The web browser focused on data protection and using encryption technology, Brave, has been criticized to automatically populate your address bar with a partner link when users attempt to access the Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance website and its US-based partner Binance US.
The brave co-founder and CEO Brendan Eich has recognized the “mistake”., promises to fix the bug soon to prevent autocomplete With Your affiliate link, according to what The situation will gain strength among users Twitter crypto enthusiasts.
“Brave Auto Defaults Binance.us literally in the address bar to add a partner code. We are a partner of Binance. We are referring users to a new tab via the trading widget, but Autocomplete should not add any.” Code”, tweeted Eich.
Courageously involved in controversy with affiliate links
Following a controversy on Twitter, Brave has announced that it will remove a feature that forcibly adds the company’s affiliate link to the address bar when users access the Binance website.
Eich thanked the members of the cryptocurrency community for identifying the issue and giving feedback to the company., Should assure the community The bug will be fixed quickly.
“The standard autocomplete was inspired by the customer assignment in the search query that all browsers run. In contrast to keyword queries, however, an entered URL must be moved to the specified domain without additions.”
“Sorry for this mistake, we’re clearly not perfect, but we quickly corrected the direction,” he added.
Outstanding cryptocurrency analyst Whale Panda too Publicity The browser has similarly inserted affiliate links towards users who want to access leading US exchanges, Coinbase, and leading hardware wallet manufacturers Ledger and Trezor.
Brave’s popularity is increasing
In the last days Brave reported that its active monthly user base exceeded 15 million, an annual increase of more than 100%, approximately A third of Brave’s monthly users use the browser daily.
In a recent episode of the podcast, Joe Rogan Experience, host and guest Reggie Watts discussed internet-based security, with the couple advocating the use of Brave.