Bitcoin is pretty widely accepted to purchase VPN services. I'm curious if monero is accepted by anyone yet.


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Cryptostorm accepts Monero directly. Some community feedback for the VPN can be found on Reddit.

Any Bitcoin accepting VPN can be paid with xmr.to or shapeshift

  • Oh good point. Shapeshift would accomplish that.
    – Lorax
    Nov 28, 2016 at 0:02
  • Cryptostorm doesn't appear to support Monero directly anymore. I decided to check out xmr.to for the first time. Once my blockchain syncs, I'll give that a try. Cryptostorm has better prices than IVPN as well. Good to shop around.
    – Lorax
    Nov 28, 2016 at 0:53

There's another one! http://cloakvpn.com/monero

I like how they handle creating accounts:

A 30-day account will be provisioned for you using th 16 character Payment_ID you provide. UserName = The first 12 characters of your Payment_ID. Password = The 13-16th characters of your Payment_ID. (last 4 digits)

Announcement here

Disclaimer: this is not an endorsement, but I do like how it's set up. Don't know about quality of the actaul service provided, as I haven't yet tested it myself.


BolehVPN also supports XMR (through Coinpayments)

To support the use of anonymous currencies, services purchased using Dash, Monero, Zcoin and Zcash enjoy a 10% discount off the listed price.

You can either pay using Coinpayments which processes the conversion automatically or if you’re paying via Dash directly,

NOTE: I have never used them and this is not an endorsement.


As of 2022, Mullvad and IVPN note that they accept Monero. As a bonus, as of 2021, both of these were also noted as not having any detected trackers.


See Monero VPN for Chrome, its completely anonymous, free for life, and mines Monero to pay for the service.


Here is the list of 32 VPN services accepting Monero


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