Having said that, how much does Roblox take when you sell an item?
The marketplace fee is a percentage of revenue that is taken out of all items that are sold for Robux on Roblox. This fee helps support the Roblox economy by keeping the supply of Robux consistent, reducing inflation. The fee for normal members was ~90%, as opposed to ~30% for Roblox Premium users.
Furthermore, how do you sell limited items on Roblox? Item selling can be done through the item page itself by clicking the dropdown in the top right hand side of the page and then clicking Sell. Only users with an active Roblox Premium subscription can sell items. When selling items, keep the lowest current price in mind.
In addition to that, can you sell Robux?
Yes, there are ways to convert Robux into real money but you have to either enroll into the DevEx program or you can sell your Robux in “black-market forums” which however is against the terms of conditions of Roblox and can result in you getting banned.
What is a marketplace fee?
The Marketplace Fee is a variable fee charged to riders for trips in certain markets. The Marketplace fee helps support regulatory, safety, and operational costs. It scales with the distance of the trip and is variable because operational costs scale with the distance of the trip.
You can earn Robux, the in-game currency, through creating games yourself. You can also buy Robux in the game. ... If game creators earn a high amount of Robux, through attracting players and in-game adverts, they can convert the Robux into real money.
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