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Hidester VPN Announces Exciting News That a Wide-Range of Cryptocurrency Now Accepted as Payment Methods

Many people, smartly, turn to a VPN to be able to surf the web privately.  Hidester VPN has made their service even more anonymous announcing they now accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency for payment.

February 5, 2018

It’s hardly a secret that all kinds of prying eyes look at where a person goes and what they do online.  Of course, this makes many people uncomfortable.  Hidester VPN has built a remarkable reputation as a resource in this area, providing a service where users can reliably and safely conceal their true I.P. addresses.  To help protect privacy to an even greater degree, and add a new convenient way for customers to pay at the same time, Hidester VPN recently announced they are accepting Bitcoin and a large number of other popular cryptocurrency for their services.

“We are always looking for ways to improve or add to what we offer,” commented a spokesperson from the company.  “We’ve had requests to add cryptocurrency as a VPN payment method, and we are now proudly opening up that option.”

According to Hidester VPN, in addition to Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Ethereum, Nav, Neo, Qtum, Stratis, USDT, Waves, Monero, Verge, Ripple and Zcash are also accepted.  Hidester delivers free access to users who may not be able to get content based on their location, full protection where data is kept safe on any network used, and complete anonymity.  No user logs are ever kept.

Torrents, P2P, and downloads are all permitted when using Hidester VPN.

“Thanks to the encryption service from Hidester VPN, our members data cannot be captured by hackers when using public Wifi networks” said Hidester spokesman, referring to several past cases in which users had their crypto wallet content stolen when using public Wifi networks as they were not using any VPN service to protect themselves.

Feedbacks for their services have been completely positive across the board.

M.T., from California, recently said in a five-star review, “I travel a great deal for work and there’s nothing worse than having streaming services blocked when I am in Europe. Hidester VPN is a quick and easy way around that, plus it conceals my activities online, which aren’t anyone’s business but my own.  It’s quick and reliable, and now I can pay with Bitcoin too!  Fully recommended.”

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