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Brave browser takes step towards enabling a decentralized web

Brave browser takes step towards enabling a decentralized web

Brave has become the first browser maker to support IPFS (InterPlanetary File System), a peer-to-peer protocol meant for accessing decentralized or censored content. A classic P2P protocol similar to BitTorrent, this is designed to work as a decentralized storage system. Brave, which launched in 2016, is currently believed to have around 24 million monthly active users.

Kathy
Kathy
Hayden
Hayden 2 months

Brave is the shit, if you don't have it get it for mobile and desktop! This is exciting.

Aaron
Aaron 2 months

This sounds neeeeat

scribe
scribe 2 months

Ooooo nice

Justin's Socks
Justin's Socks 2 months

Brave is great! It's my daily browser.

Martin
Martin 2 months

Federate social media is the way to go.

jo‌‌n
jo‌‌n 2 months

everyone should use brave as their everyday primary browser.

Irish Dave
Irish Dave 2 months

Swap back to Brave after Firefoxs comments a couple weeks ago, happy I did now

Joe
Joe 2 months

Is this the beginning of Piper net? All jokes aside, this is a great idea with a lot of potential. But we all need to commit if we really want an open and free internet.

John
John 2 months

Brave shills in overdrive, be warned.

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