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Post by Eorl @ 12:35pm 13/12/12 | 2 Comments
Valve has revealed a new Community Market system for their digital distribution service Steam, allowing players to purchase and sell in-game items with their Steam Wallet. Essentially an auction house, the only game currently supporting the new system is Team Fortress 2, with one-time consumable items being the only in-game product available for purchase/selling.
As part of our ongoing efforts to gradually phase out all Earth money in favor of Team Fortress hats, we're kicking off the TF2-only beta of our new Steam Community Market! The Market should improve trading in every way: People looking for specific items will be able to locate them faster, folks looking to sell items will find the process a lot more efficient, and best of all, we've made it easier for everybody to translate playing TF2 into buying games on Steam.
Currently Steam is taking a 15% cut on each item sold, with 10% being the actual games defined fee and a 5% cut for the "Steam Transaction Fee" that will protect against nominal fraud incidents and the cost of development of this and future Steam economy features.

A Frequently Asked Questions page is now available here for anyone with questions, and it seems that a restriction of $200 will be made on the Steam Wallet however that may change in the future. Prices will be displayed in the native country however an exchange rate will be applied for cross-country purchases. Valve has also confirmed that more games will be coming with Community Market support, however for now Team Fortress 2 will be the game used for testing.












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TiT
Posted 01:15pm 13/12/12
Interesting getting really sick of random people trying to add me because they want my TF2 stuff
Crash
Posted 01:25pm 13/12/12
I had exactly the same problem and found out how to stop it. There is a setting you can change in your profile that makes your inventory hidden, by default it appears to be set so that anyone can view what you have in your stash. Since i changed it on the weekend i haven't had any randoms add me. Give that a try TiT

But now im keen to see how much all this stuff i have is worth considering i was getting about 5 people try and add me a week. Should see my blocked list
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