** NOTE: Based on some feedback, I've decided on another solution that does not raise the daily bonus, see this! Thanks everyone for feedback. We will not be re-evaluating rupees! **Hi everyone.This is a discussion I think 72volt will love to have...Contrary to popular belief, I am not out to ruin the economy I research and optimize economic things on a daily basis (specially now with the business) and was a major economy player in other games.One of the biggest problems I see with the Empire Economy is that the scale is so low. Prices for items are in the single digits, and even stacks go for prices of less than a single rupee per item.This is extremely dangerous for an economy, as it makes it EXTREMELY difficult to be competitive in pricing. When an iron ingot goes for 2r.... you can't compete with that price or else you undercut the market and your income by 50%!So lately i'm sure everyone's noticed that rupee rewards are getting larger, more promos being released, and more items that the richer players will value.It's been a silent goal to hopefully stimulate the economy, getting money circulating and hopefully raise the price on some items.But I do not believe its been enough since prices haven't really moved although the buying power is there more.I am wanting to raise the amount of daily rupee income too, to help instill some more inflation.Note, do not be scared to see the word inflation. Right now, It's what the economy needs, to help balance things out more efficiently.Consider if we raised everything 10x. Iron Ingots would now be 20r, giving flexability to set iron price to 18-25r a piece.A single piece of Cobblestone could actually be competitive in pricing.Dirt might would actually be worth a selling price of say 20r for a stack!So I ask for your thoughts on this idea, and to what scale should we take it?If you have any concerns against the idea please be very specific with facts on how it would hurt the economy to raise rupee incomes, as right now the facts show we clearly have problems and an unhealthy economy.Even if shop owners did not raise prices, more new players with higher rupee balances would provide more demand, and those shops will sell out quick, which then opens the door for them to consider raising prices.This would be healthy for the economy.We welcome your feedback!