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4-02-2008 @ 11:03PM
It's amazing that this even received a blue response.1. You see the price before even clicking "bid/buyout"2. You get a confirmation box asking "Do you want to bid/buyout ITEM for Xcost?"3. You click yes.Real world financial transactions have fewer checks on purchases.And WoW is about as perfect a free market as possible. Supply on some items is controlled by Blizz (for example, percent drops of world epics/rares), but things like cloth and leathers can be farmed non-stop. You can skin Clefthoof for hours on end and they won't stop giving you leather. The only "tax" involved is if you sell on the auction house. There is no interest rate to manipulate saving/spending rates. That's pretty free, a system that hasn't existed in Real World terms since pre-governmental hunter-gatherer days.
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