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  1. CoinsHOST is a team of Swiss-based cryptocurrency enthusiasts and web hosting professionals who focus on providing secure and private services for decentralized currencies economy and environment. We are proud to host and protect against DDoS attacks some of the well known brands of digital currencies' community. Why Bitcoin Dedicated Servers by CoinsHOST? - Over 40 configurations for any budget and task - 1 Gbit/s dedicated LAN port - Fast server deployment - Premium connectivity and direct access to SwissIX Internet Exchange - Private networking - Managed & unmanaged servers - 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee - 24/7 live support - Linux/BSD and Windows OS's - DDoS protection - KVM/IPMI free of charge - We accept digital currencies directly in order to protect your privacy - Strict privacy policy inspired by Swiss laws and regulations on data protection - Over five years of providing high quality services to our valued clients and sustainable development Epsilon Swiss-based Dedicated Server CPU: D525 Intel Atom Dual-Core 1.80 GHz CORES: 2 (4 HT) RAM: 4 GB DDR3-1333 STORAGE: 2 x 320 GB SATA BANDWIDTH: 15 TB monthly SERVER LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland MONTHLY PAYMENT: 91.95 EUR / 108.02 USD / 108.00 CHF (0.01261476 ฿ as of May, 21 - 2018) CONFIGURE & ORDER: https://coinshost.com/en/cart/add/9 Lambda Swiss-based Dedicated Server CPU: X3220 Intel Xeon 2.4 GHz CORES: 4 RAM: 4 GB DDR3-1333 STORAGE: 320 GB SATA BANDWIDTH: 15 TB monthly SERVER LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland MONTHLY PAYMENT: 119.20 EUR / 140.03 USD / 140.00 CHF (0.01635246 ฿ as of May, 21 - 2018) CONFIGURE & ORDER: https://coinshost.com/en/cart/add/45 View all dedicated server configurations and plans: https://coinshost.com/en/dedicated Have Any Questions? Our friendly and dedicated support team is ready to answer your questions and provide all the assistance you may need 24/7/365. Cryptocurrencies Accepted CoinsHost accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Nextcoin & Dash directly without any middleman involved.
  2. CoinsHOST is a team of Swiss-based cryptocurrency enthusiasts and web hosting professionals who focus on providing secure and private services for decentralized currencies economy and environment. We are proud to host and protect against DDoS attacks some of the well known brands of digital currencies' community. Why Windows VPS @ CoinsHOST? - 10 Gbit/s networking - Instant server deployment - Premium connectivity and direct access to SwissIX Internet Exchange - 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee - 24/7 live support - Windows 2008 R2 x64 / Windows 2012 R2 x64 - Free firewall, DNS hosting with PTR - Ultra-secure, carbon-neutral data center in Zurich, Switzerland - VPS snapshots - Free DDoS protection - We accept digital currencies directly in order to protect your privacy - Strict privacy policy inspired by Swiss laws and regulations on data protection - Over five years of sustainable development and providing high quality services to our valued clients VPS-WIN1 CPU: 2.6 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3 CORES: 1 CPU core RAM: 1024 MB RAM STORAGE: 30 GB all-flash SSD array BANDWIDTH: 2 TB monthly @ 10 Gbps OS: Windows 2008 R2 x64 / Windows 2012 R2 x64 DDOS PROTECTION: free of charge SERVER LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland MONTHLY PAYMENT: 28.80 USD / 23.36 EUR / 27.30 CHF CONFIGURE & ORDER: https://coinshost.com/en/cart/add/147 Have Any Questions? Our friendly and dedicated support team is ready to answer your questions and provide all the assistance you may need 24/7/365.
  3. CoinsHOST is a team of Swiss-based cryptocurrency enthusiasts and web hosting professionals who focus on providing secure and private services for decentralized currencies economy and environment. We are proud to host and protect against DDoS attacks some of the well known brands of digital currencies' community. Why Dedicated Servers @ CoinsHOST? - 1 Gbit/s dedicated LAN port - Fast server deployment - Premium connectivity and direct access to SwissIX Internet Exchange - Private networking - Managed & unmanaged servers - 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee - 24/7 live support - Linux/BSD and Windows OS's - DDoS protection - KVM/IPMI free of charge - We accept digital currencies directly in order to protect your privacy - Strict privacy policy inspired by Swiss laws and regulations on data protection - Over five years of providing high quality services to our valued clients and sustainable development Omicron 1080 Ti GPU Dedicated Server CPU: Intel E5-2680V4 2.4G 35M 9.6GT CORES: 14 RAM: 128 GB DDR4-2400 1Rx4 ECC REG DIMM STORAGE: Intel® SSD 2 x DC S4500 480GB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 3D1, TLC, SATA GPU: 4 X NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti BANDWIDTH: 15 TB monthly DDOS PROTECTION: On demand SERVER LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland MONTHLY PAYMENT: 1368.37 EUR / 1696.30 USD / 1599.00 CHF CONFIGURE & ORDER: https://coinshost.com/en/cart/add/189 Have Any Questions? Our friendly and dedicated support team is ready to answer your questions and provide all the assistance you may need 24/7/365.
  4. CoinsHOST is a Swiss-based web hosting company founded by enthusiasts and supporters for cryptocurrencies with huge experience in providing professional web hosting products, services and DDoS protection. In order to protect your privacy we directly accept a range of crypto and digital currencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin and Nextcoin. DEDICATED SERVERS FROM 108.00 CHF (99.45 EUR / 111.18 USD) - 1 Gbit/s dedicated LAN port - Private networking - 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee - 24/7 live support - Linux and Windows OS's - DDoS protection up to 400 Gb/s - KVM/IPMI free of charge - Privacy policy inspired by Swiss data protection laws VPS FROM 7.80 CHF (8.03 USD / 7.18 EUR) - Free & instant server deployment - Free 10 Gbps DDoS protection, upgradable up to 400 Gbps - All-flash SSD storage - VMware vSphere HA hypervisor - 10 Gbps networking - Firewall and snapshots - Multiple OS templates (Linux/BSD & Windows), DNS hosting, PTR CLOUD HOSTING FROM 93.00 CHF (95.73 USD / 85.63 EUR) - Free & instant server deployment - Seamless resources' upgrades/downgrades - Free 10 Gbps DDoS protection, upgradable up to 400 Gbps - All-flash SSD Array by SolidFire - VMware ESXi bare metal enterprise-grade hypervisors - 10 Gbps port speed - Firewall, virtual networking, backups - Multiple OS templates, DNS hosting, PTR - Booting from custom ISO/OVF image - Monthly billing DDOS PROTECTION FROM 139.00 CHF (143.55 USD / 126.03 EUR) - Guaranteed mitigation of attacks up to 400 Gbps of capacity - Emergency setup with free assistance - Both off-site and on-site protection (you can choose to stay with your current hosting provider) - Real time automatic filter adjustments - Extremely fast filter reaction time - Minimum added latency Support is LIVE 24/7 via Chat widget that is located at the lower right corner of every page of our website and Support Tickets (log in/sign up to open a ticket). DC LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland
  5. VPS-V6 (Linux/BSD OS - Yearly billing only) CPU: 8 Cores (2.6 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3) RAM: 16384 MB (16 GB) Storage: 160 GB Bandwidth: 10 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Monthly fee: 74.35 USD / 60.90 EUR / 70.20 CHF Configure & Order
  6. VPS-V5 (Linux/BSD OS - Yearly billing only) CPU: 8 Cores (2.6 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3) RAM: 12288 MB (12 GB) Storage: 120 GB Bandwidth: 10 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Monthly fee: 50.05 USD / 40.36 EUR / 46.80 CHF Configure & Order
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  8. Cryptocurrency Hosting by CoinsHOST.com CoinsHOST is a Swiss-based web hosting company that respects privacy. Being huge fans, enthusiasts and supporters for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology we also have great experience in providing web hosting services and mitigating against DDoS attacks. CoinsHOST team is proud to host and protect against DDoS attacks some of the well known brands of the cryptocommunity. Why host your data in Switzerland? Switzerland is located in the heart of Europe and is well known for its strict laws on privacy and data protection. These are the main factors that make this jurisdiction ideal for hosting your sensitive data or business that makes your living. Here are some of the most popular packages that we currently offer: Highly available, secure and privacy-protected Virtual Private Servers for Bitcoin and other cryptos VMware HA hypervisor Virtual Private Servers hosted on a redundant Cloud infrastructure and premium 10 Gbps network. Free instant VPS deployment,SSD storage, 200+ OS templates, free DNS hosting, snapshots. - instant virtual server deployment - SLA assured 99.9% availability - DDoS protection for all VPS orders - 10 Gbps network connection - all-flash mirrored SSD array - highest privacy and data security in accordance to Swiss laws and industry regulations ------------------------------------------------------------------------- VPS-V2 (Linux OS / Yearly) CPU: 1 Core RAM: 2048 MB Storage: 40 GB Bandwidth: 3 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Yearly: 93.60 CHF / 94.27 USD / 87.73 EUR Configure & Order ------------------------------------------------------------------------- VPS-V3 (Linux OS / Yearly) CPU: 2 Core RAM: 4096 MB Storage: 60 GB Bandwidth: 3 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Yearly: 140.40 CHF / 141.41 USD / 131.60 EUR Configure & Order ------------------------------------------------------------------------- VPS-WIN1 (Windows OS / Yearly) CPU: 1 Core RAM: 1024 MB Storage: 30 GB Bandwidth: 2 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Yearly: 327.60 CHF / 329.96 USD / 307.06 EUR Configure & Order ------------------------------------------------------------------------- VPS-WIN2 (Windows OS / Yearly) CPU: 2 Core RAM: 2048 MB Storage: 40 GB Bandwidth: 3 TB /monthly Network: 10 Gbit/s port DDoS Protection: Free of charge / up to 10 Gbps Yearly: 374.40 CHF / 377.10 USD / 350.93 EUR Configure & Order ------------------------------------------------------------------------- We accept: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Nextcoin, Ethereum, Dash. Contact Us (24/7 live) / info@coinshost.com
  9. Hi Smudge, really sorry to see you go this way, but I guess you've decided to turn this issue public so now we really have no choice but to shed some light on this case. Even though you are blackmailing our company, and I'm sure you are aware that blackmailing is considered an illicit activity in most countries, we still are committed to keep your privacy and stick to our strict policies and Swiss regulations. So, here's the timeline: On Oct, 12 you've order a virtual server from our company and paid with a major cryptocurrency that suddenly experiences a big spike that very same day. On Oct, 13th you decide that you really need your cryptomoney back, especially when it costs this more today, than it used to cost the day before. However, there's an issue you are aware of - our company's TOS clearly states that there are no refunds, unless we terminate a server on our own decision. So, you need a workaround, but the server works perfectly fine, exactly as you'd expect to when buying from a Swiss company. This is the moment an idea pops up in your head. You open up a support ticket and claim that you have a network issue that renders the server completely useless to you. Exactly your words: "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". Well, our engineers are are always there to help you, but your explanation of the issue seems to lack important details, actually it's very odd and explains nothing. So we request further details on the issue you claim to suffer from. Sure enough it's much more difficult to make up a viable log than just state that you have a problem and need a refund, so your exact reply was: "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." This answer didn't seem to us as a insight of the tech issue that you claimed to suffer from, so we had to remind you once again that a refund is issued if only there is a real issue or if we decide to terminate a server on our own. A few days pass by and on Oct, 18th you come up with a better idea, why wouldn't I just threat this company to spoil their reputation if they don't pay me back. Exact your words: "I have submitted the first three 1-star reviews for your site. On bittrust.org, trustpilot.com and themerkle.com. I will ask my associate to post 20 more posts in forums and on review sites across the internet if you should continue to scam me." So, here you are now. By the way, as we speak your server is still active and fully operational, you are welcome to get back to it at your convenience. And if there's still a chance, that the whole story wasn't just made up to blackmail a refund out of our company, you are also very much welcome to give us an insight on the issue that you've "experienced". To all those unintentionally involved in this discussion, sorry to bother you guys. Legitimate issues never escalate this far, but in a blackmail situation like this we have to react properly. If we can be of any help with your projects, you know where to find us https://coinshost.com/ Yours Sincerely, CoinsHOST team.
  10. Hi Smudge, really sorry to see you go this way, but I guess you've decided to turn this issue public so now we really have no choice but to shed some light on this case. Even though you are blackmailing our company, and I'm sure you are aware that blackmailing is considered an illicit activity in most countries, we still are committed to keep your privacy and stick to our strict policies and Swiss regulations. So, here's the timeline: On Oct, 12 you've order a virtual server from our company and paid with a major cryptocurrency that suddenly experiences a big spike that very same day. On Oct, 13th you decide that you really need your cryptomoney back, especially when it costs this more today, than it used to cost the day before. However, there's an issue you are aware of - our company's TOS clearly states that there are no refunds, unless we terminate a server on our own decision. So, you need a workaround, but the server works perfectly fine, exactly as you'd expect to when buying from a Swiss company. This is the moment an idea pops up in your head. You open up a support ticket and claim that you have a network issue that renders the server completely useless to you. Exactly your words: "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". Well, our engineers are are always there to help you, but your explanation of the issue seems to lack important details, actually it's very odd and explains nothing. So we request further details on the issue you claim to suffer from. Sure enough it's much more difficult to make up a viable log than just state that you have a problem and need a refund, so your exact reply was: "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." This answer didn't seem to us as a insight of the tech issue that you claimed to suffer from, so we had to remind you once again that a refund is issued if only there is a real issue or if we decide to terminate a server on our own. A few days pass by and on Oct, 18th you come up with a better idea, why wouldn't I just threat this company to spoil their reputation if they don't pay me back. Exact your words: "I have submitted the first three 1-star reviews for your site. On bittrust.org, trustpilot.com and themerkle.com. I will ask my associate to post 20 more posts in forums and on review sites across the internet if you should continue to scam me." So, here you are now. By the way, as we speak your server is still active and fully operational, you are welcome to get back to it at your convenience. And if there's still a chance, that the whole story wasn't just made up to blackmail a refund out of our company, you are also very much welcome to give us an insight on the issue that you've "experienced". To all those unintentionally involved in this discussion, sorry to bother you guys. Legitimate issues never escalate this far, but in a blackmail situation like this we have to react properly. If we can be of any help with your projects, you know where to find us https://coinshost.com/ Yours Sincerely, CoinsHOST team.
  11. Hi Smudge, really sorry to see you go this way, but I guess you've decided to turn this issue public so now we really have no choice but to shed some light on this case. Even though you are blackmailing our company, and I'm sure you are aware that blackmailing is considered an illicit activity in most countries, we still are committed to keep your privacy and stick to our strict policies and Swiss regulations. So, here's the timeline: On Oct, 12 you've order a virtual server from our company and paid with a major cryptocurrency that suddenly experiences a big spike that very same day. On Oct, 13th you decide that you really need your cryptomoney back, especially when it costs this more today, than it used to cost the day before. However, there's an issue you are aware of - our company's TOS clearly states that there are no refunds, unless we terminate a server on our own decision. So, you need a workaround, but the server works perfectly fine, exactly as you'd expect to when buying from a Swiss company. This is the moment an idea pops up in your head. You open up a support ticket and claim that you have a network issue that renders the server completely useless to you. Exactly your words: "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". Well, our engineers are are always there to help you, but your explanation of the issue seems to lack important details, actually it's very odd and explains nothing. So we request further details on the issue you claim to suffer from. Sure enough it's much more difficult to make up a viable log than just state that you have a problem and need a refund, so your exact reply was: "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." This answer didn't seem to us as a insight of the tech issue that you claimed to suffer from, so we had to remind you once again that a refund is issued if only there is a real issue or if we decide to terminate a server on our own. A few days pass by and on Oct, 18th you come up with a better idea, why wouldn't I just threat this company to spoil their reputation if they don't pay me back. Exact your words: "I have submitted the first three 1-star reviews for your site. On bittrust.org, trustpilot.com and themerkle.com. I will ask my associate to post 20 more posts in forums and on review sites across the internet if you should continue to scam me." So, here you are now. By the way, as we speak your server is still active and fully operational, you are welcome to get back to it at your convenience. And if there's still a chance, that the whole story wasn't just made up to blackmail a refund out of our company, you are also very much welcome to give us an insight on the issue that you've "experienced". To all those unintentionally involved in this discussion, sorry to bother you guys. Legitimate issues never escalate this far, but in a blackmail situation like this we have to react properly. If we can be of any help with your projects, you know where to find us https://coinshost.com/ Yours Sincerely, CoinsHOST team.
  12. Hi Smudge, really sorry to see you go this way, but I guess you've decided to turn this issue public so now we really have no choice but to shed some light on this case. Even though you are blackmailing our company, and I'm sure you are aware that blackmailing is considered an illicit activity in most countries, we still are committed to keep your privacy and stick to our strict policies and Swiss regulations. So, here's the timeline: On Oct, 12 you've order a virtual server from our company and paid with a major cryptocurrency that suddenly experiences a big spike that very same day. On Oct, 13th you decide that you really need your cryptomoney back, especially when it costs this more today, than it used to cost the day before. However, there's an issue you are aware of - our company's TOS clearly states that there are no refunds, unless we terminate a server on our own decision. So, you need a workaround, but the server works perfectly fine, exactly as you'd expect to when buying from a Swiss company. This is the moment an idea pops up in your head. You open up a support ticket and claim that you have a network issue that renders the server completely useless to you. Exactly your words: "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". Well, our engineers are are always there to help you, but your explanation of the issue seems to lack important details, actually it's very odd and explains nothing. So we request further details on the issue you claim to suffer from. Sure enough it's much more difficult to make up a viable log than just state that you have a problem and need a refund, so your exact reply was: "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." This answer didn't seem to us as a insight of the tech issue that you claimed to suffer from, so we had to remind you once again that a refund is issued if only there is a real issue or if we decide to terminate a server on our own. A few days pass by and on Oct, 18th you come up with a better idea, why wouldn't I just threat this company to spoil their reputation if they don't pay me back. Exact your words: "I have submitted the first three 1-star reviews for your site. On bittrust.org, trustpilot.com and themerkle.com. I will ask my associate to post 20 more posts in forums and on review sites across the internet if you should continue to scam me." So, here you are now. By the way, as we speak your server is still active and fully operational, you are welcome to get back to it at your convenience. And if there's still a chance, that the whole story wasn't just made up to blackmail a refund out of our company, you are also very much welcome to give us an insight on the issue that you've "experienced". To all those unintentionally involved in this discussion, sorry to bother you guys. Legitimate issues never escalate this far, but in a blackmail situation like this we have to react properly. If we can be of any help with your projects, you know where to find us https://coinshost.com/ Yours Sincerely, CoinsHOST team.
  13. I had a very bad experience with the provider coinshost.com. I purchased a VPS server there for 12 months in advance (no other option is available). Unfortunately the connectivity of my server was absolutely awful to a point where the server is completely useless to me. Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while. The customer service denied to even acknowledge the problem and refused to give me any kind of refund depsite having used the server for not even a week. Please stay away. No legit business should treat their customers like they do.

    1. CoinsHost

      CoinsHost

      Hi Smudge,

      really sorry to see you go this way, but I guess you've decided to turn this issue public so now we really have no choice but to shed some light on this case. Even though you are blackmailing our company, and I'm sure you are aware that blackmailing is considered an illicit activity in most countries, we still are committed to keep your privacy and stick to our strict policies and Swiss regulations.

      So, here's the timeline:

      On Oct, 12 you've order a virtual server from our company and paid with a major cryptocurrency that suddenly experiences a big spike that very same day. On Oct, 13th you decide that you really need your cryptomoney back, especially when it costs this more today, than it used to cost the day before. However, there's an issue you are aware of - our company's TOS clearly states that there are no refunds, unless we terminate a server on our own decision.

      So, you need a workaround, but the server works perfectly fine, exactly as you'd expect to when buying from a Swiss company. This is the moment an idea pops up in your head. You open up a support ticket and claim that you have a network issue that renders the server completely useless to you. Exactly your words: "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". 
      Well, our engineers are are always there to help you, but your explanation of the issue seems to lack important details, actually it's very odd and explains nothing. So we request further details on the issue you claim to suffer from.

      Sure enough it's much more difficult to make up a viable log than just state that you have a problem and need a refund, so your exact reply was: "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." 
      This answer didn't seem to us as a insight of the tech issue that you claimed to suffer from, so we had to remind you once again that a refund is issued if only there is a real issue or if we decide to terminate a server on our own.

      A few days pass by and on Oct, 18th you come up with a better idea, why wouldn't I just threat this company to spoil their reputation if they don't pay me back. Exact your words: "I have submitted the first three 1-star reviews for your site. On bittrust.org, trustpilot.com and themerkle.com. I will ask my associate to post 20 more posts in forums and on review sites across the internet if you should continue to scam me." So, here you are now. 

      By the way, as we speak your server is still active and fully operational, you are welcome to get back to it at your convenience. And if there's still a chance, that the whole story wasn't just made up to blackmail a refund out of our company, you are also very much welcome to give us an insight on the issue that you've "experienced".

      To all those unintentionally involved in this discussion, sorry to bother you guys. Legitimate issues never escalate this far, but in a blackmail situation like this we have to react properly. If we can be of any help with your projects, you know where to find us https://coinshost.com/

      Yours Sincerely,
      CoinsHOST team.

    2. Smudge

      Smudge

      Dear Coinshost team,

      the server I rented from you was priced in CHF, so was the invoice. Paying in Bitcoin doesn't change the fact that in case of a refund you only have to return the invoiced amount (in CHF). I would have never expected a refund of the Bitcoin amount. Based on your outrageous insinuation and the other bad reviews in the internet, it seems you are not doing refunds that often.

      The connectivity is not fine. First of all it takes a whopping 27 seconds (what should only take 1 second) to get a RDP connection to your server - all the time. I have that on record.

      But back to the other problem. You cite me correctly when you say "Coinshost seems to constantly monitor and block outgoing traffic after a short while". This is true. After exchanging heavy traffic with some server, Coinshost seems to have (I assume) some anti-outgoing-ddos prevention in place that blocks suspicous traffic to affected IPs. Such a block usually lasts a few minutes. In that time the blocked IP is not reachable on any port from the Coinshost server. This renders the server completely useless to me. I have all of this on record (with videos) for the lawsuit to come.

      I tested it with 3 different remote servers at distinct location. Every time the same behavior. If I run the test from any other server at any time with the very same configurations no problem exists at all.

      I provided you with exact times and exact URIs which were not reachable from my Coinshost server even the issue persists for all IPs all the time. You ignored these information completely and never even remotely laid out which other details you need from me.

      "Unfortunately I have no time to work with you on this." It is correct that i wrote this, but what you missed to mention is that less than 1 hour after this comment I changed my mind and provided you with the exact times and URIs I had problems with.

      For the blackmailing claim: I already had published the most important 1* reviews when I first told you about it and this was only after you kept ignoring my requests to fix the connectivity issues. Publishing correct and honest reviews about an obvious scam is not blackmailing.

      I also want to let everyone know that you published our private conversation against my explicit request.

      You left my latest deadline to fix the connectivity issues unanswered. Also a refund or at least a partial refund was not offered. You will receive mail from my lawyer.

      Regards, A dissatisfied Coinshost.com customer

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  15. Ethereum Hosting: Dedicated Servers, VPS, Cloud, DDoS Protection [CH] is a Swiss-based web hosting company founded by enthusiasts and supporters for cryptocurrencies with huge experience in providing professional web hosting products, services and DDoS protection. We directly accept a range of coins including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin and Nextcoin. A number of other blockchain-based currencies coming soon. CoinsHOST provides a range of Ethereum hosting products and services: ETHEREUM DEDICATED SERVERS FROM 108.00 CHF (99.45 EUR / 111.18 USD) 1 Gbit/s dedicated LAN port Private networking 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee 24/7 live support Linux and Windows OS's DDoS protection up to 400 Gb/s KVM/IPMI free of charge Privacy policy inspired by Swiss data protection laws ETHEREUM VPS FROM 7.80 CHF (8.03 USD / 7.18 EUR) Free & instant server deployment Free 10 Gbps DDoS protection, upgradable up to 400 Gbps Fast and redundant SAN storage VMware vSphere HA hypervisor 10 Gbps port speed Firewall and snapshots Multiple OS templates (Linux & Windows), DNS hosting, PTR ETHEREUM CLOUD VPS FROM 93.00 CHF (95.73 USD / 85.63 EUR) Free & instant server deployment Seamless resources' upgrades/downgrades Free 10 Gbps DDoS protection, upgradable up to 400 Gbps All-flash SSD Array by SolidFire VMware ESXi based 10 Gbps port speed Firewall, virtual networking, backups Multiple OS templates, DNS hosting, PTR Booting from custom ISO/OVF image Monthly billing ETHEREUM DDOS PROTECTION FROM 139.00 CHF (143.55 USD / 126.03 EUR) Guaranteed mitigation of attacks up to 400 Gbps of capacity Emergency setup with free assistance Both off-site and on-site protection (you can choose to stay with your current hosting provider) Real time automatic filter adjustments Extremely fast filter reaction time Minimum added latency Support is LIVE 24/7 via Chat widget that is located at the lower right corner of every page of our website and Support Tickets (log in/sign up to open a ticket). DC LOCATION: Zurich, Switzerland
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