What should players know about trading in Path of Exile? from YYJJJ's blog

Path of Exile allows players to trade. In Path of Exile, trading is a very profitable and useful activity. If done well, players can obtain powerful items, useful resources, and accumulate a large amount of POE Currency in their collections. Here are some information players need to know about trading.

Chaos Orbs is the closest to currency. There is no fixed currency in POE, and the value of things is related to other items in the game. Players also exchange items for items. Having said that, players generally believe that Chaos Orb is the standard for comparing all items. Chaos Orb is a useful resource that is highly sought after by the player community when randomizing item modifiers. Players can use them to make better conversions and other purposes. They are great as a POE Currency because they can only be obtained by crafting or occasionally dropping monsters, which naturally prevents uncontrolled inflation.

POECurrency is the core of the transaction. Here, players can search for the item they want and buy it. All transactions will start from here, so players should be very familiar with how the site works and how to Buy POE Currency. It will provide players with the cheapest POE Currency and a related game guide, where players can learn a lot of news.

The transaction is done manually. Path of Exile has no in-game mechanics or settings to adapt to trading. Players can only contact directly and meet in the hideout to trade with other players. If players find someone they are interested in and want to trade, then they must contact. If the player is in the game, then they can communicate directly. If the player does not receive a reply from the trading player after a few days, it is best to choose a new trade. So players can get some POE Currency or they can buy POE Currency.

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Added Sep 13

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