I have been looking at the market over the past few weeks and noticed some things that I don't personally agree with.
For example a player any player being bought a few 100s coins cheaper than the minimum BIN price then relisted immediately at that BIN or one one step lower for a quick cash in. Even is it is only like 100-200 profit after tax. That might not seem like much but do it 100s or 1000s of times and I imagine it can amount to a pretty big number.
I thought maybe introducing a system where the more owners a card has the listing price reduces gradually until a certain point otherwise cards would become worthless in the end.
I personally think that 1st owners, those that open packs should be rewarded the most, if they weren't around there would be no market at all, for the record I don't usually open packs. Let's say for example 1st owner can list for up to 100% of the card value, then 2nd owner can list up to 50% of that card's full value, then reduce gradually until it reaches 25% at which point the card could become untradable. The numbers don't have to be these I just wanted to keep it simple.
This could stop something else I saw yesterday, Ruffier 2nd inform had nearly 50 owners in the 1st hour, it kept being listed bought and relisted I'm not sure why I can only think of transferring coins from one account to another. There were many other Ruffiers at the time.
I have also noticed monopolies on less available players which keeps prices high, so I think including a limit of quantities of one same card and imposing a bidding limit could be implemented i.e. You can only hold so many of the same player card and you could only bid on the same player x times at once.
My last observation is that most of these cards had not been used at all. I get the impression that a lot of these cards keep getting bought by traders and moving from one trader to another rather than people that play the game.
What do you think about this?