Oregon residents use decentralized network Althea and pay relay fees in cryptocurrency

According to Bitcoin.com, the coronavirus has caused severe damage to the entire U.S. economy, and many residents of Clatskanie, Oregon have no access to the services of an Internet provider (ISP). This situation prompted the town to adopt a decentralized network called meshe ISP called Althea, whose users pay relay fees in cryptocurrencies. Althea users currently accept two cryptocurrencies, namely DAI and ETH.