BTSE Welcomes BAT Token Listing
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BTSE Welcomes BAT Token Listing

BTSE Welcomes BAT Token Listing

BTSE has listed Basic Attention Token (BAT), continuing to grow its markets range for quality trading.

Basic Attention Token (BAT) token was created by the Brave Browser team as an incentive token to reward publishers, users, and advertisers in the Brave ecosystem. 

Brave Browser and BAT 

Brave was launched in 2016 as a privacy-centric browser with its key feature of ad and tracking blocking. It was founded by Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript and former CEO of Mozilla Corporation, and CTO Brian Bondy. Brave Browser allows its users to be paid for viewing ads, while Brave Rewards picks which private ads to show based on the user’s browsing activity.

Brave uses an anonymous accounting process to confirm ad event activity, keep personal details private, and ensure users earn rewards in the form of Basic Attention Token.

Basic Attention Token (BAT) was created in 2017 as a utility token for Brave Browser users to be rewarded with the token when opting in to view ads. Media companies and other websites also receive BAT tokens if they can retain quality users. Popular publishers on the Brave Rewards program include The Washington Post, The Guardian, Vice magazine, and others. 

BAT was priced at $0.98 on November 8, 2021, with a market cap of 1.47 billion and 0.05% market cap dominance, according to CoinGecko. Its circulating supply is around 1.49 billion tokens out of a maximum of 1.5 billion. 

 

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