Web Hosting Company GeeksHosted.com Now Accepts Bitcoin after Business Boom
A webhosting company, GeeksHosted officially announced that they are accepting Bitcoin as their payment options. Now, customers will be able to pay with Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin to purchase domains on the platform.
The company posted,
“We now accept bitcoin !
You can purchase any hosting plan from us by using Bitcoin simply and easily.”
GeeksHosted which was established 6 years ago, sells web hosting and dedicated servers. Their motive is to create a web hosting system built by Geeks and for Geeks.
Experiencing the sudden boom, Catalin Florica of GeekHosted mentioned that they didn’t expect their customers to buy their cheap dedicated servers in such large numbers.
Their server features ultra-fast and reliable web hosting environment with affordable domain name including 320 cheap domain names. It also offers professional website design, SEO services for higher website ranking, development services and top web security support for SSL certificates with quality service of 99.99% uptime and web hosting plans at just $1.95 per month.
Subscribers can leverage reseller, shared and VPS Hosting options to improve their businesses and GeekHosted accepts PayPal, Paysafecard, Perfect Money, Credit Card, American Express, Bitcoin Hosting and 50+altcoins payment options offering heavily discounted servers with 2 months off for annual subscription and 20% discount on subscription’s first month.
GeeksHosted has now adopted Bitcoin and other coin payment after suggestions from their clients to manage their crypto-niche patronage and has become one among the few web hosting companies accepting cryptocurrencies payments as Cataline mentioned that it is a plus for them as not many hosting companies accept Bitcoin.
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