Please fix this problem. It is obvious who is responsible for the raising gold prices if it is not in fact Albion itself that is hiking them up. Just think about it logically.
- Gold prices rose by 300 silver in the past week. That is more than double. Either a HUGE influx of people just happened to start playing(which has not happened) or some one with a HUGE amount of silver just decided to throw everything into gold every day or two.
- A normal player would not have any reason, or rather means to raise the gold prices for the intent of sell back at a higher price. As in the current population even if they all worked together could not possible make any profit out of selling, buying, and reselling simply so the prices go up so fast. The ones responsible are 100% losing silver on this deal.
- So who would have motive to raise gold prices at the cost of ones own silver, and own in game profit? Well obviously someone who is thinking in terms of real money. That leaves only gold sellers and Albion itself as the possible culprits. Raising silver to gold prices with no rise in drop rate silver means that people will be more inclined to buy gold or subscriptions with cash since the effort to get silver will not be worth it, and/or impossible to achieve.(depending on how high they take it). They will see it as a deal and it will become more and more desirable, as well as the fact that they can now start charging more for their product due to demand raising.