Gab Turns to Square’s Cash App After Coinbase Allegedly Froze Its Account

Gab Turns to Square's Cash App After Coinbase Allegedly Froze Its AccountGab Turns to Square’s Cash App After Coinbase Allegedly Froze Its Account

Controversial social media site Gab is reportedly now using the Cash App from United States-based payments firm Square (NYSE:) to transact and receive (BTC) donations. The company’s official Twitter posted the announcement Jan. 6.

Founded in 2016, Gab is a social network which presents itself as a haven for uncensored speech online. It has risen to notoriety due to a perception that it serves as an “echo chamber” for “extremist,” alt- or far-right views — many of whose proponents have allegedly been banned from networks such as Twitter and Facebook (NASDAQ:) on the grounds of their alleged violations of these platforms’ rules on hate speech.

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