I assume those prices are monthly fees? Anyway I don't like the idea of anonymous spending for the sake of anonymity. It is a "feature" of the Bitcoin currency, but if they really want to support the Bitcoin currency couldn't they just accept them for regular Digital Ocean accounts ?
Second highest comment on Dropbox's original HN posting:
> I have a few qualms with this app:
> 1. For a Linux user, you can already build such a system yourself quite trivially by getting an FTP account, mounting it locally with curlftpfs, and then using SVN or CVS on the mounted filesystem. From Windows or Mac, this FTP account could be accessed through built-in software.
1. Start writing tests. Tests will save your ass when you're merging a feature branch. Cause are you sure everything still behaves correctly after those ingenious refactorings?
2. Use an IDE and/or compiler that actually warns you about common human errors like unused variables, unreachable statements, and dumb mistakes like a case-block with silent fallthrough to the next case-block.
3. Acknowledge responsibility when writing security related code. Know that there's no room for mistakes.