Data recovery company now accepts bitcoin to retrieve your lost data
New York City, NOV. 26, 2017– WeRecoverData.com officially announced that they accept bitcoins as a form of payment for their services. Data recovery services range from hard drives to servers, cell phones, tablets, memory cards, flash drives, and more.
For many, this news will come as a surprise because many companies are still hesitant to accept the cryptocurrency. However, the data recovery service has made this decision as a way to assist clients who wish to remain anonymous.
“Client confidentiality is our top priority, and WeRecoverData now accepts Bitcoin which will allow clients to stay anonymous if they wish to,” says Edward Byer, Account Manager at WeRecoverData.com. “In addition, we realize a lot of clients have bitcoins and the exchange rate can go up, therefore paying for our service makes financial sense for many of our clients around the world.”
Mr. Byer also adds, “We often have clients who lose their bitcoin wallet due to a hard drive crash or system failure. We help clients recover data, including their wallet.dat file that contains the bitcoins.”
In recent years, bitcoins have become an increasingly popular form of currency to pay for services. The currency is known as a “cryptocurrency,” which means there is no actual cash but rather a digital imprint that can be traded and sold for services and goods. However, the list of available websites and stores where bitcoins can be used has been limited, to say the least, but that looks to be changing soon.
With that said, WeRecoverData.com will be at the forefront of the digital revolution now that they are accepting bitcoins. For clients, this means a convenient form of payment that also allows their identity to be protected.
WeRecoverData.com is a privately held group with its world headquarters located in New York City. The company provides data recovery services worldwide, with representation in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. We service to fortune 500 companies, government agencies, the military, health sector, educational institutions and individuals seeking to recover important digital information.