Support Mozilla Using Bitcoin, Say Hello to Firefox 34
Article by George Norman
On 25 Nov 2014
If you are a Firefox fan, you may want to support Mozilla, the non-profit organization dedicated to promoting openness, accessibility and innovation on the Web.

The news is that there’s a new way of supporting Mozilla: Bitcoin.

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Until now, you could make a donation to Mozilla using your credit card or Paypal. Now, you can also make a donation using Bitcon.

“If you would like to donate bitcoin to the Mozilla Foundation, please visit this link which is the home of our secure Coinbase form. Coinbase is a bitcoin wallet and payment processor, which allows us to securely and immediately convert bitcoin to U.S. dollars,” commented VP at Mozilla, Geoffrey MacDougall.

Lots of big name organizations accept Bitcoin as a valid method of payment. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Wikimedia Foundation, Greenpeace – these are just some of many other big name organizations that provide support for Bitcoin.

All this talk about Bitcoin reminds me of Malwarebytes. At the start of the year, the security company announced that it started accepting Bitcoin for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro, the company’s antimalware suite.

I started this article by saying that you may want to support Mozilla if you are a Firefox fan. Earlier this month, Firefox celebrated its 10th anniversary – and to mark the occasion, Mozilla rolled out Firefox 33.1, an anniversary edition that introduces a new Forget button, features a New Private Window, and lists DuckDuckGo as as a pre-installed search option. But Firefox 33.1 is already a thing of the past. That's because...

Today, November 25, Mozilla starts rolling out Firefox 34 to the public.
It comes with the following new features (as pulled from the release notes):
  • Default search engine changed to Yandex for Belarusian, Kazakh, and Russian locales
  • Improved search bar (en-US only)
  • Firefox Hello real-time communication client
  • Easily switch themes/personas directly in the Customizing mode
  • Wikipedia search now uses HTTPS for secure searching
  • Implementation of HTTP/2 (draft14) and ALPN
  • Recover from a locked Firefox process in the "Firefox is already running" dialog on Windows.
Firefox 34 for Windows is available for download right here on FindMySoft.



Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, Bitcoin, Firefox 34, update, web browser
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