GeeksHosted Now Accepts Bitcoin “To Stand Out From The Crowd”

GeeksHosted, a Romanian web hosting provider that offers clients a faster, safer and more reliable web hosting solutions, added Bitcoin among 50 other altcoins as a payment method for their services.

Founded in 2013, GeeksHosted can boast over 15,000 paying customers in part thanks to providing a quality product at competitive prices and following the “geeks by geeks” philosophy.

The company offers 100% SSD servers, VPS hosting, over 320 cheap domain names, professional website development and design, and even SEO. They promise 99.99% uptime, with premium hosting plans starting at $1.95/month.

Web hosting is one of the oldest online services available, but there are still few who have embraced Bitcoin let alone other coins.

With the new decision GeeksHosted hopes to stand out from the crown and reach a particular niche market — tech people who use cryptocurrency and/or work in the crypto/blockchain industries. As Catalin Florica of GeeksHosted explains it: “That’s a plus for us because not many hosting companies accept Bitcoin hosting.”

Their small team made up of 10 members has made significant achievements since inception, like the establishment of a state-of-the-art data center with affordable and highly functional dedicated servers.

And their strategy seems to be working, as the team speaks of an overwhelming market demand leading to shortages of disk space on their server which surpassed their initial expectations.

Commenting on the sudden boom in the business, Catalin Florica said:

“We didn’t expect it. Our customers are buying our cheap dedicated servers in large numbers. We can hardly keep up with the orders. It was actually quite a nice surprise.”

GeeksHosted offers its customers big discounts on dedicated servers with 2 months free for an annual subscription and a 20% discount on the first month of subscription.

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