Bitcoin

Netmoly starts accepting Bitcoin payments for its services 
Bitcoin (BTC) is a digital currency, also known as crypto-currency, created and held electronically. Bitcoin is decentralized currency, that means no central bank or government authority controls it. You can purchase products and services online from any merchant that accepts Bitcoin payments and you're even not required to have a credit card to pay with Bitcoin.

We're happy to announce that we started accepting Bitcoin payments as of March 15th, 2016 for all our services, beside the other Payment Methods we already accept.


Why Use Bitcoin?
  • Easily Send Payments: You can send bitcoins from your computer, web browser, Android or iOS device through your bitcoin wallet within few minutes. It is simple as that!
  • No Credit Card Required: Since bitcoin is a digital currency that is traded online, you are not required to have a credit card to make payments for services online. Just use your bitcoin wallet.
  • Private and Secure: Bitcoin verifies transactions with the same encryption that is used in banking, military and government applications.
Bitcoin


How to Purchase Services With Bitcoins?
  • During checkout click on Pay With Bitcoin to select the payment method, then click on complete order.
  • You will be given the amount due for your order in BTC along with a bitcoin address and a QR code.
  • Use your bitcoin wallet to send the payment. Depending on your wallet, you might scan the QR code with your mobile device camera or use the bitcoin address shown on page to directly send the payment to.


What is a Bitcoin Address?
A Bitcoin address is a line of alphanumeric characters. Pretty much like e-mail addresses, you can send bitcoins to someone by sending bitcoins to one of their addresses. However, unlike e-mail addresses, a person or a merchant can have many bitcoin addresses and each transaction has a different bitcoin address. Meaning that if you have couple of due invoices for your services with us, you will be given a unique bitcoin address for each invoice to send the payment to.


Have Questions?
Feel free to Contact Us at any time.


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

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