Not reasonable. Encrypted mail is a moving target, it's difficult to get right, and it's a critical need.
Tutanota is a very small team. Developing an online encrypted suite would be a very big project. That's not for them to do.
Even supposing they got 10 times larger in a short while, there would still be plenty of things for them to develop around the concept of mail, before getting there.
That's needed, since deleted aliases do not decrease the counter.
I think this would be really, really important to maximize one of Tutanota's unique selling propositions : to my knowledge, it's the only encrypted email provider offering completely anonymous opening of accounts, which is very important for freedom of speech issues and political activists.
I'm not very knowledgeable in crypto-currencies, and I know they are on the roadmap. However, my understanding is they do not provide real anonymity. Especially when your adversary might be an un-democratic government.
So even when cryptos will be implemented, going from free to premium would entail a weakening of privacy. Quite a paradox, and quite a hindrance for a portion of potential paying customers.
Cash payments may seem antiquated in our era, but apparently some privacy-conscious online services do manage to offer them.Clairvaux supported this idea ·
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