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Hey all,

I've been thinking about starting a botfarm and i'm stuck with some questions i'd like some feedback on before starting.

The current idea is to bot pretty 'safe', botting about 8 hours a day. with about 10-20 clients running.

1. Which is the best bot client to start a bot farm, why is tribot better than others? Automatisation is one of the things that is very important to me.

2. I want to make a lot of accounts to immediately replace the banned accounts and so I can age my new accounts a bit to reduce bans. But I thought you need to make the account on the proxy you will play on. So how would you solve this? As I don't want to buy 100 proxy's which I probably won't use right away.

3. Should I make legit emails (gmail, hotmail etc) to create my accounts & verify them or would this be a waste?

4. There are a lot of proxys around but a lot of them are already being used to bot on and might be flagged. Are there any good suppliers of proxy's that are not botted on? Or is this a kind of hit & miss?

5. when you buy a proxy you get it for a month, but when you get banned your ip might be flagged and that proxy becomes useless after let's say 5 days. How do you solve this?

If you have any other tips or if there's some botfarm discord please let me know.

Thanks a lot!

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Hi, unfortunately you may not find much help here other than general tips since gold farming is a competitive business and no one will spoonfeed you how to make money. 

 

TRiBot is superior imo for farming but that is from my experience, there are alot of full automation tools here at tribot. If you set up the tools correctly everything can be nearly completely automated however you'll need to investigate gold farming methods that are profitable and work for you.

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Don't wanna leak all the information i had to go through trial-and-erorr to obtain, but i'll give a couple pointers: 
I don't age accounts. If you want to, buy a proxy in the same country as you will bot them on, age them all on a single proxy then move them to new ones. You can buy proxies for 7-14 days. Proxies are less expensive than bonds. (You just missed out on the twitch promotion). Proxies you buy should be private, not public. Automated account creation exists, and so does automated script setups. It's generally been worth more to keep accounts running for a full membership period rather than often replacement. 

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some botfarmers pay people to watch 6 or 7 bots at the same time to avoid them getting stucked or they talk with people to avoid getting reported.

 

also do handmade tutorial island and G.E. this avoids flags on your multiple accounts.

 

i think that is influential to your farm. bald lv3 bots don't get far.

 

botfarmers that don't share their overall secrets deserve to loss all their money in bans.

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It all depends on your method. See if it takes a day to get the accounts to the point where you can bot them you don't want them to be banned within 24 hours so you play it safe. If you have a method where it takes 30 minutes - 1 hour to set up the accounts it's no problem suiciding them 24h a day to get as much money back. 

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