Seemed like just another browser to me. They advertise it as being more secure and more private than other browsers, but I'm skeptical it is any more private than Chrome or Firefox at least on Android and iOS. I mean, it is available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store, and I doubt they'd allow people to go truly incognito, especially Google. On desktop it has the ability to open windows in Tor, but why not just install the Tor browser in that case?
FWIW, the company was started by the guy who used to run the company responsible for the Firefox browser (Mozilla). I think he helped create it as well. He was forced out for contributing money to the campaign to overturn gay marriage in California.
One thing I'd like to be able to do is run YouTube minimized on my phone for free so I could listen to some podcasts/vlogs I like. Firefox with desktop turned on on mobile used to support this but no longer seems to. Brave never has, at least when I tried. Google really wants you to buy their YouTube premium and won't tolerate us peasants trying to figure out workarounds.
Having said all of that, if there's a way this place could monetize my shitposting here via that Browser I'd be willing to switch. Why not? I'd just need an explanation of what I need to do.