Wikileaks Shop accepts Bitcoin Cash

The official Twitter of Wikileaks made a statement of its intention to accept payments in Bitcoin Cash
01 November 2017   2535

Wikileaks, an international non-profit organisation that publishes secret information, news leaks and classified media provided by anonymous sources, made an announcement in a twitter account of Wikileaks Shop on November 1 stating that it starts accepting Bitcoin Cash.

Moreover, it was stated that the official Wikileaks shop now accepts multiple cryptocurrencies.

Nevertheless, Wikileaks itself does not accept Bitcoin Cash for donations, but it posted a tweet about accepting new cryptocurrency by its shop, notably raising awareness of Bitcoin Cash.

At the moment of writing, Bitcoin Cash has a price of $491,43 and a marekt cap of $8,232,640,865. Its trading volumes rose by 11.50% within past 24 hours, which may also be linked to Wikileaks announcement.

HTC Exodus 1 Smartphone to Start BCH Support

"Blockchain" smartphone supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens and can be bought both for fiat and crypto, worth $699
17 September 2019   207

Taiwanese electronics manufacturer HTC has added support for Bitcoin Cash to the EXODUS 1 blockchain smartphone, the press release said.

In partnership with Bitcoin.com, the company integrated a pre-installed BCH wallet into the updated software of the gadget.

Smartphone users will be able to store keys and carry out transactions with Bitcoin Cash through a Zion Vault wallet operating in a trusted execution environment (TEE).

The partnership also provides for the sale of EXODUS 1 and later through the Bitcoin.com online store.

EXODUS 1 supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens. The device sells for $ 699, you can pay for it with both cryptocurrencies and fiat money.