LastPass, commonly known as the most popular password manager and vault around has hinted at Bitcoin acceptance as payment for its paid (and premium) accounts.
Widely-used password manager and storage vault LastPass could soon begin accepting bitcoin as payment from users. The reveal came via a social media post recently from its support account, stating that Bitcoin support is on the company’s roadmap.
@twiteis Bitcoin support is on the road map — so please stay tuned! Thanks for using LastPass!
— LastPass Support (@LastPassHelp) May 9, 2016
A popular password vault among individuals and enterprise, LastPass uses AES-256 bit encryption alongside PBKDF2 SHA-256 and salted hashes for password protection and security. The Virginia-based cybersecurity firm was recently acquired by remote-access management giant LogMeIn in a $110 million deal.
Bitcoin has seen acceptance from a number of companies across various industries in recent times. The most prominent of them all was PC-gaming platform and marketplace Steam accepting the cryptocurrency from users last month. The