A selfie with a state ID that you also have to scan. That's standard procedure for most crypto sites these days. I think it's excessive since you also need to have that for the bank account you'd connect to it, except the bank would have required you to appear in person. So why even bother?I was told by them that a selfie is sufficient ID. Hate to break it to you man, but it's not.
You don't need a bank account to withdraw crypto.A selfie with a state ID that you also have to scan. That's standard procedure for most crypto sites these days. I think it's excessive since you also need to have that for the bank account you'd connect to it, except the bank would have required you to appear in person. So why even bother?
It's really only designed to block Youtube and some intrusive banner ads by default, but you can change the settings to make it block more stuff (at least on desktop, idk about phones. Mobile Brave is weirdly watered down and doesn't even have feature parody with modern mobile Chrome)I'll give it another go but before the adblock didnt work frequently enough for me to bother with it.
Yes, because it's still functioning as a bank. Cryptocurrency is real money.Uphold still applies KYC to you for whatever goddamn reason.
With other exchanges if you're just exchanging crypto for crypto you don't have to provide shit. It's only if you want to interface with the actual banking system that you need to identify.Yes, because it's still functioning as a bank. Cryptocurrency is real money.
Your point of "well you had to do KYC to create the bank account you're transferring funds into so it's redundant for Uphold to also require it" isn't accurate when the account you're transferring funds to is just an Ethereum wallet address.
Does it matter what advertising region one lives in as far as you are aware? Is there a difference between American and non-Americans using brave?They obligated a legal requirement that was explained to me and which I found acceptable. If you do not wish to support the site you can continue using Palemoon, Startpage, and whatever obscure adblocker you want. If the majority of the site uses Brave I don't have to care what dangerhairs think.
I'm pulled from receiving their money, and only their money. Advertiser money I can receive.
Edge is Chromium based now.View attachment 1181469
Among other things.
As for politics firing Brendan Eich, although the browser itself has been deteriorating visibly since its peak in 2008 or so. It's bloated as hell and slow and clunky, at least for what I usually do (lots and lots of tabs), and doesn't have dominance in plugins and extensions either. Chromium beats the shit out of it in every way and even garbage like Microsoft Edge has overtaken it.
So far as I know every major browser that isn't Firefox is. Even Opera. I suppose there's Safari but who uses that anywhere but on a Mac? Why would you? It's not very good. You could do autistic shit like Pale Moon but it isn't exactly a major browser.Edge is Chromium based now.
Hasn't it always?Does 4chanX work on brave yet?
I remember I couldn't use the legacy captcha feature, guess I'll try it again, maybe the feature doesn't work on the other browser so it's a moot point.Hasn't it always?
(The standalone Chrome extension doesn't work on Brave, but the only additional thing it appears to offer over the userscript is google sync.)