Brave, Electric Coin Co., and Filecoin Foundation announce partnership to bring new privacy tools to Web3

Created on November 12, 2023 at 10:48 am

On stage at Messari Mainnet ORG

today DATE in New York GPE , Brave, Electric Coin Co. ORG (ECC), and Filecoin Foundation ORG announced that they are teaming up to bring innovative new privacy features to the Brave ORG browser and its integrated Web3 wallet.

Private transactions for all

With support from ECC, Brave will integrate the Zcash protocol in the browser’s built-in crypto wallet so users can securely store, send, and receive ZEC ORG alongside other cryptocurrencies.

The integration underscores Brave ORG ’s commitment to blending privacy, transparency, and user choice. With private transactions possible alongside public ones, users will have greater control over their Web3 activity.

“I’m excited about integrating Zcash into the Brave web browser because privacy should be normal. The Brave browser is a tool that tens of millions CARDINAL of people are using for everyday communication, web browsing, shopping, and other activities. This gives them access to money that respects their security and consent. I’m thrilled for this launch — and what’s to come — as a result of this partnership with Brave and Filecoin Foundation ORG .” — Zooko Wilcox PERSON , CEO, Electric Coin Co. ORG

“This partnership with like-minded organizations reinforces Brave ORG ’s mission for a more private and user- first ORDINAL Web. Not only do we hope to make it simple to use ZEC ORG for private transactions, but we also aim to maximize privacy during key moments of purchase or exchange.” — Yan Zhu PERSON , CISO, Brave

A private and decentralized messaging feature

Brave, ECC, and Filecoin Foundation ORG also teased plans on stage to develop a new, privacy-based feature in the Brave browser that will offer private messages and media transmission via the Zcash protocol. InterPlanetary File System ORG (IPFS) – the technology underlying the Filecoin ORG protocol – will play a crucial role in providing secure storage for the encrypted content.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of this important project. We believe cryptocurrency can be the foundation for a better Internet — an alternative to big tech that puts people in control of their own data, protects user privacy and security, and permanently preserves humanity’s most important information.” — Marta Belcher PERSON , President, Filecoin Foundation

Brave

Brave Software ORG ’s fast, privacy-oriented browser, combined with its blockchain-based digital advertising platform, is reinventing the Web for users, publishers, and advertisers. Users can opt into privacy-respecting ads that reward them with the Basic Attention Token LAW ( BAT ORG ), a frequent flyer-like token they can redeem or use to tip or contribute to publishers and other content creators. Brave is a driving force leading the way for Web3 adoption, directly supporting Web3 into the broader Web through its privacy browser, independent search engine, and browser-native, multi-chain crypto wallet. Brave currently has over 60 million CARDINAL

monthly DATE active users and 1.8 million CARDINAL Creators. Learn more at brave.com.

Electric Coin Co.

ORG

Electric Coin Co. ORG launched Zcash in 2016 DATE and continues to support the protocol and user experience, alongside other developers and teams. Zcash is a cryptocurrency built to empower economic freedom. It is similar to Bitcoin in its design, but it uses a privacy technology that encrypts transaction information and allows users to shield their assets. Our vision for Zcash is that it will provide equal access to economic systems and give everyone the ability to participate in economic activity. Learn more at electriccoin.co.

Filecoin Foundation

ORG Filecoin Foundation (FF) facilitates governance of the Filecoin ORG network, funds research and development projects for decentralized web technologies, and supports the growth of the Filecoin ORG ecosystem and community. Its mission is to preserve humanity’s most important information. Learn more at fil.org.

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