- direct link: cryptocoins.cryptostorm.org
The Cryptostorm project team pioneered the acceptance of Bitcoins for VPN service, back in 2011. Indeed, we were close readers of Nakamoto's original paper laying out the distributed-blockchain architecture of the first cryptocurrency to ever succeed in achieving wide adoption, and we've participated in the community discussion of wider implications brought forth via this method of publicly authenticating private transactions, without central bottlenecks.
Since then, we've been strong supporters of all viable and non-scammy cryptocurrencies - there's strength in diversity, and we're happy to be part of the movement away from centrally-controlled, easily-manipulated fiat currencies. Most all the new cryptocoins have strong privacy attributes (but remember folks, Bitcoins are not anonymous!), and all are free from the easy grasp of authoritarian governments.
Naturally, we're continuing this approach to things as we move forward to the cryptostorm darknet, i.e.. Cryptocloud 2.0.
Look in this thread, in the following posts, for details on the various alternative tools available for use in purchasing network access via cryptocurrencies. Not sure about how all this stuff works? No problem; let us know, and we can point you at educational resources or help you step through the process ourselves. Once you do it a time or two, the whole thing flows pretty smoothly - but it helps to have an experienced guide to explain things. We're glad to do it!
Finally, if you've requests for new payment capabilities, feel free to post a reply here and we'll look into them. Most useful is a pointer to the merchant side of things - so we can get our hands around what we need to do to accept the payments, ourselves. There's really not any that we've ever flat-out rejected; it's always a question of how complex it is to handle them as part of our overall customer support framework. The more info you provide us on that matter, the faster we can get up and running - thanks.