Ethereum payments now accepted for all services

We’re happy to announce that as of this morning we’ve added ethereum as a payment method on easyDNS.

To our knowledge, we are the first and only ICANN accredited registrar in the world, CIRA certified here in Canada, eh – to accept this thriving new crypto-currency as a payment method.

To celebrate we’re also putting in a 10% discount on ether payments (limited time only, void where prohibited, remove cellophane before eating).

For your next ethereum project why not go with the domain provider who’s actually into this blockchain stuff (as opposed to one that can barely tell the diff between cryptographic hashes and twitter hashtags…)

Footnote: Was easyDNS the first ever registrar to accept Bitcoin? Kinda, Sorta. Namecheap did start accepting Bitcoin about 2 weeks before we did. But for years they continued to register their domains using their eNom reseller tag. Which meant that if you registered your domain via Namecheap with bitcoin, your registrar was actually Enom. When we introduced bitcoin payments we were directly registering your domains on our ICANN tag right away. 

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3 thoughts on “Ethereum payments now accepted for all services”

  1. pk says:

    Was ready to pay but just found tokenly option.

    • bcutler says:

      You need to have at least one domain in your account before the BTC and ETH payment options will be available.

    • bcutler says:

      For the time being we’ve removed the requirement to have an existing domain in your account before being able to use BTC and ETH.

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