Brave Launches An Alternative to Google Search Engine

Brave Alternative Search Engine

Rate this post Privacy centric-browser, Brave, is looking forward to launching its search engine, which can be seen as an alternative to Google Search Engine. The company made the announcement on Wednesday, in a press release that Talicat will work as a foundation for Brave search. Brave’s Alternative to Google Search Engine Tailcat was developed on top of a complete independent index unlike other search engines, that rely on the results of Google. Acting as the foundation for the search engine, it uses personal data or collects IP addresses to improve search results. The announcement drafted the features of Brave’s upcoming search engine, the company’s believes, and demands of privacy.  The most unique feature of the engine is privacy, along with openness, transparency, and independence. Also, the search engine offers different options for ad-free and ad-supported searches. The additional feature of “user-first” is also available in the search engine.  Brave’s Mission For Search Engine Brave’s latest announcement is backed by the significant achievements of the company. The privacy-centric browser recorded over 25 million increases in the number of monthly active users.  The browser has also experienced growth in its revenue. Due to ads, the revenue has increased 28 times in over 16 months. Commenting on the growth on the platform, Brave’s CEO and co-founder Brendan Eich said that “the company is looking forward to higher demands for Brave, by people who seek privacy to escape “Big Tech’s invasive practices.” There are close to 3,000 campaigns in approximately 200 countries, with over 2 billion Ad confirmation events. Eich added: “Brave’s mission is to put the user first, and integrating privacy-preserving search into our platform is a necessary step to ensure that user privacy is not plundered to fuel the surveillance economy.” In February, Brave released specifications for its version 2.0 along with the plans for its BAT 2.0 roadmap was the introduction of a native Ethereum wallet and the addition of a decentralized exchange (DEX).   

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