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Question about Bitcoin Faucets and the Mycelium Wallet, I have gotten a bunch of contradictory information and want to get it sorted.

Hey guys, to give some background information: I did a bunch of work for someone for their Twitch channel, after I got paid via PayPal and sent everything over they took the money back. After that I learned that Digital Purchases are not good to do through PayPal, so I am going to the BTC route. I used to do faucets all the time probably in 2011 or 2012, but haven't really done much on BTC since then and have forgotten a lot.
I've tried like ten faucets and none of them have sent any BTC to my wallet on Mycelium. I watched a YouTube video on Public / Private keys and it said never give your Private key out, but when I use Mycelium I was told when I click "Receive" and copy the address, that is my private key. There's a spot for the Public Key, but its over 110 characters long, the private key is 34. That is what I thought I was supposed to use. But like I said, I enter a bunch of faucets and haven't got any payments back. I feel like I'm doing this wrong, I have one source telling me to do it one way, and another saying never do it that way.
I am using faucets to try and make sure I can take payments correctly before I sell anything actually valuable.
Thanks!
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Quick question about Bitcoin faucets.

Like most new Bitcoin users I am trying to acquire some Bitcoin to mess around with, send to friends, etc, and have come across several BTC faucets. My question is: how exactly do faucets work? Who is handing out this money and why? Is it safe? Sorry if this is a stupid question.
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A blog about Bitcoin. Faucets list, Mining and Investing in Bitcoin

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About Bitcoin Faucets

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Hello Cardano - Introducing Aurum Stake Pools🚰 Faucets🚰

Hello Cardano community,
First of all, we’d like to introduce ourselves. Aurum is a group of industry leading software engineer professionals. We’ve begun this new project with cryptocurrency to try to explore different options for a viable long term company. We wanted to start our journey with Cardano, since this is a community we are excited about and want to be part of.
Now that all the introductions are done, let’s cut to the chase! What do we offer in our stake pools?
At Aurum, we have been brainstorming fun and innovative ways to introduce our pools to our delegators and during one of our conversations the idea of a Faucet came out. For those that are not familiar, this wikipedia page talks about Bitcoin faucet and what they were used for. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin_faucet
For our first pool (Ticker: AUSP, PoolId: 5007483bab60674a9000dced43d83717cad17b885b76377a4bfada1e), we have decided to give 1% of the 5% Stake pool operator reward percentage to 1 of our delegators each epoch, leaving us with the 4% to manage the pool.
So how does it work?
If you stake with our pool, once per epoch, you will still earn 95% of the rewards (like all the other pools) split by all the delegators; however, you will get the chance to earn the full 1% of the reward. So let’s plug some numbers, shall we ?
Since we think about the long term, let’s start by saying that all our examples are based on 30,000,000 Stake pool size (the maximum Pool Saturation when Cardano reaches 1000 stake pools limit).
Let’s assume that you have invested 1,000,000 ADA in the above stake pool which is at 29,000,000 total stake, reaching 30,000,000 of a Total stake.
You will be earning 49,694.50 ADA yearly or 680.746331274 ADA per epoch, which is 4.9694% reward per year. However, let’s assume there are 10 other delegators to the same pool, you will get 1/10 chance every epoch to earn an extra 217.107146151 ADA. Since there are 73 epochs in a year you could have the chance of getting it 7 times, increasing your yearly income of an extra 1519.75002306 ADA which would be a 5.12% reword per year.
At Aurum we understand that not everyone will stake the same amount and it would be unfair for the bigger delegators, however for our first pool we tried to keep it simple. We are working on tools to automate the process, as well as a website, where we could pair and match different stakeholders with the same amount of staking to the same pool.
Further, since we are a customer obsessed group, we are interested in knowing your opinion and any ideas you might have. At Aurum, there are different ideas we have been discussing around this Faucet concept. For example, we have discussed creating a pool where the stake operator reward goes only to small delegators (1000 ADA or less), or a stake pool where 50% goes to the Faucet and 45% goes to the delegators. Additionally, we have been discussing other ideas outside this Facet concept, such as stake pools as a service or privately managed stake pools. Let us know what you are interested about and we will definitely listen.
At Aurum, we are excited for the future and all of these projects.
Stay in touch, we are always open to questions and you can reach us on any of our social networks or our telegram channel mentioned below.
Let’s us know if we missed anything. We are excited to hear from you!
The Aurum team.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/austakepool
Telegram: https://t.me/austakepool
Website: https://www.austakepool.com
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Hello Cardano Community - Introducing Aurum Stake Pools🚰 Faucets🚰

Hello Cardano community,
First of all, we’d like to introduce ourselves. Aurum is a group of industry leading software engineer professionals. We’ve begun this new project with cryptocurrency to try to explore different options for a viable long term company. We wanted to start our journey with Cardano, since this is a community we are excited about and want to be part of.
Now that all the introductions are done, let’s cut to the chase! What do we offer in our stake pools?
At Aurum, we have been brainstorming fun and innovative ways to introduce our pools to our delegators and during one of our conversations the idea of a Faucet came out. For those that are not familiar, this wikipedia page talks about Bitcoin faucet and what they were used for. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin_faucet
For our first pool (ticker: AUSP), we have decided to give 1% of the 5% Stake pool operator reward percentage to 1 of our delegators each epoch, leaving us with the 4% to manage the pool.
So how does it work?
If you stake with our pool, once per epoch, you will still earn 95% of the rewards (like all the other pools) split by all the delegators; however, you will get the chance to earn the full 1% of the reward. So let’s plug some numbers, shall we ?
Since we think about the long term, let’s start by saying that all our examples are based on 30,000,000 Stake pool size (the maximum Pool Saturation when Cardano reaches 1000 stake pools limit).
Let’s assume that you have invested 1,000,000 ADA in the above stake pool which is at 29,000,000 total stake, reaching 30,000,000 of a Total stake.
You will be earning 49,694.50 ADA yearly or 680.746331274 ADA per epoch, which is 4.9694% reward per year. However, let’s assume there are 10 other delegators to the same pool, you will get 1/10 chance every epoch to earn an extra 217.107146151 ADA. Since there are 73 epochs in a year you could have the chance of getting it 7 times, increasing your yearly income of an extra 1519.75002306 ADA which would be a 5.12% reword per year.
At Aurum we understand that not everyone will stake the same amount and it would be unfair for the bigger delegators, however for our first pool we tried to keep it simple. We are working on tools to automate the process, as well as a website, where we could pair and match different stakeholders with the same amount of staking to the same pool.
Further, since we are a customer obsessed group, we are interested in knowing your opinion and any ideas you might have. At Aurum, there are different ideas we have been discussing around this Faucet concept. For example, we have discussed creating a pool where the stake operator reward goes only to small delegators (1000 ADA or less), or a stake pool where 50% goes to the Faucet and 45% goes to the delegators. Additionally, we have been discussing other ideas outside this Facet concept, such as stake pools as a service or privately managed stake pools. Let us know what you are interested about and we will definitely listen.
At Aurum, we are excited for the future and all of these projects.
Stay in touch, we are always open to questions and you can reach us on any of our social networks or our telegram channel mentioned below.
Let’s us know if we missed anything. We are excited to hear from you!
The Aurum team.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/austakepool
Telegram: https://t.me/austakepool
Website: https://www.austakepool.com
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Cryptocurrency faucet freebitcoin it's all in the name free bitcoin what is a better way to learn about how to use Cryptocurrency. Anyone who uses my referral will get 10% of all referral claims and first 10 get 50 Satoshi from me as a thanks.

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Bitcoin testnet faucet ? I’m writing about payment service and will be needing at least a few hundred or couple thousand tbtc ! anyone know where i get bitcoin testnet ? Help !

Bitcoin testnet!
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Bitcoin testnet faucet ? I’m writing about payment service and will be needing at least a few hundred or couple thousand tbtc ! anyone know where i get bitcoin testnet ?

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How worthwhile would it be to invest in Bitcoin mining?

Hello all, I posted a question earlier asking about Bitcoin faucets and if they're really worth it. However, I have started looking into Bitcoin Mining; I know that a good amount of people do it, mostly for the profit of it. I saw the AntMiner S7, and thought that it would be decently affordable (and would pay itself off soon enough). Upon further research, however, I have noticed that there are certain drawbacks to it. The biggest problem I've noticed is the "difficulty" factor. I feel that the returns will diminish too quickly. Also, since the Bitcoin price is subject to changes, I am afraid that the Bitcoin price may suddenly fall before the AntMiner will pay for itself. Another option would be to get a block erupter too, but I just don't know if it's worth it. Alas, I'm here to ask those of you who have experience with this... Is it too late to get in the game, or is there still an opportunity here?
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6 Ways to Earn Bitcoins Online

by Julia McGovern | Mar 12, 2015 | Bitcoin Talks
6 Ways to Earn Bitcoins Online Every day, Bitcoin the cryptocurrency and Bitcoin the technology gets more popular. When in 2011 you had to write a person from the other continent to order a pizza for you with Bitcoins, now you can do something like that in a number of major cities. In some countries like the Netherlands, the entire towns are Bitcoin-friendly (such as Arnhem, often called ‘the Bitcoin city’) now with a range of services available for those who are willing to pay with BTC. The more ways are there to spend the cryptocurrency, the more ways are there to obtain them. Let us look at some of the approaches to help you earn Bitcoins online.
  1. Mine your own Bitcoins The very first way to get your own Bitcoins was through mining. In 2009, every block mined (every 10 minutes on average) brought a reward of 50 BTC to the lucky one who managed to solve the computational problem. Right now, every block brings 12,5 BTC. While the reward is still luring, there are some issues which stand in the way of earning some loot:
– The hashing difficulty has grown significantly over the last years. No single equipment has enough computational power to compete for Bitcoins. – Mining has gotten unprofitable. – In hope for some reward, people are forced to unite in pools or use cloud mining services. – Even when the efforts are combined, there is still need to pay for the electricity, and the utility bills often exceed the mining reward.
All these factors make Bitcoin mining these days unprofitable. This makes us move forward to the next strategy of earning Bitcoins online.
  1. Do work for Bitcoins If mining is not for you, you can search for work that you can do for Bitcoins. There are multiple services that will offer one an opportunity to work for cryptocurrency. You can find something at Coinality or by just going to /Jobs4Bitcoins on Reddit. Currently, you can earn Bitcoins online as a freelancer mainly, but some Bitcoin startups and companies like Overstock offer an option to get the regular payment in BTC. With greater acceptance, there will be more options to look for.
  2. Offer something for Bitcoins Another way to earn Bitcoins online is to sell something for crypto. If you are keen on handmade, you can accept BTC on your ETSY page, and if you are a merchant, you can use your Bitcoin address to accept Bitcoins payment on your website. You can also hang a “Bitcoin Accepted Here” sign at your hotel, restaurant, café etc.
  3. Gambling and casino games If you are searching for a simple way to earn Bitcoins online, you may try gambling. However, while it might seem to you as easy money, gaming has a number of risks which need to be taken into account. In the following article, we have outlined for you some websites worth checking out when trying out your luck: Bitcoin Gambling. We don’t guarantee that you win, which is why we strongly recommend you to play only if you have some initial capital to spend. On the other hand, who knows, maybe you will get lucky and multiply your crypto.
  4. Use various Bitcoin faucets We have already mentioned gambling and faucets in a recent article. What you need to know about Bitcoin faucets is that they allow you to get a small amount of cryptocurrency in particular time spans. For example, on many Bitcoin dice websites you can get 0.0001 BTC every 5 minutes. However, to get a new portion of satoshis, you need to have a zero balance. There are other options too where you can earn ‘Bitcoin dust’ for time spent on the website (for example, when playing games). You cannot gain much here, but sometimes it can be enough to get a feeling of owning some crypto.
  5. Boost your trading skills A good way to make an earning with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general is to do it through trading. CEX.IO allows you buying Bitcoins with payment cards or via bank transfer, after which you can convert it to other crypto or fiat using the price volatility at your advantage. Sometimes, however, Bitcoin trading can be very similar to gambling – high risks are involved here too. In order to minimise them, you need to learn a bit about trading. You may follow our blog to get some trading tips. Meanwhile, you can start with our 3 tips for profitable trading and then explore our trading category. Just start with a little amount, and when you feel more confident, you will be able to get to bigger earnings.
Earning Bitcoins online: Summary There are quite a few ways to earn Bitcoins online, and they are all different. Some of them, such as gambling, or trading, involve risks. However, while in gambling everything depends mainly on luck, trading requires some substantial knowledge. You can stay tuned for our tips on how to not just earn your Bitcoins, but to multiply it. Regardless of what strategy you choose, you still have to find a secure place to buy, sell, and store your Bitcoins. CEX.IO has been a well-known player on the Bitcoin market since 2013, offers a user-friendly service for buying, selling, trading, and keeping Bitcoins secure. None of its users has ever experienced account funds theft, and, all in all, CEX.IO deserves to be one of the best Bitcoin services known so far.
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Claim your bitcoin and cryptocurrencies every 5 min!

Hi, I've been lurking around for a while and never happened to read anything here about bitcoin faucets.
Bitcoin faucets are an easy and free way to gain bitcoins (and many different coins, which can be converted in bitcoins). All you have to do is setup a bitcoin wallet anywhere (I use coinpot for faucets https://coinpot.co/ ), periodically visit the page and confirm you are an human to claim coins. Faucets are different, in common, they don't really pay much but most have a referral program which helps stacking additional earnings, many have no payout limit (coins instantly in wallet, no need to withdraw) and most have a "fidelity" bonus, which increases just claiming once a day. The more faucets you have, the more you make, to improve this process websites like FaucetHub help gathering all your faucets and give a better user-interface.
Always remember, Bitcoin has been the best investment index of the last decade, why don't invest just a little bit of time?
I am leaving a few links I use, there is literally an infinite amount of faucets available on the internet, just google!
Common and incredibly easy to use faucets: LitecoinRef / NonRef || DogecoinRef / NonRef || BitcoinRef / NonRef
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Claim bitcoins and cryptocurrencies every 5 min, Refeer to earn more

Hi, I've been lurking around for a while and never happened to read anything here about bitcoin faucets.
Bitcoin faucets are an easy and free way to gain bitcoins (and many different coins, which can be converted in bitcoins). All you have to do is setup a bitcoin wallet anywhere (I use coinpot for faucets https://coinpot.co/ ), periodically visit the page and confirm you are an human to claim coins. Faucets are different, in common, they don't really pay much but most have a referral program which helps stacking additional earnings, many have no payout limit (coins instantly in wallet, no need to withdraw) and most have a "fidelity" bonus, which increases just claiming once a day. The more faucets you have, the more you make, to improve this process websites like FaucetHub help gathering all your faucets and give a better user-interface.
Always remember, Bitcoin has been the best investment index of the last decade, why don't invest just a little bit of time?
I am leaving a few links I use, there is literally an infinite amount of faucets available on the internet, just google!
Common and incredibly easy to use faucets: LitecoinRef / NonRef || DogecoinRef / NonRef || BitcoinRef / NonRef
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Claim Cryptocurrencies every 5 mins and earn from Refs!

Hi, I've been lurking around for a while and never happened to read anything here about bitcoin faucets.
Bitcoin faucets are an easy and free way to gain bitcoins (and many different coins, which can be converted in bitcoins). All you have to do is setup a bitcoin wallet anywhere (I use coinpot for faucets https://coinpot.co/ ), periodically visit the page and confirm you are an human to claim coins. Faucets are different, in common, they don't really pay much but most have a referral program which helps stacking additional earnings, many have no payout limit (coins instantly in wallet, no need to withdraw) and most have a "fidelity" bonus, which increases just claiming once a day. The more faucets you have, the more you make, to improve this process websites like FaucetHub help gathering all your faucets and give a better user-interface.
This isnt really completely passive, but after you've gained a bit of referrals they make up most of the income!
Always remember, Bitcoin has been the best investment index of the last decade, why don't invest just a little bit of time?
I am leaving a few links I use, there is literally an infinite amount of faucets available on the internet, just google!
Common and incredibly easy to use faucets: LitecoinRef / NonRef || DogecoinRef / NonRef || BitcoinRef / NonRef
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I have Two Questions:

1: Is there a history about bitcoin faucets, i mean like a wiki ? 2: Can any of you tell me the Best bitcoin faucets out there, as i am a broke young man ?
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Interesting in learning more

I've been doing some research and would like to know a bit more about how bitcoin works....really, how do I acquire bitcoins?
I don't have the technical expertise to mine for coins (do I need this or is it simply installing software?)
I've read about bitcoin faucets, but am totally lost on them.
Sorry for the novice post, but I'd like to learn more and if this subreddit is anything like other subreddits, I'm guessing there is a community of knowledgeable folks who can help put things into more simple terms for someone like me. Thanks!
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FaucetChecker: awesome!

I found this website that does not use advertising of any kind, and contains updated information about bitcoin faucets that works and those who are scams:
http://faucetchecker.masterdevelopment.co/
The truth is that I used some faucets advised for this page and I have accumulated a good amount of Satoshis. I hope to accumulate more to buy some books I need.
I have nothing to do with the creator of this website. I'm just saying, because its website has helped me because in the past, I lost work and time answering surveys and watching advertising for some Satoshis, but mostly I found scam websites.
CU
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Cryptocurrency has created a lot of different ways of earning money. Find the best solutions on GoalsMethod.com and earn Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and more. Complete offers, take paid surveys, watch videos, install apps and play games on the best Bitcoin faucets. Learn about Cloud mining, crypto t

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11-27 00:24 - 'Where's ShortyTheBearTrader gone? / I reckon he is in that that 'swimming pool' of his that he keeps talking about. / My recommendations for Shorty regarding that ~~pool~~ bathtub: don't get your toes stuck in the faucet...' by /u/BCash_BeTrash removed from /r/Bitcoin within 92-102min

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Where's ShortyTheBearTrader gone?
I reckon he is in that that 'swimming pool' of his that he keeps talking about.
My recommendations for Shorty regarding that pool bathtub: don't get your toes stuck in the faucets; don't run it too hot, keep up some good lather and keep those rubber ducks moving. Sell when they bob up, and buy when they bob down. Keep your computer dry.
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What you didnt know about SpectroCoin. They have FREE Bitcoin Faucet. Here's the link. http://goo.gl/PSYZTb

What you didnt know about SpectroCoin. They have FREE Bitcoin Faucet. Here's the link. http://goo.gl/PSYZTb submitted by bankera_community to Bankera [link] [comments]

The Problems With Tarkov's Economy and Balance.

Welcome to my overly long TED Talk about Tarkov's overall economy and the balancing issues within itself.
First, before I continue with the analysis of Tarkovs economy, let me throw some definitions your way, as understanding these things is very important to understanding what i'm about to explain.
FAUCETS
Faucets are feature or design decision that puts value into an economy.
SINKS
Sinks are features or design decisions that take away value from an economy.
NETS.
Not sure if this is an actual definition, but a Net is something that blocks value from falling into a sink. It's not a faucet, but it acts like one.
LOOT ECONOMY
The loot economy is essentially the 'FIR Economy'. It encompasses every piece of loot found in raid, even loot taken off of players bodies that doesn't have the FIR tag.
THE PLAYER-DRIVEN ECONOMY
The player driven economy is essentially the Flea Market.
Now it's important to understand what makes an economy sustainable. A stable economy would have to have tons of sinks for players to put their money into, while providing faucets for players to take money from. EFT's faucets include...
-FIR LOOT from PMC RUNS
-LOOT Gets Vendored
-LOOT Gets Sold on Flea (Requires Level 15)
-LOOT Gets Crafted Into FIR Items (Requires Hideout)
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Vendored
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Sold on FLEA (Requires Level 15)
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Used
-PvP LOOT from PMC RUNS
-LOOT Gets Vendored
-LOOT Gets Used
-FIR LOOT from SCAV RUNS
-LOOT Gets Vendored
-LOOT Gets Sold on Flea (Requires Level 15)
-LOOT Gets Crafted Into FIR Items (Requires Hideout)
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Vendored
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Sold on FLEA (Requires Level 15)
-CRAFTED LOOT Gets Used
-PvP LOOT from SCAV RUNS
-LOOT Gets Vendored
-LOOT Gets Used
-BITCOIN FARM (Requires Hideout)
-And i'm sure many more than i'm missing
An economy also needs to have a lot of sinks to keep an economy flowing and stop players from amassing massive hordes of wealth. EFT's sinks include...
-Lost Gear from PMC RUNS (Recycles back into the 'PvP LOOT from PMC and SCAV RUNS' Faucets. But for another player.)
-Flea Market Taxes
-Medical Costs (Optional)
-Food Costs (Optional and Minor Sink)
-Hideout Upgrade Costs (Temporary Sink, Eventually turns into Faucet.)
-Scav Case Losses (Gambling)
-and a probably a few more that have slipped my mind.
Maybe you can already start to see some issues, and I haven't even started yet.
EFT's economy also has Nets, EFT's nets include
-Insurance
-Armor and Weapon Repairs
-Items in Secure Container (Maybe that would be counted here?)
EFT's economy is not sustainable. In order for an economy like EFT's to continue, they would need far more sinks to create a sense of scarcity. Veterans say that money is far too easy to make, but that's not the issue, money is far too hard to lose.
Ever wonder why you see a lot of squads using meta gear? Its because they all get their insurance back whenever they die, as it only takes 1 surviving member of a 5-man team, to secure his dead squadmates gear, and chuck it in a bush. Eliminating most of a squads expenses.
Solo players on the other hand, don't have this luxury, and will use a lot of low-end to mid-tier gear, expecting to lose it, and get it back in insurance, because it's not worth picking up.
BSG needs to incorporate more sinks and adjust their nets in a way that fixes it, otherwise the game will forever rely on wipes, and there will never be proper scarcity in the economy.
I want everyone to try and remember what it was like when you first booted up the game, had no fucking idea what you were doing, and how i'm sure many of you were scared shitless about losing your last P226 or Grach, and elated about finding a rifle, probably not knowing it shot dog-shit .366 rounds.
Now, i've spoken to a lot of new players, and a lot them have this sense of overwhelming anxiety about playing the game once they realise that death has consequences. This anxiety also helps tremendously with selling the games atmosphere, but as people get more experienced and more wealthy, that anxiety goes away, and so does the games atmosphere.
Its not possible to put us all back into the shoes of a new player, as a lot of the anxiety is caused by not knowing what the hell is going on or that you have an infinite source of income to the left of your PMC. But it is possible to bring back *SOME* of that anxiety by introducing gear scarcity into the Loot Economy.

There is almost no gear scarcity in the Loot Economy for a few reasons.
1. The flea-market allows people to buy whatever they want, whenever they want.
-There's a few ways to change this, removing it IS NOT the answer.
2. Playing in a squad tremendously increases your chances of getting your gear back in insurance.
3. Trader prices for Meta gear are far too low and Meta gear is far to easily obtained from raiders, bosses, and players wearing this gear; because it's so easy to obtain.
Now these things COULD be fixed, but if you did it would make a lot of gear useless. Because there are more issues.
Ammo and armor balance is scuffed.
Let me just give a few examples.
Everyone wants 7n31. It's a hot new ammo that everyone wants to try out, yet its sold out every trader reset. To counter this, BSG adds it as a craftable in the hideout. Now, it's all over the flea market, but very expensive, at the time of writing this it's 1700 RUB around. Pricey.
Now 7n31 coupled with the rate of fire of most of the guns that shoot it, goes through level 4 and 5 like butter, and even level 6 pretty well. But this is where we start to run into issues.
By increasing the supply of 7n31 and many other AP ammos, you've essentially massively decreased the effectiveness of many Higher-End armors.
"Oh well, that's fine, now newer and rats players have a chance of getting through all these chad armors."
Except that's not what happens.
Let me use a better example.
M62 is $5 a bullet. It completely ignores level 5 and goes through level 6 like butter. It is widely available, and very cheap.
Why would you use Level 5 and 6 when going up against this ammo?
There is no reason, Level 5 and 6 only slows you down when your up against AP Ammo.
That's fine though, this rare and exotic ammo should be able to go through armor like its nothing, that's why I pay exorbitant amounts of money and grind to obtain this ammo.
Except its not rare and exotic, its extremely common, with very little work to obtain, and this goes for a lot of the bullets in the game. Most Meta ammos are reasonably affordable and put down level 5 and 6 easily, which begs the question, why would I use Level 5 and 6? Why would I spend 800k on a slick, when someone can spend $5 to ignore it.
This goes into another issue that I see a lot of people talking about, the TTK (Time To Kill) The TTK isn't going to be fixed by adding 5 more health to the thorax, it will be fixed when armor actually does something. The only thing 5 more health on the Thorax does is make it more expensive to run AP ammo against unarmored players, and make bolt actions useless compared to DMRs.
TTK also effects the New Player experience, a lot of new player will simply spam their little makarov at big bad Altyn man and wonder why it did nothing. That's because armor isn't hard to get either, its harder to get than the ammo that pens it sure, but it's still very easy to get if you know how to get it. Meanwhile that new player is wondering why everyone is going through their cool new level 4 ceramic armor, and they're bullets aren't doing anything.
Now if they fixed the the Loot Economy and made armor, ammo and other gear harder to find, it would do nothing, because the traders sell ammo extremely cheap and armor extremely expensive compared to the ammo. Which means armor is going to get burnt, found, repaired and used until that person dies and the armor gets picked up again or scrapped at fence.
Now the traders, from what I understand, are supposed to eventually have extremely limited stock and options. However, seemingly, the community hates the idea of sold out traders.
I have an aneurysm everytime I see a post complaining about super high-pen ammo being sold out, and then immediately see the supply go up the next day, like what just happened with 7n31.
Because you're making. The problem. Worse.
Now, I want to believe that BSG will continue with their plans to make an economy based on scarcity, but this community has an issue with crying about a lot of dumb shit. Which, don't get me wrong, if the vast majority agrees that something needs to change, it probably should. We play the game more than the devs, we know what is fun.
But when you guys complain about something as sophisticated as tarkov's economy, and you have no idea what you're talking about, thats bad.
I wouldn't be making this section of the post, if I thought that BSG would ignore the complaints. But they have this habit of caving in to the community's crys. Please BSG, do not do this.
TL;DR: In order to have a good scarcity based economy, BSG needs to have more sinks in the economy to take money out of the hands of wealthy players, and they need to make ammo more expensive compared to the price of armor. The TTK issue is solved by making ammo more rare than armor, community needs to stop crying about stuff they don't understand.

Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
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