What the game looks like at the exchange (and the grand exchange)
A week ago, we reported on what the grand exchanges looked like when players were able to buy and sell the game’s currency.
That story has been updated to include more information on what’s in store for the exchanges in the near future.
The exchange, which will open this month, will offer two types of trading: real money and virtual currency.
The real money is the game currency, and the virtual currency will be the player’s bank account.
In the game, you can choose one of two currencies: one that represents your real currency, or one that’s created by the game itself.
If you’ve purchased something in real money, it will be yours to spend on whatever you want.
If you’re using a virtual currency, it’s tied to a number of real currency accounts, and can only be spent in those accounts.
When you buy something from the real money account, the amount you receive is calculated based on how much real money you’re spending.
So, if you have 10,000 real money in the account, for example, and spend it on a single game item, you will receive an additional 10,001.
In the same way, you receive 1,000 virtual currency when you spend something from your virtual currency account.
You can use a virtual credit card or an online prepaid card.
Players can also exchange currency between accounts, either for real money or for virtual money.
Both types of currencies are stored in a bank account, and players can choose which accounts they want to store their money in.
A player’s real money accounts will only hold up to 50,000, while the virtual money accounts are limited to 100,000.
The total amount of real money available in both accounts can be capped at $10,000 a month, and you can’t transfer virtual currency to an account.
If a player decides to transfer their virtual currency from one account to another, the money will go to that account.
It will then be put in that account and the money stored there will be put into the bank account that was used to buy that game item.
Some real money players have already decided to transfer to the grand currency accounts to help cover their spending costs.
However, it won’t be cheap.
If the price of a game item you want to buy goes up by $10 to $20 a month in real life, you’re still paying a $50 transfer fee.
It’s unlikely you’ll be able to do that, though.
Once the grand currencies are up and running, the players will be able trade real money for virtual currency in their bank accounts.
In return, they’ll be getting access to virtual currencies they already have, and they can deposit them into the account.
They can also deposit the virtual currencies into a real money card, or a prepaid card that can be used at participating stores.
This process is similar to how it works for purchasing goods and services.
If players choose to purchase a product with real money rather than virtual money, they pay a transaction fee and then the game will then transfer their real money to a virtual account.
The virtual currency is then used in the same manner as the real currency.
Unlike real money transactions, however, you cannot deposit a virtual money card into a bank in order to buy a game.
You must deposit the card into the cardholder’s bank and then use that card to purchase the game item at the store.
You also have to use that virtual card to make an in-game purchase of that game.
As you can see, players will have to wait for the grand markets to open, and will likely have to make their purchases in person, but there’s no need to be too excited about it.
It’s not clear yet if the virtual cash will be available to buy the same games, but we’ll be sure to report back if we do.
We’ll also update this article with more information as it becomes available.