Brave Reward are less as compared to previous month


I have received 8.813 bats for 473 ads just wanted to clear the calculations is it valid or any kind of bug.

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Not a bug. The amount of BAT per ad has decreased, partly because the price of BAT has increased (making each ad more expensive for advertisers to buy) and partly because advertisers are buying fewer ads (because they’re more expensive). Not only that, but advertisers have to see evidence that the ads are increasing their business (i.e. users buying stuff from the ads they see), or the advertisers will take their advertising money elsewhere.

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Let’s start with the fact that now the price for BAT has decreased, and the rewards have remained the same at the price of BAT 1.60 $

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Yes, the price of BAT just recently decreased after a long period (months) of steady rise. It’s still well above where it was just a few months ago. It will take a bit of time for the BAT per ad to catch up.

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Advertisers pay for advertising in $ (setting up advertising campaigns).
The price of rewards should be floating depending on the BAT rate
As we were originally told.

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SHOULD be floating? Perhaps. But it’s more likely that these things are set for a month at a time instead (advertising contracts and all that).

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The price was reduced by 2 times in the middle of last month.
Despite the fact that the contract was signed at the beginning of the month.

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And the advertising contracts were already locked in for the duration of each campaign. You can see those campaigns here:

https://sampson.codes/brave/ads/my_region/

I have already started to see some upward adjustments in the BAT per ad on some of the newer campaigns.

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The fact of the matter is that they were concluded at the same price, and in the middle of the month the amount of remuneration was reduced by 2 times.

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The price per bat fluctuates minute by minute, so there were FAR more than 2 changes (upward AND downward) in that time span. Contracts are based not only on the current price per BAT but also the expected price per BAT during the contract.

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I repeat once again that advertisers pay in $
they don’t care how much BAT costs
Brave is already placing a bet in which they pay us rewards in BAT

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Your getting free money for doing what you would be doing anyway! Come on people, stop complaining!

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Since when is my attention free?
If I see an ad, they have to pay me for it.

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I hear you but the paradigm shift from web2 to web3 is going to take time. Just be glad that you are an early adopter and are part of this big shift.

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My position is completely different.
Either do it well or not do it at all.
And I don’t like being out of control.
User feedback is disgusting.

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then, before brave, YouTube – and almost every other site – was paying you for every ad they showed you?

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Now it’s about Brave
Which provides such a service and at the same time it stands in place.
The essence of this browser, replacement of all advertising and implementation of our own, for which we are paid.
If you are part of the community support, don’t you know this and ask such questions.

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Here you are correct BAT is released by brave not by advertisers and also BAT is also traded in many countries by which there was a growth in BAT’s price so keeping that in mind they are releasing less BATs so that they can make a good profit through BATs by providing less amount of BAT as reward.
So in future also they won’t provide much BAT’s for viewing ads.

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It isn’t about money it’s about commitment.

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No, I’m not – ignore this text –

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