Domain Retailer iDotz.Net now Accepts Virtual Currency Bitcoin for Domain Registrations

Domain Retailer iDotz.Net now Accepts Virtual Currency Bitcoin for Domain Registrations

iDotz.Net, a full feature domain retailer offering names in over 375 extensions, announced today that it is now accepting Bitcoin - a peer-to-peer digital currency.

Bitcoin is a newly emerging digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. The cryptocurrency uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network.

“We are thrilled to be one of only a few domain retailers to support, and accept cryptocurrency as a form of digital payment.” remarked George T. Bundy, Chairman & CEO of BRS Media Inc.

"iDotz.Net has constantly been on the leading edge of the digital evolution and offering Bitcoin digital currency is another example of innovative benefits to our domain registrant clients.”

Beginning today, Bitcoin digital currency can be used to purchase any of the over 375 Top-Level Domains available on the iDotz.Net website at; Including all ICANN Generic TLDs like: .COM, .NET & .ORG; Many of the popular boutique extensions like: .IO, .ME, .CO, .LA & .FM; As well as recently released New TLD’s like: .BIKE, .GURU, .CLOTHING & .SINGLES.

About BRS Media Inc

Based in the South of Market district (SoMa) of San Francisco CA, BRS Media is listed as one of the fastest growing privately held companies by the SF Business Times and Inc. Magazine for an astounding 5th consecutive year, its portfolio of leading online properties includes: dotFM® & dotAM®, over 15 years of Domain Innovation and Brand Registry Services for media based .FM and .AM domains; &, Radio’s New Global Domain Extensions (GLDs); &, free & premium Web based email services; dotRadio™, the .RADIO Top-Level-Domain; iDotz.Net domain registrar of all gTLD domains (.com .net & .org), as well as, boutique domains (.tv .co .me .la & .im) and the ever-popular Web-Radio, the leading portal for "tuning in" Radio on the Internet. dotFM, dotAM and dotRadio are either registered trademarks or trademarks of BRS Media, Inc.

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