We have a game running where everyone has his own currency. Some collaborate and some don't. Everyone who starts a store should buy something very basic. A carpenter should buy logs, a mason should accept stone. You can also accept food, so the others can afford your items. But the whole thing only works on at least a medium difficulty where you can't do every job on your own.
It works - but not on every serversetting
If you wish to work closer together with a smaller group you can add a 2nd whitelisted shop where only some people can buy your goods for less or nothing.
Chuckles, I so hope you don't mean the 2 Gaming Girls "Laws" video sounds like little kids. But hey as I inch towards a birthday on Monday taking me that much closer to 40 I guess maybe I don't mind being consider a kid.
What type of info about laws were you both looking for? What would either of you want covered in a guide?
This probably has to do with your ports. You now use your gameport instead of webport to connect, so if you used to connect to port 3001, you would now use 3000 if you used default ports.
If creating a standalone server on a machine with the client server already installed through the game, you have to use ports other than the default, perhaps 4000 and 4001, although you always use 2999 as the listening port and share with the client. You may have to check out your support pages for your ISP to learn about your router or google your router make and model for a manual to read information about port forwarding. Usually your ISP support site will have information on port forwarding for your modem/router. If the router is not from your ISP or they do not have that information for you, there are many guides online about how to do this, and it is a relatively easy process.
Next important thing: If your server's not showing up, you need to go into appdata/LocalLow/Strange Loop Games/ and delete the Eco folder then restart Eco and it will write new files. To get it to populated you may need to open the filter (middle button between search and refresh) and click 'apply'.
It takes the saguaro cactus 200 years to grow in rl. At around the age of 95-100 years, the saguaro cactus is able to produce its first cactus arm. But it's not until the cactus reaches 200 years old that it will finally reach its full height-- upwards of 45 feet tall.
...So im guessing the growth rate will be extremely slow.