MonoVM Now Accepts Bitcoin For VPS And Domain Services

Whenever new companies start accepting Bitcoin payments, there is cause for celebration among digital currency enthusiasts. MonoVM is now accepting Bitcoin payments for their services, including domain names and web hosting.

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MonoVM Offers Domain Names For Bitcoin Users

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Digital currency enthusiasts have no shortage of places where they can register a domain name with Bitcoin. That being said, it is always positive to see new companies venture into the world of digital currency payments, even if they are offering a service most people might look for elsewhere.

MonoVM has an extensive range of domain names and extensions users can register these days. It is the first thing people see when visiting a website, and a catchy name will ensure users will come back sooner or later. Moreover, search engines seem to prefer proper domain names, rather than shortened URLs or free domain extensions.

But MonoVM offers a lot more than just domain names, as they are in the Windows and Linux VPS service too. Compared to some of the other Bitcoin VPS providers we have looked at in the past, this company is offering a higher price, which may turn away some potential customers. Then again, a lower price isn’t always beneficial either.

Web hosting packages are available as well, and start as low as US$0.99 per month. In fact, the most expensive plan MonoVM has to offer will set customers back by US$4.99 per month, which is not all that expensive either. With 5GB of disk space and unlimited bandwidth, email accounts, and databases, this price seems to be relatively fair compared to other companies.

One thing to consider is how MonoVM has some less than stellar reviews so far, although these should always be taken with a grain of salt. Not too many people are satisfied with the VPS service provided by this company, as there seem to be some stability issues they need to work out. Some other reviews dispute these claims, although there are recurring references regarding lackluster customer support as well.

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