He buys much of his gold via middlemen, who buy gold in bulk from gold farmers


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Others, like Corne, a 21-year-old Software developer from Arnhem, Netherlands, who refused to disclose his last name, bet gold, and by an extension, the real currency, in battles with OSRS gold other players. "I like money. It doesn't matter if it's real or in RuneScape and other games, money is nice to have," the player said during the course of a phone call.

He buys much of his gold via middlemen, who buy gold in bulk from gold farmers and then resell it on websites like El Dorado or Sythe. Horn estimates that he's racked up between four and five thousand euros, fueling what he believes at some moment was an addiction to gambling.

When players like Corne as well as Mobley were able to come back for RuneScape with the appetites and cash-flows of adulthood the game's black market was booming. Players reported that there was a presence of Chinese gold producers, but there were other players who profited from RuneScape's renaissance: Venezuelans such as Marinez.

On March 12, 2020, Marinez decided to enroll at a police academy in Caracas which is the capital of Venezuela as well as pursue becoming a police officer. The next day after, the Venezuelan government released its initial two cases of COVID-19.

It then closed all schools, shut down the frontiers between Venezuela and other countries and put six states as well as Caracas under quarantine. Marinez was forced to travel on his own and hunkered down at his uncle's house in a city a little fifty miles to the capital.

Two months later, Marinez came back to Maracaibo, "without any money in my pockets," he said. He tried to find a job but was unable to find one in the job market, which was devastated by the pandemic--and a yearslong economic recession.

Ten years prior, Venezuela, a petrostate under the presidency of Hugo Chavez, witnessed a slump in the price of oil. In 2017, the cost of a barrel fell to close to $50 from a high of more than $100, and The U.S. instituted wide-ranging sanctions against Venezuela's autocratic government.

"When oil prices started to drop and the country was left with no cash to purchase goods from abroad," said Alejandro Velasco professor of New York University who specializes in Venezuelan politics, during a phone interview. "As as a result there was no money really to keep the economy going."

Venezuela's coffers were empty after the country spent its largest recent oil cashflow on social programs like subsidised food, medical care, along with literacy and health programs. Chavez also exiled perceived dissenters in the oil industry an attempted coup d'état, which affected production.

And widespread corruption in the administration further hurt the economy, according to Paul Angelo, a fellow at the Council for Foreign Relations who is an expert on Latin American politics.

Runescape producer Jagex has put an end with Runelite HD, a fan-made HD mod of the well-known software that is open source for Old School Runescape, just when the project was set to launch on Monday. The sudden change has some Runescape users expressing anger over Jagex's decision , and stating that they'll switch to other MMOs.

Runelite HD Developer "117" posted on Reddit Tuesday sharing the message he received from Jagex The message was later confirmed by Jagex in its own blog post. Runelite HD operates as a plugin that will provide an overhaul in the visuals of the core game Runescape as found by 117's Twitter. Moderator 117 stated that they've put in around two thousand hours over the course of two years working on Runelite HD.

"Yesterday we contacted the developers of well-known HD projects, and we asked for them to stop working on their projects, because it is a subject we are directly investigating," Jagex stated. Jagex informed 117 that the company's efforts to develop an HD edition of Old School Runescape was "still very early in the exploratory stages" however "very advanced."

"Naturally this implies the fan-driven projects that attempts to alter the look of Old School RuneScape appears will be not in line with our ideas," Jagex wrote to 117. "We believe it is essential to ensure consistency with regard to how Old School appears and therefore we're trying to be sure that our official changes are the only ones that are available.

I hope the news that Jagex and the Old School team are tackling this endeavor with a seriousness is something that you are excited about buy RuneScape gold even though it might indicate that we have to gently ask you to shut down your own personal project."

117 stated that they had offered Jagex their side of the bargain in the form of removing their project once Jagex had released theirs, as well as giving Jagex "collaborative power" over Runelite HD's visual style.

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