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Gefickt

Making a goldfarm would appreciate some help

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Recently I've been trying to find ways to make some extra cash while I am at college and decided to try my hand at goldfarming. I've botted in the past on personal accounts before, but what I'm hoping to achieve now is a large scale operation that will bring in some cash while leaving me time for doing other things. Of course I know that realistically there is no such thing as easy money, but what I hear from others (making ~1k per month putting in 1-3 hours of work per day) seems reasonable & worthwhile.

 

So anyways, I've got a good amount of cash to invest in this, but I want to hear what others who have been successful are doing before jumping into it. No need to reinvent the wheel, right?

 

Specifically, I want to know:

 

 

- What is a good vps to use for botting?

 

- Is it practical to use a vpn for bots, or would paid proxies be a better choice?

 

- What is a good method for transferring cash to a mule? (maybe pm me this)

 

- I'm not very familiar with Linux, is it really worth using it over Windows on the vps?

 

- What's a good way to pay for membership? I've heard of using these "instant access" memberships from Amazon, but I'm thinking Jagex might be onto this and flags accounts with memberships paid for by the company selling them on Amazon.

 

- How do I access looking glass? Is it like a closed beta sort of thing?

 

 

Thanks for your time & help, it's much appreciated!

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either you start doing this smart otherwise you wont make it and will start to lose money instead of making it


 


 


noone is going to hand things out to you and if they are its prob almost not even worth it


 


 


 


 


and there not making all that for 1-3 hours lol


 


 


maybe that much per week or sumthing but your vision of gold farming is extremely screwed and i would suggest you get a job "in real life" youd be better off

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1. I suggest a VPS from my shop, click my signature for more info :)

2. VPN is not practical for bots, proxies or multiple VPS is better

3. Duel Arena staking

4. Linux is much better to use due to it being lightweight, on my VPS they come fully setup, no linux config is needed, I do all the work

5. You can buy gold for cheap and then buy bonds (good pricing right now for 07gp)

6. You need VIP-Extended for Looking Glass, it is very well worth it.

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either you start doing this smart otherwise you wont make it and will start to lose money instead of making it

 

 

noone is going to hand things out to you and if they are its prob almost not even worth it

 

 

 

 

and there not making all that for 1-3 hours lol

 

 

maybe that much per week or sumthing but your vision of gold farming is extremely screwed and i would suggest you get a job "in real life" youd be better off

 

Haha, I meant 1-3 hours per day, not month. I am trying to be realistic, and I'm not trying to have everything spoonfed, I'm simply trying to get a few answers before starting to avoid making as many mistakes as possible. I do have a job in real life, but when I move away to college in the fall I may be out of work for some time, however I have enough saved up to get through the first year without even working. A little extra income would just make things a little more comfortable, you know?

 

 

 

Big thanks to element_purple, I will look into buying one of your vps!

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