Popular privacy-focused browser Brave has launched a new feature, allowing its users to integrate Binance into the application. The new version 1.8 update is now available for all Brave desktop users.
With the launch, people who use the Brave browser may now trade several digital assets via the Binance integration widget. Some of the cryptocurrencies supported at the moment include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP, Litecoin (LTC), and Binance Coin (BNB). Apart from buying and selling cryptocurrencies, Brave desktop users will also have access to other basic functions such as viewing summaries, which will make it unnecessary to use other apps.
According to an official Brave announcement, this is the first exchange-browser integration of its kind. Brave users must first have a Binance account, to use this feature. Interested Brave users must first connect to Binance via the Binance widget, to access their accounts. Users may also disconnect from Binance whenever they feel like, as soon as they are done with their transactions.
Before now, a preview version of the Binance widget was available on Brave’s versions for Nightly and Beta users. The recent announcement shows that all of Brave’s 13.5 million active users now have access. The announcement did not specify whether or not there will be access for mobile users.
In March, Brave announced a partnership that allows users to use their Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) with popular brands such as Walmart, Hulu, Apple, and a few others.