Originally Posted by easyhostmedia
...when Google closed this down and brought out Google Wallet for Digital Goods as Google never classed webhosting as digital goods then it meant hosts could not use GWFDG, so they would have lost a lot of revenue and market share
There you go again misleading the public by mistaking a lack of knowledge for real information.....
First, Google Wallet existed long before Google Checkout closed and web hosts were already using it.
Now here is the reality:
When you sign up here: http://www.google.com/wallet/business/
you'll be taken to the API info page. On that page select Digital Goods. Fill out form and select Internet, Network, and Digital Media -- don't select Services -- as Primary product type. You can now sell web hosting and domain registration.
I have included a snapshot of my config to illustrate this. Note the TOS below. If one bothers to read it one will learn that the list of prohibited products/services does not include web hosting (see https://support.google.com/wallet/business/answer/75724
(Note: Google Wallet for digital goods will be retired March 2, 2015)