The recent changes to the Minecraft EULA should be reverted.
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The recent change to the MC EULA states that servers cannot sell anything that regular non-donating players don't have access to. Minecraft servers need money. Some servers rack up hundreds of thousands of dollars, and that can seem unfair. But preventing people who donate from getting any game-changing perks, because regular players don't have access to it? That is Socialism. Your Move.
I doubt there are any more facts towards why Minecraft Eula should be reverted because all the websites, videos both share common facts and therefore all the same! The reason why Minecraft Eula was created was because kids were complaining of not getting a refund which in terms of server owners... Money Whores. Not all the major servers need people to donate because some are youtubers which earn money by posting videos. Only newly created servers don't stand a chance.
Smaller server owners pay for the server to start up. What you're saying is that people have to donate before server comes online! That is an invalid fact and from what I said before I take it all back. Some small servers may become one of the major servers in the world. Lots of people donate to the server because they find it really fun! There is a word called "Cheap" minecraft servers that only cost a few dollars, which is cheap enough to barely need to receive donations!
Lots of servers had prepared for the Eula server and have enough money to last 3-5 years! Thats the reason why everything was in discount. Not all servers are compelety Eula because I joined a prison server since last year and still recieves donations by people buying ranks and ign names!
In conclusion you are only referring to smaller servers! I used to join a cracked server, it was a really good server consist of survival and pvp. Now this server barely receive any donations but it still was online for 6-8 months! And as asked state more facts instead of talking about one topic.
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