How much gold does that translate to? I know you can't convert directly but there has to be a conversion factor that someone has come up with?
How do you find out what the chinese markets are doing?
Where do you get such information?
Also how do "chinese farmers" benefit from selling this gold for real money since the real money remains in the blizzard auction house, and can't be converted to real "real money" as in real life.
As in...once the real money goes into real money auction house...it stays there and become fungible with gold rather than being actual real money.
07/10/2012 04:04 PMPosted by yunJust because gold farmers are selling it doesn't mean that people buying in $ is making that connection and paying the proper ratio. Most items I sell I can get more than 2$ for because that certain market is skewed and has not caught up yet. My advice: a higher demand in something generally means that people will pay a higher ratio $ for it than gold.
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