Popular blockchain-based web browser Brave will soon give Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) to its users in Japan.
Until now, users in Japan could not received BAT tokens due to local regulations. Instead, the browser gave them BAT points, which they could use to tip creators for sharing their content.
However, thanks to the partnership between the browser and the Japan-based crypto exchange bitFlyer, Brave users will soon be able to start receiving BAT tokens for viewing ads through the browser.
Both companies have teamed up and have decided to develop a crypto wallet, which is expected to be launched in November this year.
The wallet, dubbed "Integrated Wallet,” will allow users to trade and receive BAT tokens as a reward.
According to the statement shared by both companies:
"Brave users in Japan who are currently opted in to Brave Rewards are receiving BAT Points for viewing ads, but after the release of the Integrated Wallet, will receive BAT in their bitFlyer account linked to the Integrated Wallet."
BAT is currently available on several platforms, including bitFlyer, Binance, Coinbase Pro and Gemini.
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