Originally, I was going to reply to Tide's comment on the last post with a comment. However, something seems to be wrong with the comment system at the moment, so I'll reply with a post.
First, though: I'm gonna be gone for three weeks. Expect few to no updates in that time.
Okay, now the comment:
Tide says that the dude who scammed 700 billion ISK could sell it using lots of alts to get the "full value" of the money - something like $116,000 if you simply multiply current price by the amount sold.
Unfortunately, that's simply not true. No matter how many alts you use, no matter what the size of the chunks you sell, you simply cannot put that much on the market without crashing it. It's like saying, "new homes sell for $400,000. If we sell a billion new homes, we can make four hundred trillion dollars!!!!!!"
No, you'll crash the new-house market. No matter how many different salespeople you use. The same will happen with that much ISK.
Because you have a near-monopoly, you could restrict yourself to selling at just a bit below market prices, but then you'll only sell, say, a few million ISK per week. And you'll still be hurting the market: you just won't be crashing it. Every week, your competitors would lower their prices to match yours, and you continue to lower your prices to stay ahead... and in the end, the market still crashes.