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  1. #1
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    Digitalocean reseller accepting bitcoins

    Greetings everyone!
    I have web application so I needed to rent hosting to make some tests.
    I prefer to use bitcoins as payment option. Digitalocean cloud hosting service was suitable for my demands, but they don't accept btc.
    I've decided to search for some ways to get it and have found bithost.io, they resell DO hosting on an hourly billing accepting bitcoins, I can purchase droplets for several hours for my tests, that is awesome.
    Hope it would be useful for you too.

  2. #2
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    I can say bithost.io is service provider with good reputation. My friend told me they are accepting bitcoins and you can get their service for like a couple hours just to test something like app or website how it works, that's cool as for me.

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    It may seem a bit irresistible to search and compare different webhosting packages - the hosting market is so competitive.
    Take a look at QHoster.com cPanel reseller hosting solutions. Use coupon wht10life - 10% lifetime discount.
    I would recommend this host to anyone who asks me for quality, cheap web hosting.

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    Indeed bithost.io is reselling digitalocean droplets for bitcoins, they use DO's API and servers are created, deleted, resized in real time. Mainly developers prefer to buy droplets for several hours so they can test applications, that is why they bill hourly.
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  5. #5
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    Using bithost.io would be really useful for those who needs digitalocean based hosting to buy with crypto-currency on an hourly billing basis e.g. developers to test their applications, to me they seems reliable.
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