Brave browser has announced a partnership with the blockchain-based competitive card game named Splinterlands. It will see the two allies that collaborate on the marketing initiatives and integrations between the two products.
The official web browser of Splinterlands will be Brave; the developers plan content to detail the browser’s benefits, all the while recommending that the players have to use Brave to play the web-based game.
On the other side, Brave now began showing advertisements of Splinterlands to the users opting into ads in the browser. Also, the browser’s built-in digital wallet can be used to purchase credits in Splinterlands.
Furthermore, Splinterlands will integrate Brave’s Basic Attention Token (BAT), which is awarded to users who agree to view Brave’s advertisements while browsing. Splinterlands players will be able to use any earned BAT to purchase the game’s credits, which can be spent buying new booster packs or purchasing cards from other players in the marketplace.
Brave now has more than 19M active users and is growing significantly in 2020. In June, the company stated that it had 15M active users; this was a significant leap compared to the 10M reported in December 2019.
In 2020, the browser had inked partnerships with top crypto exchanges like Gemini and Binance, and the count’s podcast luminary Joe Rogan among the users. Earlier this month, the Android version of Brave was the top-rated browser in Google Play Store.
Splinterlands is one of a handful of the noteworthy blockchain-based collectible card games built in the mold of the digital and physical hits like the Hearthstone and Magic: The Gathering. The contemporaries Gods Unchained and the SkyWeaver, Splinterlands’ digital cards are provable scarcity and then can be sold and are traded to other users.