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Special offers for bitcoin miners

Published on 23 December 2013

DataCell's new dedicated Bitcoin mining facility will offer unparalleled power density combined with the lowest power prices in Europe,

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Victory! Credit card donations to Wikileaks resuming.

Published on 1 July 2013

After Icelandic Supreme Court ruled the blocking of Wikileaks donations by the credit card processor Valitor illegal, donations towards WikiLeaks are now accepted again without time limit.

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DataCell and Mr. Edward Snowden's possible flight from Hong Kong to Iceland

Published on 21 June 2013

Some clarifications on DataCell's position with regards to ongoing Mr. Snowden case.

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OFFSET YOUR CARBON EMISSION

Published on 27 September 2011

DataCell is proud to announce its support and sponsorship of the 2011 Iceland National Motocross team, with a slogan for 2011: “Offset Your Carbon Emission”, helping the national team to train and compete in world events, as well as to bring attention to increase of the pollution in the world.

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DataCell files a complaint with the European Commission

Published on 14 July 2011

Earlier this week DataCell ltd in Iceland has filed a complaint against the international card companies, Visa Europe and MasterCard Europe, for infringement of the antitrust rules of the EU.

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Visa closes down our payment gateway, again

Published on 8 July 2011

After having opened up a gateway for DataCell for processing payments to WikiLeaks, the payments processing company Valitor (VISA Iceland) has decided to close down the gateway and terminate the contract with DataCell.

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Credit card donation to WikiLeaks is now accepted again

Published on 7 July 2011

Today we have observed that an alternative payment processor that we have contracted with, has in fact opened the gateway for payments with Visa and MasterCard, and now also for American Express Card payments. Credit card donation to WikiLeaks is now accepted again.

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