Internet browser Brave plans to support the Solana blockchain, including its SOL and SPL tokens, as part of an upgrade to equip it for Web3.
According to a statement, the latest browser update means customers can use the Brave Wallet to hold, buy, and sell SOL and SPL tokens on non-custodial platform Ramp.
Instead of purchasing crypto on a trading platform like Coinbase or a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance, users can buy crypto on Ramp directly from their Brave Wallet and then transfer it to a wallet of their choice.
Ramp head of marketing Greg McEwan said: “With the Ramp integration, Brave users will be able to spend more time doing what they love and less time on what was a painful process of converting their fiat currencies to crypto.”
Brave is not only supporting blockchain platforms like that of Solana but also expanding the advantages of its Basic Attention Token (BAT), the crypto rewards token that is Ethereum and EVM compatible.
According to Brave, BAT has more than 55 million active users monthly and can earn BAT by simply choosing the opt-in button to video advertisements while browsing.
Additionally, later in the year, BAT holders will be able to use their tokens to buy and sell NFTs on Magic Eden, the Solana NFT marketplace.
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