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$36 USD per year for 2 masternode VPSes is a pretty good deal. 2GB should be plenty to run 12.1 for a while. Disclaimer - I have no connection to them whatsoever, just happened to come across this offer. @babygiraffe Ever heard of these guys with a Phoenix data center?

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Not if you do it the normal way which is to set up a cool wallet on a computer you only connect to the internet to issue restart commands (computer you control and keep safe, say and old laptop), and a set up a hot node on the VPS. The "hot" node holds no private keys, so it doesn't matter if it is compromised.

I just took this from their terms of service ,,,

would a MN be classed as a mining application ??

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I just took this from their terms of service ,,,
would a MN be classed as a mining application ??
No, I don't think so. A MN is not very CPU-instensive, at least it wasn't before 12.1., haven't updated yet. They just don't want you do have a process running with 100% CPU utilisation 24/7.

I have tried the place, no problems so far and great support.