Password Manager LastPass Hints at Bitcoin Acceptance

Password Manager LastPass Hints at Bitcoin Acceptance

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.

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

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