IPVanish: Your Anonymity For Bitcoin Since 2014

For people who really care about their privacy or live in countries that don’t allow people to have VPN connections, cryptocurrency is oftentimes the best and only choice when making payments for any online services.

For this same reason, IPVanish, a US-based VPN provider, started taking Bitcoin payments back in August of 2014. Since then, its users have an untraceable payment option and really keep their identity anonymous. But despite the fact that the cryptocurrency is considered anonymous, the customer can still be traced under certain conditions. With this in mind, do a proper research online, if full anonymity is a must for you.

 

“No-logging” policy

IPVanish is a company with a “no-logging” policy — it doesn’t log anything from its VPN service. As the US doesn’t have any data-retention laws, IPVanish don’t have to collect information on user connection or activity. This allows IPVanish to have a zero-logs policy.

This makes it virtually impossible, even for IPVanish themselves, to trace back a given IP address to a specific user.

But bear in mind, since IPVanish is located in the US, it has to abide by its laws, so things may change and this service provider may become less secure in the future.

 

Top-tier security

IPVanish VPN’s network is strong and reliable with over 1,300 servers across 60 countries. The All data is secured with 256-bit AES encryption. Another great thing is that they do not rent servers but own them.

 

IPVanish has developed apps for Windows and Mac. Apps offer features like IP switching, port scrambling, Block LAN traffic, P2P file sharing, “stealth mode,” and kill-switch.

You can install IPVanish VPN directly on your router. They do sell preconfigured routers from their website, which are plug-and-play. Installing the app on your router lets you to protect all devices connected to your home network.

All in all, IPVanish can become the best internet privacy VPN software.

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