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Hey, folks! So this looks like a pretty interesting project, I've been a backer for a couple of years now. It seems the devs have very ambitious plans for this game and its mechanics. It seems they have talked about everything from business, real estate, the job market, crime, entrepreneurship etc. There is, however, something I haven't seen been discussed much, at least not on the forums. What am I refeering to? Well, quite frankly my post is about the economy of Identity. Now, as a big fan of economics, I clearly understand the depht and complexity of our modern economy, of the real world , that is. I do, however, have some inquiries about how the economy of this game will function. Will there be several currencies (with different exchange rates etc.)? Will there be a stock market and publicly traded companies? How will investments work, if possible to invest? Will there be a nominal interest rate, and, with that, a rate of inflation? How about government spending and debt? Will the unemployment rate affect the overall economy? Will there be business finance? Maybe you need to hire an accountant to keep track of revenue and expenses. Generally, how will economics work in this game? I would really hate for it to just be money showing up in your bank and that's it. It would be cool to see a much more complex economy than in games such as GTA 5. Maybe someone with some insight could inform me a bit. Thanks _)
So let's talk about banks. I know there will be a bank in the game, but bankers in real life make great deals of money. Would there be a banker job in the game? Someone who decides whether you can get a loan, as well as other things. Also bank security?