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In a fictional world of surprisingly realistic economics, "House Rules" constitute free-form regulations for managing money. They constitute a range of creative ways to inject new funds into the economy thus making them closely aligned with those of actual financial markets.

After decades of existence, the company known for driving this artificial economy has turned to crowd-sourcing for debating 10 such rules for their usefulness like "Free Parking", "Frozen Assets", "Cash Advance", "Property Boom" etc. The top entries will find their place in the new draft of regulations in 2015.

How do we know this fictional world of surprisingly realistic economics in the real world?

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