Crypto-Powered Brave Browser Launches Privacy-Centered Zoom Competitor
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Crypto-powered web browser Brave has launched a privacy-focused video conference service to compete with Zoom.
According to an official tweet published on May 26, Brave Software has launched a free video calling service currently avaible in North America for users of their Nightly Browser program. Nightly functions as a testing and development sandbox for Brave to implement new programs and product features.
The new product, called Brave Together, will allow users access to private and unlimited video conferencing. According to the update, the program was built using the open-source software Jitsi.
Our Nightly version for North America now features Brave Together, our private and unlimited video calling service based on open source @jitsinews. Click on the widget & start connecting with friends/colleagues. Feedback welcome at https://t.co/SWLpcAKZDq for this trial version. pic.twitter.com/UPFE13Z0xB
— Brave Software (@brave) May 26, 2020
Brave, which uses the Basic Attention Token to power its free browser and web community, has placed an emphasis on privacy and open-access with their products. The Brave Together video service will allow users to share their screens, browser tabs, and YouTube videos.
Earlier in the month, Brave announced full integration for the Binance widget on desktop devices, in addition to reaching nearly 5 million daily active users.
@Brave hit 13.9M MAU / 4.8M DAU for April 2020. Getting DAU up for ratio smaller as promised; DAU trend continues in May. See https://t.co/XheNgRRjtS for latest creator stats; see top creator stats + more at https://t.co/ffXOSKSSCj. Sorry for tardy tweet!https://t.co/xnBbGeeSbY pic.twitter.com/vFmtOcmelu
— BrendanEich (@BrendanEich) May 13, 2020
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