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Mod compatibility

Human support

Full file access

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At least 128gb RAM

Simple control panel

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Why host Minecraft with a broccoli?

Hosting your Minecraft server doesn't have to be a big deal. At indifferent broccoli, we offer top-of-the-line hardware and support to ensure a seamless gaming experience with your pals.

Our control panel is easy to use, and you can effortlessly customize settings and install mods. Plus, our network infrastructure is lightning fast and dependable, so you won't have to worry about lag or downtime.

We've got you covered with affordable plans that fit your budget. And if you ever run into any problems, our customer support team is available 24/7 to help you out. But hey, don't take our word for it. Check out our reviews on Trustpilot.

Mastering the Blocky World of Minecraft

Explore and Build

Minecraft is a sandbox game that empowers players to shape and interact with a dynamically generated blocky world. Inspired by games like Dwarf Fortress and Infiniminer, Minecraft places you in a vast world where you can mine for resources, craft tools, and build anything from simple huts to complex automated machines. Survival mode pits you against the environment, hostile creatures, and the need to secure food and shelter to survive.

Cooperate or Compete

While you can explore and survive alone, Minecraft thrives through multiplayer collaboration. Players can join servers where communities flourish. Engage in projects with friends or compete in challenges. Voice chat and vibrant community forums, like Minecraft Forum, enhance the experience and allow for deeper engagement and shared adventures.

Fortify and Defend

In Minecraft, creating a fortified base is not just a survival tactic but a way to express creativity. Choose a location—from a mountainous outpost to an underwater hideaway—and use resources like obsidian and enchantments to protect against enemies and the dreaded Creepers. Sustainable resources such as farms and renewable energy sources like wind or solar panels ensure your survival and allow for long-term advancements in your world.

Frequently asked questions

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The amount of RAM needed can vary widely based on the number of players and server complexity. A basic server for a few friends needs at least 3GB of RAM, but larger servers with mods or extensive builds might need 8GB or more.

The title of '#1 Minecraft server' can be subjective and varies based on player preferences. However, large servers like Hypixel are often considered among the top due to their extensive game modes and large player base. Here's our list of top Minecraft servers in 2024.

A 2GB Minecraft server can typically support about 5 to 10 players comfortably. However, the actual number can vary based on the server’s configuration, the world size, and the number of plugins or mods installed.

Minecraft server owners can earn money through various methods such as donations, selling in-game items or ranks, and sponsorship deals. The profitability depends largely on the server's popularity and the community's willingness to support it. With indifferent broccoli, you can split the cost of your server subscription with our built-in Split The Cost tool.

While it's possible to host a Minecraft server on your own hardware for free, professional hosting services like indifferent broccoli provide enhanced security, support, and bandwidth for a more reliable experience. We offer a 2-day free trial with no credit card required.

1GB of RAM is not sufficient for hosting a Minecraft server, even if you only have a few players. You'll need at least 3GB of RAM, especially if you have mod packs or larger player groups.

Yes, hosting a Minecraft server usually costs money, especially if you're using a professional hosting service that provides additional features like automatic backups, large bandwidth, and server management tools. indifferent broccoli offers Minecraft hosting from $6/month for 3GB of RAM.

The oldest Minecraft server still running is MinecraftOnline, which has been operational since August 2010. It is known for its preservation of structures and community-driven projects over the years.

How do I set up a Minecraft dedicated server?

With indifferent broccoli

Running your Minecraft server is simple.

  1. Enter your email and password
  2. Select your plan size and region
  3. Press the 'Launch 2-Day Free Trial' button
  4. Enjoy your new server

Without indifferent broccoli

Running a Minecraft dedicated server is... complicated.

System Requirements

To run a Minecraft dedicated server, you'll want a system with at least 3GB of RAM and a quad-core processor. The operating system must be Linux (Ubuntu 16.04+), Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit), or Windows Server 2012-2022. Modded servers will require even more processing power.


Minecraft dedicated server software can be downloaded from Minecraft.net. Java must be installed.

For Linux:

Java -jar “name of your jar”.jar

For Windows:

Java -jar “name of your jar”.jar

You'll need to forward UDP Port 25565

To avoid having to type in the terminal each time to start the server, you can create a .bat (Windows) file or .sh (Linux) file with the java arguments.

Starting the server

You can launch the server by running the .jar file from Minecraft.net in a command prompt.

You can also run the server by using command line in the server's directory after creating a .bat or .sh file to run it: