[hobby] economy/finance guy looking for a project to join

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by CrimsonGhost, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. CrimsonGhost

    CrimsonGhost New Member

    Oct 30, 2017
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    Hey guys and gals. Hobbyist looking for a new project to join.

    Numbers are mundane, right? Do you immediately start dozing off when you hear the word "econo..zzzzz"`?

    Well, I'm different! :p I'm a big fan of almost anything related to economics and finance. It's not my bread and butter job however I have been involved in several areas of the financial industry within the past several years and I still very much consider investing and financial analysis to be my secondary job and I do spend several hours on it every week.

    I'm also obviously interested in gaming and I have been part of several projects over the past decade or so. Small scale stuff, trying different things etc. But I have to be honest and say that I've never designed an in-game economy from scratch.

    But I would sure love to take up the challenge and to learn new things along the way. So if there is game designer and/or a team out there who would like a hand with the economy aspect then get in touch. Ideally I would love to join a project that is already on-going but I'm open for all suggestions. Obviously I'm aiming for a game design with quite a lot of economy in it but once again, just hit me up and let's see what we can figure out.

    Add me on discord for a chat

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