No you Will not be banned for buying subscriber's but that will harm your channel that you will get fake subscriber's and no view s by your bought subscribers . That's all no harm for your channel in direct manner.
Well, no. Most companies out there may claim to be selling real YouTube subscribers, describing them as “high quality. However, there's nothing quality about them — fakes are fakes. These are fake profiles that are meant to look like subscribers, but actually do nothing for your channel's performance.
If you stop publishing your videos often your entire channel will slow down. This means that after those first 24 hours, your video starts to get fewer and fewer views and it's replaced by other newer videos that are being published. ... If you don't publish more videos, you don't grow.
YouTube has a new way to officially recognize content creators who've reached the incredibly impressive nine-figure subscriber count. At VidCon on J, Google's online video site revealed its new Diamond YouTube Play Button for channels that have crossed the milestone of ten million subscribers.
You can see your channel's user and channel IDs in your advanced account settings on a computer or mobile browser. Sign in to YouTube. From the left menu, select Advanced settings. You'll see your channel's user and channel IDs.
There is no way to get a custom URL without the minimum 100 subscribers. Channel URLs can NOT be changed. You need 100 subscribers to qualify for a custom URL. There is no way to get a custom URL without the minimum 100 subscribers.
The short answer is yes, YouTube can detect fake views. YouTube has been battling the scourge of fake views since its inception in 2005, but they've come a long way from manually removing spam videos (which could be done en masse) and deleting them by hand.
Suspended accounts and subscribers that are identified as spam will not count toward your total number of subscribers or views. These aren't active viewers, so their removal shouldn't impact your views or watch time.