BitFlyer, Japan’s largest cryptocurrency exchange in terms of trading volume, announced a partnership with Brave, the browser to protect privacy.
According to the announcement, BitFlyer and Brave Develop Crypto Asset Wallet for Brave Users.
No further details are known about the new crypto wallet. Japanese browser users are rewarded with Basic Attention Token Points (BAP).due to regulations that prevent them from earning BAT tokens or exchanging their points for money on exchanges.
This announcement should spark speculation that the new cryptocurrency wallet could make it easier for Japanese users to get BAT instead of BAP.or somehow become between the two.
A brave spokesman told Cointelegraph:
“We are currently using ‘points’ to reward users, but there are some limits. [A través de la asociación] We believe that it could be possible to go beyond that. “
BitFlyer said further details on the crypto wallet will be released at an event on July 30 in Tokyo. and in which it will participate Brendan Eich, the founder of Brave. The event is primarily aimed at advertisers.
Brave’s growing popularity in Japan
Brave is becoming increasingly popular in Japan. Last month, The company has partnered with the popular Korean group “BTS”., also known as the Bangtan Boys, and with Rush gaming, a Japanese esports team that develops exclusive browsers for its users in Japan.
In the case of rush gaming, Limited edition users of the browser can earn BAP by watching commercials. The BAP token can be used to support the team.
Recently, Several Japanese crypto exchanges, including BitFlyer, have announced they will trade brave BAT tokens.
Even if I haven’t said what users can do with the new walletBitFlyer explained:
“Brave is the browser connected to BAT, and surfing is an everyday activity. It will be a new way for users to use and earn tokens, and we see it as a new example of the potential of cryptocurrencies to show […] We want people to become familiar with crypto through partnering with Brave. “
BitFlyer and Brave are also planning a joint marketing campaign in Japan “Extending the detection of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology among our customers and improving customer comfort.”