After about 6 months of consistent use I feel it outperforms Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox and the Opera browser.
Brave Browser is Natively More Secure
With ad-blocking, HTTPS Everywhere and tracker blocking features built-in. Yes, some or all of those plug-ins and extensions are available on other browsers. Personally, I tend to trust software that defaults to security, like Brave, over software that requires you to turn it on or download it separately.
Brave Browser is Crypto-Friendly
With the built-in MetaMask extension (a near must-have for Ethereum/ERC-20 token holders and dApp users) and native Basic Attention Token [BAT] support.
Brave Browser Reduces Ads While Rewarding Content
By pioneering a new advertising paradigm by rewarding content producers for making great content rather than spamming the consumer with pop-ups and ads (learn more about the Basic Attention Token here).
Brave Browser Respects Your Privacy
Brave doesn’t track you like other browsers that rhyme with Rome. Combine it with a search engine like DuckDuckGo and a strong VPN and you’re on a good path to online privacy.