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In what exotic location would you like a VPS?
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In what exotic location would you like a VPS?

intovpsintovps Member, Host Rep

In what exotic location would you like have a VPS?

Any other reason, besides you or your visitors being there?

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll
    edited July 2019

    Luna. Make it happen.

    This is not the first time I requested this. Why is it so hard?

    Listen, I am willing to pay 6.66 USD a month for this.

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    Bouvet Island. Most remote island on Earth.

    Pyongyang. No DMCAs!

    Easter Island. Think of the awesome logo you could make for Easter Island Hosting.

    Barrow, Alaska. More caribou than people.

    Narnia.

    Mordor.

    S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier.

    The bottle city of Kandor.

    Buffalo, NY.

  • LeeLee Member

    If I was going to want an 'exotic' location, I would want it provided by a company in that actual location.

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    Which makes Luna location the best for defeating DMCA.

  • emghemgh Member
    edited July 2019

    @Lee said:
    If I was going to want an 'exotic' location, I would want it provided by a company in that actual location.

    Why? I guess there's difference between exotic and exotic but that would mean no BuyVM, no HostHatch and no Virmach, depending on what you call exotic.

    Also, what's the difference between a provider not operating physically in a exotic location vs in a not so exotic location?

  • LeeLee Member
    edited July 2019

    emgh said: Why? I guess there's difference between exotic and exotic but that would mean no BuyVM, no HostHatch and no Virmach, depending on what you call exotic.

    Exotic to me is a location that is not mainstream. All of the providers you mention above are operating in mainstream locations.

    emgh said: Also, what's the difference between a provider not operating physically in an exotic location vs in a not so exotic location?

    For example, a UK registered company providing a service in an 'exotic' location operates under the law of the country they are registered, where they provide services is irrelevant.

    If I was using that exotic location to avoid law enforcement getting to my data, it is not much use if they only need to serve a court order on the UK company and force them to give access. A lot easier in the US or UK for example that some other countries that don't bend over as easily.

  • Isle of Man, Greece

  • Barryton, Michigan

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  • AmitzAmitz Member

    Elbasan, Albania.

  • pikepike Member
    edited July 2019

    Liechtenstein, Freetown Christiania, Principality of Sealand, Antarctica, Iran, A North Korean embassy in europe, China, Vatican City, Kosovo, Azerbaijan, Syria, Somalia, SaaS (Servers as a Satellite)

    Thanked by 2joepie91 hyperblast
  • Pyongyang and Iraq

  • Dog River, Saskatchewan

  • Chile is exotic?

  • 1600 Pennsylvania ave, Washington DC - the land of make believe

  • emghemgh Member

    Lee said: Exotic to me is a location that is not mainstream. All of the providers you mention above are operating in mainstream locations.

    Is Luxembourg mainstream? Is Sweden mainstream?

    Also, the only reason for using exotic locations isn't just to avoid laws. It can be to host any given application locally where it's users are located.

  • LeeLee Member
    edited July 2019

    emgh said: Is Luxembourg mainstream? Is Sweden mainstream?

    Yes, I can get services in both of those locations from many providers. Nothing exotic about Luxembourg or Sweden, they are very accessible, mainstream locations. Not unusual by definition.

    emgh said: Also, the only reason for using exotic locations isn't just to avoid laws. It can be to host any given application locally where it's users are located.

    You asked me why, I told you why.

  • ITLabsITLabs Member

    Kilauea volcano. Tks

  • Palestine because it dosent exist.

    Thanked by 2BlaZe kyawhtun2012
  • terrahostterrahost Member, Patron Provider

    @pike said:
    Liechtenstein, Freetown Christiania, Principality of Sealand, Antarctica, Iran, A North Korean embassy in europe, China, Vatican City, Kosovo, Azerbaijan, Syria, Somalia, SaaS (Servers as a Satellite)

    Sealand had a pretty beefy DC some 15 years ago for being on an abandoned military station. :)

    Thanked by 1willK
  • Portugal, where a 1 vcore, 2GB of RAM and 30GB SSD cost 15€ p/ month.

    Thanked by 3ITLabs intovps MikePT
  • NanoG6NanoG6 Member

    Jakarta, Indonesia

    Thanked by 1intovps
  • Jakarta, Indonesia

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  • cybertechcybertech Member
    edited July 2019

    Atlantis, equipment need IP666

    but cable should just tap undersea

  • ITLabsITLabs Member

    @danielcardosopt said:
    Portugal, where a 1 vcore, 2GB of RAM and 30GB SSD cost 15€ p/ month.

    Do you know copahost? Seems they have "cheaper" vps plans.

  • @ITLabs said:

    @danielcardosopt said:
    Portugal, where a 1 vcore, 2GB of RAM and 30GB SSD cost 15€ p/ month.

    Do you know copahost? Seems they have "cheaper" vps plans.

    Never heard of it, but will try them 😁

  • Kiwi83Kiwi83 Member

    Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

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  • jvnadrjvnadr Member

    raindog308 said: Buffalo, NY.

    +++1

  • sanvitsanvit Member

    Seoul, South Korea
    Pyeongyang, North Korea

  • donlidonli Member

    @deank said:
    Luna. Make it happen.

    This is not the first time I requested this. Why is it so hard?

    Listen, I am willing to pay 6.66 USD a month for this.

    https://www.lunanode.com/

  • Mars.

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