GameXa Announce The Launch Of The First Virtual Currency Trading Platform

"New gamer to gamer site enables online gamers to trade virtual ‘gold’."

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GameXa Announces The Launch Of The First Virtual Currency Trading Platform

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GameXa, (www.gamexa.com) an innovative new gamer to gamer marketplace for virtual currency trading has launched. The online service enables gamers to trade currency with their peers in a safe, secure environment with an easy-to-use interface.

The GameXa service is initially launching with support for the world’s largest Massively Mulitplayer Online Game (MMOG) ‘World of Warcraft’ which currently has over 9 million registered players (over 1.5 million in Europe). The currency of World of Warcraft, ‘gold’ is a valuable commodity to gamers wishing to ‘level-up’ their characters or buy virtual objects in the game such as weaponry.

"The GameXa site will provide online gamers with a trustworthy, secure method to trade virtual currencies" said Robert Swift, marketing director of GameXa. "Our service has been designed specifically for gamers by gamers and enables them to buy and sell virtual currency at the most competitive prices in a timely fashion. Whilst we are initially supporting World of Warcraft we will be ultimately offering support to all online games such as Warhammer and Lord of the Rings."

The GameXa service enables players to save valuable time accumulating the ‘gold’ that will enhance their experience in the virtual gaming world. To date, gamers have been forced to deal with a limited number of ‘gold sellers’ which has led to a negative effect not only on the pricing, but also the delivery time and the level of service. GameXa is providing a gamer to gamer platform, where gamers can trade their excess gold, without the corporate middle man. The GameXa system ensures a fair price, a transparent structure and trustworthy trade as gamers can check the reliability of the trading partner with a trust rating system.

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19-09-2008, 16:24:33

Barry
A little more today. I reworked the front holes to take one of the main parts of the new design, a 10mm divider plate..:

[IMG]http://img392.imageshack.us/img392/3145/65148940ed2.th.jpg[/IMG]

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God I love Cobalt :p

21-09-2008, 12:29:46

Barry
Right CAD done!

Here is what the project should look like when finished!

[IMG]http://img373.imageshack.us/img373/1166/29705717or1.th.jpg[/IMG][IMG]http://img373.imageshack.us/images/thpix.gif[/IMG]


[IMG]http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/3460/92557903pw2.th.jpg[/IMG][IMG]http://img300.imageshack.us/images/thpix.gif[/IMG]

( I know that the res or the mobo tray aren't drawn in - all part of my plans.)

I hope to start cutting tommorrow!

29-09-2008, 16:57:01

joner
Very good work Barry.

I cant wait to see the end result.

10-01-2009, 16:40:30

Barry
Righty ho, lets get this train going again..

I've been oh so very busy this year, but I'm now 'over the top' of that peak, so its time to carry on with this project. First thing was to re-build the MK2 res. Not much different from MK2, just higher detailed rasters, and better threads on the back panel mount. All of those little scratches are on the plastic cover sheet of the acrylic.. Its all glued up now, all I need is to get the three holes on the back tapped up for take G1/4" threads...

[IMG]http://img519.imageshack.us/img519/6295/37803664ie0.jpg[/IMG]

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[IMG]http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/3715/92606808ih0.jpg[/IMG]

Tommorrow I hope to start the radiator mount... :)

10-01-2009, 17:06:18

Socks
OMFG! SEX!!

Could you do custom parts??? To order...?

As in, if i gave you the dimensions for a res, could you build it??

11-01-2009, 04:41:10

haofeng
Good to see you back...and yeah, the res looks brilliant!:drool:

12-01-2009, 13:07:44

Freak
This is certainly a build and a half. I wish that I had been able to do this a couple of years back :D

And yes, I have made a puddle of droool .....

19-02-2009, 10:40:35

Luigi
Ooh, any updates on this yet? :D

06-04-2009, 12:38:19

Barry
Unfortunately, not much of an update.. I've come up with a far far far better design for the reservior, one that will include an O-ring, so I don't need a glue. But, unfortunately is stoopendously complicated, and its a 3D design as opposed to the current 2D design, so Im unable to cut it on the humble laser cutter :waah:

But do not fret! I've found a company based just down the road from me in Surrey who can do the work! Here is a little example of what they do..:

[IMG]http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/1160/38017138.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/7523/53166305.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/5144/98275653.jpg[/IMG]

Rather pweety... In other news, I'm also waiting for a delivery of supplies from the US, primarly a whole load of sleeving etc. so I can get this back on track!

06-04-2009, 12:43:01

MoonPig
wow, nice matey.

I'm currently working on a HD+CD cage using acrylic.. Don't have fancy tools though, haha.

Keep up the good work.
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