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The LostCarlos posted a topic in Trading & InvestmentDisclaimer These are high-risk games where profit comes at the expense of other players. There is absolutely no guarantee of breaking even or making a profit. Referrals Earn 10% of the number of all Eggs and Peers purchased or hatched/converted by anyone who starts playing using your link. Link: (Click to Copy) https://tronfarms.com/#/r/EasyMoneyFreeTron Basic Rules To play, purchase Chickens with TRX or Seeders with BTT. Note: Chicken Farm and Torrent Farm are separate games/contracts. Chickens produce Eggs and Seeders produce Peers at a rate of one per producer per day. E.g: 24 Chickens produce 1 Egg per hour. Eggs can be hatched into more Chickens, and Peers can be converted into Seeders, or either can be sold in exchange for TRX/BTT at the current market rate. Chickens/Seeders are permanent and cannot be sold. After 24 hours of production, you will stop producing until you sell or hatch/convert. You can sell or hatch/convert at any time without penalty. Round Information There is a number in the price formula known as the "market" which increases whenever a player buys, sells or hatches/converts. When this number reaches ~11.5 Trevigintillion (the maximum supported by a contract) the round will end and the game will reset. Number Table The player with the most producers (The Chicken King or The Justin) will receive the jackpot at the end of the round. 1% of all buys and sells go towards the jackpot. The remaining contract balance will seed the next round. Referrals carry over between rounds. Sustainable Economics Prices depend on an advanced formula which is influenced by contract balance and player actions. If buys and sells are equal and the balance stable, the price will fall slowly. This inflation prevents earlier buyers from profiting forever and advances the game. Repeated buys and a climbing contract balance leads to an exponentially increasing price, massively rewarding earlier buyers at the expense of later buyers. Repeated sells and a falling balance leads to a market crash, dropping the price so quickly that it becomes difficult for existing players to continue draining the contract. This behaviour is intended to facilitate a cycle where predicting the top and bottom correctly leads to profit.