NameCheap Domain Name Registar Now Accepts Bitcoin For Payments
Bitcoin Makes Its Way to Namecheap, Making It the First Crypto They Have Accepted
Namecheap is a website that allows consumers to register, host, and manage an online domain. Until now, their available payment methods included credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal. However, a recent decision resulted in the new acceptance of Bitcoin.
For individuals that are not familiar with this token, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency. It works as a peer-to-peer currency that is not anchored down by a particular area of the world and is completely decentralized. Every transaction is performed on the blockchain, which is secure and unable to be changed manually by any user or entity.
On Namecheap’s website, they stated that their users have been asking about the use of Bitcoin for quite some time. This will not change any of their performance, as they continue to support online freedom and innovation. Hopefully, consumers that see this new change as a positive addition to the company.
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— Bitcoin.com Official (@BitcoinCom) August 6, 2018