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Not too long ago ammo prices were made dynamic and it caused it to sky rocket through the roof and some streamers even showed it was possible to manipulate the system. As of now Bitcoin has dropped over 50k from day 1 of wipe and M995 has gone up 300% in price. Bitcoin also fluctuates up and down by a few thousand roubles as well far too often to appear manual. I had a strong suspicion ammo and bitcoin prices are dynamic because the prices often change at times that:
Devs would be asleep.
It's only ever price changes but never quantity changes during normal business hours.
Price changes seem to kick in every trader reset which seems far to often to have someone sitting there at BSG HQ every 3 hours to change it.
Unless this was posted somewhere that I didn't see this is a MAJOR change that seems to have not been communicated to the tarkov community. (Or just me if I somehow missed it in some changelog somewhere)
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