Since the 1980’s when things like the laser printer took time to leave their influence on the publishing world and designs, but once they succeeded, there is no looking back. Similarly, with the various fonts available today it’s just a case of embedding fonts in your web pages and for this you will need to find a service to embed the required font into your pages of web.
There are several of these services available on the internet, so I suggest you take a look at them to find the one that suits you.
The second one I looked at is called Webtype. Here you get a free trial for 30 days after which there is a year leasing fee of $10 for a personal account, a yearly fee of $30 for a standard account, a fee of $60 for a Pro account. And a business account costs $100 per year. Again you do not own the rights outright to the use of the type, but you are leasing it for the year. It does have a large server base for serving up the fonts onto your server in real time. They serve the font onto your server as requested. How much extra bandwidth they take on your server I haven’t managed to work out as yet.
Obviously, they can alter the way the type is served up to keep it to the right way to display your website correctly on each search engine. This overcomes the distortion of font displays. Personally, I wish there was a way of purchasing outright. You need to save the code, or it won’t publish.