I'D Say That Almost All Of The Youth Who'Ve Had

  • With such a high demand for farming, many RS gold players out of Venezuela believe certain aspects of RuneScape are governed by it. RuneScape's market is exactly like any other economy -- it's greatly influenced by the economics of scarcity, and also the growing number of people farming gold and items in RuneScape is affecting prices for a variety of unique products. The level of this impact became apparent once the crisis in Venezuela escalated to a new degree early last year.

    The way an economic meltdown was caused by the economic crisis in Venezuela in RuneScape

    In March 2019, the power network of Venezuela collapsed along with the nation was struck by a quick succession of blackouts, leaving millions without water or electricity. At their peak in March, these blackouts were occurring almost every hour for a week. Hospitals were some of the worst places. The problems are still impacting people now, and some believe they will continue long into the future, until the problem with the authorities is resolved.

    "[People] can't get treatment such as dialysis and the hospitals' states are insanely bad to the point that it's a hazard problem," Martinez adds. The power cuts have become a major issue for Venezuelan RuneScape players who rely on RuneScape as their main source of revenue. For Martinez, the power cuts were why he moved away from traditional gold farming methods to train accounts for U.S. dollars, as a sudden disconnection during battle could end in the passing of his character and the reduction of earnings. "After the first wave of blackouts began me and the men that worked with me dropped nearly all of our business," Martinez says.

    They could nevertheless affect you for a few days depending on which old school runescape gold part of Venezuela you reside in." Perez has also been severely affected by the power cuts. "Power outages continue to be a daily thing and it pisses me off each time," Perez writes. He gets disconnected from our chats. "We all know the power system and the rest of the state controlled systems are a mess," Perez continues. "An example of lack of care is the nation owned ISP. We've been chatting for a few minutes and also my internet has stopped working three times. Hydro/water system also: if you don't have water pumps then you don't have water.