About PotBS Gold DoubloonPirates of the Burning Sea (PotBS) is a nautical fantasy MMORPG developed by Flying Lab Software LLC. and published by Sony Online Entertainment with gold doubloons as official currency. The game is set in the golden era of exploration where players control their own ships as pirates, adventurers or naval officers vying to make more gold than anyone else. Players choose the side of Spain, England, France or the Pirates, known as the Brethren of the Coast, as they battle for the valuable islands of the Caribbean.
The economy is an important aspect of the game-play. The major currency in the Pirates of the Burning Sea is called "gold doubloon". PotBS gold doubloons are the driving force of the game's economy. Players use PotBS doubloon as an intermediary item in exchange for goods and services. The Burning Sea's economy is run by players who produce and trade goods ranging from raw resources, ingots, wine, ship parts and cannons. Or they sell them for Burning Sea gold doubloons. What you can produce and are able to sell for valuable gold pieces depends on where you are located. Each port is controlled by one of the selectable countries and has different resources. However, it is possible to attack other ports and gain control of their resources. Players normally use the Auction House to trade goods between themselves and pay in Burning Sea gold for it. This is where one can make the most PotBS doubloons: Either by producing manufactured goods, or by adding value through combining goods to make products like ships. The game also rewards gold doubloons as rewards from quests, killing enemies and sinking ships. Planning how to spend your hard earned PotBS doubloons will be challenging. Unlike other MMORPGs, training does not cost doubloons. Major money sinks for Burning Sea doubloons are buying new ships or ship parts, acquiring gear and obtaining resources for your production. In the end, Pirates of the Burning Sea sets itself apart from others through its sophisticated PotBS gold-based, player-run economy.