No. Ezoic acts like a proxy, so your site is still going to be hosted by your host and Ezoic is going to sit in between your users and the host, like a CDN, which allows our technology to serve the optimized version of the site quickly. However, some hosts do have an anti-bot feature that is not compatible with Ezoic. It is important publishers ask them to remove it before updating the name servers. You may also need to send a list of IPs for them to whitelist.