I would much rather pay for things in BTC than anything else. I would probably buy some hosting from you even if I didn't need it (if the price is right).
I think yearly contracts would be risky when it comes to BTC. I'm being a little bit skeptical here, but say I pay 3.5 BTC right now at about $14 per BTC, in a year what if each BTC is worth $100 before my contract even runs out. Would you put a system in place for this, or would all hosting be specifically monthly payments?
it depends how you look at the things
bitcoin is a market like usd and like euro
to give a example
before i was working with usd before i switched to euro , i just dit that because the convertion rate was totaly screwed up and my own payments are in euro (its like bitcoin that hits 8$ per btc instead 14$ )
only difference is that the value of btc is less stable then the other currency value's
but to get back to my point
if a bitcoin is 14$ today , and next year it is 100$ ... then it should depends if it is a spike or not
but mostly your payment will be changed to fix the fresh amount , atleast in my case
(it get auto converted at my own rate taken from preev.com )
if users do not change that rate , its there choise to do that or not , they are taking the risk of accepting bitcoin and they need to get it sold again to gain money from it
to see our own services with bitcoin in action , you can take a look at http://boosterking.com
( file hosting) or http://dehost.org
( german webhosting/vps servers)
Greets From PowerChaos