This is a continuation of yesterday’s situation, which, as you can see, did not end up with one or two accounts at all.
Suspending a few accounts is no big deal, even if we’re talking about equipment worth a few hundred thousand dollars. One of the largest entities confirms that many more people have been suspended.
The fact is that this is a very small percentage in relation to all transactions. In total, in the last 30 days, 34,000 people have made their exchanges or simply traded – in this particular entity, the name of which we cannot give due to the law.
But the accounts are blocked nonetheless
What is important, however, is that during this time, i.e. the last 30 days, some people got banned. A total of 84 accounts that were used for trading were suspended. The announcement already mentions partial names, so probably many people will guess. Anyway, everything in this situation depends on the narrative.
Banning 84 accounts is a high-profile statement of the company. Well, unless we juxtapose it with the 34,000 other users who had no problems. The question is – is this the moment when Valve starts to get interested in trading outside Steam, or are these just fairly normal waves of bans that are simply dictated by regulations?