Yeah I feel that but if classic wow gold folks don't want to level new personalities they then could play the continued servers. The old world levelling is also significantly faster, you can certainly get to 60 over 2-3 weeks of sane playtime.
I truly think getting to content 2-3 weeks later for a literal totally different server experience is worth it but I am in a minority.
A strict cap is not going to do the job. As an instance, if they restrict it to 1000 gold then players/bots will purchase subs or account to utilize as mules to spread their gold . If gold was reset to 0, then players/bots would bring across copious quantities of substances to market in TBC.
There are tons of players needing to buy vanilla career materials, for instance. There are also some bis consumables which use vanilla herbs.
And the greatest reason not consider it, is that unless they follow with a serious effort to stop gold buyers/sellers, subsequently affect only hurts honest players.
Almost 80% of the new people we take in gold in wow classic appear to prove to be golden farmers. (I feel that the gold farmers are more prevalent as they use WoW as a project and rebound between scripting and really controlling their toon) We've never gotten some kick backs from such characters but we usually take like 2 raids to figure out they're gold sellers to be able to kick them out of guild.