Brave’s New ‘BAT Community’ Unites Basic Attention Token Fans and Content Creators

Brave’s New ‘BAT Community’ Unites Basic Attention Token Fans and Content Creators

Brave browser recently launched a new community hub for Basic Attention Token (BAT) fans and online content creators. The hub features the latest BAT news, community forums, a knowledge-base, and a global meetups directory.

On Mar. 29th, Basic Attention Token launched a new community hub for the cryptocurrency:

The hub comes on the heels of several larger moves from the organization, including a partnership with TAP Network which made BAT redeemable for real-world rewards at over 250,000 brands including Amazon, Apple, Starbucks, and Uber.

The browser is also making substantial progress towards its full-launch of Brave Ads Rewards, which will allow users to opt-in to viewing ads to and receive 70 percent of the revenue generated.

The progress of Brave and its Basic Attention Token have garnered substantial enthusiasm from the market and the community. Over the last month, BAT is up 64 percent with tokens going from $0.165 to $0.271 each.

If Brave continues to innovate in the browser and user-privacy space, it’s quite possible that the upwards trajectory of BAT continues.

Basic Attention Token | BAT

Updated: Nov 7 at 2:25 am UTC

Basic Attention Token, currently ranked #27 by market cap, is up 0.31% over the past 24 hours. BAT has a market cap of $415.8M with a 24 hour volume of $37.09M.

Chart by CryptoCompare

Basic Attention Token is up 0.31% over the past 24 hours.

Support CryptoSlate and Earn BAT with the Brave Web Browser

Try the Brave Browser You will get $5 in free BAT to donate to the websites you choose.
Posted In: , Adoption, Altcoins, Price Watch
Invest with AMFEIX

Like what you see? Subscribe to CryptoSlate

Get our daily newsletter containing the top blockchain stories and crypto analysis straight to your inbox.

Sign up to stay informed
Mitchell Moos

Mitchell Moos

Contributing Analyst @ CryptoSlate

Mitchell is a software enthusiast and entrepreneur. His first startup built algorithms for optimizing cryptocurrency mining. Prior to CryptoSlate, Mitchell was a project manager at a firm that built distributed software on Hyperledger. In his spare time he loves playing chess and hiking.

View author profile

Commitment to Transparency: The author of this article is invested and/or has an interest in one or more assets discussed in this post. CryptoSlate does not endorse any project or asset that may be mentioned or linked to in this article. Please take that into consideration when evaluating the content within this article.

Disclaimer: Our writers' opinions are solely their own and do not reflect the opinion of CryptoSlate. None of the information you read on CryptoSlate should be taken as investment advice, nor does CryptoSlate endorse any project that may be mentioned or linked to in this article. Buying and trading cryptocurrencies should be considered a high-risk activity. Please do your own due diligence before taking any action related to content within this article. Finally, CryptoSlate takes no responsibility should you lose money trading cryptocurrencies.