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    Fair Usage Policy

    Ironforge Usage Policy and Guidelines

    All subscription plans include usage that is subject to this Fair Use policy. Below is a rule-of-thumb for determining which projects fall within our definition of "Fair Use" and which do not. Ironforge reserves the right to determine whether to contact or otherwise restrict accounts which violate its Fair Usage Policy

    Examples of Fair Use

    • Static sites
    • Hybrid apps
    • Frontend apps
    • Wallets
    • Single page applications
    • Functions that query DBs or APIs
    • Blogs, ecommerce, and marketing sites

    Never Fair Use

    • Proxies and VPNs
    • Scrapers
    • Crypto Mining
    • Load Testing

    Usage Guidelines

    As a guideline for our community, we expect most users to fall abide within the usage ranges for each plan as outlined in our billing tiers. We will notify you if your usage is an outlier. Our goal is to be as permissive as possible while not allowing an unreasonable burden on our infrastructure. Where possible, we'll reach out to you ahead of any action we take to address unreasonable usage and work with you to correct it.

    For Teams on the Pro plan, you can pay for additional usage as you go, or enter into an Enterprise plan, which has costs and limits aligned with your usage of the Ironforge platform.

    Commercial Usage

    Free accounts are restricted to non-commercial personal use only. All commercial usage of the platform requires either a Pro or Enterprise plan.

    Commercial usage is defined as usage of the Ironforge platform for the purpose of financial gain of anyone involved in any part of the production of the project, including a paid employee or consultant writing the code. Examples of this include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Any method of requesting or processing payment from users of an application.
    • Advertising the sale of a product or service.
    • Receiving payment to create, update, or host an application.
    • The inclusion of advertisements, including but not limited to online advertising platforms like Google AdSense.

    Asking for Donations does not fall under commercial usage.

    If you are unsure whether or not your application would be defined as commercial usage, don't hesitate to get in touch with the Ironforge Support team.

    Circumventing or otherwise misusing Ironforge’s limits or usage guidelines is a violation of our Fair Use Policy.

    For further information regarding this policy and acceptable use of our Services, please refer to our Terms of Service or your Enterprise Service Agreement.

    Ironforge reserves the right to update its Fair Usage Policy at its discretion.