Browser maker Javascript pays users for viewing ads

Jan

21

2016

The creator of JavaScript and former director Brendan Eich of Mozilla is currently developing a browser that users pay for viewing ads. Users can then pay that money to publishers of sites that they think are worthwhile.

After a donation to the site blocks the browser ads on that site, writes Business Insider, based on information from Eich. The browser named Brave can do that, because it serves their own ads and ads that sites put themselves or have them installed locks with a built AdBlocker. Eich wants to earn money to offering these personal ads.

Of the ad revenue is 55 percent to the publisher of the site where the ad is up 15 percent after the company that serves the ads, 15 percent to the company of Eich and ’10 -15 per cent ‘to the user.

Brave does not serve any ads, but relies on tags that collects in the browsing history. Users can manage the tags themselves. It is unknown whether there are publishers of major sites in the sea to continue the business of Eich. Brave must come out later this year for Windows, OS X, iOS and Android. The browser named Brave is based on Chromium, the open source version of Chrome.

Eich was known as the creator of JavaScript when he was a few years ago the director of Mozilla was. After some time came it off because it became known that he is against gay marriage.

Updare, Thursday: Eich bljkt the Android browser Link Bubble bought by developer Chris Lacy. Brave has to have Link Bubble under the name Brave Android on Github put.

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