The HTC Exodus One Blockchain Smartphone can be delivered with a Brave Browser
Exodus one is a crypocurrency and HTC blockbuster phone. It is designed as a native mobile blockade and is rigid with cryptocurrency and localized applications (dApps).
Revealed in a very recent post by co-founder Brendan Eich, who created the Mozilla browser - Brave will be the default HTC browser.
HTC Exodus One is built with the localized blockade promise. The phone can store personal keys in a very secure area on the phone, known as Zion.
Although the browser itself is not based on blocks, Brave will eventually change BAT based on Ethereum.
Challenging the current Internet
What Brave Browser will do is to give users the power to block all ads and cookies, possibly offering faster search, charging, and navigation. With this, Brave hopes to require a number of search markets dominated by Google and Microsoft that collect a vast amount of knowledge for consumers.
In addition, Brave plans to reward consumers who join the opt-in to review BAT ads that advertisers have to pay, possibly returning the reward from knowing the owner of the information. Since September 2018, Brave has already reached 10 million downloads and 4 million active users, and the growing figure may have influenced HTC's choice.
Neither Brave nor HTC provide detailed explanations of the partnership. HTC phones are well liked, but the blocked mobile market is not justified. If Exodus one sales go well, they will raise Brave's customer base.