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Where can I register a domain name and pay with bitcoins?

(The question is about usual domain names, not .bit maintained by the namecoin network.)

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closed as too broad by Bitcoin, Murch Jul 17 at 16:26

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There is a list of such services at; for example:

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I just found a new provider that accept bitcoins,

They accept bitcoin for domain registration and all of their other services.

They have an article about their Bitcoin Gateway here:

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Frank Domains offers domain registration via Bitcoin payments. They have a Bitcoin version of their entire site.

As well as anonymity, they also provide extra domain security in the form of Domainsafe, a Bank-style login security by means of physical key fob.

Frank Domains also provide one of the fastest domain search engines that i have come across, which can provide all the results in Bitcoin amounts.

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I always use they take Bitcoin and have free privacy protection and DNS.

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