The Web Monetization API uses Interledger Payment Pointer (ILP3) addresses to transfer funds. Here’s how to set up a short vanity ILP3 alias for your wallet.
I explore the new Coil micro-payment system and browser extension, based on the proposed Web Monetization web-standard, and compare it to Flattr.
A new browser extension, BATify, brings Brave Rewards’ creator-tipping system and BAT-wallet features to Firefox and Google Chrome.
Google reCAPTCHA has a near-monopoly on CAPTCHAs. Coinhive CAPTCHA wants people to spend a few seconds mining crypto-currencies instead of solving puzzles.
Bitcoin vanity addresses are mostly pointless. They can contain branding or tiny secret messages. Here is how you make create one for yourself.
Compare the transaction fees of creator-tipping services Flattr and Brave Rewards. Which one takes the smallest cut of your subscription fee?
An app in the Microsoft Store lets you earn some Bitcoin pocket-change to be part of crypto-currency future. Or, at least enough to play with it.
Brave Software has only attracted 120 publishers to join their Rewards program that gets rid of all ads on the web.
Brave wants to build a new web browser and reinvent how the web is funded. Maybe they should focus on one thing and include more browsers instead?
Newcomer to the browser market Brave wants people to pay creators and websites directly. Removes most ads in the process.
I purchased Bitcoins with a credit card from Cubits. The experience was better than Cex.io but still not great.
I had to replace my passport and credit cards after purchasing Bitcoins from the Cex.io exchange with said authentication and payment methods.
Patreon leaked its customers’ email addresses, and Bitcoin extortion spammers has gotten hold of the leaked database.