UR is now starting to run into the limits of a virtual economy that does not have an effective clintz sink/money dump.
this is not a good plan in my honest opinion. sellers do not set the price... it is always the buyers. whatever price is listed for a big card --- that is not the price of that card. the amount that the last one sold for the the price of the card that the market is willing to pay. you will always notice this when a Cr is listed really high.. then the sales/trade forum is all of a sudden flooded with trades/sales that are below the "market" price and they pretend they are offering a good deal.... when in reality, the ones on the market are listed very high and all lower ones have either been bought or expired
this system being proposed will simply get abused by the super rich. eventually i guess the plan of this is to flood the market with a ton of copies that you are hoping to crash the price of a given card. this is a dangerous game to play. you will either not release enough copies and you basically give the rich players more cards to hoard and then relist for a higher amount. or you flood the system with too many copies of a card that people dont want them out of fear of the price will just crash in the coming days/weeks.
you are far better off making an ENDLESS AMOUNT of Cr cards available in the shop
. I.e. Listing say Kiki Cr
for lets say 8 million.... and people can buy endless amounts of it... you will now drive the price of Kiki Cr
down and there will be no way that any player or groups of players can attempt to monopolize that card.
another possibility is to simply limit the number of copies of cards that a player can have. We all know the super rich can hoard 100s and 100s of copies of cards, which 1)raises the value of that card --- good for them and 2)if and when the card goes Cr --- they make a killing and get even richer and more dominant in the market.
Limit us to say 100 copies of cards and we can no longer drive prices up to a ridiculous amount. This will also force us to release some of the cards we have hoarded --- this would drop the price down of many cards massively. Give us a month to drop are stock of cards from whatever number down to 100 if needed. Several people will feel really hurt by this... but in the long run that is the way to go i think. even the real world has anti-monopoly laws