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Currencies are used for purchasing a variety of items in Sea of Thieves. Currencies cannot be used to buy any technical or mechanical advantages and are mainly used for buying reskins of already existing items to show off your prestige or style.
Types of Currencies
|Gold is the main currency in the Sea of Thieves, used to acquire a vast majority of purchasable items, such as cosmetic items from shops, voyages, and Promotions from Trading Companies. The main method of earning Gold in Sea of Thieves is to sell treasure to Trading Companies in Adventure Mode and through Seasonal rewards. Gold was previously earned by competing in matches of The Arena.
|Doubloons are the currency used by the Bilge Rats, acquired by such sources as certain unique treasures, completing Commendations, Seasonal rewards, and Mercenary Voyages. Doubloons can be spent at the Black Market, hosted by the Bilge Rats representative in every Tavern, or used to purchase certain items at any Outpost shop.
|Ancient Coins are a currency exclusively used for purchasing goods at the Pirate Emporium. Ancient Coins can be bought as incremental bundles for real life currency, or earned through either killing rare Ancient Skeletons, or as a Renown Level reward during any given Season.
|Pieces o' Eight
|Pieces o' Eight are a currency exclusively available during the Sea of Thieves: The Legend of Monkey Island series of Tall Tales. It is the only currency accepted by shop keepers on Mêlée Island. It can be acquired as single coins or pouches of coins found through varying sources such as loose on barrels, in crates, or from NPCs. The currency is stored in the player's Quest Radial and is only carried by the player during an active Tall Tale.
|Silver was not quite technically a currency, but was used more as a point system in Arena matches. Silver did not convert to Gold. Its only purpose was to form the leaderboard of each Arena match.