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November 21, 2013, 05:03:25 PM
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From my conversation with a hosting provider @ Webhostingtalk

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I agree. When we can buy our hardware or other services we use with bitcoin we will look into it. Unfortunately, at this time it's limited to what we can do with it on our end. The only other alternative is PayPal.

you can sell bitcoins and convert them directly to your bank account via ACH transfer. @ campbx.com(atlanta, ga) or coinbase.com(san francisco, ca)

Also for what its worth, Bitcoinstore.com is a licensed and legal business operating out of Santa Clara, California that sells everything from servers to cellphones to sporting goods. an overview of their listings is below.

Also, Bitpay is another us business that allows you to accept bitcoin(and its instant to, no holds like paypal) and withdraw directly to a bank account. namecheap and bitcoinstore both use bitpay.

Educate yourself and get ahead of your competitors
servers
https://www.bitcoinstore.com/information-technology/computer-systems/servers.html
load balancers
https://www.bitcoinstore.com/information-technology/network-communication/server-load-balancers.html
terminals
https://www.bitcoinstore.com/information-technology/computer-systems/terminals-thin-clients.html
UPS/power equipment
https://www.bitcoinstore.com/power-equipment.html

barebones

https://www.bitcoinstore.com/information-technology/network-communication/routing-switching-devices.html

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November 22, 2013, 06:15:37 AM
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From my conversation with a hosting provider @ Webhostingtalk

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Unfortunately, at this time it's limited to what we can do with it on our end. The only other alternative is PayPal.

It's a shame for them, but you hear this same thing all the time from thick people.

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November 22, 2013, 06:33:05 AM
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From my conversation with a hosting provider @ Webhostingtalk

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Unfortunately, at this time it's limited to what we can do with it on our end. The only other alternative is PayPal.

It's a shame for them, but you hear this same thing all the time from thick people.

funny thing is after i sent them that message, they messaged me back earlier

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This looks interesting, thank you. We will look into it. If you want me to update you on our decision on accepting bitcoin please let me know… If you still want a server configuration with bitcoin payment I can still provide it but it will not be an L5639 CPU...

it seems i sold them on bitcoin!

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