Free, for a basic Second Life account. Users can create one resident with unlimited access to Second Life's tools, events and communities. New accounts receive a one-time signup bonus of L$250 (Linden Dollars, the currency of the Second Life world). Creating a second resident costs $9.95. Players 13-17 can join a Teen version of the game. Here's the Linden exchange rate for the last eight years. As you can see, it's never been above L$319/US1$. The L$245 you recently obtained is a little on the low side, but far closer to the norm than your stated claim of L$400.
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Second Life is full of opportunities to earn Linden Dollars, but it is also important to have fun while earning. Some players make the mistake of thinking that they have to do something they don't enjoy to make money in Second Life. That's simply is not the case.
Sometimes it can feel overwhelmingly challenging to earn linden in Second Life, but with the right information to hand and some ample determination you can make money.
- 3Earn Linden Playing Fun Games
- 5Activity Devices
- 7External Articles & Sites
Players who upgrade their account to be a Premium Account are paid a stipend to their account on a weekly basis.
You can buy linden whenever you want on the LindeX exchange. However, there are billing and trading limits.
ADS Goldtokens Gaming Network
The following games are run by ADS, the leader in earning linden games. The Goldtokens.net Gaming Network was a community created by SecondAds company with the goal of helping new players earn their first linden dollars. It's not just for new players though. Thousands of experienced players enjoy competing for leaderboard positions and earning large sums of linden in the process.
The Gold Hunt allows players to earn linden and win random gifts by hunting for coins and gems that are hidden by landowners. There are literally 1,000s of lands with coins available right across the grid, which can be discovered by using the player HUD.
The Fish Hunt allows players to earn Linden and win Random Gifts by fishing. There are literally 1,000s of lands with fish buoys available right across the grid, which can be discovered by using the player HUD. You'll also need to get a free beginner fishing rod too.
Farm Frenzy gives land owners the opportunity to earn linden by farming worms for use in the Fish Hunt. It takes time to develop your Farming Experience, but eventually you'll be able to dominate the farming industry and sell your produce to the masses. Fortunes have been made in the farming industry!
The KingdomsAndEmpires.com is a new web browser strategy and trading game developed by ADS. Its theme is medieval. Players can grow wheat and mine for iron ore to produce wheat and iron ore that they can trade and use to build a stronghold out of their settlement. Players can get free materials every day by logging into K&E site and collecting their taxes. While playing players gain K&E points which are converted to L$ earnings daily.
The Noob Hunt is an affiliate recruitment scheme for the Goldtokens.net gaming network which allows players to become masters and recruit apprentices for the various games hosted on the network. In return they earn a percentage of each of their apprentices' winnings. You can also sell your apprentices to other masters on the exchange.
Dragons & Princesses
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The Dragons & Princesses is a cool game developed by Earn2Life company that allows you to earn linden by hunting for voids on different lands around Second Life.
The Linden Realms were created by Linden Lab and are designed with a beautiful environment that has trees, cliffs, and lots of fun places to explore. You can use a teleporter to visit different areas of the Linden Realms. Each place has different quests and other activities that are fun and exciting to do. There are rock monsters that you will have to run away from and pools of toxic water to avoid.
Money Trees were created by Wolfhaven Productions and allow players to earn linden by plucking dollar bills and other game items from trees that are planted in sims all around the grid. There is a HUD you can wear to tell you where to find new trees. However, many trees are age-limited, so only very new players can use them.
The Second Farm
The The Second Farm is a campany that created Magic Crystal and Magic Fishing Games. It is a great way to helping new Second Life Residents to earn linden dollars.If you need support please contact us CLICKING HERE.
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This is a very fun game, you meet wonderful places and can still make magic stars. With these stars you earn more money and even more points for the Magic Crystal Rankings. You can found know all Crystal location CLICKING HERE
Magic fishing is a new way to earn lidens by fishing.You need only a free rod to start and one HUD to find locations to fish.You can get your free rod clicking here and a free HUD clicking here
A large proportion of players have some form of Second Life Job as a means to earn linden. This can be a rewarding way to earn linden and if you have the right ideas you can even become an entrepreneur and start your own business.
There are a wide range of devices that allow you to make money via certain activities. In the order of decreasing interactivity these are:
There are a wide range of skill game machines where Linden can be earned. While these games may resemble real-world casino game machines, they should all comply with Wagering policy and Skill Game Compliance.
There are a wide range of Chat Sploders such as the ever popular Chatsploder Network available in various clubs and other areas. These allow you to earn linden by waiting for the 'explosion' which may take quite some time. In the mean time you can chat and make new friends.
These are devices where players first make contributions to an aggregated pot. Once the pot exceeds a threshold, a countdown to an 'explosion' begins (such as 3 mins) during which further contributions are typically still accepted. At the 'explosion' the pot is randomly distributed between contributors. UPDATE: Be aware of LL's wagering policies as paying to win on a game of chance such as a sploder or lottery can be interpreted as a violation. There are free sploders which are used to generate traffic that cost nothing to play which are legal. Wagering policy and Skill Game Compliance.
These allow you to earn Linden or prizes for camping, e.g. sitting chairs or touch Sploders, which you have to touch to begin a countdown to an 'explosion' at the end of which a landowner's pot of money is randomly distributed between touchers. Some of these devices have you earn Linden, others have you earning other things such as new skins, clothes or other virtual game items. All you have to do touch them or sit on them, then continue camping on them (or reasonably close to some others) for the required amount of time to earn your prize. While some opine it is the least fun way to earn Linden ever invented due to lack of interaction with these devices during the camping time, others argue that it is just as much fun as any other activity, because while camping you are still free to chat and make new friends. A further advantage is that it is a relatively simpler way that does not require much time or physical input, and is therefore quite suitable for people with disabilities.
These are similar to camping devices above, except that you simply need to be present on the land within a certain proximity of the device for the required amount of time to earn your prize, which is typically awarded to a resident chosen at random. These include Random Money Givers, and sometimes require that you become a member of the group owning the land, or add the land to the list of your SL Picks in order to be considered for an award.
It is possible to earn linden by completing surveys, surfing websites or filling web offers. Unfortunately this can be very haphazard and you may not receive payment if you don't fit the demographic that the company is looking for.
Please share your external sites and articles here with information on how to earn linden dollars in Second Life here:
- Earn2life - Earn linden on earning programs
- Gold Hunt - Earn linden hunting for coins
- Fish Hunt - Earn linden by fishing
- Goldtokens - Earn linden playing fun games
- Kingdoms&Empires - Earn linden with strategy and trading.
- The Second Farm - Earn linden hunting crystals and fishing.
- Wolfhaven Productions - The creators of money trees
- 10 Ways to Earn Linden in Second Life - 10 ways to Earn Linden in Second Life
- How to Make Money In Second Life - How to get started and earn linden in Second Life
- Make Money in Second Life - A good list of methods to earn money
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Second Life Linden PricesFunction: llSetPayPrice( integerprice, listquick_pay_buttons );
Suggest default amounts for the pay text field and pay buttons of the appearing dialog when someone chooses to pay this object.
|• integer||price||–||PAY_* constant or positive value|
|• list||quick_pay_buttons||–||Four PAY_* constants and/or positive integer values|
- This function should not be trusted to limit the values of money payable to the object; always verify the amount paid is the amount expected.
- Use only one call to this function in all the scripts on an object to prevent confusion about which values are used. You still need to check in the money event that the amount is as expected.
- This function only works when called from the root prim of an object. Its effect applies to all the prims in the object. Calling it from a child prim has no effect.
- Payment to a prim can be blocked by the llSetPayPrice() setting in the prim, which persists even if the script with llSetPayPrice() is removed.
- Note that the pay option will only be shown in prims having a running script with a money event (or in all the prims of the object if the root has a running script with a money event).
- The effect seems to persist even if the script is recompiled with out the llSetPayPrice function, even if the script is replaced with another one which includes a money event, but not llSetPayPrice.
- Money cannot be paid to an attachment; 'Pay' will go directly to the wearer instead.
Important Issues~ All Issues ~ Search JIRA for related Bugs
|VWR-3048||A||llSetPayPrice doesn't work on Child Prims, default box used instead.|
This will give the user a dialog box without the price field and only one button with a value of 150.
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|VWR-3048||A||llSetPayPrice doesn't work on Child Prims, default box used instead.|
|VWR-8744||A||llSetPayPrice causes 'When Left Clicked: Pay Object' to break|
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