View Single Post

Default 

April 1st, 2014, 14:13
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
I just read the Wikipedia article on "Sixteen tons". It sounds horrible.

…According to the German-language article, miners were paid mainly with credit vouchers which were only useable in the mine company's stores, which had prices which were extraordinarily high; so high, in fact that getting into debts was inevitable. This the "owing my soul to the store"…
Such thing is illegal in most today's countries. There is an official currency in every country and exchange offices for currencies other countries use. Officially.

Again I'm bringing up the virtual, uncontrolled and not backed with any government currencies. IMO such stuff should be globally declared as illegal business. I don't want to convert my real money into Bioware Points, Simpoints, Riot Points or the last case of money laundry scam called Season Pass.

Toka Koka
joxer is offline

joxer

joxer's Avatar
The Smoker
RPGWatch Donor

#818

Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 6,178