So… I am openly critical about things I do and don’t like about anything, including Brave. For example, there is rampant censorship raging across all platforms, including Wikipedia - and yet - I still struggle there, and elsewhere, on the front lines to bring information, seek truth, and promote solutions.
So I’m researching and writing an article about WebTorrent from scratch and to my surprise, lo and behold… BRAVE SUPPORTS WEBTORRENT ! ! !
So Bravo to Brave !
You may freely read and improve my/this article:
I knew I kept using Brave Beta for a reason. I have not used my WebTorrent or BitChute for that matter, but I feel terrific knowing that Brave is embracing solutions for freedom, however you choose to express it - that’s up to you.
That said, is there any chance that Brave could also support the Protocol Labs interrelated suite of IPFS, IPLD, Multiformats, libp2p, and Filecoin? If you were to embrace those you’d be first to see the future of the Decentralized Web. Many new things will be coming down the pipes, assuming they don’t censor them. From social media to DTube to whatever - all with potential to earn you money, perhaps even a living, doing stuff you’d otherwise do for free on Facebook, Google, etc. (I do it for free anyway, but some folks like the incentive.)
Wikipedia censors some of my efforts, so rather than point you to their guard dogged IPFS article, I’ll point you to my uncensored, fuller detailed article here:
The future is looking bright, as my recent Wikipedia disambiguation expansion (so far uncensored) can attest:
Thanks for surprising me Brave.
P.S. If it happens that Brave is already supporting IPFS then I apologize and wish to know more. Also, you might want to get your publicity guys on that, as I the WebTorrent info was on their site whereas I’ve explored a lot regarding IPFS, by no means the authority, but I haven’t seen anything connecting Brave and IPFS. Then again, it seems to me that the corporate media don’t want to discuss or promote a free and open Decentralized Web or better alternatives and solutions.
P.P.S. I still hope for a far better vertical tab tree. Having been brutally abused a couple years ago in Google Chrome by the Sidewise addon problems that still persist to this day, I am better prepared for it’s very problematic limitations and for the most part have adjusted my “technique” to accommodate Sidewise in Brave - only because I’m growing more fond of Brave.