Proxy.sh one of the most innovative VPN providers have announced they are now accepting a huge range of cryptocurrency payment types.
They have partnered with cryptocurrency payment provider CoinPayments to handle the secure payment transactions.
Previously only accepting Bitcoin payments, Proxy.sh are now able to accept up to 47 different types of cryptocurrency as payment for their service.
The introduction allows payment for the service to be made using some of the most popular cryptocurrencies including LiteCoin, Monero, Ethereum, Dash and more.
Bitcoin payments have previously been accepted via a separate payment gateway and will be continued to be offered in that way.
The full list of cryptocurrencies available include:
LTC, ADC, BITB, BRK, BSD, CLOAK, CRW, CURE, DASH, DCR, DOGE, ETC, ETH, EXP, FLC, GAME, GCR, GLD, GRS, LEO, LEO.Old, MUE, MUE.Old, NAV, NLC2, NMC, NXS, PINK, PIVX, POSW, POT, PPC, PROC, QRK, SBD, STEEM, STRAT, SYS, VOX, VTC, WAVES, XMR, XPM, XSPEC, XVG, ZEC & LTCT.
Using a VPN service is important to protect your online usage habits and ultimately protect your privacy.
However, when making payment for a service it is often the case that personal details need to be supplied such as your name and address which are usually linked to even more privacy invasive details like your bank account with traditional payment providers such as Paypal.
Making use of cryptocurrencies allows you to make payment for the Proxy.sh service relatively anonymously without the need to supply personal credentials.
Couple this with the availability to use token based login details and Proxy.sh has just become one of the most secure VPN providers in the industry in terms of payment and access options.
Proxy.sh launched in 2013 and had an uneasy entry into the VPN market.
Persistence has paid off for this off-shore provider registered in the Seychelles leading them to become one of the most trusted and innovative VPN services available.
VPN server locations are available in over 57 different countries and apps available for Android, iOS, Windows and Mac systems.
Proxy.sh publish a regular transparency report detailing any DMCA, law enforcement or other relevant communications they receive. They also issue a warrant canary too which confirms the status of their servers and overall service.
Users wishing to pay with one of the supported cryptocurrencies can do so now by visiting the Proxy.sh website.