Posted 1 year ago | by Ben Armstrong
Joe Rogan Uses Crypto-Friendly Brave Browser
Well-known podcast host Joe Rogan and his guest Reggie Watts discussed privacy-centric Brave Browser on a recent Joe Rogan Experience episodes. The browser counts podcast host Joe Rogan and musician Reggie Watts among users, and it has also earned an endorsement from the pair.
A few days ago, the privacy-centric and crypto-friendly Brave Browser officially reported the addition of 15 million monthly active users and 5 million daily active users in April and May 2020.
Brave Browser is Digital Protection
During the episode of Joe Rogan Experience which was posted on June 2, 2020, Brave is mentioned by guest Watts, who said that he uses Brave to find products from sponsored ads without worrying about his browsing being tracked.
Rogan, responded by confirming that he also prefers Brave Browser. Watts disclosed that he uses search engine DuckDuckGo.
Rogan stated that:
"They're not looking in your underwear. They're not checking under your fingernails...If you want to use Instagram or if you want to use Facebook, you're getting tracked.”
Watts agreed, adding:
"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...going to do everything I can to protect myself … without being paranoid."
Rogan is super popular and has immense influence via his podcast, which has nearly 8.6 million subscribers on YouTube.
Recently, Rogan signed a multi-year licensing deal worth $100 million to put the podcast exclusively on Spotify at the end of this year.
About Brave Browser
The open-source web browser Brave focuses on delivering the highest privacy by not tracking customer’s browsing data and providing ample security tools, which are available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS as well.
The browser also gives users the rewards of Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) for viewing ads from trusted partners. BAT then is distributed to users’ favorite websites monthly or as one-off tips.
Big tech companies like to suck your data like greedy pigs, and then abuse the trust you have given them. There is no way to fight them directly, as most people are sheep, and have no idea that they are being manipulated, and just go along with the system.
If you want to stop big tech in its tracks, just use Brave Browser. You will also be paid to look at adverts, which is pretty cool. The big tech companies horde all the advert money, and use it to further enslave the minds of the human sheep who use their platforms.