I can't verify my wallet but I've got 2000 BAT

Description of the issue: I can’t verify my wallet 'cause it said I need 25 BAT, but I’ve got 2000 BAT AND Yet I can’t.

Brave Version( check About Brave):
Brave 1.23.76, Chromium 90.0.4430.93

Mobile Device details
Moto G6 - Android 9, Build/PPSS29.55-37-7-10

2000 bats? how long you been collecting that, seems strange to have that amount unless you’re a creator as well, I been here from beginning and haven’t acquired any where near that amount, how did you do it ?

I am having 107 bat bro that is also they are not helping me to transfer in uphold even though it is connected with uphold

Euro notation… 2,000 european notation bat = 2.000 us notation bat… you basically have 2 bat…

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Would you explain me what is euro notation bat?

in europe they use commas as what we in the US use periods for decimal point.

Euro = 1.000,99
US = 1,000.99


And I’ve euro bats for some reason? Or just ir happen? I’m from Argentina, it have to do with something?

Here it’s a period instead of a a comma

from https://www.smartick.com/blog/math/learning-resources/decimal-separators/


The countries found to the north, like the U.S.A and Canada, use the decimal point, although the comma is used in the Francophone area of Canada as well. Countries closer to Central America, such as Mexico and the Caribbean Islands, also use the decimal point. However, South American countries such as Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, and Uruguay, among others, use the comma.


Can you please open a topic in #brave-rewards:rewards-support and fill out all the requested information so we can best assist you?


@AgusDirewolf I believe @megaspaz is correct here – the BAT you see in your wallet is 2 BAT, not 2000. The comma is where the decimal place is typically shown – so you are seeing 2,000 which means you have 2.000 BAT = 2 BAT.

Ok, thanks for your support guys, really!

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Thanks go @megaspaz for the quick and accurate solutions :+1:

Closing this topic as it has an answer.