On Mining for Large, Established Interests

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Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:39 pm

Re: On Mining for Large, Established Interests

Postby Loke » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:28 pm

RAM wrote:
RumSmoothy wrote:Let the price of Tin/Niobium tilt so it earns more then Uranium.

It already is tilted that way at PC Stock Markets.

For the same age roids there is 5 times more uranium than nio or tin:

    80 silicon
    20 uranium

    32 silicon
    20 iron
    30 aluminium
    24 magnesium
    22 titanium
    4 tin

    60 silicon
    4 iron
    4 niobium

A good LM price for uranium currently is about 20k, which equals to a 100k price for nio and tin if you mine same aged roids to earn the same amount. That means it will never be profitable to mine for nio and tin and sell for less than 100k, because it would pay more to mine for uranium.
And then I havent taken into account that fileds for uranium is more aged do to less interest in mining them.
In my opinion that concludes that uranium prices is a bit too high at the moment.
Also mining nio and tin doesnt add more credits, as it is sold to other players, while uranium just adds to the problem of too much credits and not enough demand for it amongst most players.

RAM wrote:, drop carbon by another 5%. Raise food buy prices by 5%.

Please, please, please can you not spam every discussion about this? If you create seperate threads for those I would be happy to join a constructive discussion about them :)
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Statistics for Nio and Tin prices: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=3427
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Thu Sep 22, 2016 6:36 am

Re: On Mining for Large, Established Interests

Postby RAM » Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:00 am

Loke wrote:can you not spam every discussion about this?

Every discussion? :lol: :P

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