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Pen was sitting in his bedroom listening to music and relaxing. He saw a hand tapping on his window. He took out his earphones and went to the window, opening it. “Hey, Eraser,” Pen said. “Hey, Pen,” Eraser said. He climbed into Pen’s room and closed the window. Pen sat back down on his bed and saw the other boy following him.
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[[File:Newtradecurrency.png|thumb|340px|The RoblEX page.]]
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'''The ROBLOX Trade Currency''' (or '''RoblEX''') was a section of the site released on November 21st, 2008<ref>John Shedletsky, "It's the Economy...", ''Roblox Blog'', http://blog.roblox.com/2008/11/its-the-economy/.</ref>, used to trade both currencies, Robux (abbreviated R$) and Tickets (abbreviated Tix) with different rates. Most casual users used it for converting their currency to buy different goods; however, it was possible to earn money through the Trade Currency by manipulating the ratios and exchanging currency for the right rates. On April 14th, 2016, the Trade Currency system was shut down due to the removal of [[Ticket]]s on that date.
   
Pen wondered why Eraser came over; there must of been a certain reason why Eraser came over besides being bored and just wanted to have a visit. No, he always thought there was a reason. And there was, but Pen just didn’t know it. Eraser actually had a confession to make, and he thought this was the best time to tell him, instead of being outside and maybe Snowball and Blocky stalking him.
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== Features ==
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=== Pair ===
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Pair lists what is being exchanged through the Trade Currency. The Pair section always read "BUX/TIX", which indicates that Robux and Tickets are being exchanged constantly.
   
“So…” Pen started. “What do you wanna do?” Eraser blushed slightly and shrugged. “I dunno,” he responded. The boys looked away from each other and Pen began to blush. Eraser took a small glance at Pen. ‘Gosh, he’s cute…’ Pen also did the same with Eraser. ‘H-he’s so hot…!’
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=== Rate ===
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The rate would state what rate your Tickets and Robux will be transferred through if you chose to use a market trade. The rate was created by taking the highest rate for Tickets and dividing it by the lowest rate for Robux.
   
Both boys’ faces were a deep shade of strawberry red and they felt their hands accidentally touch each others. “Oh! Sorry,” Eraser said with a sweat drop dripping on his head. Pen blushed harshly but shook it off. “I-it’s fine,” he responded.
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=== Spread ===
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The spread was the distance the highest Tickets rate is from the lowest Robux rate. The larger the spread was, the larger the difference between the two rates.  With a large spread, one could gain larger profits from their transaction, only by using limit order.
   
Eraser nodded, but kept his hand on Pen’s. His thoughts, oh such dirty thoughts that were flying across his mind. ‘No! Why the hell are you thinking about things like that?!’ Eraser thought. But the pink boy just wanted to pin the boy in front of him and pounce on him right there.
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Negative spreads meant that the Tickets rate was higher than the Robux rate, meaning one can make profit using market order.
   
‘No, be cool.’ Eraser gulped and tried to think of something else, but failed. ‘Why am I just sitting here, he’s right there, tell him!’ he thought. “Pen?” Eraser asked. Pen lifted up his head and looked at his friend. “Yea?” he responded. “Can I tell you something?” Eraser said quietly. Pen nodded his head without a word; he hoped that he had the same feelings.
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=== High/Low ===
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The high and low rate would show the lowest rate for Robux, and the highest rate for Tickets out of all outstanding transactions within the last 24 hours.
   
“Well, we’ve been friends for a LONG time, right?” Eraser said. “Mhm,” Pen said. “And I-I...I’ve been feeling a certain way when we reached up to our teens, but I was kinda too chicken to tell you before,” Eraser continued. “Oh, you, too?” Pen asked. Eraser’s expression was drawn surprised; could he also have the same feelings?
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=== Available Charts ===
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On the right side of the page lied the current trade amounts and rates for both currencies. The chart on the left side was for Tickets, and the chart on the right side was for Robux. The charts showed all of the top 20 lowest outstanding ROBUX trades and top 20 highest outstanding Tickets trades.
   
Eraser took off Pen’s cap and put it on one of his side tables. Pen blushed deeply to the point that he was the shade of Blocky’s hair. Eraser stroked his hair gently to calm him down and leaned close to him. The action surprised Pen and he fell on his back, looking up at the pink boy. ‘W-what is he doing?’ he thought.
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=== Trade Window ===
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In the very middle of the page lied the Trade window, where you would perform transactions by entering how many Robux or Tickets you wish to enter and hitting "Submit Trade". One could choose between Market Order, which transferred your trade according to the current default rate, or Limit Order, which allowed the user to choose the exact amount of Tickets or Robux they want in exchange for their trade. Checking "Allow split trades" before submitting would allow the user's trade to go through in separate parts, unchecking it would try to put the trade through in one lump sum.  If the trade was not allowing split trades, trades behind it could be processed before it.
   
Pen then calmed down a bit and felt something in his lower region. Eraser, too, had the same feelings and leaned down and whispered in Pen’s ear, “I love you.” Pen’s felt his heart explode. He blushed and looked at him. “I...I love you, too,” Pen said softly.
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=== Positions/History ===
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[[File:TradeHistory.png|right|200px|Trade History page.]]
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On the left of the page below the trade button are the user's current positions and history, set up in four tabs for convenient use. You can access any current Robux or Tickets trades here and cancel any transactions in progress. You can also access your history of previous trades here.
   
Eraser leaned in closer and kissed Pen gently. Pen kissed back and felt Eraser’s hands caress his cheeks as Pen’s arms wrapped around his neck. Eraser pressed his body gently against Pen, he heard the other boy’s moans reach his ears. Eraser tensed. ‘He’s moaning?’ he thought. ‘I think he actually wants to...’
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== Donating ==
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It was possible to use RoblEX to donate currency to another player without Roblox subtracting their customary 30% Market Fee, and the recipient does not have to be a [[Builder's Club]] member.
   
Eraser chuckled gently and felt Pen lick his bottom lip light. Eraser submitted and let the blue boy’s tongue go in his mouth, exploring his warm orifice. Eraser then moaned as well and pulled Pen close to his body. Pen felt desperate, he wanted Eraser. He actually wanted to make love with him, but this would be his first try.
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In this example, the amount being donated is 100 Robux.
   
Same with Eraser. The two were sure going to lose their virginities, but they couldn’t help it; especially Eraser. Eraser broke the kiss and sat up on his knees, sliding off Pen’s shirt. Pen nibbled his bottom lip softly and let Eraser do it. His shirt was slipped over his head and shivered to the cool air.
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# The recipient creates a Limit Order with "What I'll Give" being 1 Ticket, and "What I'll Get" being 100 Robux
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# The donator creates a similar order, but with the parameters reversed, giving the 100 Robux, and getting the 1 Ticket
   
Eraser then took off his hoodie and T-shirt. Pen’s face was red, and his feelings were mixing up inside. One by one, each article of clothing was taken off, until all their clothes were completely discarded.
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This same system was used to give Tickets, but it costed more for the recipient.
   
Both of the boys made out passionately, pressing their bodies against each other. Then, Eraser trailed down to Pen’s neck, kissing it. Pen moaned, “E-Eraser…”
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== System Shut Down ==
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On April 14th, 2016, '''Tickets '''as well as''' RoblEX '''were removed from Roblox. Read more [http://blog.roblox.com/2016/03/saying-goodbye-to-tickets/ here].
   
Eraser shivered as he heard his name in such a tone, especially in Pen’s voice. Then, Eraser pointed one finger toward’s Pen’s mouth. Pen kissed his finger and he felt Eraser slide his finger in Pen’s entrance. Pen tensed, moaning and biting his lip. “E-Eraser…” he groaned. “I have to do this so it will be easier for me to...y-yea,” Eraser blushed hard as he explained.
 
   
“M-mmmhm…” Pen moaned. Then, he stopped and replaced his finger with Eraser’s member. Pen gasped and bit his lip hard, but not hard enough for his lip to bleed. “Y-you okay?” Eraser asked. “Y-y-yea…” Pen whimpered. Eraser nodded and kissed Pen gently. “Okay, h-here I go…” Eraser said as he thrusted into Pen slowly.
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== References ==
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Pen clenched the bed sheets, grinded his teeth. “E-Eraser…” Pen moaned in pain. Eraser stopped, panted a little and waited for Pen to adjust. Pen did so and took a deep breath. “I’m ready…” he whispered. Eraser nodded and thrust in. Pen moaned softly, but not in pain, but in pleasure. Eraser moaned as well. He saw Pen’s fingers let go of the sheet and were beside each side of his own head.
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Eraser wrapped a hand on Pen’s right wrist. The bed squeaked to the rhythm of the boys making love. Eraser went faster and Pen moaned, arching his back. “E-Eraser!” Pen moaned out. “Pen!” Eraser moaned back. Both boys were sweaty, hot, and in love with each other. They kissed passionately and Eraser kept going and going. “O-oh! ERASER!” Pen moaned out.
 
 
Pen screamed out as Eraser went harder, but in a good way. “I-I’m going t-to...I’m about to...AH!” Pen let out his loud and Eraser moaned out, going deep inside him and letting out his load inside of Pen. The boys moaned out and panted. Eraser panted and got off of him, kissing Pen.
 
 
Pen kissed back and blushed. Both boys collapsed on the bed and were entangled in each other’s arms. “I love you,” said Pen. “I love you, too,” said Eraser. Both boys kissed gently and fell asleep. This was the greatest night of their lives.
 

Latest revision as of 07:54, December 31, 2019

Newtradecurrency

The RoblEX page.

The ROBLOX Trade Currency (or RoblEX) was a section of the site released on November 21st, 2008[1], used to trade both currencies, Robux (abbreviated R$) and Tickets (abbreviated Tix) with different rates. Most casual users used it for converting their currency to buy different goods; however, it was possible to earn money through the Trade Currency by manipulating the ratios and exchanging currency for the right rates. On April 14th, 2016, the Trade Currency system was shut down due to the removal of Tickets on that date.

Features Edit

Pair Edit

Pair lists what is being exchanged through the Trade Currency. The Pair section always read "BUX/TIX", which indicates that Robux and Tickets are being exchanged constantly.

Rate Edit

The rate would state what rate your Tickets and Robux will be transferred through if you chose to use a market trade. The rate was created by taking the highest rate for Tickets and dividing it by the lowest rate for Robux.

Spread Edit

The spread was the distance the highest Tickets rate is from the lowest Robux rate. The larger the spread was, the larger the difference between the two rates.  With a large spread, one could gain larger profits from their transaction, only by using limit order.

Negative spreads meant that the Tickets rate was higher than the Robux rate, meaning one can make profit using market order.

High/Low Edit

The high and low rate would show the lowest rate for Robux, and the highest rate for Tickets out of all outstanding transactions within the last 24 hours.

Available Charts Edit

On the right side of the page lied the current trade amounts and rates for both currencies. The chart on the left side was for Tickets, and the chart on the right side was for Robux. The charts showed all of the top 20 lowest outstanding ROBUX trades and top 20 highest outstanding Tickets trades.

Trade Window Edit

In the very middle of the page lied the Trade window, where you would perform transactions by entering how many Robux or Tickets you wish to enter and hitting "Submit Trade". One could choose between Market Order, which transferred your trade according to the current default rate, or Limit Order, which allowed the user to choose the exact amount of Tickets or Robux they want in exchange for their trade. Checking "Allow split trades" before submitting would allow the user's trade to go through in separate parts, unchecking it would try to put the trade through in one lump sum.  If the trade was not allowing split trades, trades behind it could be processed before it.

Positions/History Edit

TradeHistory

On the left of the page below the trade button are the user's current positions and history, set up in four tabs for convenient use. You can access any current Robux or Tickets trades here and cancel any transactions in progress. You can also access your history of previous trades here.

Donating Edit

It was possible to use RoblEX to donate currency to another player without Roblox subtracting their customary 30% Market Fee, and the recipient does not have to be a Builder's Club member.

In this example, the amount being donated is 100 Robux.

  1. The recipient creates a Limit Order with "What I'll Give" being 1 Ticket, and "What I'll Get" being 100 Robux
  2. The donator creates a similar order, but with the parameters reversed, giving the 100 Robux, and getting the 1 Ticket

This same system was used to give Tickets, but it costed more for the recipient.

System Shut Down Edit

On April 14th, 2016, Tickets as well as RoblEX were removed from Roblox. Read more here.


References Edit

  1. John Shedletsky, "It's the Economy...", Roblox Blog, http://blog.roblox.com/2008/11/its-the-economy/.
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