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Host1Plus Accepts Bitcoin Payments

February 4, 2015
| Articles, News

Good news, guys! We have engaged in collaboration with Coinzone and now you can pay for your services in Bitcoin!


This week we have announced our partnership with Coinzone – an Amsterdam-based Bitcoin merchant payment gateway and point-of-sale solution provider.


We are pleased to announce that the collaboration was a great success and now we accept Bitcoin transactions.


Why Did We Choose Bitcoin?


The growing relevance of Bitcoin payments was the core purpose of our decision to implement cryptocurrency payments for our hosting services.


Being aware of the demand for Bitcoin payments, we have engaged in a long an thoughtful discussion and implementation of this digital currency. Our collaboration with Coinzone was the essential step in making this thing happen.


As we were aware of the benefits digital currency payments might bring for Host1Plus customers, we have sought the implementation of the digital currency to our checkout system.


How Did This Happen?


We are grateful for our partners at Coinzone for their expertise and patience while working together on Bitcoin payment adoption.


Following lengthy discussions, we have prepared a well-measured projection of the Bitcoin inclusion into our payment methods. We took an extra-careful approach to these changes, as we want to ensure immaculate security, functionality and reliability for our customers who use Bitcoin.


As a result, we are proud to join the sparse ranks of hosting providers, who offer non-traditional payment methods, based on their customer convenience. We hope that these changes will bring more value to our clients, as well.


Want to learn more about our collaboration with Coinzone? Check out our press release or visit their blog.


If any questions regarding the Bitcoin adoption occur, please contact us at support@host1plus.com, via live chat or call-in service.

By Viktorija Poderskienė
Categories: Articles, News
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