Carbon Collaboration with Presearch
Carbon Collaboration with Presearch, a privacy-focused, decentralized search engine that launched in 2017 and has amassed over 4.3M registered users.
With a focus on privacy and decentralization, Carbon and Presearch make a powerhouse in web3 tech, for a combined 10 million + registered users/downloads. Effective today, Presearch will be the default search engine for Carbon Browser users. As Carbon announced its Collaboration with Presearch.
What this means in real terms
By integrating Presearch into its Carbon browser, now when users search from the search/address field, searches will automatically be directed to Presearch instead of DuckDuckGo, providing Carbon users with a search engine that is even more aligned with their values.
For Presearch, it’s an opportunity to reach a wider audience of users who are passionate about decentralization, privacy, and web3, and who are interested in owning and earning cryptocurrency. This integration provides another easy, seamless way to use Presearch on mobile, resulting in a growing user base for both projects.
About Carbon Browser
The Carbon Browser is a privacy-focused browser that protects users from data collection and tracking. Carbon Browser blocks ads, cookies, and other tracking technologies, and it also encrypts data that is sent and received. The browser also has a built-in VPN that allows users to browse the web anonymously.
Carbon offers users a unique combination of dapps, custom bookmarks, faster speeds, rewards, privacy, ad blocking and more!
Presearch is a privacy-focused, decentralized search engine that launched in 2017 and has amassed over 4.3M registered users and is one of the most popular blockchain websites. With Presearch users can search online and still keep their privacy.
Presearch is the leader in decentralized search with over 72,000 nodes run by community operators powering the search engine. With the success of the Mainnet launch in May last year, Presearch is looking forward to future roles for nodes such as crawling, indexing and file storage.