A domain registration service provider wants you to use Bitcoins for anonymous domain registration.
The service, called Domain Registry Express, is an anonymous domain registrar that lets users register a domain name for no additional fee.
The company, founded by Aaron Denton, claims that its service is the first such service that allows anonymous domain registrations without requiring a credit card.
The website for Domain Registry’s website says:In the beginning, we only used bitcoin to register a few domain names.
But now, we’re adding more domain names to the site, and will soon add more domain registrations to the marketplace.
You can find out more about the company and how to register domain names on its website.
Denton is also the founder of Anonymous, the group that was behind the DDoS attack on the U.S. government in 2015.DDoS attacks are typically a form of cyberwarfare.
They involve groups of people using a variety of tools to overwhelm a website with traffic.
DDoS attacks can cripple a website and steal information from its servers.
The attackers may also take information from users’ computers, but do not typically carry out a serious physical attack on an organization.
A person can buy domain names from Domain Registry through the company’s website or through a secure PayPal payment system.
To buy a domain from the site’s domain registration site, users need to provide their own bitcoin address and a credit or debit card number.DNT, which stands for Digital Notary Public, is a decentralized form of the online money transfer service bitcoin.
Users of the service have to enter their bitcoin addresses in order to make purchases.
In this Oct. 17, 2017 file photo, a customer of the website Domain Registry Services Inc. (DRS) in New York, NY.
A spokesman for the company told CNBC that the Bitcoin price had gone up to $8,500 per coin in the last 24 hours, which is around 50 percent above its average value of $2,300 per coin during the same period.
The spokesman said that the company was adding more domains every day and adding new domains every week.
In its announcement of the Bitcoin domain registration services, the company said that it was offering an average of $3,000 per domain for anonymous registration.
It said that customers could register up to two domain names for $3 per name, and one for $10 per name.
The firm said that each domain will be listed on its site with an expiration date and will cost a total of $20 per name and $5 per domain.DNS, or Domain Name System, is one of the major ways to access the internet.
It allows users to search for the names of websites, find information about companies and search for locations using the information from these websites.
In a 2014 interview with CNBC, Denton said that Bitcoin could be a better alternative to credit cards and PayPal.
“It’s really not going to be like paying for a creditcard, because you’re not going be able to spend them and get them out of your wallet,” Denton told the news channel.DCT, the domain registrant registrar, is another major competitor to the Bitcoin marketplace.
The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.DST, which was founded in 2010, offers services that include domain registration and domain ownership.
It is owned by a consortium of domain name registrars, including DNT, DNS and DNT.