Sorry for the delay in updates
Day 5- Used Mila's Gambling script, Noticing that due to the recent rigged dicing bots that people on F2p are not going to dice at all. I mention this since I will be most likely ordering a private script and starting a CC so that not only the people gambling actually put trust into the system, they know they're getting fair odds. As a gambler myself, I have been fooled once and will not happen again, the other day I was testing the good will of a dicing bot by the name of RollingDice, Says trusted. Watched people dice and I saw 1s for higher amounts, the dude who was advertising his bot by giving it 25m and such would get constant x5 from "jackpot". I tested it with a couple mil and wasn't surprised that I was rolling 1s multiple times.
This is the reason why people do not trust randoms, but they will trust doublers like retards, so I'm hoping that once I get this dicing script in order I will definitely have more success. Still waiting for my man @Im A Baller and the gang to get some time after their big release of the GE flipper, which btw is an amazing script and highly recommend as it is still early. They have a discord and constantly look for feedback.
I am in the process of getting a server as I'm not interested in VPSs, and plenty reason to believe that higher banrates incur due to this.
16 core opterin 6276. and 92gb+ ram which will most likely be more, it's quite a steal for $550 and the seller is going to give me some extra SSDs which is always helpful. I'm expecting to run a massive farm here shortly. Looking for more knowledge on big server farms such as this
- Figure out if I should use Hyper-V and create VMs to artificially make it look like a real computer.
-Spoof HWID and MAC, Get rid of anything that may cause it to seem like a VM. Will have to see
-I have Verizon Fios, will speed test and bitch at them if my speeds aren't solid over wire.
-Decide diverisifying farm, F2p tasks like oak chopping bots (good luck lmao), p2p money-making that would inconspicous
- Figure out CLI. Only know some powershell, but I'm confident CLI won't be too much of a task to set up. Especially custom scripts.