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Do you think things on the marketplace should be based on RL pricing?
View Results DeadlyPlay posted 11 months ago
No, since if you based it RL cash, no one would buy anything or really sell much, nor would SL be that enjoyable. I firmly agree with the 74% at the time I posted that no it is fine the way that things are both buying inworld and on the marketplace since some stores don't vary prices between the two.
posted @ 02/13 02:34.47 AM
If ya really think about it in a way it is kinda based on RL pricing converted to L$. Especially if one has @least "dabbled" in creating something and if ya really think about it $10 RL USD [approx 2500 L$] IS pretty cheap for that custom skin that someone spent around 30 hours layering, shading, coloring, and getting "just right" for their SL store.... really would you wanna make 3 cents an hour for that?
posted @ 01/21 04:06.00 AM
posted @ 10/07 07:36.52 AM
Well you should of explained it better then cause I think almost 100% of the people who viewed will think that you meant actual RL pricing.
posted @ 09/08 12:21.10 AM
I kinda like that pricing is dependent on the producer. If there is outcry, they deal with it. If the profit isn't enough to pay their tier, they up the cost or make more stuff. I also like that it is a great opportunity for nice stuff to be sold on the c
posted @ 08/27 06:13.30 PM
It is little bit harder, for newbie in no payment informations. means that the resources only in worlds (social,freebie)
posted @ 08/09 08:37.29 AM
posted @ 08/07 05:16.14 AM
For those who don't know what i mean, example: [furniture costing the same as if buying it in RL] and no i don't mean "400 L" NOT ---->[US$]
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