Running RepArchive costs money: servers, domains, software licenses, legal uncertainties, opportunity costs. But we still make it free for all users and have no content hidden behind a paywall.

If you want to support our free work, this page will give you a few examples of how you can do so and how it helps us. In many instances you don’t even have to pay anything out of your pocket.

Knowing that RepArchive can cover the bills, thanks to your support, allows me to dedicate more time to RepArchive and our sister sites.

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  1. Brave Browser

Brave Browser

If you haven’t heard of Brave Browser*, you are missing out. Brave is changing the internet for the better: The browser has an integrated ad-blocker. Opting in to see curated ads will yield you crypto currency that you can convert to cash or tip to verified creators, like RepArchive.

Brave blocks ads that track your activity, leading to increased privacy. You can opt in to still see a manageable amount of privacy- respecting ads. Choosing so rewards you with Basic Attention Tokens (BAT), a crypto currency with a real value.

You can then withdraw the BAT coins to your crypto wallet or tip them to verified content creators like RepArchive or our sister sites.

Brave runs on Chromium, the same engine that powers Google Chrome. It is supposed to be even quicker and more energy efficient. Another great feature is that Brave has Tor tabs, the simplest solution to use the Tor Network as a casual user.

Sending a Tip

To see the tipping menu simply click the triangle icon at the end of the URL. Click “SEND A TIP” to send a one-time tip.

Alternatively you can setup a monthly contribution. This would be highly appreciated. Monthly contributions only take your existing BAT, you won’t get a bill if you can’t cover it. Again, you get those tokens through everyday browsing.

We recommend going to the Rewards Settings to review auto-contribute. It will auto-tip your tokens to sites, depending on how much screen time they had. This does not exclude tech giants, and we think Brave should be used to tip to small content creators that rely on those tips. In the rewards settings you can either exclude sites from auto-contribute or turn it off all together.

Is it legit?

Absolutely, I’ve used it myself, I’ve tipped and withdrawn BAT. We’ve been a Brave Verified Creator for a long time, and even got tips from our visitors without ever mentioning it. Lot’s of people are using Brave already.


Brave is the perfect solution to what we try to convey on this page. You can support us without having to dig in your own pocket. You won’t be getting rich by using Brave, that’s obvious, but we don’t want big sums from you anyways, if everyone used Brave and tipped a quarter every month we’d be covered.

Support us by using our affiliate link ( to download Brave and sign-up. After using Brave and getting token we’re awaiting your tip. Thank you.

More ways coming soon…


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