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August 03, 2018, 08:28:36 AM
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Dear BTC supermen on BitcoinTalk,

We are NiceNIC.NET, an ICANN & Verisign & CNNIC & HKIRC Accredited domain Registrar and hosting Provider in Hong Kong, may good business and good health be always with you!

From mid of 2017, we start to accept payment method of bitcoin to help our customers/resellers register domain names and web hostings.

If any of friends here hope to buy domain names, web hostings, or other products from China, please feel free to contact us:

#1 Please "Submit a Ticket" on the homepage of NiceNIC.NET to request "Bitcoin Wallet Address":
#2 Please transfer Bitcoin to the "Wallet Address";
#3 Please reply the ticket in #1 by attaching the Bitcoin transaction screenshot.

When we receive your Bitcoin transaction screenshot, our billing team will be informed to check whether we receive your  Bitcoin or not. When your Bitcoin is confirmed, our billing team will credit your account in time.

Thank you for your business and attention. Smiley

Kindest regards,
Cici Leung
NiceNIC.NET Team
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August 03, 2018, 09:05:48 AM
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Good news! Thanks for sharing. Another step towards the mass adoption and acception of bitcoin and digital currencies!!

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August 03, 2018, 09:43:49 AM
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Another Good news. In the morning I read one article stating that samsung is going to accept cryptos in few country.
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