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But the economy is largely a pyramid scheme that is based on new players pumping in addition funds and thereby driving up overall prices. But as soon as players try to cash in, they quickly find out that their virtual profits are all hype, alleges a Randolph Harrison on his Capitalism 2.0 blog.
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