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August 12, 2016, 09:41:12 AM
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What about IPs? I never use VPN so maybe this question will be silly.. but.. How i can choose area? Is it possible to have floating IPs? (Not sure if i use correct words to ask about my needs..)

Using a VPN, you will be provided with a different IP address. You can also choose various servers or areas in the world. VPNs will let you access site that are blocked in your area.

If you only want to hide your IP address you can use proxy apps or plugins in your browser. Hope this helps if this is what you mean. Smiley

It seems like you never updated the list ? even though we (me and other users) gave you list of other VPNs out there HuhHuh

Hi! Those Bitcoin VPNs on our list are those that we think are the best and those that we had experienced using. Most of the suggestions here are so far good but we do not intend to change our listing yet. We are working on trying those suggested and may add it to our listing. We will take that as a suggestion and we appreciate it. Thanks Smiley

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August 12, 2016, 05:24:57 PM
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I've found that there is a VPNcoin out there.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789961.0

Hope this helps.

Of course you will still need to buy this VPNcoin with Bitcoin first.
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August 20, 2016, 02:42:57 AM
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I've found that there is a VPNcoin out there.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789961.0

Hope this helps.

Of course you will still need to buy this VPNcoin with Bitcoin first.

Thanks for suggesting this. It got a lot of features and definitely one to try out. Smiley

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August 21, 2016, 12:44:02 AM
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It was great fun, as with the acceptance of the bitcoin as transactions to buy VPN. can provide a superb introduction to VPN users who do not yet know the bitcoin > I am very glad that this could be done and would probably be incredible things
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August 21, 2016, 12:48:12 AM
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They are not on the list but I recommend https://www.ivpn.net/ so far.

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August 21, 2016, 04:14:34 AM
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finally cyberghost accepted payment with bitcoin, this is a good news. because i really falling in love with cyberghost  Grin and i will selected cyberghost to be a best vpn. although now i only use their free service. beside cyberghost, i am waiting for zenmate for opera and mozilla browser. if zenmate ready to accepted payment with bitcoin, this will be good and we have option to buy vpn with bitcoin.

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August 21, 2016, 04:20:10 AM
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This would be so nice to all users who love using VPN to browse, watch videos, downloads in any site online and the same time using bitcoin to earn.



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August 21, 2016, 04:28:10 AM
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Indeed very helpful. Thank you for the list as I needed this for my job.

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August 24, 2016, 01:32:57 PM
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They are not on the list but I recommend https://www.ivpn.net/ so far.

That is a great addition. The site seems to be legit and it is available to almost any device. Smiley

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August 24, 2016, 07:30:21 PM
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go to https://www.privacytools.io/#vpn and select a VPN from their list. those are the good ie. non-logging non-us VPN. They all take bitcoin.

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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0


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August 27, 2016, 01:42:01 AM
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finally cyberghost accepted payment with bitcoin, this is a good news. because i really falling in love with cyberghost  Grin and i will selected cyberghost to be a best vpn. although now i only use their free service. beside cyberghost, i am waiting for zenmate for opera and mozilla browser. if zenmate ready to accepted payment with bitcoin, this will be good and we have option to buy vpn with bitcoin.

Cyberghost seems to be a good choice too. Good thing they now accept Bitcoin. So far cyberghost is very easy to use and they offer a lot of security features. Smiley

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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0

I would not trust anything that has its roots on bitcointalk. ever. do not forget that you let in the man in the middle by using VPN, it has to be rocket proof.

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August 27, 2016, 11:45:52 AM
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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0

I would not trust anything that has its roots on bitcointalk. ever. do not forget that you let in the man in the middle by using VPN, it has to be rocket proof.
I think even the VPN provider did not ever connected or advertise their service in bitcointalk doesn't guarantee that it's legit,but I do really encourage people to have their own VPN by creating it through cheap vps,atleast you'll full control of the VPS if the security was the main priority



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September 01, 2016, 09:34:34 AM
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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0

I would not trust anything that has its roots on bitcointalk. ever. do not forget that you let in the man in the middle by using VPN, it has to be rocket proof.
I think even the VPN provider did not ever connected or advertise their service in bitcointalk doesn't guarantee that it's legit,but I do really encourage people to have their own VPN by creating it through cheap vps,atleast you'll full control of the VPS if the security was the main priority

That is a good point but remember, forums like this are also a way to check the credibility of a product or service. If a lot of people are complaining then that could be sign not to trust it. Forums like this can also be a relevant source of information from real users. Smiley

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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0

I would not trust anything that has its roots on bitcointalk. ever. do not forget that you let in the man in the middle by using VPN, it has to be rocket proof.

Nobody should trust the VPNs especially if you are entering sensitive data through the VPN.

Recently the Perfect Privacy VPN servers were seized by the dutch police without any notice and it's not the first time that vpn's servers are seized.

But using VPN for normal surfing, unlocking the content that is blocked by country or region then its ok but not submitting sensitive data.


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Bitcoin gives the extra advantage of being anonymous for its users, as opposed to debit or credit cards which usually require the user’s personal details. Thus, using Bitcoin as payment to VPN gives you more of the privacy you needed.

We made a list of what we think are the best VPNs which accepts bitcoin – and how they are efficient in making you anonymous, even beyond the payment method.

See the whole list here:
Buy VPN with Bitcoin

We want to know your thoughts, experiences or additional VPN suggestions.

Here is another thread which includes some VPN providers that are not listed in this thread and its 50 posts.

CryptoVPN is one of them which also advertised a long time ago in the forum.

The thread I'm talking about and more info can be found at this link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1460963.0

I would not trust anything that has its roots on bitcointalk. ever. do not forget that you let in the man in the middle by using VPN, it has to be rocket proof.

Nobody should trust the VPNs especially if you are entering sensitive data through the VPN.

Recently the Perfect Privacy VPN servers were seized by the dutch police without any notice and it's not the first time that vpn's servers are seized.

But using VPN for normal surfing, unlocking the content that is blocked by country or region then its ok but not submitting sensitive data.

Have to disagree. I use VPN on open networks (starbucks for example) - which is 100 times more secure. just to name one usecase other than anonymity

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September 04, 2016, 07:52:43 PM
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Nobody should trust the VPNs especially if you are entering sensitive data through the VPN.

Recently the Perfect Privacy VPN servers were seized by the dutch police without any notice and it's not the first time that vpn's servers are seized.

But using VPN for normal surfing, unlocking the content that is blocked by country or region then its ok but not submitting sensitive data.

Have to disagree. I use VPN on open networks (starbucks for example) - which is 100 times more secure. just to name one usecase other than anonymity

In this case using VPN is safer rather than using open networks like startbucks, coffee shops or airport.

But not all the time your data are safe using VPN (no matter where are you using it).

Also using bitcoin to purchase the vpn is better than paying with credit card or paypal which increases the anonymity.


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September 05, 2016, 04:16:00 PM
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i use Zen VPN. accept bitcoin and had of good connection.. simple use too. there is a trial if u want to try.
Grin but not safe enough to access darkweb i think..
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use tunnelBEAR,they support bitcoin for
paymant issue.tomorrow i have chekh it
for my own .hope it will be help full  for you.

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