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Land deeds

Discussion in 'Entropia News' started by EntropiaPlanets, Apr 7, 2014.

  1. Last edited by a moderator: Apr 7, 2014
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  2. Tass

    Tass Administrator

    The thing above came with no explanation, so here's a very short one.

    The line chart comparing CLD and AUD performance and both tables are getting updated automatically by the wiki. If you want to have in on your own website just call, if you want to see it on another website please poke the owner of the website.

    Below line chart with CLD & AUD performance there is a bar displaying a mini version of the graphs. That's a zoom pane, you can focus a segment of the graph by highlighting an area in the zoom pane with a drag 'n'
    drop action. If it's not useful we can as well turn it off and improve performance.

    The number of rows of the tables are currently not limited. Not sure what would be an appropriate scope for these, last 4 weeks maybe?
    The backgrounds are temporary placeholders and will be replaced as soon as EP finally gets an upgrade in the visual area. :sneaky:
    A couple of small improvements such as refresh and edit buttons are quite possible.
     
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  3. wonder if there'd be any way to calculate the roi and stuff on the underground deeds in weekly increments instead of daily for better comparison vs clds since clds payout once a week and aud pay out daily?
     
  4. RAZER

    RAZER Custom title ... uh ...

    possible yes, but I will have to get back to you on that one. If nothing happens remind me in a week or 2 or so.
     
  5. Tass

    Tass Administrator

    Interesting development recently, but not necessarily a good one.

    Looks like CLD & AUD are stabilizing around 11-13% ROI. Since CLD performance continues is slow but steady downswing, so the stable revenue means falling prices, there are many CLDs below 1.2k PED buyout on auction already.

    Considering the high risk 12% ROI doesn't really look good to me.
     

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