Weekly Edition


31st August 2018

Unlimited Ram Plans in Testing Phase

We're bringing back something we were known quite well for in the past few years - Unlimited Ram.

We are looking to use similar ideology that is used by top mobile network operators in many countries around the world as our previous ideas that was used for Unlimited Ram Minecraft Hosting will certainly not work out in this scenario. Though we will not provide further explanation on this yet, we will definitely keep everyone updated as time goes on, we believe it will be exciting to see such feature as it would allow inexperienced and maybe even experienced clients to purchase the plan and not have to worry about their website getting popular and having to go through big hassles of finding which plan would suit them best or even be limited to 32GB (the maximum we currently provide for our server line) and many other cases.

IPv6 Delay

We're still continuing work on IPv6. Unfortunately, we will be unable to deliver it this month. Though, it is expected to be ready in the next few weeks. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Price Match Week

Want to be sure you’re getting unbeatable value? This week, we'll match any of our competitor prices or even beat it.

Found it? Let us know.

Bug Bounty Week

Found something that isn't meant to be there? Let us know and we'll reward you!

Found it? Let us know.


Engineers are working to fix the hole

View on Independent

Fortnite’s Android vulnerability leads to Google/Epic Games spat

Fortnite on Samsung phones was vulnerable to a man-in-the-disk attack.

View on ArsTechnica

Subsidiary Information

- Discord Leaderboard has been revised.
- Currency Exchange Rates have been updated for the website.
- Double CPU or Memory Week has ended.
- EID promotion has ended.

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Fun Fact

Kopi luwak is one of the most expensive coffees in the world, selling for between US$100 and $600 per pound in 2010. The specialty Vietnamese weasel coffee, which is made by collecting coffee beans eaten by wild civets, is sold at US$3,000 per kilogram.