So when you are using the @brave browser and type in "binance[.]us" you end up getting redirected to "binance[.]us/en?ref=35089877" - I see what you did there mates 😂
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Works for binance[.]com as well
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Tried this with a dozen other exchanges (derivatives & spot), nothing. Seems like this is a #Binance only thing @brave?
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I am the last one who has something against ref links, but this seems a bit cringe when you think about Braves "mission"
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Ok it is not a "redirect", but an autofill. Just with binance you get autofilled a reflink like it seems.
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1:32 PM · Jun 6, 2020

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Don't know anything about the things in the past. Anyone else? news.ycombinator.com/item?id…
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Reddit, holy shit
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Happy to see that @brave already fixed it now 2 hours ago in their code! "Fix for the affiliate ID fuckup" github.com/brave/brave-brows…
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He keeps posting this screenshot in which it doesn't seem so bad as it were.. Guys. Just. Stop.
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Now I know what people meant with other incidents with Brave in the past... One of my followers send me this link. It is about a weird "contribution program" for (small) artists who publish content online. I know enough now. Bye @brave news.ycombinator.com/item?id…
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Replying to @cryptonator1337
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Try it with Google as search. It was directly there, not after re entering.
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The first time I went to the site it did do a redirect. Closed and added .us/en and no referral. Still shady for a complete stranger to profit from your trading activity without consent. That’s the difference.
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