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“We believe in a free and open internet”-Matt Russell, Namecheap

For long, corporate entities have felt uber-cautious about getting into issues of public interest, as regardless of a company’s position, voicing support or opposition is guaranteed to spur some sort of public reaction. And why risk alienating some customers when you can simply stay mum and stick to your business? But rarely do we get to see the other side of the spectrum; i.e. the pleasant sight of companies that feel so passionately about an issue that they’re willing to share their opinion in the public sphere; howsoever risqué it may be. And Namecheap, a top-shelf American based ICANN registrar with 3 million domains is a bellwether when it comes to issues related to internet freedom and privacy. A vehement opponent of anti-privacy legislations for long, Namecheap further substantiated...

Web hosting Provider Namecheap Now Accepts Payments via Bitcoin

Namecheap, a leading American based ICANN registrar with 3 million domains, today announced that it’ll now be accepting payments via Bitcoin, a peer to peer decentralized currency that enables instant payments to anyone located anywhere in the world. It has no central authority, so managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the P2P network. In addition to Bitcoin, the company also accepts payments via  PayPal, Google CheckOut, Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. The company began considering the acceptance of Bitcoin a while back and today announced that customers can use Bitcoins to purchase Namecheap’s range of services, which include domain names, Web hosting, SSL certificates and security programs. The move has come in light of   heavy requests fr...

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