I agree with you on most things. And I really believe that a decentralized web would benefit all people, also those that have no understanding or doesnt care about how it works and how it benefits their privacy and so on. You can access most DeFi & Dapp projects with an browser extension, or even Brave’s built-in Wallet (I will never use that one for obvious reasons)
But the goal with creating this thread, was to get attention on the rewards issue, please dont wonder of into all kinds of other topics in this thread. And… publishing a top-10 list of defi/dapp coins doesnt belong here. I would be veeery careful to promote investments or say ‘this coin is a better investment than this coin’ - If someone takes it very seriously and really invests their life savings (people actually do this, just after googling “best crypto investment 2022”) , then they might hold you responsible or referr to your statement as of why they did it. Which is not offence, but very uncool.
- Its another thing to publish proper analasys and such, but personal opinion on investments, should stay with you.
For refrence, I agree on the top 10 list, and I am using crypto in my everyday life and spend very much of my week studying the subject.
web3 and decentralization is huge, and a very positive thing. And I will continue to support development in these areas. I can accept that Brave is a web3 browser, depending a little bit on definition.
But what do you mean with the statement “Brave is on my top 10 web3 or ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) for crypto coins to buy in 2022” ? “Brave” is not a coin, but they do have their own ‘coin’ - BAT. And I am pretty sure that Brave is not an ETF or listed at Wall Street, I dont think they have done an IPO. (I am not 100% on these things, but pretty sure) - I think I understand what you mean, but for someone with low knowledge of crypto etc, this could seem misleading.
Think of all the people who bought stock in a company with the ‘ticker’ “Signal”, based on Elon Musk’s tweet about supporting the privacy chat app Signal, and ended up with shares in a completely different company who has nothing to do with the app (Signal app is not publicly listed), That should say something about how big consecvenses can be when
incorrect information is published, or is very open to misinterpretation.
- I dont think you can buy “Brave”, or shares in Brave, but you can buy BAT, and Brave is an ‘open-source’ project where everyone can join as developers. Typically open-source projects are not publicly listed, for example on wall street.
Anyhow, lets try to stay on the subject.
What I would like to get your thoughts on is how to escalate this issue and cast awareness on Brave’s reward system and practises. Do you have any ideas? I mentioned Reddit, cause it has way more users, and probably will create a bigger buzz around the subject. Also I think there already is posts on this there.
But if you or anyone has some other ideas as to who might be able to do something about this, I would love for you to post that kind of things in this thread
Have a terrific day!