In one of his most recent podcast episodes, Joe Rogan reveals that he uses Brave Browser to avoid internet adverts and Google tracking.
Rogan’s podcast is downloaded over 190 million each month. The podcast was recently at the centre of a new $100 million deal which will see Joe Rogan’s podcasts episodes provided exclusively on Spotify.
In the podcast, Rogan and the podcast guest spoke for 30 minutes about internet privacy. Rogan reveals his support for internet privacy.
“If you want to use Instagram or if you want to use Facebook, you’re getting tracked…I’ll go to Brave, a private browser, and I’ll look up the product there.”
More companies have gone to extra lengths to collect and analyze data of users. With an ever growing field of opportunities in the cryptocurrency space, Brave could be the key to heightened levels of privacy for owners of cryptocurrency.
“There’s so much value in knowing what you’re up to; knowing where you’re going, what you’re buying, what you’re saying,”
Over 15 million active users use Brave each month. This presents a 125% growth over the last year and 5 million daily users. There are many reasons for the rising popularity of Brave.
The browser is based on the Chromium web browser. It makes it possible for users to send cryptocurrency contributions in the form of Basic Attention Tokens to websites and creators of content.
Meanwhile, Facebook continues to develop its decentralized technology project, Libra. Changes in the organization’s new whitepaper include stablecoins, regulated nodes, and permissioned at first. The changes could present a significant process to help Libra to launch as a more regulated approach is being taken.