I didn't know where to ask this, but I use Stack Overflow a lot with Brave and would like to contribute/donate BAT. However, Stack Overflow (and any Stack Exchange site) isn't a verified Brave creator. I don't know what that process entails, but it would be cool and I'm sure Stack Exchange would receive a lot of contributions (in BAT of course).

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    What does BAT stand for and what is it? - Basic Attention Token. It is a utility token based on the Ethereum technology that can also be used as a unit of account between advertisers, publishers, and users in our new, blockchain-based digital advertising and services platform. -- Ownership of the tokens carry no rights other than the right to use them as a means to obtain services on the BAT platform, and to enable usage of and interaction with the platform, if successfully completed and deployed. – Rob Jan 7 at 16:36
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    related: meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/346370/… – rene Jan 7 at 16:38
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    I would say the chances of that happening are less than 1%. – animuson Jan 7 at 16:49
  • BAT is less volatile. – P.Mort. - forgot Clay Shirky_q Jan 8 at 6:58

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