Luke Mulks from the innovative new web browser, Brave, returns to The Tatiana Show.
Brave, the privacy focused web browser, is on a mission is to fix the web by giving users a safer, faster, and better browsing experience while growing support for content creators through a new attention-based ecosystem of rewards.
Tatiana and Luke discuss the importance of privacy in the digital age and the steps Brave takes to make sure privacy is their number one priority, why the companies in Silicon Valley are not as competitive with each other as people think, and how Google and Facebook’s privacy settings are not really keeping your data from being collected.
Luke describes the Brave Rewards system where a user can earn BAT tokens for viewing privacy respecting ads, how to fund the content creator and publishers you enjoy and visit the most with BAT, and how Brave is giving back in this time of the COVID19 crisis by working with non- profits such as No Kid Hungry.
About the Guests:
Luke Mulks has founded multiple businesses of his own, worked for others, freelanced, taught, worked in print publishing, print production, photography, video, audio, illustration, web design, development, user experience, client services, ad ops, ad products, strategic planning, product integration, product support and incident response. He is a true Jack-of-all-trades.
He is currently the director of business development for the privacy focused web browser, Brave.
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