Before the internet revolution, all that the web was static, hardcoded HTML pages that served information to the visitors. Then came Web 2.0, which introduced dynamic web pages and the ability to respond to users’ actions on the website, take input, and store them. Web 2.0 is what we’re using today.
Brendan Eich, Co-Founder of Mozilla
Brendan is now the CEO of Brave Software, a firm that develops the Brave browser, which made it to our best Google Chrome alternatives list. Brendan co-created BAT (Basic Attention Token), an in-browser cryptocurrency that rewards users for browsing the internet by showing ads. Here’s how you can earn cryptocurrency using the Brave browser. In 2017, BAT managed to raise over $35 million.
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