Nothing seems as nerdy as purchasing a VPS server using Bitcoins that you mined with your custom rigs. Ever since bitcoins become popular, hosting and tech companies were some of the first to adapt to accepting the new currency. Since it may be difficult to find a Virtual Private Server provider that accepts bitcoins, this list was created to help narrow your search down.
Below is a list of popular Virtual Private Server hosts that accept payment via Bitcoin. Most of these companies will still ask for your billing address, phone number, and additional information when making a purchase through Bitcoin.
As one of the leaders in domain registration, Namecheap also offers Shared, VPS, and Dedicated hosting. All services and products offered by Namecheap can be paid for using Bitcoins.
Visit Namecheap at https://www.namecheap.com
LibertyVPS accepts Bitcoins as a privacy measure instead of just another payment method through the BitPay service. They accept Bitcoins and other privacy based payment options options such as OKPAY, Payeer, and Perfect Money.
Visit Libery VPS over at https://libertyvps.net
RamNode is a very popular VPS host that many people trust and love because of their up-time and quality support. They offer inexpensive Virtual Private Servers and Virtual Dedicated Servers.
You can visit their website at https://ramnode.com
Vultr is a popular VPS host with expandable block storage, allows use of your own ISO, and allows you to bring your IP space. Vultr accepts Bitcoins but people have mentioned that your first payment has to be made with a credit card or PayPal before you are able to start paying using Bitcoins.
Visit Vultr at https://www.vultr.com
VPSServer is a Virtual Private Server provider that has data-centers around the world in many different locations and a few different countries. Numerous OS options, on-demand and live backups, virtual private networks, and many other features are available.
Check out their website at https://www.vpsserver.com
Bithost.io is a very nice solution to combat the lack of large VPS providers not offering payments through Bitcoins. Bithost.io accepts bitcoins and then uses DigitalOcean for the servers that were purchased. There is understandably a slight markup on price compared to DigitalOcean.
Check out their website at https://bithost.io
QHoster offers Linux and Windows Virtual Private Servers in many countries and locations. Along with accepting Bitcoins, they also accept tons of additional payment methods, such as Alipay, OKPAY, Payeer, PaySafeCard, and many other options.
Visit their website at https://www.qhoster.com
Gandi is one of the largest domain registers on the market. In addition to domain names, they also offer shared and cloud hosting services that you can pay for using Bitcoins.
Visit Gandi’s website at https://www.gandi.net
Secure Dragon offers small VPS servers starting at around $12/year to larger servers for sites that require lots of resources. Secure Dragon also offers free DDoS protection at a few of their locations.
Visit them at https://securedragon.net
CrownCloud offers OpenVZ and KVM Virtual Private Servers along with Dedicated Servers and Colocation services. Their online services accept Bitcoin and they also accept AliPay along with the normal payment methods.
Check their website out at https://crowncloud.net
Legion Box offers Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers for both Linux and Windows. Their servers can be purchased in the USA, Switzerland, Germany, and Russia.Legion Box accepts PayPal, Bitcoins, and WebMoney payments.
Visit their website at https://legionbox.com
Last but not least we have RouterHosting. They offer Linux and Windows servers at low prices along with Windows RDP hosting services. In addition to Bitcoin payments via Blockchain, they also accept CoinPayments (ETH, LTC, BTC, etc), PerfectMoney, and Payza.
Check out their website at https://www.routerhosting.com
There are other VPS providers that accept Bitcoins, but compiling a list is difficult as not every host advertises that they support Bitcoin payments. Huge shout out to joepi91 who compiled a list of VPS providers that accept Bitcoins over on his Bitcoin VPS page. Some listings seem to be outdated and we were unable to verify that all of the listed providers still accept Bitcoins from his list.