Seems to be like Reddit ideas are coming quickly—you possibly can confirm your Reddit account now!

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28 COMMENTS

  1. I only found this after seeing this tweet by Maxence on Twitter (can’t remember his Reddit handle haha): [https://twitter.com/MaxenceCornet/status/1142471132467159042](https://twitter.com/MaxenceCornet/status/1142471132467159042)

    I don’t think it’ll show up anywhere yet, and you can’t send or receive tips on Reddit yet, but you might as well get your account verified before the feature is released.

    ?[Go here if you want to verify your Reddit account](https://creators.brave.com/), then once you’ve created an account and logged in, click “Add channel” and select Reddit.

  2. I did sign up but I stopped at having to sign up for uphold. Seems lame. Could did not go directly into my bat Wallet? What is the deal with that?

  3. Holy shit, this’d be huge. Always wondered why reddit gold, silver etc can’t be actual crypto..

    Edit: shit, it’s actually happening. HUGE.

  4. This is awesome! I’ve already got it connected to my Twitch and I’ve seen a bit of support from that as I’m an active streamer, but this will be so amazing for reddit, like a reddit gold that ACTUALLY matters!

  5. Anyone getting a Could not authenticate you from RegisterRedditChannel because “Csrf detected” error when adding your Reddit account as a channel?

  6. Best project in crypto right now, hands down. I love the momentum!

    Is there any info about how to tip redditors once the feature is enabled? I’d love to test it out early by giving dcwj a tip.

  7. Next up – Medium tipping. Then Github user/commit tipping. After that I’m pretty much out of specific places I’d like to tip, leaving only “anywhere a cryptographically signed comment is left” which Brave would support for authors via “highlight text and sign” feature, then automagically detect the sig in any web comment and add a “tip me” option for browsers.

    However back to Reddit tipping – well Redditors can be a pretty skeptical, snarky, and ruthless bunch, we’ll see how this goes. Would love to see the stats for Reddit channel creation because obviously Reddit publishers are Reddit users and will almost certainly be using Brave and tipping. It’s a perfect fishbowl to see how viral this thing can be.

    Maybe we should standardize on a hashtag for including in comments when a BAT tip was also left, like #BATipped – or maybe at this point we have to spell it out with a tip comment, and links to how to become a Brave publisher etc.

  8. Can’t use Brave as my OS is not compatible with it (OSX 10.9). It’s quite frustrating to see all these features without actually being able to use it.

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