Brave, a data protection-oriented web browser, has integrated the Binance widget into the latest stable version in all desktop offers.
An announcement on April 30 indicates that the widget is enabled by default and the Binance crypto exchange is placed on the desktop in front of all millions of browser users.
So far, the widget was only available for testing in the Brave Nightly and Beta versions.
Switch on, switch on and switch
Anyone who opens a new tab or window in the browser will see the new Binance widget along with the Brave Rewards widget on the right.
You will then be asked to connect the widget to your Binance account. After authentication, they can view the existing assets and act as they wish.
In addition to a summary of the assets held, users can buy cryptocurrencies, deposit assets on the exchange, and convert between supported assets.
Since the widget is integrated directly into the browser, Preserves user privacy and communicates with the Binance API only through authenticated user interaction.
Users can easily disconnect the widget and prevent the browser from interacting more with their account unless they go through the authentication process again. While the widget is enabled by default, those who want it can manually hide it.
Available in mobile versions soon
The Brave browser currently has more than 13.5 million monthly active users on all platforms. The Binance widget is currently integrated in all desktop versions of the software for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
It will be available later this year for the Brave versions for mobile browsers on Android and iOS.