Welcome to BeeAnon
Using BeeAnon you can purchase accounts for use on the Hive Network, including Hive.Blog, Hive Engine, etc.
There are no functional differences between accounts created through Hive.blog and BeeAnon, the only key differences are that accounts made through BeeAnon can only be recovered by us, and creating an account via Hive.blog is much slower due to the verification process.
Current account price: $3 USD
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Who runs BeeAnon?
BeeAnon is owned, developed, and operated by @someguy123 - a highly reputable developer, and voted by the community to be a top 20 witness on the Hive network.
How much Hive Power do I get?
At the current moment, we delegate 3 SP to you after we've created your account, and take it back after 30 days. This is enough to get you started, as you'll earn more SP from posting, voting, and commenting.
Why do you charge for accounts? HiveBlog gives them away for free!
Every time an account is created on the blockchain, someone has to pay for it. HiveBlog is ran by a group of people, who have a certain amount of funds for creating accounts, because they launched the network. But because it costs them, they have to perform email verification, phone verification, and there's often a long wait to get the account.
By paying for your account upfront, we create your account INSTANTLY. No waiting weeks for verification.
HiveBlog also operates a one account creation per person policy, meaning that you will not be allowed to register a second account for free if you already have one.
Is it allowed to use third party account creation, or to have multiple accounts?
Hive is a blockchain, which means anyone is able to create accounts, assuming they have at least one account that exists on the blockchain. It isn't "against the rules" to have multiple accounts, or to use third party account creation services. HiveBlog actually encourages it on their sign-up page.
What happens if my account is hacked?
We have a page which details the recovery process. Click here to read about it.
What if I lose my password?
Just like with HiveBlog, there's nothing we can do to help you, unless you have a previous password for the account.
If you have a previous password, it may be possible to recover the account.