Karma Mobility, a leader in mobile internet technology, announces the acceptance of Bitcoin as a payment method beginning with the Karma Black shipments on January 15th. Karma Black, the first WiFi hotspot and Personal Security Appliance designed with cryptocurrency in mind.
Karma Mobility Announces Acceptance of Bitcoin as Payment Method
by Mobile Marketing and Technology
JANUARY 04, 2018 – Karma Mobility, a leader in mobile internet technology, announces the acceptance of Bitcoin as a payment method beginning with the Karma Black shipments on January 15th. Karma Black, the first WiFi hotspot and Personal Security Appliance designed with cryptocurrency in mind.
“Anonymity is key to any cryptocurrency and that is what Karma Black delivers.” Says Todd Wallace, Karma Mobility CEO. Mr. Wallace continued, “Our new Karma Black product is designed to prevent companies and agencies from capturing and tracking your online activities. We have chosen to stand with citizens who disagree with the new FCC views on privacy and ‘Net Neutrality’. ‘Going Dark’ is the Karma Black slogan. It is a not-so-subtle reference to undercover operations and the ability to take actions without being observed by unintended onlookers.”
Owners of Bitcoin should never perform cryptocurrency transactions ‘in the open’ or in an unsecure and unencrypted environment. The local nature of the Bitcoin ‘blockchain’ means that the devices being used to perform transactions should be treated as banks more than communication devices.
Bitcoin users should never use an unsecured public WiFi to hop on and make a purchase or trade currency. With a 2.3 ounce Karma Black in your pocket, you and up to 7 of your friends can be invisible while surfing and using your new online gold. “It is a simple matter of taking the currency seriously and realizing that there are people out there that will capitalize on your mistakes… literally,” says Mr. Wallace.
Karma Mobility is completely committed to the ideals of online freedom and the right to privacy. Mr. Wallace concluded, “It is very important for people to understand that the FCC now allows the sale of information about where you go online, what you do and where you are. It is quite strange that it takes a warrant to listen to your phone calls but your internet traffic can be bought and sold by anyone. We are in this fight with our customers.”
Karma Mobility will announce, in the coming weeks, shipping features that will further extend the privacy model championed by cryptocurrency fans to the final mile… anonymous shipping.
About Karma Mobility
Karma Mobility began in 2012 with one simple idea: everyone should be able to get online, everywhere they go. Karma introduced the first peer-to-peer WiFi device that allows users to pay-as-they-go, with no contracts, and is made for sharing. Today Karma is the choice for people on the go who travel for work and leisure, or need an extra connection as a backup or for special circumstances. Karma continues to disrupt the WiFi with innovations like the best in market priced DRIFT pay as you go plan. Visit yourkarma.com for more information.