So let me get this straight, i posted here months ago, and amended my claims, but after getting on with life and practically not using brave for anything ‘cryptocurrency’ related, i came back to withdraw some of my Bat from AD revenue, and im back to square one. Why is KYC required to take the AD revenue that i have earned? This is a “privacy” browser correct? SO the only way i can take my bat out, is if i create an uphold account, which requires way too much personal information. Am i correct in assuming that? There is no reason that your brave wallet is unable to send funds to any other wallet like atomic or coinomi or samurai. Privacy wallet that requires you to use KYC to take out your money… This seems to me like if it was a commonly known “feature” of brave browser than the future is looking pretty grim. The U.S. cracking down more and more on exchanges and cryptocurrencies is making people resort to Decentralized exchanges that have no kyc verification, and it seems like im going to have to get rid of all my bat while its still worth something if brave requires a centralized wallet. There is no normal wallet that requires a KYC to use it. I am so dissapointed i will not be using brave any longer and i will be dumping the thousands i have invested into BAT as a result.
It really is too shame.