QuadraNet, a full-service data center provider headquartered in Los Angeles, California has announced that it is now accepting cryptocurrency including Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), and Ethereum (ETH) payments for its services.
The company previously accepted PayPal, credit cards, wire transfer, checks, Alipay, and Tencent WeChat Pay as a mode of payment for all of its services. By adding a cryptocurrency payment method to their options, they have taken a step further in making it easy for clients around the world to utilize and access their services.
“As one of the largest American data center providers, we wish to provide the best services to our clients by keeping our company policies up to date,” says Dustin B. Cisneros, Global Sales Manager. “The recent hike in the rate of Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies along with their widely considered legitimacy showed us indications that they are turning into an acceptable mode of payment.”
Co-Founder and CEO Ilan Mishan states, “We are proud to take another step towards simplifying things for our clients by adding cryptocurrency transactions to our company’s arsenal as requested by many on our social media platforms. We always take great consideration into user feedback and we’re always looking for ways to make our services better accessible to all parts of the world.”
Some of their exclusive services include the provision of infrastructure as a service (IaaS) for websites, datacenter space, remote hands services, cloud services, and other enterprise-related solutions. Services are available to run under the Intelligent Monitoring Platform (IMP) which helps clients in managing every aspect of their account.
QuadraNet’s data center locations include the cities of Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, and New Jersey.