Chances are that you may have heard about Tutanota, an innovative company that aims to grant people from all around with a truly anonymous email service. By automatically encrypting all data, and offering an open source platform you can be sure that your email is viewed only by the desired party.
In light of their two year anniversary and the one million users milestone, Tutanota has released a blog post, outlining what the future holds for the company. In it, other than talking about technical developments meant to make the platform more secure, Tutanota has also announced that they’ll begin accepting bitcoin payments.
While Tutanota is free, users also have the possibility to upgrade to a premium membership, which grants them additional benefits. So far, the payment for the upgrade could be made via other payment methods, which did not guarantee anonymity. However, as Tutanota aims to keep things as mysterious as possible, the addition of bitcoin support will surely encourage more of those who are concerned about their privacy to join the platform.
There is also a possibility for the company to add Monero support, which is a secure, untraceable and private digital currency, similar to bitcoin. Although the decision has not been made yet, we expect the firm to take the right step and integrate Monero-based payments as well.
Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you think about Tutanota’s bitcoin integration? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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