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 SecondLife Currency Hits exchange-rate High

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Date posted: 23/06/2004

SecondLife, the social virtual reality world that's in many of the headlines at the moment for its ground-breaking achievements for VR has now achieved an exchange-rate for its in-world economy of 230 Linden dollars to one American dollar.

Since it is possible to earn Linden dollars soley for activities performed in-world, this new exchange rate means that it is feasable, to earn a basic living entirely through activities in the virtual world.

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