A new privacy-focused browser pays users for looking at ads by letting them share the revenue

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

Ever wish that you could get compensated for perusing the internet? Turns out a new web browser is willing to make your dreams come true -- that is, if you're willing to look at a few ads in the process. The privacy-focused browser, Brave, which was designed to eliminate advertisements and allow users to peruse the web without other companies collecting their information, will now compensate users who allow some ads. Under the new feature, when a user decides to opt-in on the Brave supported ads, they will be paid 70 percent of the ad revenue through crypto tokens when they decide to interact (click). The tokens called Basic Attention Tokens will be given out once a month according to Gizmodo.