The more popular version of Runescape

  •  The company model started trending in China where players acquire in-game monies or items and later sell them for"real money". In 2009 it had been estimated that over 1 million gold farmers were based from China, but in-game gold farming also happens all around the globe. Because of the secrecy, it's hard to find a precise figure on how much earnings gold farming brings in, but RuneScape gold had been estimated to be about USD $300 million in 2008.

    Venezuelans playing the game Runescape are aiming to kill as many green dragons as they could in order to collect 500,000 in-game gold which amounts to $0.50 worth of genuine money when sold. Most of the farming players are making about $0.50 per hour Runescape that's allegedly a better wage than many from the nation.

    Some Venezuelans can make around $2-3 per hour if they have extremely good in-game ability sets and do not get banned from the moderators. These productive players can kill the boss Zulrah repeatedly and also make roughly 3M Runescape gold per hour. Venezuelans with this amount of in-game ability sets are making more money than most professionals in the country with college degrees.

    Gold Farming on a MMORPG is contrary to the rules in Runescape and a number of other online role-playing games. Furthermore, just recently someone posted a guide on Reddit detailing how to get rid of the Venezuelan gold farmers. Runescape gold and other MMORPG online items are sold on the black market in the country, and there are also online websites which purchase the in-game gold to get bitcoin. A website called is just one special business who buys Runescape gold for BTC and Netflix credits.

    Papusgold's operators seem to want to stay anonymous buy OSRS gold  since the site's"about us" section is not very informative. The business seems to be based out of Caracas and has a Facebook page with close to 4,000 followers. The business says it's been in the Runescape gold market for 2 decades today and aims to"innovate the Venezuelan marketplace by offering better prices to sellers."