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8-11-2010 @ 9:24PM
Agreed. The whole section in the article about "Stalking without entering" highlights the problem. People are getting an in-game advantage by paying for this service, and that's a very slippery slope.Also,"Imagine having an email trigger a script that would automatically go and buy out some stock whenever it hits a certain price low."That's called botting. And that's another problem with this service - it's far, far easier to write this type of bot, and others, against a web api than it is to do it in-game.This service will last until the gold-sellers realise the potential, and then Blizzard will have no choice but to stop it because they will wreck the market.Horrible, horrible idea.
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