X-rated websites accepting BAT

Some people might be stiffly opposed, but a growing number of x-rated websites are now accepting BAT tips from their fans. 

Providing further evidence that BAT is no flop, seemingly dozens of adult sites have joined the Brave Browser publisher program, including the NSFW xhamster, which comes in at 128th on the Alexa rank.

While Brave's association with adult content may raise a few eyebrows - and possibly other body parts - there are a huge number of well-known and well-respected websites also registered as Brave publishers.

Flagship newspapers such as The Guardian, LA Times and Washington Post are counted among the ranks, as are popular YouTube channels Spinnin' Records, Vice, First We Feast and HowToBasic, who collectively boast tens of millions of followers.

Controversial conspiracy peddler Alex Jones has also signed up, and fans can send him BAT tips through his Infowars website.

Charitable organisations have also joined the Brave revolution, with BAT users now able to donate to the likes of us4warriors.org, who help veterans and their families overcome hardships, and wildlifewatchdogs.com, who help prevent animal poaching in Indonesia.

So say what you will about x-rated sites becoming Brave publishers, the growing list of of content creators is yet another blow to people who doubt BAT's success.

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BAT destined for mainstream use
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