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Updates News Post #183

The Black Market.

Written by: Ilyos, the Arbiter
Date: Friday, April 26th, 2019
Addressed to:

Rumors abound about the opening of a BLACKMARKET within the confines of Tranquility Deepness.

Spacers who arrive and dock at the station can access the BLACKMARKET and perform resource trades, giving away some of the commodities they don't need in exchange for something else they might need.

How it works:
BLACKMARKET LIST will show you what is up for trade each in-game month. The offers change every month and not everything is available. The smugglers at Tranquility Deepness will try to bring in goods that they believe are in greater demand at the moment, but this is not a guarantee.
As more trades are performed on a single resource pairing, the price of that resource will go up, becoming more and more expensive for the month.

We will be monitoring the prices and resource generation over the next few days and make adjustments as necessary.

Happy trading!

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