Telefuel Started To Accept Bitcoin Cash

Telefuel, a new unofficial platform for the Telegram messaging application has announced the firm is now accepting bitcoin cash payments for its Pro version. The news first appeared on Telefuel’s Telegram channel on October 22.

With its higher privacy, Telegram is a very useful tool for developers, crypto enthusiasts and firms. However, it has a lack of features that would make of it a much more organized and efficient solution for power users. Telefuel team tried to fill the gap with their new application that allows Telegram users to have an enhanced experience.

The solutions provided by Telefuel include features from Slack and also from Discord. Users can leverage the platform for their business, coworking, collaboration, keeping in touch etc. but with bigger productivity and ease. On Telefuel, users can enjoy Slack-like features that support individual and group workflows. Such features include chat folders, workspaces, keyboard shortcuts, unread mention filters, and split tabs for DMs, groups, bots, and channels.

Commenting on the move, Telefuel co-founder Alan VanToai said:

“We’re building Telefuel to serve power users on Telegram, so crypto-industry professionals are obviously an important focus for us. Bitcoin Cash is an important pillar in the industry, so we’re happy to include BCH among the currencies we’re accepting for Telefuel Pro.”

The app offers bulletproof security and data privacy. All user messages go directly to and from Telegram’s servers via their secure messaging protocol, MTProto. Telefuel never sees, touches, or stores any of messaging data.

Telefuel is available for Mac, Windows, Linux, and on the web. Native iOS and Android apps are coming soon.

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