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June 07, 2011, 07:07:37 PM
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One of the most obvious services to pay for using bitcoin is usenet.
Which usenet providers accept bitcoins?

I know only this one: http://www.chundle.com/bitcoin
but it is still too expensive. I am searching something in the order of €7.50 per month.
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June 07, 2011, 10:31:23 PM
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One of the most obvious services to pay for using bitcoin is usenet.
Which usenet providers accept bitcoins?

I know only this one: http://www.chundle.com/bitcoin
but it is still too expensive. I am searching something in the order of €7.50 per month.

you can use bitcoin2cc to generate a virtual visa, pay anybody you want. probably other merchants in marketplace with virtual visas

newshosting.com is a good one i used to use. giganews probably the cheapest
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