Ways To Earn Money From Brave Browser
Brave Reward Platform where the user can earn bat token in different ways according to their Skill or priority. This is a marketing platform which they are using to spread the awareness & to reach the billions of user to making this browser successful.
Best of all, Brave will still give you an ad-free browsing experience; rather than Brave’s ads being displayed on web pages, they instead show up as desktop notifications (the feature is currently only on desktop versions of Brave but planned for iOS and Android in the future).
How to enable and customize Brave Rewards
- Download and install the latest version of Brave.
- Open a new Brave browser window.
- You can enable Brave rewards when you first run the browser. Click through the welcome screen’s setup cards. The final card contains an explanation of the ad model and opt-in settings.
- You can also enable, disable, and customize Brave Rewards in the browser’s settings. To find these, click the Menu icon in the browser’s upper-right corner, then click the “Brave Rewards” tab in the Settings menu. Alternatively, you can type “brave://settings/” into your URL bar to jump directly to the menu.
The Brave Rewards tab displays how much BAT currency you’ve earned and other metrics. You’ll also be able to change various settings related to your ad experience. Here’s an explanation of the most important options:
- Turn on Brave Rewards: this will enable and disable all Brave Rewards options, including ads, BAT generation, and auto-contribution.
- Turn on ads: turns ad notifications on or off. You won’t earn BAT from ads if this is off. There are other ways for earning BAT, however, including frequent complimentary offers from Brave, or adding to the wallet from your own bank accounts.
- Ad settings: this option lets users set the number of ads they see per hour, anywhere from 1-5 (default is two). More ads viewed means more BAT generated.
- Auto-contribute: These settings let users share the BAT ad revenue they’ve generated with the sites they visit—the idea being that you’re paying them directly, instead of participating in their ad model. You set an amount from your wallet to be given to the websites you browse. There is a sub-menu where you can define how long to be on a site, and how many visits, before a site receives your contribution.