How to convert BAT to BTC


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Converting BAT to other currencies

You can convert BAT to your national currency on Beaxy. Check the converter above to see what the conversion rate is. Simply select your national currency to see what the price of BAT is. The best part is you can place an order for BAT directly from the converter once you select your currency!

About BAT:

Brave was first conceptualized in May 2015 by Brendan Eich (creator of Javascript) and Brian Bondy, who sought to disrupt the digital advertising industry by creating a platform that better protects user data while rewarding content creators and consumers for their participation on the web browser. The browser eventually launched in January 2016 with a built-in ad blocker and the ability to keep user data private. The founders originally planned for bitcoin to be the native asset of the Brave web browser but concerns over scalability issues led the team to create their own token to be used on the browser. In May 2017, the Basic Attention Token (BAT) was released, raising more than $35 million to pay for further developments of the Brave web browser and BAT. Today, anyone using the Brave browser can be rewarded in BAT.

The Basic Attention Token is an ERC-20 token native to the privacy-focused Brave browser. It aims to improve the efficiency of digital advertising by serving as a token that can be exchanged between publishers, advertisers, and users. The Brave browser is an intuitive browser that measures user attention, and the user is matched with ads serving their interests in an anonymous manner. The token’s utility is driven by user attention whereby users opt-in to be compensated for viewing advertisements on the Brave browser and are paid out in BAT. The aim of the browser is to preserve user privacy while fairly rewarding publishers and advertisers, cutting out the “middleman”.

The Brave web browser is a privacy-focused application that is open-sourced. Brave browser users are able to use comprehensive ad blocking. The browser can also block tracking scripts giving it privacy comparable with Tor-browsing. The Basic Attention Token is integrated with the Brave browser through a tool called Brave Rewards. The Brave browser software is compatible with devices that run Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and linux operating systems. The development team for the Basic Attention Token is releasing an SDK package that will allow operators of other web browsing platforms to easily integrate the BAT token and distribute the rewards across multiple different web browsers.

The current supply of the BAT token is 1,500,000.000. All of the BAT that will ever exist were created with the initial launch. Of all the BAT tokens that were created, 66% of them were distributed to the original inventors of the Basic Attention Token and Brave web browsing platform. 20% of the BAT tokens were set aside for future incentive programs that aim to grow the total amount of people using the Braver Browser as well as the Basic Attention Token. An additional 4.42% was allocated to the development pool which is used to compensate those that are working to both maintain and periodically upgrade the protocol. Finally, 8.92% of the BAT tokens were also given to the development pool but with the special stipulation that the tokens be locked for 180 days before they can be used. This ensures the project can fund its development for a longer time horizon.