IRC4Fun Channel Service (CService) X

IRC4Fun’s Channel Service Committee (also referred to as “CService”) is a special selection of volunteers that assist users with Channel Service or Usernames questions/support, issues, and maintain the stability of XX‘s primary function is to provide a stable Channel Service to prevent “channel takeovers”, preserve access levels, settings and moreX can even be used to send a NOTE to another registered user.

X Commands Web Interface  News  Committee Members  X Guidelines  Reset Password Register Channel

Additional Forms:

Email Change Reclaim My Channel Manager Change Object to a Channel Contact Us       Channels Registered

It is a benefit to have a registered username with X.  A username allows you to activate usermode +x (Hidden Host), get access on Channels, receive NOTEs, be able to join +r (Registered & Authenticated Only) channels, and to stay up-to-date on important IRC4Fun news and updates. (the newsletter is optional, but highly recommended)

To register a username with X: /msg X HELLO <username> <yourvalid@email.com> <yourvalid@email.com>

EU Users: You must be 16 years of age, or older to register a username.

US Users: You must be 13 years of age, or older to register a username.

Issues & Support:

#CService – Official Help/Support Channel for IRC4Fun Channel Service (X).   Contact Us

#Usernames – Official Help/Support Channel for X usernames/accounts.        Contact Us

     Username Suspended?     Contact Us


   Frequently Asked Questions


IRC4Fun uses a custom, modernized (closed source) version of GNUWorld [X].  It was created by KrushNet developers and gained popularity as Undernet‘s (one of the oldest, and formerly one of the top IRC networks) new P10 Channel Service.  However, what remains of the active developers and those reining power over a dying network; are not open to other developers and instead banning them: which led to us taking our version to closed source, and not sharing our improvements or security enhancements.