Black Desert March 29 Game Update Patch Notes
17 hours ago
Welcome to your go-to Guild Wars 2 Gold Guide!
A great question came up with regards to where I hide my money. I'll be happy to answer this and a few other questions regarding my riddle.
"But what's the point of doing this and putting money into XXXXX, when it can just sit in ur inventory or bank? I guess I'm just not understanding why."The why is simple: If I'm not going to spend the money anyway, why not allow it to accrue interest? It's like putting money into a real bank for a long time instead of just under your mattress. That's exactly what I did by investing in the riddle's market.
"Unid dyes are not exempt from a price crash though. Remember last year when the drop rate was accidentally buffed massively? The price dropped really low before Anet nerfed the rate back to normal and the market corrected itself. I made a lot of gold from that incident, buying hundreds of unids for 2s each and selling for 10s the very next day. It's unlikely that this will happen again, but it was a mistake last time, who can say with 100% certainty that it wouldn't happen again."The key answer to why I say it has ridden various economic storms is due to the fact that Anet wants dyes to remain expensive. They know that it's a gold sink which gets heavier the more dyes they add to it, so if the price unintentionally drops again, you can expect that Anet not sit idly by. So instead of reading the above quote and getting anxious, you should feel confident in the long term stability of this market.