In january and february virtual land was falling short and the Lindens had a large que of requests. Early march we saw an explosion of new sims. One of these new launches was the Saxo Bank,
an online investment bank, based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Jeffrey Limpele, executive director of quantitative analysis at Saxo Bank (whatever that means), told SLNN
that the bank ultimately plans to offer "leveraged Forex trading on the lindens... We want to give you access from Second Life to your Real Life foreign exchange
." We'll see.
The bank shares the island with a volcano viewable from the bank's roof terrace. There is also a bizarre Rio carnival parade that processes around the island. Whether there is some deep symbolism in the use of the volcano and carnival, or whether it is an amusing whimsy.
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Pictures kindly provided by Sir Aleister Kronos
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