On December 8, the U.S.-based coffee firm that uses cannabidiol (CBD) in its product, Crazy Calm, launched a promotion that aims to send $5 per order to the charity EatBCH. The founder of Crazy Calm, Matt Aaron, also detailed that the startup wanted to leverage the payment processor Shopify but the company closed their account because they sell CBD infused goods. Aaron notes that bitcoin cash is quite helpful because of its censorship-resistant benefits by removing the middleman from the equation.
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