Web host DTS-NET
has announced it now accepts a variety of crypto currencies as payment for its services. Established in 1997, DTS-NET has headquarters in Richlands, North Carolina, United States. Its suite of services includes shared hosting, reseller hosting, Virtual Private Server (VPS), dedicated servers, colocation, and domain name registration. It also offers a ‘drag & drop’ web site builder with many hosting services. DTS-NET has a solid history supporting crypto currency payment, first accepting Bitcoin in 2011.
The crypto currencies DTS-NET will now accept include Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and LiteCoin. The company has also partnered with San Francisco-based digital currency exchange broker Coinbase. Coinbase exchanges Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and LiteCoin, and offers a ‘commerce platform’ that simplifies payment by allowing ‘Instant Payment Notifications’. In addition, DTS-NET allows customers to use Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, LiteCoin and Ethereum wallets to make payments “with the rate locked in for one hour”.
"I've supported the Blockchain project since 2011 and feel like it's going to play a huge role in online commerce moving forward," explained Craig Gendrolas, the CEO of DTS-NET. "The Blockchain gives us the power to immediately verify orders and process transactions without expensive processing fees or International currency conversion. Since 2011 we've accepted thousands of Bitcoin transactions and have had multiple requests to add other Cryptos."Do you know of any other companies that have started accepting crypto currencies as payment? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.