An Internet browser focused on privacy Brave uses Brach's default attention token (BAT) to enable block chain ID start-up trial services to ensure publishers pay for content.
The company announced on Friday that content creators wishing to participate in Brave's "Verified Publishers" program could use Civic's identity and know-your-customer (KYC) services to verify their identity and obtain BAT tokens I did. Both startups focus on protecting users' identities and personal information through services.
The Brave's platform allows publishers to pay for content by donating BAT tokens anonymously through Brave's browser. Publishers who verify their authenticity through new collaborations can receive payouts directly by connecting ethereum wallets.
Civic's "Reusable KYC" program allows these publishers to verify their identities while maintaining privacy. In addition, these publishers may receive payments using a mobile device or similar platform.
Citizens co-founder and CEO Vinny Lingham explained in a statement that Brave is working to resolve privacy issues on the Internet, he explained.
"With Brave experiencing exponential publishers and user growth, implementing Civic allows more people to use the Brave platform safely and securely to build and maintain trust between publishers and users." We partnered with Brave The benefits of reliable identity verification service blockchain technology help build a better browser. "
Brave currently has an average of 4 million monthly users, a press release said. Over 21,000 publishers participated in Brave 's program, including the Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, and Barron' s.
Brave CEO and co-founder Brendan Eich said in a statement that his platform "connects users and publishers directly in a transparent system that ensures privacy and reliability without intermediaries collecting user data."
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