Private browser uses most invasive wallet management possible?

Brave is all about privacy, but in order for anyone to withdraw BAT tokens they need to provide device identifiers, IP address, mobile number, visual and audio biometrics, all in ADDITION to stuff required by the unconstitutional surveillance agency…
Someone please fill me in because this seems like a critical failure.

No it’s not. The data collected by Custodian wallets is governed and audited externally. So, NO. Brave and the custodial wallets don’t use your data. That data is just for KYC / AML. Without doing that, they can’t offer you an account since transferring BAT also is a financial asset.

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Privacy for user, but need to know who you are to send the funds

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