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3-12-2011 @ 2:29AM
@ RankinAgreed on that, but that's a rare exception and doesn't affect the main concern, which is gold sellers. Blizzard can increase drop rates to their heart's desire and it won't have any effect on gold sellers because the root cause of the problem is the enormity of gold available to hackers. For their part they are giving away authenticators (which I want my $8 back, BTW!!) and that will help enormously. More could be done, though.IMO, if accounts stop getting hacked, gold sellers will be effectively out of business in the sense that it has any impact on your or my gameplay. Again, if people want to sell their earned in-game gold, so be it. At the current going rate, according to spam, that's an income that should make them somewhere in the middle of the income chart in Afghanistan. Hardly a worthwhile endeavor.
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