PureVPN Provides More Anonymity With Bitcoin Since 2013

With 2,000+ servers, 140+ countries, 180+ locations, and 3 million+ satisfied users PureVPN has earned itself a name in the VPN industry for its privacy products that make web browsing anonymous. But early on, back in 2013, the company realized that cryptocurrency can make online users truly anonymous.

Are VPNs truly anonymous?

Paying for a VPN with digital currency makes a lot of sense. Since many users pay for VPN services because they need more anonymity, the very act of paying for a VPN subscription with a credit card or PayPal balance defies any such goal. Simply because the VPN provider has all the credit card information about its customers and anyone with the right approach can track any customer within seconds.

Therefore, the ability to pay for VPN services with an anonymous cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin has become a desired feature which PureVPN has successfully provided to its users since 2013.

Thanks to Bitcoin, PureVPN wanted to leave its customers with no doubts regarding their anonymity provided by PureVPN’s products.

PureVPN reportedly accepts a variety of cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin is at the top of the list, naturally, joined by Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Dash, NEO, and others.

More customers can purchase VPN

Besides a boost to anonymity, suddenly PureVPN’s international customers had a viable option to pay for its services. Since there are restrictions imposed on PayPal or it is simply not available in many countries, Bitcoin is a new way for those folks to pay and enjoy PureVPN.

Does early adoption has anything to do with the success?

PureVPN seems to be one of the most popular VPN providers. Maybe it’s because their early adoption of crypto? We don’t know, but it has all the nice features a good VPN product should have. It doesn’t skimp on the VPN standards, either.

The company (claims it) does not maintain logs of online activity or IP addresses, offers 256-bit military-grade encryption and IP leak protection, provides dedicated customer support, has a wide network of servers in 141 different geographical locations, and offers reliable connectivity and fast speeds.

Founded in 2007, PureVPN is owned by Hong Kong-based GZ Systems Ltd.

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