Brave, the anonymity crypto browser, has announced its services have been integrated with Solana, the blockchain infrastructure behind the ninth-most valued digital on the crypto market.
Through quick transaction times, low transaction costs, and a developing ecosystem of decentralized applications, Brave Wallet’s integration with Solana expands the accessibility of DeFi and Web3 (DApps).
According to a blog post by Brave Wallet, their goal is to provide the user-first gateway to an intuitive Web3 that is accessible to everyone and on any device, rather than just keeping and trading cryptocurrency.
“Brave Wallet already makes Web3 easy-to-use with multiple features and partnerships, and today we’re expanding this access via our Solana integration and DApp support for our desktop browsers, with mobile coming soon,” said Brendan Eich, CEO and co-founder of Brave.
“Brave users already benefit from Solana’s faster transactions and low fees, and can now directly connect with its growing ecosystem of DApps to explore NFTs, music, fitness, and many more options.”
The convergence between Brave and Solana, which was first announced in late 2021, is still getting deeper. Users of Brave Wallet desktop can now connect directly to their preferred Solana-based Web3 DApps thanks to the release of Brave 1.41. This enhances Brave Wallet’s existing Solana support, which allows users to send, receive, store, and buy tokens.
Users can quickly and easily explore the network’s thriving and expanding ecosystem thanks to Solana’s cheap fees and quick transaction times. They can use Magic Eden to purchase NFTs, Audius to discover music, STEPN to earn tokens by exercising, and Squads to work together on projects (just to name a few).
Solana offers a wide variety of decentralized financing possibilities. Fans of BAT tokens have also been encouraged to keep an eye out for a special NFT collection with a BAT/Brave theme that will debut this month on Magic Eden.
The crypto community likes Brave Browser because it is an alternative to Google Chrome that prioritizes privacy. The browser also rewards users with Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) for viewing anonymous ads.