This is the point of view I’d expect from someone who doesn’t have many (or any) high valuable items banked. People who do aren’t going to accept garbage items for them. It would push the trade of these items off game. People would then sell them for real life money (even more than they do now) or to gold spammers. This is a terrible suggestion. People who have this stuff aren’t going to practically give it away. They aren’t stupid. Currently, on the EU server, when an original Plasmic, Nimbus or Smoke aura changes hands it is usually for real life money or a combination of real life money and in game money. What you’re suggesting would widen this to items in the next tier down in terms of in-game worth. Right now there is an idiot spamming trade chat wanting to sell a premium box via PayPal. Thankfully this isn’t the norm, but it could well be. That person isn’t going to accept a gold time torn material and 200 dionesium and neither will anyone else who has a spare premium box. What they have for sale is rare and desirable and thus, valuable. The solution to these issues is raising the caps. No solution should treat people who happen to have high value items for sale like some sort of virtual Russian oligarch. In the vast majority of cases wealthy players have either earned their wealth through trading or through supporting the game by buying marketplace cash and then using that to acquire valuables to sell on. People who are suggesting cash wipes and other restraints of trade never explain what their problem is with these players, but they must have one, because making suggestions that take away wealth from players who have fairly accumulated it is plainly unfair.