Base Library; required by all Zrips plugins
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CMI GeoIP.dat
Optional geo data for IP addresses

CMI Vault
Economy proxy, pre-compiled for CMI Economy

CMI Economy Injector
Prefer using the default Vault? Then you must use this economy injector

CMI Bungee
Bungee proxy support (more info:

Optional CMI API for developers

The main one is which contains all of the plugins. (mcmarket) and are only used for CMI.

Yes, if you have a network of servers behind a proxy. You can use the same JAR on each server behind that proxy.

If the servers are yours, then one license is enough.

No, if you have a network of servers behind a proxy. You can use the same JAR on each server behind that proxy.

If the servers are yours, then one license is enough.

If you are running multiple individual servers, for example, to help a friend with their server. They’d have to get their own license for their own server.

No, currently this is not an option.

Plugins should receive similar, if not exactly the same amount of, updates on all sites.

Please consider prior to purchasing where you wish to have your license.

Yes, you can run a temporary (and private) instance for testing, backing up, etc. An additional license is not required for this.

If you run multiple additional individual servers, say for example one for a friend. They’d have to get their own license though. Distributing the JAR file with them is not allowed.

Yes, BUT only if they’re under your contract, and you understand the risk of them potentially ‘stealing’ it from you. They cannot get a copy for themselves. See it as temporary access to a contractor/employee that helps you on your behalf. 

Sharing your licensed resources with others is not allowed. If you have a friend who wants to start their own server, for example, they will have to purchase their own license.

You are responsible for your license, and understand the risks of sharing it with a developer to avoid them from putting You in an awkward situation and the consequences of legal risks.

Currently no.

Only PayPal payments are accepted at this moment. 

Purchases go through SpigotMC mainly. Direct payment or other manual transfers are not supported. 

Bypassing country restrictions, sanctions, or situations like those is an issue between you and PayPal. We do not offer an alternative.

Yes, but CMI should be updated on all sites at the same time.

However, if you find it’s behind, feel free to reach out.

For code review yes, for personal use no.

While a premium plugin is completely not obfuscated, it’s still intellectual property.

There is nothing to hide so you can always look inside it to make sure about it.

Look but don’t touch. You cannot re-use the copyrighted code, include it in your own resources and/or distribute it (as your own). Respect the work of others.

Yes, you can check the Zrips Github to see the code.

We cannot offer any refunds (no refunds).

Please review the features before considering a purchase, and avoid purchasing what you don’t want to have.

There’s no tryware-, shareware-, or freeware version of the premium plugins.

Use reviews from people who own a premium plugin to get an idea, or if you actually need it, and if it satisfies your needs before purchasing.

Side note: There are a few Zrips plugins that have their repositories on Github, CMI is not one of them by the way.

There is currently no discount offer available.

A discount might occur in case we have a limited-time discount event.

There are currently no plans to make any of the premium plugins more expensive.

However, in case a premium plugin receives more updates and becomes more valuable, then it can increase slightly over time. 

No, you do not have to purchase an upgrade license or a new license.

Getting a license for a premium plugin gives you access to future updates. (When they are ready and as long as the plugin gets updated.)

The main focus and compatibility go to the latest Minecraft versions, older versions might experience some issues and some more broken versions might not even have any support depending on the plugin.

Modded servers are not officially supported in general, so don’t expect a flawless experience with server engines like those. 

Make sure you are using the official Spigot release for 1.8.8/9, or the official Paper release for 1.8.8/9. Other server engines might not work, and lower 1.8 releases are not support.

Some plugins are not dependent on the server’s version and don’t require specific additional work to keep it working as intended.

That said, the older version you have more likely will not have all of the latest features.

While we try to keep backward compatibility with ancient Minecraft versions at some point we will have to drop its support.

Only Spigot/Paper server engine versions are supported officially.

If plugins work on modded servers then they do. But it is not guaranteed to work due to them being completely different in structure and possibly having different base code which can mess up things and prevent the plugin from working correctly.

In most cases, plugins do work without bigger issues and most features will be up and running but at the same time it’s common to experience some minor issues which can create errors in the console.