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VPS providers that accept XMR

Last modified on 12th July 2021.

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The list of to us known VPS providers accepting XMR as payment:

Ukrainian Data Network
personal information for signup limited to email address (Privacy-aware);
communication secured via OpenPGP;
virtualization powered by QEMU/KVM, thus should support pretty much any amd64/i386 OS (in particular, supports OpenBSD);
spice console available, to do your own OS installation/debugging;
payment processing without any third party processor;
Cockbox
known at least until early 2020: Onion services hosted there were unstable;
Njalla
personal information for signup limited to email address or XMPP account (Privacy-aware);
communication secured via OpenPGP (for email) or OTR (for XMPP);
OpenBSD isn't a ISO option and it seems that there is no support for custom ISOs;
BuyVM
supports OpenBSD;
Lucas is already client of them and knows it works most of the time;
fast reply times from support (Lucas had to contact them, sadly);
unsure about how much information you have to hand over to create an account or be able to make a payment;
XMR (and other cryptocurrencies) payment might only be supported for servers located in LU;
1984
personal information for signup limited to email address (Privacy-aware);
XMR shows up only when about to place an order, no third-party processors;
seems to have support for custom ISOs or at least a Spice or VNC console (uncomfirmed);
Privex
personal information for signup limited to email address (Privacy-aware);
communication can be secured via OpenPGP but it has a bit lower priority;
payment processing without any third party processor;
OpenBSD isn't a ISO option but support might be able to install it;
owns everything but the DC in Sweden location;
in JP, NL, CA: owns the IP space, transit is 5Gbps via Choopa LLC, has virtual routers, seems upstream provider is Vultr;
in DE, FI: leases the servers that are used for virtualization (they "own" the VPSs), seems upstream provider is Hetzner;
Fork Networking
no extra info gathered so far;
BlueAngelHost
billing address is asked upfront (no Privacy-aware);
it's a bit expensive;