Cloud Infrastructure Solutions: BizCloud Taking Bitcoin Payments
A leader in providing cloud infrastructure services, BizCloud has begun to accept bitcoin payments. The cloud service will use Bitpay’s payment processing services for all bitcoin related transactions.
BizCloud will start accepting bitcoins for hybrid, public and private cloud-based infrastructure services. The company has been recognized as one of the early cloud computing providers to adopt the digital currency.
From the beginning, BizCloud has placed its attention on technology and cloud innovations to enhance businesses. Its venture into the bitcoin industry shows how committed BizCloud is towards innovation.
With bitcoin, the cloud company will not be restricted from providing services to customers all around the world.
Founder and CEO of BizCloud, Vahid Razavi, stated:
“We decided to accept Bitcoins to give both our domestic and international customers a quick and effortless alternative payment option, but also to support the technology that we believe will disrupt the financial industry in the coming years. Considering our role in the cloud computing space and our commitment to provide industry-leading technology to our customers, Bitcoin was a natural fit.”
Bitcoin’s speed during transactions will fit in perfectly with the BizCloud service. Allowing users quick and easy access to get to where they need to be makes BizCloud the place to work with.
The cloud solutions company has offices based in California, Europe and Asia.
Ellenet IT Solutions
In Australia, IT solutions provider Ellenet, has launched a new platform to allow it to start accepting bitcoins back in April. The provider’s director, Estelle Asmodelle stated:
“Crypto currencies are the future, it’s plainly obvious and people need to understand that Bitcoin and other coins are not going away. Without sounding terse, you can’t stop progress.”
Ellenet hopes to prove that Australia is as good as anybody else when it comes to bitcoin mining. Its partnership with Petabit mining company and its investments in mining hardware, will help the companies earn more bitcoins over time.