Bitcoin Buys You a Personal Cloud Storage from pCloud

pCloud, an ambitious cloud storage company, made a revolutionary step towards the digital currency and is now accepting Bitcoins.

(PRWEB) January 17, 2014


The aspiring cloud storage company pCloud announced that they now accept Bitcoin payments.

The digital currency makes p2p payments a lot more easier and secure. A common belief is that Bitcoin has a limited future, but pCloud sees its full potential. The Bitcoin currency and cloud storage services are powerful tools, that have already set a new course in the development of the digital world.

pCloud is the first and only storage service that uses Bitcoins. With this revolutionary step towards the future, the company shows that it is determined to make its way to the top. The service accepts Bitcoin payments for all its premium plans without any additional cost. The prices are calculated according to the current Bitcoin rate by the time of purchase. For only 0.005807 BTC* ($4.99 per month), you receive 100GB of storage space with unlimited speed, no file size limits, unlimited sharing, unlimited public and upload links and 24-hour email support.

Aside from the Bitcoin payment, pCloud also has quite a few exclusive features that make the service stand out among the crowd. The unique Upload Link feature makes it possible for other people to upload directly to your pCloud account. File sharing has never been easier. There is also a possibility to back up all of your photos and videos from social media and a useful tool for scheduled back up of your WordPress blog. pCloud has no file size or speed limits and is available on any device, including Android, iOS and desktop applications.

pCloud users don’t have to worry about the privacy and security of their files, because all their data is copied and stored on at least three server locations in a highly-secured data center, using TLS/SSL encryption protocols.

If you are looking for a cloud storage, pCloud will fit your needs perfectly!

*Bitcoin rate as of 15.01.2014 at 3:58 p.m.