Popular Online Game ‘World of Warcraft’ Has FAKE Currency Worth MORE Than Venezuelan Money

Popular Online Game ‘World of Warcraft’ Has FAKE Currency Worth MORE Than Venezuelan Money

I absolutely love World of Warcraft and I don’t care who knows it. It’s terribly addicting and there’s just so much to do that there’s not really a good stopping point. It’s fantastic!

In the game, they have a currency that you can trade for different items like swords, armor, pets, etc. This fake money is now worth more than actual, physical money in Venezuela.

Gaming company Blizzard developed an MMORPG called World of Warcraft and their online money is worth more than the Venezuelan bolivar.

This was first discovered by Twitter user “@KalebPrime,” who is also a citizen of Venezuela. The exchange rate is $1 for 8493.97 bolivars, where a dollar will get you 8385 gold.

This is your country on socialism. Riots in the streets, the President murdering his citizens and fantasy money that is worth more than the real money you possess.

According to a site that tracks the values of both currencies, the math is off. Actually, the bolivar is worth even LESS than what Kaleb Prime claims. That certainly doesn’t make it any better and in fact, it makes an extremely strong case against socialism and communism.

CNN Money claims that just a few months ago, $1 would get you 279 bolivars. It sank faster than the Titanic, which is exactly what we could expect from a government that treats its citizens like tax-paying robots who are expendable as soon as they dare have an independent thought.

From The Blaze:

The Venezuelan bolivar has continued to see a massive decline in worth over the past few months, becoming essentially worthless. In May, it was reported that inflation within the country was suspected to surge 720 percent by the end of 2017 and a staggering 2,068 percent the following year.

Let’s hope that this keeps Bernie Sanders from running in 2020, because the last thing we need is to end up like Venezuela.

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