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EVE Online

EVE Online is an open world space-based MMORPG developed and published by CCP Games from Iceland. EVE Online is available both on PC and macOS. It is known for its monstrously large shared game-world, with nearly 8,000 that can be visited and explored by players. EVE Online's Universe is shaped by players' actions and its complexity makes it one of the most interesting and exciting MMOs to date. Players participate in creating the vast in-game economy, form corporations, alliances, engage in political schemes and wars. EVE Online is widely known for the most expensive Player-vs-Players Wars in the history of MMO gaming, with the Bloodbath of B-R5RB which causes approximately $300,000 (real-life USD) losses to its' participants, and took nearly 21 hours. 

Players in EVE Online can partake in various in-game activities to increase their level, Skills, or accumulate wealth to afford better Battleships. This obviously includes space combat (both PvE and PvP), exploration, trading, mining, piracy, salvaging, questing, and more. In the economy-driven universe of EVE, most of these actions are completed in order to earn money in form of InterStellar Kredits (ISK) so that you can build better Fleet, upgrade your Pilot and equipment, and so on. This makes trading one of the most essential in-game activities, as it can earn you a lot of money. The economy in EVE Online is mainly controlled by players. Just like in the real world, prices on most of the items depend on supply and demand. Hence, market manipulation and bear raids are quite common in EVE Online. To a big extent, it's caused by a small group of players with nearly infinite wealth, that will take any action necessary to increase it even further - just like in the real world. We can find NPC merchants who can Buy and Sell Trade Goods (most Blueprints and Skill Books used by players are sold by NPCs), as well as, they offer fixed prices for a lot of Items, putting a minimal price on some of the tradeable Goods in EVE Online. As a player, you will be gathering Resources, Materials, Ore, Minerals, etc. so that you can trade them with other players on the market, or use them to Craft and Manufacture Ships, Modules, Subsystems, and more. What do you with your Goods, is entirely up to you in EVE Online! In order to decentralize the economy, the game developers have decided to supply less populated areas with more natural resources and make it more rewarding for players that reside in them.

Trading is one of the most popular ways of earning money in EVE Online. It's very easy to get started since you can start earning money right after you create your very first character (assuming you know what to do). There are no skills required whatsoever, and training the Trade skill requires significantly less effort when compared to other professions. While there are no prerequisites to start trading, you should skill Trading to increase the number of your maximum open offers available. Because of the very low requirements, trading on the market is also one of the best and easiest ways during wars. You can also do it while docked, which can be done while AFK and with no risk of getting attacked. There are various ways you can trade in EVE Online which include:

  1. Direct Trades - the most basic and at the same time least used method of trading in EVE Online. You simply open the Trade Window with another player that is docked in the same station as you. It's commonly used by casual players, and friends doing small trades between one another. In general, it's not really that useful in EVE Online because big volume trades aren't possible via trading directly, and scamming is also quite popular;
  2. The Market - most trading in EVE Online takes place in the in-game Market. It's a built-in Marketplace for all players, where you can find a list of all item exchange offers opened by other players. The marketplace offers intuitive search options, filters, and more. All orders can be accepted in full, or even partially making it a very convenient way to trade. This method is very similar to standard Contract trading, however, much easier to do on a larger scale. You should also notice that there are several markets in EVE Online, as they are limited to the regions they are in;
  3. Contracts - another very convenient way to trade which works in a very similar way to the Marketplace, though it's less "automated". The Contract is a public formal agreement for jobs and EVE Goods, which is available on the NeoCom. Trading via Contracts give you additional exposure to your offered Goods, and it's a good alternative to obtain rare and uncommon wares;
  4. External websites - trading is also possible on external websites like Odealo with the use of real money. RMT is not officially supported, so trading is often done by Jettison containers, which contain the purchased items and are left behind by the seller in a specified location. Though all other methods are commonly used as well. Even though Jettison-trading may seem risky, it appears to be the most secure way of trading when you decide to participate in real-money transactions with other EVE Online players. 

On Odealo you can Buy, Sell, and Trade EVE Online Goods 24/7. You can exchange your goods at the best rates possible, and earn real money for playing EVE Online. Odealo is considered the most secure EVE Online Marketplace which supports player-to-player trading. Just like the in-game EVE Market, it is community-driven but with the addition of real money acceptance in all transactions. All offers are posted by legitimate and verified players who offer goods at the best prices and with fast delivery.  Odealo should be your number one shop when it comes to EVE Online's RMT as Odealo secures all your transactions and maintains the maximum safety of its' users.