BAT consists of one of the stellar teams in WEB3, the accolades and calibre of the team is a testament to their ambitions, vision for decentralized browser designed to serve instead of taking advantage of end users.
Brendan Eich is a commander in chief with 20+ years of experience in Software Engineering, creator of Java script, in the following video he talks about his journey towards the making of Java Script: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqMbzVWIAjY , he was COO turned CEO of Mozilla (Firefox browser) is one of their iconic products that they are in my opinion famous for.
In the following interview he talks about 10 year journey and how/why he and his cofounder Briand decided to start Brave: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53af6-qMR_I
Lastly, Lex Fridman interview is an additional bonus to watch, the more feels less https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krB0enBeSiE
One of the statement that stuck with me the most:
Who owns your attention? Who owns your web browsing experience? Who gets paid? If not you, then you're "product". Time to get paid.
Brian R. Bondy is a cofounder and CTO of Brave he is known for his involvement in Mozilla and Khan academy as a technical lead, he is behind all technical foundational work of Brave.
All team members are active users of social media, twitter in particular, i also like the fact how they describe their team members "industry titans"
The last and not least, the calibre of the advisors, writing reviews for them is just ruining the first impression, the best is to have a look at star team just the way they are: https://basicattentiontoken.org/team/ Show Less