Brave Browser in a Position for Massive Growth, Similar to Chrome in 2009

Every crypto enthusiast’s favorite web browser, Brave, is in a position for massive growth – drawing a parallel to Google Chrome back in 2009.

As seen in the pie chart below, 10 years ago Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser dominated the internet browser market with 61% market share. Chrome, by far the most popular web browser today, only had a market share of just 2%.

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Fast forward 10 years later and Google’s Chrome browser dominates how people browse the web.

As reported by Bloomberg on May 28, Google Chrome has overtaken its rivals by a long shot, and is now hosting over 60% of internet users. The next runners-up include Safari, Firefox, Samsung, UC Browser, and in last place Internet Explorer.

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As you can see from the graph above, Brave doesn’t even make the list of dominating web browsers people use to access the web. However, just because Brave isn’t as widely used as these browsers, doesn’t mean it isn’t as good or better.

Just look at how far Google Chrome has come. While other browsers failed to innovate and provide unique features, such as extensions that improve a user’s web browsing experience, Chrome stepped up and did just that.

Now Brave Is Stepping up Its Game

Just as Chrome brought to the table its ultra-fast, user-friendly, and feature-rich web browser in 2008, Brave is exploding onto the scene with its privacy-oriented and crypto-backed browsing experience that rewards both content creators and users with the Basic Attention Token (BAT) cryptocurrency.

Brave is revolutionizing how people browse the web and view advertisements, while giving back power to the user over their data and information. Not only does Brave do all of this, but they do it faster and better than the leading web browser, Chrome.

Taking all of this into account, it’s only a matter of time before the mainstream public catches on and begins using Brave for a superior web browsing experience.

Do you think the Brave browser will explode in growth just as Chrome did from 2009? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.