Android Market will Switch to 'Buyer's Currency' on March 31, 2011

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    Google recently informed developers that, as of March 31, 2011, they will be changing their pricing model on the Android Market to a "Buyer's Currency" Model. The email explained that the change will simply help coordinate purchases for multiple currencies internationally. Here are the details:
    Now jokesters and conspiracy theorists can speculate on the future of a global Google dollar... ;)

    All kidding aside, this is actually a very useful thing that Google is doing.

    Source: Google Android Market Team
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    This scares me for other reasons. Too off topic though.

    Droid--->ether--->this thread
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