Brave Browser, an internet browser that protects privacy and is synchronized with crypto, has announced that the browser has managed to obtain more than 10 million monthly active users since the launch of Brave 1.0 in November this year.

This represents an important milestone given that it reached 10.4 million active users, compared to 9 million last month. At the same time, your BAT token is now trading at just over 0.19, representing a 4% increase.

It is important to note that there is still a long way to go to Brave, in fact, according to the W3 counter, it still does not manage to rank among the 10 most popular browsers in terms of market share. Right now Chrome accounts for 59%, while Safari and Internet Explorer share 14.6% and 9.5%.

And it is that the browser is determined to continue innovating and adapting to the new times. In fact, on November 13, it officially launched Brave 1.0, an update of the beta version of Brave Browser, in an attempt to offer its customers a complete set of unique features, which make this browser stand out from the rest.

So the rapid advance that the browser has seen is completely justifiable, going from 8.7 million monthly active users in October to 10.4 million active users on all platforms at the end of November 2019.

Therefore, in addition to the increase in browser adoption, the Brave team has also hinted that the daily active users of the platform have tripled in the last 12 months, to 3.3 million.

Not to mention that, last month, Brave also broke the record for downloads on Android devices. And, in addition to that, he observed a 12-fold increase in verified editors; Therefore, according to the information published in BATGrowth, the total accumulated number of publishers in Brave was 341,880 on December 6, compared to the 28,000 editors verified at the beginning of the year that the browser had.

In this way, if Brave continues with this growing trend, it could end the year with more than 12 million monthly active users and reach up to 50 million users within a year.

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