WoW Token hits EU servers tomorrow

    
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World of Warcraft’s PLEX derivative has been live in North America for a while now, but EU players haven’t been able to to exchange their gold for gametime. That changes on April 21st, when the WoW Token launches in Europe, according to a Blizzard tweet.

We’ve embedded a WoW Token overview video just past the break.

[Source: Blizzard Watch]
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Kass40
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Kass40

It’s a great idea, but tbh I’d rather just pass on it for now til the market has settled.

Rohirrim
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Rohirrim

Siphaed Paraxamos Version 42.0.2311.90 and no problem :)

Rohirrim
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Rohirrim

Now that we know what happened in US I wonder what will happen in EU :) I suppose sellers will go and buy tokens as fast as possible to sell high before the token price drop and buyers will wait until the token drop to ~25k before they buy…it will be interesting. Luckily the game now is on a boring state and I can wait until 6.2 patch and mythic dungeons before I buy the token.

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breetoplay

Siphaed Paraxamos Wouldn’t that mean all of us using 42+ would be having that problem in that case?

SallyBowls1
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SallyBowls1

TehAcidBaron It opens at 35k gold, but they are charging 20Euro which is still more than $20.

Tandor Shadewalker
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Tandor Shadewalker

Paraxamos Funnily enough, that’s how it looks for me using IE9 whereas with Chrome it looks fine.

Siphaed
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Siphaed

Paraxamos 
Chrome -as of update 42- is no longer supporting the NPAPI (Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface) in relation to JAVA script.  It is very possible that livefyre is one such program that runs a JAVA that is no longer supported in it.  There are ways of reactivating it via the experimental control panel in Chrome (Google it!) for the time being, but as of September 2015 that temp-fix will be useless and there will be 0 support for it going forward.

My folks called me with the same issue recently with POGO (EA even has an alert on it’s homepage) and I had to set them up with the temp fix until I’m able to set up a heavy-security, easy-to-use Firefox for them. But those are Java specific browser based games and your issue could be completely unrelated.

Paraxamos
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Paraxamos

breetoplay Paraxamos Greaterdivinity No, nothing of that sorts. I also have you whitelisted in adblock (even disabled it fully to try it out), so this can’t be the culprit as well. Livefyre also works correctly on other sites, which is especially weird. Oh well, guess I have to just use firefox for your site then unless some tech genie with more knowledge with browsers has an answer:P

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breetoplay

Paraxamos Greaterdivinity I’ve never seen that issue before, and Chrome is my daily driver. I am with you; I load up Firefox only to test stuff I’m in the middle of breaking. :D It sort of looks as if it’s blocking all of the elements coming from Livefyre itself, like the like/reply buttons and the comment box itself. What it’s showing is the stuff native to WordPress, just styled to match this site. I don’t suppose you have Livefyre.com specifically blocked or can whitelist it in whatever plugins and cookie settings you have?

Paraxamos
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Paraxamos

Greaterdivinity Paraxamos Well, it doesn’t work for me:/ Even did a fresh chrome install, still no luck. Only began a few weeks after this site launched, in the beginning everything was fine. Hopefully some of the staff or so can answer/does know something since it’s annoying to have to start firefox and such only to read the comments.