Diablo 3 auction house guide

If you’re looking for a Diablo 3 auction house guide, you’ve come to the right place! One of the unique new features about the Diablo 3 auction is that you can now make two different types of transactions at the auction house. One is the real money transaction (RMT) and the other is a gold based transaction. On July 2011 blizzard revealed that it would allow real money transactions to take place. This means that you can get paid to play Diablo 3!

This diablo 3 auction house guide is designed, so that the next time you play the game, you’re understand all the features and you know how the game is set up.

Blizzard has avoided this issue for mainly two reason. One was because of all the hackers and scams that would take place, it did not seem worthwhile. They also avoided it because of the legal issues that might ensue.

Blizzard is making real money transactions a reality for a few reasons. One is to make it safer for those who do go and buy gold on shady websites, and wind up with their account stolen. They want to be able to control the transaction a little more, and make it safer for those who do want to buy things. Their second motive is so that they themselves, can take a slice of the pie. For every item sold blizzard takes a piece of the profit. They also charge you a fee (Like with the gold system only real money) to put items on the auction house. This is so that people do not flood the auction house with entirely useless items.

The auction house will have two different areas. One will be for the SC (Softcore) character, and one will be for the HC (Hardcore) characters. Hardcore characters will only be allowed to use the hardcore auction house and likewise for the softcore characters. An addition is that hardcore characters will only be allowed to use the gold system.

So, the next time you log onto the Diablo 3 auction house, hopefully you will better know the system and how to make it work for you.