13 May '13, 8pm

Namecheap And Bitcoin – A Review

Namecheap And Bitcoin – A Review

Things have been going fairly well here at CryptoJunky.com over the last several months. In light of this recent success I decided to go ahead and pick up a few additional domain names, and what better place than NameCheap. For those that aren’t aware, NameCheap was one of several large internet based companies that decided to accept Bitcoin earlier this year. What follows is a quick overview of my experience using Bitcoin with NameCheap. My Account Before setting anything up I went ahead and checked to see if the domain names that I was looking for were available, which they were. I haven’t used NameCheap in the past, simply because I’d become comfortable with other hosting services. Creating a new account was easy, simply clicking on My Account -> Sign Up For An Account Now. Adding Funds NameCheap allows you to either pay at checkout or add funds ahead of time. With Bitc...

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