Startup Adtech Slice has implemented Bitcoin’s Lightning Network in its web browser extension, allowing users to earn BTC rewards for viewing ads.
It uses Zebedee’s Lightning Network integration, which has previously been used in various games.
Courageous popularized the concept of giving users cryptographic rewards for using its web browser and it did saw an increase in the number of users consequentially. But now you can add similar functionality to a number of browsers, including Chrome and even Brave, and make money Bitcoin in the process.
Starting Adtech Slice announced today that it has integrated Bitcoin payments into its browser extension, allowing users to earn cryptocurrency by viewing ads while browsing the web. The free Slice extension works with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and even Brave.
The new extension is based on Bitcoin payment initiation technology Zebedeeand uses The Bitcoin Lightning Network for micropayments. As users browse the web, they will see additional advertisements placed on the pages. Viewing such ads earns users points called Slices, which can then be exchanged for Bitcoin via a Zebedee account.
“Today, people who surf the web are right to have high standards for receiving value in exchange for their attention and to claim that value in the form of real money, delivered to them instantly,” said Darina Oumanski, COO of Slice and co-founder. a release.
Brave users will be able to simultaneously earn both Bitcoin rewards (via Slices) and Brave’s Basic Attention Token (BAT), confirmed a Zebedee representative of Decryptallowing for a double drop in crypto rewards in exchange for viewing more ads while browsing.
Zebedee previously focused its technology on games and last year launched modified servers for the hit first-person shooter game “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive” (CS: GO) which allows players bet and win small amounts of Bitcoins measured in satoshis, or “sats”. Each Bitcoin (BTC) is made up of 100 million satoshi.
The company recently partnered with game developer Viker to expand the BTC earning model in familiar games like Solitaire and Sudoku, as well as a Wordle-like game called “Missing Letters”, which reward all players with free satoshi.
In July Zebedeo raised a $ 35 million Series B round of funding that included the participation of Square Enix, the well-known video game publisher behind hit series such as “Final Fantasy” and “Kingdom Hearts”. Square Enix recently made a number of other moves in the NFT and Web3 space shifts his attention towards new technologies in gaming.
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