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Well shifting to Euros might not be tad too good an idea. I am sure envato has a reason for sticking to USD for a long time. Furthermore, USD is a currency standard for economies almost everywhere, except for businesses pertaining to local services. I second the euros suggestion. Does anyone realize we are putting the marketing schemes in place in danger by scaring potential customers away through the use of Euros in which some economies can’t afford?

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Ok I got a solution… we should all just move to grand cayman islands… no taxes, they take usd… Anyone wanna join? :P

Let’s start a Themeforest village over there.

@Fomalhaut You’ve got a point there.

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