Tesla now accepts Bitcoin purchases, Slack rolls out cross-company messages
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Tesla is officially accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment.
In early 2021, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced plans to add the cryptocurrency.
Now the company website includes that payment option.
Musk also noted that purchases made with Bitcoin would be held as Bitcoin and not converted to traditional currency.
Bitcoin stock rose around 2.5%, after the announcement.
Slack has added the ability to send direct messages to people outside your company.
The feature called connect to DMS was announced late last year, and aims to help businesses keep in contact with partner companies or clients.
Shortly after the feature went live slack announced it would remove the ability to add messages to initial invites in order to prevent abuse and harass.
Sment And finally, Prince Harry is now a tech executive.
The Duke of Sussex announced he'll be the new chief impact officer at fetter up a San Francisco based startup focused on mental wellness.
He's also announced he will be joining the Aspen Institute's new Commission on information disorder.
Which is focused on a six month study on misinformation in America.
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