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VPNs and Bitcoin : Why they match so well

Nowadays, online anonymity is constantly compromised by increasingly invasive rules and regulations. However, combining a VPN and a Bitcoin account can allow you to defeat surveillance measures and detection traces. Bitcoin may be an allegedly anonymous currency and payment system, but every transaction you make with your Bitcoin can leave a trail that may potentially lead back to your IP address. Not only should you beware of how you spend your Bitcoin (by not using it for payments that could be traced back to you or your home address), but you should also protect your privacy while you’re spending it. Let’s review a VPN provider that’ll help you achieve enforced privacy while handling your Bitcoin-related business: TorGuard VPN.

9 Reasons you should choose TorGuard VPN

1 – Pricing
TorGuard’s basic VPN package starts at $9.99/month, while their Anonymous Proxy service costs $5.95/month, the Private Email costs $6.95/month and the Smart DNS costs $5.95/month. TorGuard also offers dedicated IP addresses from $7.99/month. which could be useful for those looking to set up game servers or use specific websites that work well with one IP address. It also works very well with Netflix streaming.

While TorGuard’s VPN service comes at a slightly higher price than a few of its rivals on the market, its numerous services with fair pricing provide a great model for any user. Torguard also offers a really affordable package at $19.99 for 3-months, $29.99 for six-months, and a yearly plan only costs $59.99. What’s more, they occasionally offer extremely interesting deals such as their currently running Black Friday offer that will allow you to get 50% off all services and features ! (use code BlackFriday at checkout) offers a wide variety of payment methods, including both classic and cryptocurrencies options, and even gift cards (as of November 2017, the cryptocurrencies they accept include Litecoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Dash, Zcash, DogeCoin, Monero, BlackCoin, NavCoin, Novacoin, PIVX, Peercoin, Startcoin, Vertcoin, CloakCoin, Namecoin, Nxt, Potcoin, Steem Dollars, VeriCoin, WorldCoin, Primecoin).

2 – User interface and clients

Once you subscribed on, you can proceed with the download of the TorGuard client for your device on
The client is available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS, as well as VPN routers such as DDWRT and Tomato. All versions are regularly updated for a safe and optimal experience, good point for TorGuard. After the software is installed, you’ll be able to launch it and access the service. The home screen is as simple as can be with its minimalistic and smooth design; don’t be fooled, however: more advanced users will find tons of settings and features to tweak. From there you can choose a country, a server, a tunnel type, a protocol and a cypher. The client features an auto start option, which can be useful if you tend to forget to manually launch your VPN. Let’s not forget the built-in kill switch, it’ll ensure your apps or software automatically disconnects if VPN does (super useful with BitTorrent!). Other privacy and security features include WebRTC leak block and DNS leak block, for an overall super safe experience.

3 – Privacy

TorGuard makes it a major point to be a reliable and privacy-respectful company. Communication-wise, they strongly emphasize on the fact they want to be a simple and easy alternative to conventional monitored connections, so their point is not to use their service to snoop on people, when that is precisely what they are trying to avoid. Their policy on the matter is very clear: they do not keep logs of any sort; neither data, nor traffic. Good news for all of the privacy-concerned users out there, and the torrents too. TorGuard really takes your privacy seriously. They offer a secure 256-bit AES OpenVPN encryption by default and allow the user to select their own encryption cipher if needed. Users can also choose between a BF-CBC, AES-128-CBC, and AES-256-CBC encryption on all servers. TorGuard VPN supports PPTP, OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec and SSTP protocols.

4 – Servers and countries

TorGuard offers over 3000 servers in 55+ countries with its VPN plan. Which means you can connect to a huge amount of servers in a wide variety of countries. Every server available is promised not to be overloaded, with a 99.99% up time. Most of the countries available in the list offer several IPs for users to choose from, ensuring servers won’t be overloaded and optimal speed is preserved for all users regardless of their location and server choice.

5 – Speeds and bandwidth

Ever experienced Bandwidth restrictions and speed throttling with other VPN services? Won’t happen with TorGuard. Whether you’re torrenting, streaming (TorGuard is US Netflix compatible, by the way!), or simply browsing, TorGuard is definitely one of the fastest VPNs out there, specifically since their OpenConnect protocol integration.

All VPNs are known to slow connection speeds down, and so does TorGuard, but at a very negligible level, see for yourself:








6 – Stealth VPN

Torguard offers dedicated ‘Stealth’ VPN servers (as opposed to special VPN protocols) which makes their stealth technology accessible from any device or platform, including mobile, which is ideal to browse the web from sensitive countries with heavy censorship, like China. Even if you’re not a Chinese resident, you’ll be glad to have TorGuard installed on your various devices should you go on a trip there someday, since it is known to successfully circumvent country-wide firewalls like the infamous Great Firewall of China (check out this video for more explanation

7 – Email service

If your privacy needs also include email protection, TorGuard will tick all of your boxes. They offer an extra 10mb encrypted email account for free, while almost no other VPN provider does. You’ll dispose of a fully encrypted 10MB email account secured on Torguard offshore servers, relying on optimized OpenPGP encryption. Obviously, their email service features classic email key components, such as a calendar, a task planner, key storage, bulk import, advanced search and other useful options. While encrypting your emails may not exactly seem like a priority right now to an average user, laws move fast when it comes to the Internet, and huge tech companies may soon become unable to protect their users’ data from governmental entities or law enforcement, so it’s definitely worth looking into it. Good thing for you: Torguard lets you explore that option, for free.

8 – Customer support

Customer support is available 24/7 on TorGuard thanks to a super effective chat service on its website. It allows both potential subscribers and customers to ask questions about the service, request help for setting up their devices or report a problem if needed. The agents are friendly and engaging, communicate quickly and have all the links they need at their fingertips, resulting in a fast and reliable service, just as promised on Torguard’s website. Should you have any problem with your VPN plan, Torguard will do everything they can not to leave you in the dark.

What’s more, subscribers can use a ticket system to ask questions, which TorGuard answers via email if they don’t want to engage in a chat. An agent from the tech team will usually get back to you within 24 hours and address any question you may have.

9 – Bonus: Custom built routers

One of the last things worth noting about TorGuard is they offer custom-built routers as well as all their other services and features. Instead of having to set up the VPN software on one or several devices (and that can be very annoying if you’re using a PS4, for example), these routers run Torguard natively. Different models are available, be it directly on or on their eBay and Amazon marketplaces, including some top-of-the-line routers. Icing on the cake? For any router purchase, the hardware will receive a 30-day free VPN subscription as a bonus.


Pros :
TorGuard is one of the best VPN service available, and for good reasons: The company offers an intuitive interface, more settings and configurations than any other VPN app on the market, affordable plans, over 3000 servers in 55+ countries, they accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, they have a no log policy, and much more!

Cons :
Can’t really see any at the moment. And the best part is, if you do find a flaw, they’ll make sure and correct it, as TorGuard is constantly on the lookout for improvements!

Overall, TorGuard provides a really attractive service, whether you’re a VPN neophyte or a privacy pro. The service has its a cost, but you get what you pay for: quality. Their attitude towards privacy is very pleasant, and obviously, that’s what any user would expect from what basically is an online privacy provider, on top of offering a stable and reliable connection. What’s more, the “Stealth” servers allow users in repressive counties to evade censorship. No logs kept, so absolutely no one out there can spy on your online activities or Bitcoin transactions. While the only real con could be the slightly pricey subscription necessary to use the service, and the fact there’s no free trial, now’s the best time to enjoy an exceptional deal while their Black Friday offer lasts. That’s the best excuse you’ll get to subscribe to an excellent service at a very cheap price and especially Privacy newbies who wouldn’t always understand why they should be paying at all to protect their connection or go stealth while spending their crypto savings. TorGuard’s service is basically an all-rounder, it works for everyone, and their reputation is built on solid ground.



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