LA Times has officially begun accepting tips in Basic Attention Token

13 Apr, 2019
by David Borman
LA Times has officially begun accepting tips in Basic Attention Token

It has been reported on twitter by the bot that the LA Times, one of the United States' premiere news sources, has been verified to receive tips through the Brave Browser utilizing Basic Attention Token (BAT). This means they join a growing list of prominent organizations also adopting the system.

While this news is exciting, it should be noted the LA Times is hardly alone in this adoption. It was quickly pointed out on twitter that The Washington Post is also verified to receive BAT tips.

Indeed, as displayed in the below screenshot, many important businesses such as The Guardian, DuckDuckGo and even CoinMarketCap all have been set up in this system.

This stands to be a good sign for BAT and Brave browser, as prominent companies leading adoption very well could stoke general adoption from anyone wishing to support these companies.

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