Today’s Brave browser release (v1.40) is expanding on the mission of making Brave Wallet a safe, easy-to-use onramp to Web3. It gives users easy access to new chains and decentralized apps (DApps), right in the browser, no extensions required.
With Brave's 1.39 desktop release, we're announcing our first steps towards full integration with the Solana ecosystem. By partnering with Solana, Brave enables users to explore Web3 with significantly lower transaction fees and faster processing times than the Ethereum network.
With the Brave Android app update rolling out today (v1.38), Brave users who opt into Brave Rewards on Android can connect a Gemini account to their browser's Brave Rewards to manage their Basic Attention Tokens (BAT).
Brave has further strengthened its fingerprinting protections by preventing users from being identified based on preferred browser language. Starting with version 1.39, Brave randomizes how your browser informs sites of what language(s) you’ve set as default, and what fonts you have installed on your system.
Brave is shipping a new, powerful privacy-protecting feature called Unlinkable Bouncing. This feature protects your privacy by noticing when you're about to visit a privacy harming site, and instead routes that visit through a new, temporary browser storage.
Brave Wallet, the crypto wallet built into the Brave browser that enables users to store, manage, grow, and swap their crypto portfolio from a single wallet, is live on desktop and mobile! To celebrate, Brave is giving away almost half a million dollars in amazing crypto prizes.
Today, Brave is announcing several new features for Brave Talk, our privacy-preserving video conferencing product available directly in the Brave browser. This includes the Brave Talk extension for Google Calendar, which makes it easier than ever to schedule private calls with colleagues and friends via our desktop browser.