Giving it a whirl. So far I see much use for this, especially for certain browsing. These are screenshots of Drudge, 1st is Chrome using adblock, which is blocking 11 ads on Drudge but you see still many ads, and the 2nd is from Brave, with no extra anything installed. Drudge is pristine. I know websites need to make money so I am interested in what their plan is for revenue.
posted on 09/30/2016 5:23:48 PM PDT
(It's the majority of the American people and Trump against the enemies of the republic - Windflier)
Just had the best user experience ever on Breitbart and Drudge.
Drudge suddenly seems like a place I would like to visit more often.
posted on 10/01/2016 2:32:19 AM PDT
(When the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic government. Franklin, Const. Conv.)
The plan is kind of hard to explain/understand, but involves “micropayments” from browser users to their favorite sites combined with payments to site owners from “safe” ads supplied thru Brave...some explanation here: https://brave.com/blogpost_2.html
posted on 10/01/2016 2:43:29 AM PDT
posted on 10/01/2016 3:11:27 AM PDT
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