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Tutanota Encrypted Email Service Tests Cryptocurrency for Payments



Tutanota Encrypted Email Service Tests Cryptocurrency for Payments

Tutanota, a source for providing encrypted email service has planned to offer premium last year but has to postpone its policies due to inevitable circumstances. The main purpose of doing so was that they wanted to add some features and also to make anonymous encryption of mail.

The right time has come and it has positively started to accept the donation from various companies like Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether, and Monero.

The main reason to do so is to check the processing of payments by using the cryptocurrencies, as per the blog posted on their official site. Tutanota is a German Firm wants to have a decentralized payment system which has the capacity of independent processors like banks and credit card based companies.

The company has a firm belief that the decentralized system of making payment will support anonymous mail which will obviously help journalist, editor, human right activist and other groups that needs special protection.
The company has added more features to secure its service and the present email client with its new app is in ‘beta’.

They too have an IOS app with them which will help them by making schedules to follow. The poll was done by the users on Twitter and Reddit for Ether, Bitcoin, Monero does not stand with the expectation.

The support for these cryptocurrencies is ranging from just 6% to 20%. However, Tutanota has decided to check the three cryptocurrencies with Bitcoin by-election.

The company has also taken a risk to use the donation wallet. The main purpose behind same is to determine whether it is appropriate to use the cryptocurrencies payments and also to check how the payments can be made automatically.

Now, the firm has the only option to hope for the best and wait for the customer’s responses.

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Rupali Sinha is a journalist at Koinalert. She covers the latest news and updates related to Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.