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Jim Nightshade

Dynamic price for gold on F9

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Some time ago there was an article in Blade and Soul webpage about F9, explaining how the price changed based in the transactions for the past 7 days. I attach here an image of the part where this is explained. The example is simple: if the standard price of gold was to be 1:3, then you could sell gold at any price from 1:1 to 1:4, which makes for a pretty wide range (that should also dynamically change according to the last completed transactions).

 

But this is not happening. It's been weeks now that the ONLY cap that changes dynamically is the minimum price, but the maximum price stays hard capped -no matter what- at 1:2. Even when most transactions occur at around 1:1.80 (which should allow to sell at a maximum rate of about 1:3 or so at least). In the screenshot attached I also include the funniest moment in this when both the minimum and maximum price cap was 1:2 (because the minimum price IS changing according to last transactions, but the maximum IS NOT).

 

So, what is going on here? Is this a bug? Is this intentional? I really wanna believe this is a bug, since this was announced very clearly not too long ago.

 

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50 minutes ago, Hirukaru said:

Agree with this.
It should be fixed 

Yeah. Price would have gone higher than 1:2 already a couple times if it wasn't for this hard cap.

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Serati   

Appearently they always round down after calculating the +/- 50% limit, so we can only ever increase the max again if we have an average of 2.0 for a whole week which isn't going to happen. They either need to round correctly or just keep at least 1 digit after the comma. Rounding to full integer with such small numbers is bs. This *should* be an easy fix.

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10 hours ago, Serati said:

Appearently they always round down after calculating the +/- 50% limit, so we can only ever increase the max again if we have an average of 2.0 for a whole week which isn't going to happen. They either need to round correctly or just keep at least 1 digit after the comma. Rounding to full integer with such small numbers is bs. This *should* be an easy fix.

If that was the case it means that if ever it hits 1:1.0 then we'd be stuck forever at below 1:1.0. Hope that's not it. There has been plenty of days where the average was 1:2.0 (meaning everything was being sold at that price), but never a whole week.

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