows users get paid in BAT (Basic Attention Token) for viewing Ads in the browser
To-Be Added Features
- Ethereum wallet with DApps support and interaction on Brave
- Users can transfer and deposits ‘Brave Rewards’ to other wallets connected to the browser
- Anonymous trades with no fees
- Native support for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets
Blockchain Browsers: Brave VS Opera
Brave and Opera look to continue their stern competition for the blockchain browser market; as both companies race to become the crypto industry’s favourite browser.
Opera last week announced an iOS version of its Opera Touch browser with built-in crypto wallet; coming months after a release of its Reborn 3 (desktop browser) and an Android version in 2018.
Although Brave seems to be a likely favourite at this time, Opera’s updates and popularity seem to play a huge role in its utility. However, these latest features if integrated to support Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets, will bring the Brave browser more closer to the crypto community.
Brave currently ranks third on the mobile web browser downloads (24 million downloads) on the Play Store, a little behind Google Chrome, and ahead of Firefox and Opera. Should Brave continue its innovative practice and extended functionality, it could become a dominant brand in the browser niche for crypto and regular users.
See more about the brave browser here: www.Brave.com
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