Thanks to an intuitive new Binance exchange widget, Brave users can now carry out various cryptocurrency trades. Effectively, the widget grants users direct access to Binance.com and Binance.us domains, dependent on location.
The widget comes with an extensive list of functionalities, including buying, trading and depositing. At publishing, users have access to trade the likes of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin and a number of other cryptocurrencies which will usually be listed on Binance.com, Brave Software announced in an official statement.
Brave has also ensured that the Binance widget protects the anonymity and security of all users, thanks to QAuth integration. Commenting on these developments, Brave CEO Brendan Eich said:
“By bringing a leading exchange like Binance directly into the browser, Brave is taking cryptocurrency trading mainstream and enabling users to conduct transactions with ease.”
While Eich admitted that trading cryptocurrencies can be a daunting task, he highlighted the fact that Brave’s widget would make the task a breeze. Meanwhile, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said the company was looking forward a long-term collaboration with Brave and further opportunities to boost the utility of the partnership in the future.
An early version is already available with an update coming later in April. The widget will be available and enabled by default, but users can switch it off if they choose to.
This partnership positions Brave as an ideal browser for those betting and depositing with a variety of cryptocurrencies at blockchain and crypto casinos, with it removing various hurdles between acquiring, transferring and depositing funds at a casino wallet.