Hi, I've been seeing a lot of people suggest using VPN-s as if they were interchangeable or even better than private proxies. My problem is I can't find any information that would explain to me how does a VPN achieve this? Do they rotate their own private proxies or how does this work? If they rotate, does this not flag your accounts, always logging in from a different IP, or is that OK if the IP-s come from the same geographical location? Is this always the case though? If on the other hand they don't rotate nothing, then you are always visible to the world from the same IP they provide, how can this replace the multi private proxy's ability to manage many accounts (like on a social media platform)? I guess my question is does a VPN service normally by default provide you a solution where you can manage multiple IP-s, to make each IP consistently work with the same account/profile somewhere?