It would be wonderful if she could renovate the dormitory.
In Xu Qiu’s dormitory, there was just one little bed. Although the robot could utilize the remaining scraps to construct a top bunk, the feeling of living with others was not pleasant.
It’s fine if the cubs squeeze with her, but not if the adults do.
The construction robots are already in place, and the gold coins required to upgrade them are not a major issue.
She now has a high character level. The gold coins she receives from tasks have increased slightly, and she frequently saves money. She never wastes money on extravagance and saves for the necessities. The gold coins will be there if she completes a few more tasks.
Xu Qiu has a problem: isn’t this currency exchange system strange?
“In the real exchange system, the gold coin ratio should be 1:10, not 10:1.”
Those cheating games will make you cry. Such a shameless krypton gold mode.
[It is, indeed, 10:1.]
The system has its own reason for doing this.
[Can items from real games be taken and used? You can make the items in the system mall into reality.]
At this moment, there is no method to use existing materials to construct the dormitories, and they must be obtained from the system’s inventory.
Considering the energy required for expansion and the materials used to construct the house, a house costs 10,000 gold, which is a great deal.
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Xu Qiu thought that made sense.
[Isn’t that really reasonable? Furthermore, you will be the woman who constructs the sea of stars in the future. The resources are all yours; go out there and convert them, and you’ll be a krypton gold player in the future. Are you concerned about running out of money? It’s all a little money, la~]
It is also said that when Xu Qiu used to play games, there were always some inhuman krypton gold gamers.
It means little to them as long as they can buy things with money, and it is difficult for them to rely on their own liver and time.
Xu Qiu turned to look for the kindergarten’s only wealthy adult.
Jin Xingxing intended to raise a daughter, and she should have had plenty of cash on hand.
These are now idle funds, just enough to borrow.
Students must pay more for on-campus housing and meals, and the cubs have paid for their efforts.
Jin Xingxing’s salary is minimal.
Some vegetables and fruits are extremely expensive to transport on the Barren Star.
Xu Qiu calculated a price based on the market pricing. If Jin Xingxing wanted to consume the same food as the cubs, she’d have to pay a lot of money for food and lodging.
Xu Qiu isn’t particularly skilled at discussing business. She recalled the financial fraud that she was particularly familiar with in her memory, cleared her throat, and said, “Ms. Jin Xingxing, I’d want to speak with you about making a fortune. I have a very profitable business here. The only difference is that the investment cycle is a little longer. You just need to spend one hundred thousand Interstellar coins on me, and I will return them to you three times over time.”
She stated that the large returns are not false, that there is 008, and that if she sells the valuable goods of this desolate star, she will be able to recoup dozens of times her investment sooner or later.
“Oh oh, okay.”
Jin Xingxing appeared to looked smart, yet it appeared that many others were naïve and misled. She quickly took out the money after hearing what Xu Qiu stated.
“How do I transfer it to you?”
Xu Qiu withdrew a special booklet from her tiny purse, and on the title of the page was the QR code she had drawn herself: “It’s quite simple; just scan this code. You can connect to the internet at the kindergarten.”
This code had previously been developed in the Interstellar Court, and the start-up money provided by the Interstellar Court was placed in this account.
It’s a shame there’s so little money in it. She bought the big box and the daily supplies in the box before she arrived, and they were completely consumed.
Xu Qiu told Jin Xingxing the network password, and she noticed that the latter was pressing something on her wrist, and she heard a prompt tone.
[Ding Dong, 1,000,000 Interstellar coins have been transferred into your account.]
Xu Qiu rubbed her eyes and said, “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6… 6 zeros?! I just needed one hundred thousand, but you made a mistake and gave me one million instead.”
There are only a few less than three-digit Interstellar coins in her account, so even if she wants to make such a mistake, she will simply get a cold. [Your balance on your account is insufficient].
Xu Qiu was envious of such an oolong that a rich person would appear.
“Give me your account number, and I’ll transfer money to you.”
“I originally prepared some money for Lily, and these should be considered her living expenses during this period,” Jin Xingxing said, shaking her head.
She gave Lily to the research institute and was rewarded handsomely. 1 million dollars was a pittance compared to what she had previously prepared.
Xu Qiu felt envious, jealous, and despised the big fox who said this casually.
[Don’t be jealous. You’ll be wealthy than she in the future!]
Xu Qiu let out a breath of turbid air, some secrets doomed to rot in her stomach alone.
Because Jin Xingxing said so, she should treat it as the other party’s investment for the time being. After all, if the kindergarten expands in the future, she will have to spend money to pay others.
Xu Qiu inquired: “The environment outside the kindergarten is harsh and unsuitable for humans to live in. Where do you want to live today?”
Jin Xingxing’s eyes quickly brightened up: “Is it possible for me to live with Lily? If you give me permission, I can stay in the same room with her.”