JUST LAUNCHED ON PANCAKESWAP
Browse is an extension found on the google web store. Recently, the company launched a new service, “Browse-to-Earn.”
New York, United States, 16th Sep 2022, Browse is a new chrome extension that allows you to earn while you browse by installing the extension (insert link). When installed on the browser, it gives $BRS rewards for every minute spent on browsing. In a recent development, the company has launched the new service “Browse-to-Earn.”
The Browse Extension is launched and tradable on Pancakeswap. Intending users can accumulate browse now and claim when mainnet is released in a month. They can start collecting BRS tokens today for free.
Moreover, the browse extension allows users to withdraw $BRS rewards at a preferred time to the wallet with one click. This year, an estimated 3.2 billion internet users worldwide were using Chrome as their primary browser. Still, they never get rewarded for being on their browser, and that’s what our browse extension came to do.
Furthermore, the company created this extension to give people the experience of getting rewarded for a daily activity which is a dream come true. It contains the following exclusive features:
- EASY TO DOWNLOAD: The extension is available on the google web store and can be uploaded with one click.
- FULLY SECURE: Browse guarantees users a fully private and secure experience with no fear.
- LIVE BETA VERSION: The team introduced a demo version before the token launch so that users can start accumulating BRS tokens
Consequently, Browse native token $BRS is live on pancakeswap.
For further information or to download extesion visit: www.browse.finance or purchase using the browse smart contrcat Binance Smart Chain.
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