Brave browser has a reward program, unimaginatively named Brave Rewards that provides you with a small amount of BAT tokens (Basic Attention Tokens) every time you view one of their ads.
But isn’t that annoying and counter productive for a browser billing itself as privacy-centric? Not really, they stay fairly unobtrusive by displaying a small text ad in the bottom right of your screen. Not only that, they’re selected based on your browsing history but that information never leaves your browser.
After a couple of days of casually viewing ads I’ve made 7.25 BAT or $1.54 USD. That may not seem like a lot, but the primary purpose of the Basic Attention Token is to allow you to contribute to your favorite content creators without spending your own money. In fact, they have an option to automatically contribute your funds to creators you watch (or you can keep it all for yourself or a specific creator)
Overall it’s an interesting scheme to make money from advertising while also benefiting their users. Meanwhile, Brave is based on Chromium/Chrome so it’s a seamless transition for most users. If you’d like to give it a try you can download Brave via that link.