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Space Station Sold for $330,000

Category: Gaming
Posted: January 4, 2010 06:45AM
Author: CheeseMan42

A space station was recently sold for $330,000, which sounds like a great deal. However, the “Crystal Palace” isn't a real space station. It is a virtual space station that is a part of the Project Entropia Universe. The station was purchased by Buzz “Erik” Lightyear, who won the station in an auction against other players. The Planet Calypso area of the game has apparently been generating a profit since 2004 and has over 800,000 users. Transactions between users in 2008 alone were $420 million, so perhaps it isn't so crazy that a virtual space station was worth so much.



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Mamah on January 4, 2010 07:08AM
Press release at: http://www.planetcalypso.com/news/pages/2009/12/29/0646/index.xml?ccode=no_euinfo
slick2500 on January 4, 2010 11:03PM
I heard there are islands and clubs and stuff that sell for thousands of dollars in that game.
Bizzlenitch on January 5, 2010 12:01AM
Ridiculous, but interesting.

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