The Brave browser and its Basic Attention Token (BAT) just added another verified mainstream publisher to its list of partners.
According to original posts on Reddit, the Washington Post recently integrated with Brave to accept contributions in BAT on its website. As such, the Post’s readers can now donate BAT to the publication via the Brave platform.
Users trumpeted the news as a major adoption milestone and with good reason. Owned by Amazon, the Washington Post is one of the largest media outlets in the United States, and this is just the latest publisher to adopt Basic Attention’s model in recent months. Other mainstream publishers that Brave and BAT have on board include Vice and the Guardian (U.K.).