The euro is currently testing the area around 11500, with it having longer-term implications than just the bottom of the once-wedge back to late-May. A hold keeps EUR/USD afloat for now and somewhat constructive, but a break will be viewed as having potential to confirm the recent rally as only a corrective bounce amid the trend since the top earlier this year.
Runescape creator Jagex is going to punish banned players by selling the contents of their fraudulent accounts through a new auction-style system called "Bank Bidders."Announced at the Rocket League Creditsannual RuneFest event over the weekend, and picked up by RockPaperShotgun, Bank Bidders will see those seized goods bundled together and sold in one way or another.
It's unclear exactly how the system will work, but Jagex says there'll be some level of risk involved, as players won't know exactly what it is they're bidding for. "We're only going to tell you a little bit about these accounts. We're going to tell you maybe the age of the accounts, Cheap Rocket League Creditswhat they liked to do, maybe their skill levels," explained Runescape lead designer, Dave Osborne. "Maybe there's a raffle system, maybe it's a bidding system, but ultimately one of you will win that account and whatever is in it."Osborne explained Jagex could even create high-risk auctions for richer players. These sales would be live-streamed, and could see "high rollers" win big, or lose huge sums of money.