Brave browser integrates Solana support – Bitcoin News
Brave, the company behind the Brave browser, has partnered with Solana to provide support for the blockchain directly from its browser. According to the press release, the Brave browser will now use Solana by default to support cross-chain and decentralized applications. Brave users, millions now, will have access to the Solana wallet in the app. This feature is expected to be launched in the first half of 2022.
Brave and Solana collaborate to provide Dapp support
Brave, the company responsible for developing the Brave browser, a leading privacy-first web browser Announce It is working with Solana, A top five cryptocurrency that supports smart contracts, can provide support for Solana-based applications directly from the browser. The announcement was made during Solana’s Breakpoint conference, where Brave CEO Brendan Eich praised the scalability and functionality Solana will provide Brave users.
In the event, Eich said:
As more and more users and creators need tools to quickly and economically access the decentralized network, this integration will seamlessly pave the way for the next billion crypto users to utilize apps and tokens.
Brave’s 46 million users will soon receive Solana support by default. Brave will continue to support the Ethereum ecosystem, but through this integration, it clearly adopts a chain-independent view and intends to continue to integrate support for other chains in the future.
Scalability and Brave’s Themis protocol
Solana has always been one of the most prolific “Ethereum Killer” tokens on the market, trying to take advantage of Ethereum’s weaknesses and high fees due to its inability to scale. Its token was launched less than two years ago, and it has become one of the top five cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.
Its ability to manage more transactions with lower fees is one of the reasons. Brave mentioned that “the transaction fees seen on Ethereum (due to increased interest in encryption and DeFi) prevent some users from making transactions.” The new partnership aims to make it possible for more people to use Brave’s platform and Solana Low-cost environment.Nevertheless, it is important to note that Solana itself does not exempt its own criticize.
Solana’s perceived advantage may be one of the reasons Brave provides support for the network, moving away from its Ethereum-only approach.Another reason is that the browser will implement Themis The agreement, one of the most important aspects of Brave’s roadmap, lies on top of Solana. In exchange, Solana will encourage developers to use BAT on Solana-based dapps.
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