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Venezuela is in the middle of an economic meltdown. What was the wealthiest major economy in Latin America is currently suffering from shortages of essential goods like food and power, in addition to spikes in crime and unemployment. In other words on the table, most are turning to unconventional jobs. Like gold farming. Within an MMO from 2001.
This story originally appeared in October 2017.
Should you even remember Runescape, a fantasy-themed massively multiplayer online role-playing game released by Jagex, it’s likely as»the crummy-looking game you played a couple months 10 years back.» But it runs just fine on hardware that hasn’t been known as state-of-the-art in more than a decade, meaning it’s available to many in Venezuela that are strapped for buy Maple M Mesos, and its gold still fetches a fairly real-world penny.
Gold farming, broadly speaking, is the custom of grinding into a game specifically for the purpose of generating in-game money or other content to be exchanged for real-world money. As soon as it’s illegal by Runescape’s rules, it’s also a relatively safe and comfortable job at a location where one’s safety is by no means ensured.