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October 27, 2016, 01:20:52 AM
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NVPN is another vpn service thta accepts bitcoin. They are a very straightforward vpn service, utilize openvpn, and have multiple plans for those who wish to buy. It's not too bad of an option, but I think there are better vpn services out there too.

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October 27, 2016, 02:11:07 AM
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I've tried all of these VPNs before: IronSocket, Nord, CyberGhost, TorGuard, PrivateVPN, and IPVanish. Most of them have limited IPs available that's why in the end, I stick with using IPVanish. What's good with it is it's pretty easy to use (based on my experience) and there are lots of countries available to choose from and lots of shared IPs as well. It's nice that it is one of those VPNs who are already accepting bitcoin as payment.

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November 01, 2016, 12:57:57 PM
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I've tried all of these VPNs before: IronSocket, Nord, CyberGhost, TorGuard, PrivateVPN, and IPVanish. Most of them have limited IPs available that's why in the end, I stick with using IPVanish. What's good with it is it's pretty easy to use (based on my experience) and there are lots of countries available to choose from and lots of shared IPs as well. It's nice that it is one of those VPNs who are already accepting bitcoin as payment.

Thanks for sharing your experience with IPVanish. I agree about the features you mentioned. The service is really great! Smiley

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November 04, 2016, 06:10:26 AM
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NVPN is another vpn service thta accepts bitcoin. They are a very straightforward vpn service, utilize openvpn, and have multiple plans for those who wish to buy. It's not too bad of an option, but I think there are better vpn services out there too.

Hi there! Thanks for the additional VPN service which accepts Bitcoin. Reviews from real people really does help beginners decide. Smiley

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November 04, 2016, 11:02:08 AM
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I've tried all of these VPNs before: IronSocket, Nord, CyberGhost, TorGuard, PrivateVPN, and IPVanish. Most of them have limited IPs available that's why in the end, I stick with using IPVanish. What's good with it is it's pretty easy to use (based on my experience) and there are lots of countries available to choose from and lots of shared IPs as well. It's nice that it is one of those VPNs who are already accepting bitcoin as payment.
If you are very much concern about number of IP addresses then hidemyass must be the right choice for you. They are having approximately 0.1 million IP addresses around the world. vyprvpn is another services with 0.2 million IP addresses but you do not have control for obtaining them, they will be randomly assigned to you. Hidemyass accepts bitcoin payments.
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November 04, 2016, 11:45:15 AM
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I've tried all of these VPNs before: IronSocket, Nord, CyberGhost, TorGuard, PrivateVPN, and IPVanish. Most of them have limited IPs available that's why in the end, I stick with using IPVanish. What's good with it is it's pretty easy to use (based on my experience) and there are lots of countries available to choose from and lots of shared IPs as well. It's nice that it is one of those VPNs who are already accepting bitcoin as payment.
If you are very much concern about number of IP addresses then hidemyass must be the right choice for you. They are having approximately 0.1 million IP addresses around the world. vyprvpn is another services with 0.2 million IP addresses but you do not have control for obtaining them, they will be randomly assigned to you. Hidemyass accepts bitcoin payments.
Hi Supercrypt, I also tried using vyprvpn, I did not mention because they are not accepting bitcoin as payment (it will be off topic). However, it is also a good one. I do agree that there are lots of available ip addresses in it and you're right that the CONS is, it's hard to go back in the specific ip that you've already used unlike ipvanish. About HMA, I had some problem with it before that's why I did not continue using it. Anyway, thank you for suggesting.

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November 04, 2016, 06:11:19 PM
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Hi Supercrypt, I also tried using vyprvpn, I did not mention because they are not accepting bitcoin as payment (it will be off topic). However, it is also a good one. I do agree that there are lots of available ip addresses in it and you're right that the CONS is, it's hard to go back in the specific ip that you've already used unlike ipvanish. About HMA, I had some problem with it before that's why I did not continue using it. Anyway, thank you for suggesting.

Hey, Cheesy , do you know whether ipvanish could work on high-security sites like fiat casino betmotion? They restrict by country and the one I've used before(can't remember the name) didn't work. I couldn't play on the site since they were able to detect my region despite the vpn.

Or would Private Internet Access work better? I'm currently looking through these the two and would appreciate first-hand experience.

Anyone? Thanks!

 

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November 05, 2016, 07:21:15 PM
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One VPN that I know accepts Bitcoins is HMA ( hidemyass ) its quite a nice VPN with a lot of IP's but actually there are still limited number of IP addresses you can connect to. I think HMA gives discount around Christmas so checkout at that time maybe.

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November 06, 2016, 12:44:55 PM
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Hi Supercrypt, I also tried using vyprvpn, I did not mention because they are not accepting bitcoin as payment (it will be off topic). However, it is also a good one. I do agree that there are lots of available ip addresses in it and you're right that the CONS is, it's hard to go back in the specific ip that you've already used unlike ipvanish. About HMA, I had some problem with it before that's why I did not continue using it. Anyway, thank you for suggesting.

Hey, Cheesy , do you know whether ipvanish could work on high-security sites like fiat casino betmotion? They restrict by country and the one I've used before(can't remember the name) didn't work. I couldn't play on the site since they were able to detect my region despite the vpn.

Or would Private Internet Access work better? I'm currently looking through these the two and would appreciate first-hand experience.

Anyone? Thanks!
Hello neochiny, I'm sorry, but I can't help you with that. I never tried ipvanish nor Private Internet Access in accessing gambling sites. If fiat casino betmotion really has a strong security I think it will be hard for you to find a vpn. I hope someone with experience can help you in deciding.

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November 06, 2016, 01:28:07 PM
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Hey, Cheesy , do you know whether ipvanish could work on high-security sites like fiat casino betmotion? They restrict by country and the one I've used before(can't remember the name) didn't work. I couldn't play on the site since they were able to detect my region despite the vpn.

Or would Private Internet Access work better? I'm currently looking through these the two and would appreciate first-hand experience.

Anyone? Thanks!
IPvanish offers 7 days money back guarantee for their all plans. I like to suggest you to go for one month plan by paying $10 in bitcoins and test your specific sites whether they are working or not. In case if you are not finding them not suitable for for your purposes, you can simply go for refund, they will process it with no questions will be asked.

You can check here : https://support.ipvanish.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1969185-7-day-money-back-guarantee














 

 

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November 09, 2016, 08:25:02 AM
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Hi Supercrypt, I also tried using vyprvpn, I did not mention because they are not accepting bitcoin as payment (it will be off topic). However, it is also a good one. I do agree that there are lots of available ip addresses in it and you're right that the CONS is, it's hard to go back in the specific ip that you've already used unlike ipvanish. About HMA, I had some problem with it before that's why I did not continue using it. Anyway, thank you for suggesting.

Hey, Cheesy , do you know whether ipvanish could work on high-security sites like fiat casino betmotion? They restrict by country and the one I've used before(can't remember the name) didn't work. I couldn't play on the site since they were able to detect my region despite the vpn.

Or would Private Internet Access work better? I'm currently looking through these the two and would appreciate first-hand experience.

Anyone? Thanks!

I have not tied this but this might help you - http://www.hidewebsite.com/view/betmotion.com Smiley

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November 14, 2016, 04:09:00 AM
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One VPN that I know accepts Bitcoins is HMA ( hidemyass ) its quite a nice VPN with a lot of IP's but actually there are still limited number of IP addresses you can connect to. I think HMA gives discount around Christmas so checkout at that time maybe.

Hi! Is it the same with this one? - http://www.hidewebsite.com/view/betmotion.com  Huh  Smiley

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November 18, 2016, 08:28:53 AM
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Hey, Cheesy , do you know whether ipvanish could work on high-security sites like fiat casino betmotion? They restrict by country and the one I've used before(can't remember the name) didn't work. I couldn't play on the site since they were able to detect my region despite the vpn.

Or would Private Internet Access work better? I'm currently looking through these the two and would appreciate first-hand experience.

Anyone? Thanks!
IPvanish offers 7 days money back guarantee for their all plans. I like to suggest you to go for one month plan by paying $10 in bitcoins and test your specific sites whether they are working or not. In case if you are not finding them not suitable for for your purposes, you can simply go for refund, they will process it with no questions will be asked.

You can check here : https://support.ipvanish.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1969185-7-day-money-back-guarantee

Nice info... thanks! Smiley

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November 18, 2016, 02:55:04 PM
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I think NordVpn is the best VPN of 2016.It's accept bitcoin happily and their customer support is great.I am using it for couple of month and didn't face much problems.I also used Ipvanish,Airvpn,VpnArea which are accept bitcoin as a payment method but NordVpn is the best for me.
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November 18, 2016, 06:58:56 PM
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Do you seriously think paying an "anonymous" VPN provider with bitcoin will keep you private ?

Many VPNs advertise not keeping logs/records on their servers to attract newbies and pseudo-hackers, they even advertise not sharing any data with law enforcement agencies, if you believe this crap, congrats you still have a lot to learn.

VPNs runs on servers [cloud/vps/dedicated] and datacenter keeps all logs.
VPNs do not give you any privacy, all your activities are monitored via you ISP, Browser and PC metadata, etc.

Stop wasting money and use Opera VPN.
If you are doing illegal stuff, stop and go spend that time learning and reading.

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November 18, 2016, 07:08:10 PM
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Stop wasting money and use Opera VPN.
I just come to know about Opera VPN. Is it completely a free VPN services for Opera browser users ?

I have seen usually a VPN connection will slow down my browsing speed, so how free VPN connection will cope with many simultaneous users?

If you have any experience with Opera VPN, please share with us. It would be definitely helpful to this community.
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November 18, 2016, 07:15:45 PM
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Stop wasting money and use Opera VPN.
I just come to know about Opera VPN. Is it completely a free VPN services for Opera browser users ?

I have seen usually a VPN connection will slow down my browsing speed, so how free VPN connection will cope with many simultaneous users?

If you have any experience with Opera VPN, please share with us. It would be definitely helpful to this community.

I use OPERA VPN every day, they provide an amazing FREE service.

you do not need to install any plugin or software, and it work on all OS [Linux and retarded systems like iOS and Windows]

Just make sure to download the dev version : http://www.opera.com/computer/beta

You can install and run both version, the Dev version have the VPN feature.

Their VPNs are super fast, and allow you to move from a location to another instantly.

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November 22, 2016, 08:55:53 AM
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Stop wasting money and use Opera VPN.
I just come to know about Opera VPN. Is it completely a free VPN services for Opera browser users ?

I have seen usually a VPN connection will slow down my browsing speed, so how free VPN connection will cope with many simultaneous users?

If you have any experience with Opera VPN, please share with us. It would be definitely helpful to this community.

I use OPERA VPN every day, they provide an amazing FREE service.

you do not need to install any plugin or software, and it work on all OS [Linux and retarded systems like iOS and Windows]

Just make sure to download the dev version : http://www.opera.com/computer/beta

You can install and run both version, the Dev version have the VPN feature.

Their VPNs are super fast, and allow you to move from a location to another instantly.

I use Bitcoin when buying VPN. Does Opera VPN accepts bitcoin as payment?

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November 22, 2016, 12:46:13 PM
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I use Bitcoin when buying VPN. Does Opera VPN accepts bitcoin as payment?

Opera VPN is free.

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November 26, 2016, 01:48:50 AM
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I use Bitcoin when buying VPN. Does Opera VPN accepts bitcoin as payment?

Opera VPN is free.

Oh! Nice to know that. I got to try Opera VPN. Thanks Smiley

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