NameCheap is a popular domain registrar known for their advocacy for Internet freedom.
They have donated over $100,000 to EFF, a not-for-profit civil liberties group.
Additionally, they fought against corrupt anti-internet legislation in the form of SOPA and other bills. Right now, they’re working to take a stance against CISPA (see our post CISPA is Back).
And finally, they started accepting bitcoin!
For those who don’t know, bitcoin is an online currency based on cryptography and mathematics. No government or single-entity controls bitcoin. It is a strictly decentralized and Peer-to-Peer currency.
For more information about bitcoin and how to get free bitcoin, check out my website Bitcoin Dragon.
Back to NameCheap, they proudly stated:
Namecheap is a customer-focused domain name registrar and web host. For months, Bitcoin has been requested of Namecheap among the tech audience. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve listened to your feedback.
Bitcoin is accepted for all orders on NameCheap, and definitely will continue to be.
Purchase your domains anonymously with bitcoin today at NameCheap!
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