Brave announced users may be able to transfer Basic Attention Tokens they can gather from its service in exchange for “digital assets and fiat currencies.” Brave users are able to gather BATs if they opt in to viewing privacy-centric Brave Ads. The organization partnered with digital money platform Uphold to allow users to transfer BATs into their wallets. “Brave’s goal to reconnect users with creators and advertisers in order to fix the broken online ad system is now complete with the new Brave wallet, and we’re thrilled to have partnered with Uphold for this crucial development,” Brave Co-Founder and CEO Brendan Eich said. Meanwhile, CNET Staff Writer David Priest looks at U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s privacy proposal in an op-ed.
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