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Brave Software, the company behind theĀ Brave BrowserĀ andĀ Basic Attention TokenĀ (BAT), revealed last week that it is testing a new feature that would allow users to tip their favorite content creators directly on Twitter (TWTR) using BAT.

According to the brief announcement, Brave is testing the functionality with users of the Nightly desktop version of the browser that acts as the testing and development grounds.

The process of tipping looks to be very simple, as users simply send their tokens with a button that shows up on the Twitter UI. However, to receive funds, users need to be registered as creators in the Brave network.

Similar functionality was recently released by Tippin,Ā an independent project developing a simple web custodial wallet to receive and manageĀ BitcoinĀ (BTC) through the Lightning Network, which rolled out a Chrome extension for sending and receiving BTC tips directly on Twitter.

There is currently no indication as to if and when the BAT tipping functionality will be released for Brave’s various browsers. At present, Brave browser users can tip websites and other content creators through a built-in donation portal, so expanding the functionality to social networks would dramatically increase users’ ability to support creators.

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Disclaimer: This articleā€™s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can beĀ tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.



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