Tutanota, a provider of an encrypted email service, has begun to accept donations in bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash and monero in order to test payment processing using cryptocurrencies, the company announced in a blog post.
Bitcoin mining firms looking to set up shop in Quebec will now have to pay more for electricity.
The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has issued another warning to consumers, advising them to exercise caution and carry out comprehensive research before investing in any cryptocurrencies, including those advertised as utility coins or consumption coins.
Encrypted Email Service Tutonata Tests Cryptocurrency For Payments
Quebec Approves Energy Rate Hikes for Bitcoin Mining Firms
CFTC Issues New Warning on Utility Tokens & Other Cryptocurrencies