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May 14, 2015

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It is getting harder to stay anonymous on the web. Any connected user can get different types of info about you just by viewing your social media accounts. You also leave a footprint each time you visit certain websites. It is important to note that, since most websites use cookies, your IP address will be remembered after you open one of the pages.


These files were meant to speed up your web experience by caching certain website elements and storing them on your computer. Unfortunately, nowadays, these files are mostly used to track your Internet activity and build a profile on you by recording your browsing habits. We recommend that you clean your cookies after each session.

Clean Cookies after each session to reduce tracking possibility


You may also be interested in one of our previous articles about 7 tips to follow when you use a VPN

Fortunately, Privatoria provides a universal solution to hide your presence on the web by means of a VPN.

Key advantages of our VPNs are:
· VPN servers in 11 countries (adding more servers is on the roadmap) including USA, UK, Germany, France, Japan and more

· Support for all widely-used and reliable encryption algorithms with L2TP/IPsec as default

· No third party software required

· Cross-platform compatibility

· A simple set-up process

· No backdoors

· No logs

· No data mining

Set-up guides are available for:

MS Windows
Mac OS X

Total anonymity or why should you pay for VPN with bitcoin?

A VPN is a great way to hide your presence on the web but it can sometimes be hard to hide the fact of payment for a VPN service. While your web surfing is anonymous, it is possible to trace you the old-fashioned way; by checking your bank account billing history or on-line banking payments that you’ve made.

A lot of privacy enthusiasts claim cash payments are still the best way to pay for your purchases. Cash is good, but there is a more convenient and totally anonymous payment method called Bitcoin.

Why should you pay for VPN with bitcoin


Why should you use a VPN?

· Hide and change your IP address from hackers
· Encrypt your Internet traffic which makes your actions on the web anonymous
· Protect personal data: bank accounts, passwords, credit card details etc.
· Unblock websites not available in your region
· Surf the web from any country in the world


On-line payment system invented by Satoshi Nakamoto uses a peer-to-peer open source software as a base which means it’s both open (anyone can view the source code and make sure there are no malicious scripts inside) and secure (direct transactions are made without third parties’ assistance).

Privatoria values your privacy

We added Bitcoin VPN support in the early stages of the project because we are striving to achieve  ultimate privacy and anonymity, as well as secure and safe Internet surfing for each and every user. It is also very easy to buy VPN with bitcoin.

Privatoria provides flexible pricing plans to buy VPN with Bitcoin.

Prices in Bitcoin:
0.0142 BTC (2,9 euros) for 1 month (single payment)
0.072 BTC (15 euros) for 6 month (single payment – save 14%)
0.121 BTC (25,2 euros) for 12 month (single payment – save 28%)

So if you are wondering what can you buy with Bitcoin, look no further! Privatoria is Bitcoin-friendly, always has been and will always be!

Try a Privatoria VPN free trial today and if you opt for the premium upgrade you can pay for it with Bitcoin any time!

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