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Brian R. Bondy
Co-founder & CTO and . Past at Khan Academy, Mozilla & Evernote. Top 0.1% StackOverflow, UWaterloo grad, MS MVP. Father. Ultra runner. Meibukan.
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Stephen Shankland May 17
I checked this out and Google's earliest purchase record for me is 2008. That data is *gold* depending on how it uses it. Which of course means it's also among the most personal and sensitive.
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Vitalik Non-giver of Ether May 8
Wait what?
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Brian R. Bondy May 8
Replying to @Larry13462
We have the Android release in testing, I agree 2 weeks is not acceptable and we'll do better next time.
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Sampson May 4
Time for an epic giveaway! I have 100 limited edition, sequentially numbered, gold and copper, 2-inch coins. 20 of them are up for grabs! Follow and retweet for a chance to win. First coin to go will be number 075 (copper). Winner chosen Friday, May 10 at 3pm EST.
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Sampson May 4
The front is adorned with the and logos, as well as 's first commit hash. The back displays the familiar Brave name.
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Brian R. Bondy Apr 26
We do not count Linux for referrals at the present time.
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Brian R. Bondy Apr 25
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Brian R. Bondy Apr 25
Replying to @BrendanEich @posix4e
thanks
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MyCrypto.com Apr 24
We're excited to be working with and to be labeled as one of their launch partners. Good things abound!
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Brian R. Bondy Apr 24
Congratulations on the announcement and team!
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CoinDesk Apr 24
JUST IN: Privacy-oriented browser is launching today its long-anticipated product where users are compensated in for viewing online ads. reports
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Stephen Shankland Apr 24
Three years after releasing its ad-blocking browser, now shows its own privacy-first ads on personal computers and gives you 70% of the revenue if you sign up. Android iOS ads are coming next.
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Brave Software Apr 24
Today we're launching the 1st ad platform built on privacy. Brave desktop browser (0.63.48) users who opt into Brave Ads receive 70% of ad revenue share. Brave puts the user in control, rewards them for their attention, and helps fund content creators.
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Brave Software Apr 16
Curious about GDPR and CCPA, Russia and China creating segregated Internets, or balancing crime prevention with privacy? Join Brave's CISO this Thursday in SF at 6pm at 's Internet Privacy Panel with . Sign up via .
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Brave Software Apr 17
Brave Rewards is now live in today's version of the Brave browser for Android (1.0.91). To celebrate, there are 100,000 grants available for users so they can start rewarding their favorite content creators!
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Fast Company Apr 17
Brendan Eich’s Brave browser is designed to make browsing faster and more private—and though it blocks ads, it has a plan for paying publishers
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yan Apr 16
do you like open source and securing servers? brave is hiring for a Senior Infrastructure Security Engineer!
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Brian R. Bondy Apr 15
Could you check in about:adblock? Any regional lists selected?
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Luke Mulks Apr 11
One of the great things about testing the platform early in our Nightly/Dev/Beta channels is the opportunity to try out some different use cases for our go to market ad unit. This tweetstream covers a recent test to use our ads as Social Drivers. Here we go...
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