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asked 2019-06-20 00:43:28 -0500

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Venezuelan gold farmers are from the wilderness PvP region harvesting green dragons, the selling the bones and hides that they fall in RuneScape gold Grand Exchange. That currency computes to about 50 cents per hour, with more advanced players becoming around $2 or $3.

This informative article asserts that $2 or $3 an hour is more than the income of"the vast majority of college educated professionals from the country." This story in The New York Times a week mentioned that inflation has plunged the value of Venezuela's currency to half that of the dollar, effectively reducing minimum wage earnings to $5 a month.

"I'm Venezuelan and I am deeply hurt by reading some of the remarks in this thread. I have been part of this community since old-school came out and haven't seen so much hate and racism," composed Redditor glow_party (in a comment moved to the top of the ribbon by moderators).

"Allow me to tell you something, these people do anything they can to survive and they have not done something wrong," glow_party went . "As a Venezuelan I will buy OSRS gold tell you the hatred towards my folks is miserable and something that I never expected to emerge out of this area."

Another user pointed out that an earlier strategy, killing the boss known as Zulrah, was netting someone $5 a day until Runescape publisher Jagex nerfed what Zulrah dropped in reaction.

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