Basic Attention Token’s Brave Browser Added One-Click Wayback Machine Support

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  • The Brave browser has, in their latest update, added a feature that is called the Wayback Machine.
  • The Brave browser has now become the first web browser in the world to offer the one-click easy access to an amazing archived version of the internet web pages.
  • The Brave browser provides a way for its users to be able to send and receive cryptocurrency easily.

The Brave browser has, in their latest update, added a feature that is called the Wayback Machine. But what is this new feature?

The Brave browser, unlike the more popular Chrome and Edge Browsers by Google and Microsoft, respectively, is an open-source web browser that has been developed by the Brave Software, Inc.

This browser has been mainly based on the Chromium web browser. Being an open-source web browser, it can block ads and other website trackers. The Brave browser also provides a way for its users to be able to send and receive cryptocurrency easily. It also allows the users to send crypto to various websites and many content creators in the form of basic attention tokens easily.

The Brave browser has been written in c, JavaScript, C++ languages and can be used on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS operating systems easily.

The Brave browser has now become the first web browser in the world to offer the one-click easy access to an amazing archived version of the internet web pages. This can be made possible by making use of the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.

But how does the Wayback Machine work?

If you visit a web page on the internet and find that the 404 error (not found error) is being shown, you can still load the page by loading an already saved version of the web page.

If you happen to visit any page that is not available or is missing or taken down, the Brave browser will automatically show a notification that states to you, “Sorry, that page is missing. Do you want to check if a saved version is available on the Wayback Machine?.”

You can then scroll through all the older versions of the web page and then choose from them. Though the machine does not have all the webpages online, it has saved about 400 billion of them.

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