Posted 1 year ago | by Ben Armstrong
Brave Browser Desktop Browser Adds Built-in Binance Widget!
The Brave Browser team has announced that it now has a built-in Binance Widget. The new desktop browser version grants access to Binance trading through a native widget, which makes buying tokens a lot easier for Brave Browser users.
The widget has been tested for over a month and is ready to be used on a broader scale. Brave’s new crypto widget that allows users to seamlessly manage their digital assets at the comfort of their favorite browser.
The crypto widget was developed through a partnership between the teams at Brave and Binance, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency trading platform in the world today. It was launched on the 30th of April.
Brave Browser Makes Buying Tokens Simple With Binance
This is the first time that Brave Browser will offer this kind of functionality to its users. It already has an amazing feature set, and this new app only makes it a more competent web browser for crypto users, and non-crypto users alike.
There are over 13.5 Million active monthly users on the platform who want to trade, purchase, and pay with Nano (NANO) for their daily online transactions. This new app provides an easier on-ramp to the world of tokens.
Simplex will provide the gateway for the purchase of NANO over the VISA network.
To interact with the widget, users need to link it to their existing exchange account first.
Users can trade and sell assets held on Binance by a few clicks. The widget works for both the regular Binance platform and the Binance.US exchange.
The founder of Nano, Colin LeMahieu, told media that the new widget will speed NANO’s adoption and is likely to bring cryptocurrencies to a broader online audience.
“I’m excited that Nano will be in the hands of more people. I think that once people see how simple and seamless cryptocurrency can be, it will be the stepping stone people need to integrate cryptocurrency into their lives and businesses.”
Other cryptocurrencies are supported by the new Brave widget, including:
- Bitcoin (BTC)
- Ethereum (ETH)
- Basic Attention Token (BAT)
- Binance Coin (BNB)
- Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
- Dash (DASH)
- Paxos Standard (PAX)
- Tron (TRX)
- Binance USD (BUSD)
- TrueUSD (TUSD)
- Tether (USDT)