Basic Attention Token is destined for mainstream success and use, with Wikipedia - the twelfth most-visited site on the internet - among the websites listed as Brave content creators.
Other creators joining the Brave revolution include the LA Times, Washington Post, LADbible and Vimeo, offering further proof that BAT is on the rise.
The number of Youtube content creators who accept BAT is also rapidly growing, with nearly 450,000 now signed up. Creators include Spinnin' Records, with 27.5 million subscribers, as well as other popular channels, including Vice, First We Feast and HowToBasic.
Across all platforms and websites, there are now nearly 830,000 registered Brave publishers. As word about Brave quickly spreads, there's no doubt more big players will soon be on board.
Brave CEO Brendan Eich says the future of BAT looks extremely bright, and I can't help but agree.