Minecraft is a video game developed by the Swedish video game developer Mojang Studios. The game was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011. There are three editions of Minecraft namely, Java Edition, Bedrock Edition, and Education Edition.
The Trading system is a gameplay mechanic that allows players to trade emeralds for items and items for emeralds with villagers as well as wandering traders.In order to trade, you'll need to find a village and get yourself some emeralds. Emeralds are the primary currency for trading with villagers. They're not easy to get your hands on, but there are a few ways of getting them.
In order to trade, right-click on a villager with a uniform. Unemployed villagers and Nitwits cannot be traded with. Each profession has a unique costume that sets them apart from one another. You can also hold an item or emerald in your hand, and if a villager holds something in their hand in turn, it means they are willing to trade with you for that item.
Villagers have five career levels that can be increased by trading with them. Each villager starts at the "novice" level. A villager's level can be seen in the trading menu. The badge they wear can also be identified by the following
Trading until the villager's trading bar gets full unlocks the next level of trades. When a player trades with a villager, both the villager and the player gain experience.Trading with a wandering trader also rewards the player some experience, although the trader does not have experience levels to gain.