Before we get into the main course, let’s get some background checks. If you are into the crypto realm, you might have heard about BitFlyer, which is a Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange. It was declared as the largest crypto exchange on a global scale in the year 2018. It came into operation from the 9th of January, 2014. Yuzu Kano is the founder.
On the other hand, Brave is free, as well as an open-source website. It was developed by Brave Software and was made to support Windows, macOS, Linus, Android, and iOS too. It was founded on the 28th of May 2015 by its CEO Brendan Eich. Now that you have the idea of whom you are reading about let’s get into the primary subject matter.
All About the New Partnership of BitFlyer with Brave Browser
An announcement of getting partnered with the very popular privacy-protecting browser Brave is made by the world’s largest crypto exchange in Japan, BitFlyer. The announcement that BitFlyer made said that they both would collaborate in order to build up a crypto asset wallet for the users of the Brave browser.
The users of Brave browser from Japan are gifted with BAP, also known as Basic Attention Token Points. This is for the monitoring that does restrict them from gaining cryptocurrency BAT or from marketing their points for money on exchanges.
The Speculation Made from this Announcement
The announcement made by BitFlyer will most probably strike up a theory. The theory says that this new crypto wallet would open a new gate for the Brave users in Japan to make them earn BAT rather than BAP or convert between the two in some means.
A spokesperson from the Brave team mentioned in one of their reports that at the present time, they are making the usage of ‘points’ to reward the users. However, he also added that there are some restrictions, and they are thinking of making it plausible to do something more than that.
On the 30th of July, there will be a program, mainly targeting advertisers, in Tokyo, which Brendon Eich will also be joining. Further details regarding this topic will be revealed at that event.
Throwing Some Light on the Rapidly Growing Fame of Brave in Japan
In June 2020, Brave also partnered with Korean pop idol group ‘BTS,’ also known as the Bangtan Boys along with Rush Gaming, which is a Japanese esports team that builds up browsers, especially for users of Japan.
Thus, the Brave browser is getting very much well known in Japan. Lately, a lot of Japanese crypto exchanges, including BitFlyer, announced the marketing of the native token of Brave, BAT.
Brave and BitFlyer Plan to Collaborate More
Brave and BitFlyer are also thinking of making another collaboration in order to establish a joint marketing campaign in Japan itself for spreading the tentacles of cryptocurrencies along with the blockchain technology among more people. This is something that would surely be responsible for making betterment in the comfort of the clients.