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Cloudways Starts Accepting Bitcoin


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Cloudways, a cloud application management and cloud hosting service provider has started accepting Bitcoin as a mode of payment. The company based out of Malta with teams working out of Dubai and Spain has announced the new feature on its website.

Cloudways is a four-year old cloud based Platform as a Service (PaaS) company founded in the year 2011. The company has been providing cloud infrastructure for developing, deploying and managing high performance applications on existing cloud infrastructures. The company currently has over 1500 clients.

Currently there are over 1.5 million people using bitcoin and it is expected to reach close to 5 million mark by the end of year 2019. Bitcoin provides an easy, fast, secure and economical way to transfer money to any place in the world. By adopting bitcoin payments, Cloudways is making it easier for clients around the world to pay for the company’s services.

According to the founder, Pere Hospital accepting bitcoins is just a part of the company’s natural progression as Cloudways has always been open to innovation and bringing the best to cloud hosting community. Introducing bitcoin is the company’s way of showing commitment of catering to the needs of its customers while embracing emerging technologies.

Cloudways offers flexible hosting plans chargeable on hourly or monthly basis. These plans start from as less as $5 per month and reaches as high as $840 per month.  The service currently supports DigitalOcean, Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine cloud platforms. The company boasts of providing a secure, up-to-date environment for its customers by automatically updating OS patches, and keeping track of over 15 performance metrics. These performance metrics are also available to customers for access through Cloudways console.

For large businesses, Cloudways provides PowerCloud customizable managed hosting services as part of its enterprise package. Customers can choose from any of the 15 servers located globally to host their application.

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