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SLP (Smooth Love Potion) found his bottom few days ago, could be a rare chance due to changes in the game´s earnings in PvE; im in since 2ct

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Hi I’m new to crypto and nft, do anyone know how to withdraw this? I swapped my SLP to USDC but I don’t know how to withdraw it now. Thank you in advance for your help!

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Just another update of the situation here in Venezuela, every week around 30 BTC are traded ONLY using LocalBitcoin back and forth between Bs. (Bolivares) and BTC. Last week it was 26 BTC. Other exchanges are Binance, AirTM and Reserve (there are more). STILL, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD!

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27 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, total amount traded worldwide there was 323 BTC. Binance is king, but others try to gain market like AirTM, Reserve among others. Price went down from 220,000 Bs to 170,000 Bs. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD!

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#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Same here buddy. I paid 800€ for my first team and made some upgrades later. So maybe 1k for the team. And 800€ for ETH/SLP Pool, because you know… RON will be THE shit! Turns out, it’s just shit and now instead of almost 2k Fiat money, I have something around 300€ in axie.

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#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea which won 1st place in the Tether Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > [USDT](https://tether.to/en/transparency/) is a stablecoin (stable-value cryptocurrency) issued by Tether, a Hong Kong-based company. The token is pegged to the USD by keeping reserves of commercial paper, fiduciary deposits, cash, reserve repo notes, and treasury bills equal to the number of USDT in circulation. Initially named as Realcoin, a second-layer cryptocurrency token built on top of Bitcoin's blockchain using the Omni platform, it was later renamed USTether and, finally, USDT. In addition to Bitcoin, USDT was later updated to work on the Ethereum, EOS, Tron, Algorand, and OMG blockchains. > > # PROs > > **USDT is well established** > > It has built a long history of resilience, reliability and trust because it has been around for a [while](https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780) (around 8 years in the cryptocurrency market). This had helped to convince clients that the stablecoin is [legitimate](https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm_source=CMC&utm_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink). > > As of this year, USDT currently is in the top ten cryptocurrencies by [market cap](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether) with a 24-hour trading volume of around 45 billion dollars and a total number of addresses of up to 4.5 million. In its last known [audit](https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf) in 2021 it has been considered to have *"No vulnerabilities with critical, high, medium or low-severity."* > > **Wide acceptance** > > Tether has multiple gateways for customers (retail, exchanges, and companies) because it is built on several leading [blockchains](https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols), including Algorand, Avalanche, Bitcoin Cash's Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP), Ethereum, EOS, Liquid Network, Omni, Polygon, Tezos, Tron, Solana, and Statemine. These transport protocols are made up of open source software that interfaces with blockchains to allow for the issuance and redemption of Tether tokens. > > Furthermore, it has been available on major exchanges such as Bitfinex, Binance, Coinbase, Kraken and [more](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets), Offering a plethora of pairs for users to choose from or that of which is available in their region although as of lately some exchanges have been switching to Circle's USDC over growing concerns of legal issues related with Tether. > > **Buffer against volatility** > > One of the primary functions of stablecoins is to act as a [hedge](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986_Are_stablecoins_truly_diversifiers_hedges_or_safe_havens_against_traditional_cryptocurrencies_as_their_name_suggests) when crypto markets are in a downturn. Because the aforementioned market is extremely volatile, traders and investors want some sort of buffer against this without having to directly trade their crypto for fiat as to also avoid larger fees as well. Supported by its large market capitalization, USDT should be less volatile and thus safer. > > **Announcement of a full audit** > > Tether's CTO Paolo Ardoino recently stated in an [interview](https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information) with Euromoney that the company is preparing for a full audit with an accounting firm called MHA Cayman (which also handles Tether's [quarterly assurance opinions/reports](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether_Assurance_Consolidated_Reserves_Report_2022-03-31__3_.pdf)). According to the CTO in the interview, MHA Cayman is one of the "*top 12*" accounting firms, and most top accounting firms deny requests for full audits due to the associated reputational risks. In the future, hopefully, this will provide more security and transparency to its users against the number of allegations and investigations it is currently facing. > > **Despite everything, USDT is still here** > > From the past legal troubles it has faced, the ones it's facing right now, the vast amount of criticisms from different facets off the internet and the several crypto winters it endured. USDT is still alive and kicking. Will it still be the top stablecoin in the next 5 years? Unlikely, but I am for certain it was a major part for the growth and expansion of crypto's fetal years. Moving forward it's up to them, the people behind Tether, if they will finally redeem themselves against all the allegations, criticisms, troubles, and not just do another settlement. > > ^(Sources:) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/faqs/)](https://tether.to/en/faqs/) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols)](https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/transparency/)](https://tether.to/en/transparency/) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/transparency/#reports)](https://tether.to/en/transparency/#reports) > > [^(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tether\_(cryptocurrency))](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tether_(cryptocurrency)) > > [^(https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/5UWgHMvz071t2Cq5yTw5vi/c9798ea8db99311bf90ebe0810938b01/TetherWhitePaper.pdf)](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/5UWgHMvz071t2Cq5yTw5vi/c9798ea8db99311bf90ebe0810938b01/TetherWhitePaper.pdf) > > [^(https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780)](https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780) > > [^(https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm\_source=CMC&utm\_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink)](https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm_source=CMC&utm_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink) > > [^(https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether)](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether) > > [^(https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf)](https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf) > > [^(https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets)](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986\_Are\_stablecoins\_truly\_diversifiers\_hedges\_or\_safe\_havens\_against\_traditional\_cryptocurrencies\_as\_their\_name\_suggests)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986_Are_stablecoins_truly_diversifiers_hedges_or_safe_havens_against_traditional_cryptocurrencies_as_their_name_suggests) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339263534\_What\_is\_Stablecoin\_A\_Survey\_on\_Price\_Stabilization\_Mechanisms\_for\_Decentralized\_Payment\_Systems)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339263534_What_is_Stablecoin_A_Survey_on_Price_Stabilization_Mechanisms_for_Decentralized_Payment_Systems) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332458820\_Is\_Cryptocurrency\_a\_Hedge\_or\_a\_Safe\_Haven\_for\_International\_Indices\_A\_Comprehensive\_and\_Dynamic\_Perspective)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332458820_Is_Cryptocurrency_a_Hedge_or_a_Safe_Haven_for_International_Indices_A_Comprehensive_and_Dynamic_Perspective) > > [^(https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information)](https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information) > > [^(https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether\_Assurance\_Consolidated\_Reserves\_Report\_2022-03-31\_\_3\_.pdf)](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether_Assurance_Consolidated_Reserves_Report_2022-03-31__3_.pdf) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/vpuiec/top_coins_tether_proarguments_july_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea which won 1st place in the Tether Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > [USDT](https://tether.to/en/transparency/) is a stablecoin (stable-value cryptocurrency) issued by Tether, a Hong Kong-based company. The token is pegged to the USD by keeping reserves of commercial paper, fiduciary deposits, cash, reserve repo notes, and treasury bills equal to the number of USDT in circulation. Initially named as Realcoin, a second-layer cryptocurrency token built on top of Bitcoin's blockchain using the Omni platform, it was later renamed USTether and, finally, USDT. In addition to Bitcoin, USDT was later updated to work on the Ethereum, EOS, Tron, Algorand, and OMG blockchains. > > # PROs > > **USDT is well established** > > It has built a long history of resilience, reliability and trust because it has been around for a [while](https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780) (around 8 years in the cryptocurrency market). This had helped to convince clients that the stablecoin is [legitimate](https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm_source=CMC&utm_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink). > > As of this year, USDT currently is in the top ten cryptocurrencies by [market cap](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether) with a 24-hour trading volume of around 45 billion dollars and a total number of addresses of up to 4.5 million. In its last known [audit](https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf) in 2021 it has been considered to have *"No vulnerabilities with critical, high, medium or low-severity."* > > **Wide acceptance** > > Tether has multiple gateways for customers (retail, exchanges, and companies) because it is built on several leading [blockchains](https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols), including Algorand, Avalanche, Bitcoin Cash's Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP), Ethereum, EOS, Liquid Network, Omni, Polygon, Tezos, Tron, Solana, and Statemine. These transport protocols are made up of open source software that interfaces with blockchains to allow for the issuance and redemption of Tether tokens. > > Furthermore, it has been available on major exchanges such as Bitfinex, Binance, Coinbase, Kraken and [more](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets), Offering a plethora of pairs for users to choose from or that of which is available in their region although as of lately some exchanges have been switching to Circle's USDC over growing concerns of legal issues related with Tether. > > **Buffer against volatility** > > One of the primary functions of stablecoins is to act as a [hedge](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986_Are_stablecoins_truly_diversifiers_hedges_or_safe_havens_against_traditional_cryptocurrencies_as_their_name_suggests) when crypto markets are in a downturn. Because the aforementioned market is extremely volatile, traders and investors want some sort of buffer against this without having to directly trade their crypto for fiat as to also avoid larger fees as well. Supported by its large market capitalization, USDT should be less volatile and thus safer. > > **Announcement of a full audit** > > Tether's CTO Paolo Ardoino recently stated in an [interview](https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information) with Euromoney that the company is preparing for a full audit with an accounting firm called MHA Cayman (which also handles Tether's [quarterly assurance opinions/reports](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether_Assurance_Consolidated_Reserves_Report_2022-03-31__3_.pdf)). According to the CTO in the interview, MHA Cayman is one of the "*top 12*" accounting firms, and most top accounting firms deny requests for full audits due to the associated reputational risks. In the future, hopefully, this will provide more security and transparency to its users against the number of allegations and investigations it is currently facing. > > **Despite everything, USDT is still here** > > From the past legal troubles it has faced, the ones it's facing right now, the vast amount of criticisms from different facets off the internet and the several crypto winters it endured. USDT is still alive and kicking. Will it still be the top stablecoin in the next 5 years? Unlikely, but I am for certain it was a major part for the growth and expansion of crypto's fetal years. Moving forward it's up to them, the people behind Tether, if they will finally redeem themselves against all the allegations, criticisms, troubles, and not just do another settlement. > > ^(Sources:) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/faqs/)](https://tether.to/en/faqs/) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols)](https://tether.to/en/supported-protocols) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/transparency/)](https://tether.to/en/transparency/) > > [^(https://tether.to/en/transparency/#reports)](https://tether.to/en/transparency/#reports) > > [^(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tether\_(cryptocurrency))](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tether_(cryptocurrency)) > > [^(https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/5UWgHMvz071t2Cq5yTw5vi/c9798ea8db99311bf90ebe0810938b01/TetherWhitePaper.pdf)](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/5UWgHMvz071t2Cq5yTw5vi/c9798ea8db99311bf90ebe0810938b01/TetherWhitePaper.pdf) > > [^(https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780)](https://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-MBB-23780) > > [^(https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm\_source=CMC&utm\_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink)](https://www.certik.com/projects/tether?utm_source=CMC&utm_campaign=AuditByCertiKLink) > > [^(https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether)](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether) > > [^(https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf)](https://www.fairyproof.com/doc/111.pdf) > > [^(https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets)](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether#markets) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986\_Are\_stablecoins\_truly\_diversifiers\_hedges\_or\_safe\_havens\_against\_traditional\_cryptocurrencies\_as\_their\_name\_suggests)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341245986_Are_stablecoins_truly_diversifiers_hedges_or_safe_havens_against_traditional_cryptocurrencies_as_their_name_suggests) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339263534\_What\_is\_Stablecoin\_A\_Survey\_on\_Price\_Stabilization\_Mechanisms\_for\_Decentralized\_Payment\_Systems)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339263534_What_is_Stablecoin_A_Survey_on_Price_Stabilization_Mechanisms_for_Decentralized_Payment_Systems) > > [^(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332458820\_Is\_Cryptocurrency\_a\_Hedge\_or\_a\_Safe\_Haven\_for\_International\_Indices\_A\_Comprehensive\_and\_Dynamic\_Perspective)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332458820_Is_Cryptocurrency_a_Hedge_or_a_Safe_Haven_for_International_Indices_A_Comprehensive_and_Dynamic_Perspective) > > [^(https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information)](https://www.euromoney.com/article/2a8dpi4tnxahuu98a251c/fintech/cryptocurrencies-tether-is-open-to-providing-more-information) > > [^(https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether\_Assurance\_Consolidated\_Reserves\_Report\_2022-03-31\_\_3\_.pdf)](https://assets.ctfassets.net/vyse88cgwfbl/1np5dpcwuHrWJ4AgUgI3Vn/e0dac722de3cea07766e05c52773748b/Tether_Assurance_Consolidated_Reserves_Report_2022-03-31__3_.pdf) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/vpuiec/top_coins_tether_proarguments_july_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Just as a case study. When Axie Infinity blew up in the Philippines last year their government said that any income earned from the game (which would be in the form of AXS/SLP) would be taxed If altcoins and profits from a crypto GAME can be taxed, you can be darn sure that transactions using BTC will be taxed as well

Pair trade related assets while the market moves sideways. THETA/TFUEL, AXS/SLP, FTM/SPIRT are all examples with positive sharp ratios.

#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Love how they proudly display their investments and savings in such reliable tokesn as SLP.

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#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

I closed my SLP short early in the morning yesterday because I was afraid of a scam pump happening given all the doom and gloom because of the FTX drama. If I held, would've been in a lot more profit 😂😭

Mentions:#SLP#FTX

#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

TRX, SLP and BTTC. All coins by TRON/Justin Sun's. BTTC is a good buy at 70-80 for long term holding. Might work out.

Mentions:#TRX#SLP

They give APENFT to BTTC, TRX and SLP holders

Mentions:#TRX#SLP

> Btw I’m open to all forms of staking I'm mainly staking Dot, Algo, Dafi and Uni. And also farming with Cake. It looks like you are following a riskier strategy, but some looks kind of interesting. > I staked my Axies in MetaLend which still allows me to play with my Axies and earn SLP What risks are involved here?

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This is what happened with Axie Infinity, and post-crash all that’s left are the die-hards trying to compete for leaderboard prizes since SLP is barely worth anything now

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Corey Doctorow wrote an entire book way back in 2010 exploring the idea of video games having economies that expanded into the real world, with retail investors and entire firms speculating on in-game assets, and the many, many problems that derive from such a system. From my experience in play-to-earn and trading in video game economies (racked up a good amount from TF2 trading), Cosmetics such as those in CS;GO are a significantly better approach as opposed to something that directly translates into an in-game advantage. Even with MMORPG gold being worth "nothing" to the developers, massive inflation happens quite regularly, although not to the extent that P2E currencies such as SLP have in such a short amount of time. It certainly would be an interesting experiment, but with companies like Valve and MindArk (creator of Entropia Universe) operating on proprietary systems and finding major success doing so, I doubt that any company would want to touch blockchain anytime soon. Hell, the reason that both economies even function is because they're glorified casinos, but that's a story for another day.

Mentions:#CS#SLP

Listening to some randomer on here say SLP was guna go parabolic in the next 24hours, converted whatever I had at the time and went semi balls deep. Shit went crazy and I made a very decent drink, clammy hands, palpitations and advice from a friend to take what u have whilst it’s good left me up several hundred. One of my first times trading. Won’t do it again I’m a hodler convert

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Saifedean popularised the term 'Number Go Up' on his podcast, episode SLP147 entitled 'Savings Technology & Number Go Up'. Linguistically it is similar to 'hair of the dog' as both are colloquial expressions used in casual language; an idiom often employed in informal contexts. So it's not NOT grammatically incorrect, as it is not "substandard or illiterate speech" per se. One could even argue that it's also an euphemism, as it is an 'expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing." in this case being 'USD go BRRRR and inflation is theft'

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They should pair it with other shitcoins like SLP or something along those lines

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don’t know man, i feel like i got burned on SLP already

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This just in- SLP cures cancer. Hodl

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sending $1000 worth of ETH in June to play Axie Infinity only for the price of AXS and SLP to tank making ROI nearly impossible (or very long time and countless hours) I decided to cut my loss and bite the bullet now i’m forever thinking “damn, my portfolio could look bigger right now”

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think the show just got started in the p2e area..but the bear stopped the transition to earn that way..SLP was on a nice run but than everything went to pieces..I hope that maybe someone will deliver a proper p2e game, with great graphics and solid earnings that wont go bust in the bear..maybe even AngelBlock will turn into the p2e area after they finish their fundraising masterpiece to the fullest...Gameplay for p2e must be on a level of a top shelf PS games ..afterall this is web3 and not a 97' game division

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A friend asked me to play a scholarship account for Axie Infinity some time ago just before SLP crashed. Found out that it takes more than an hour a day to do all that is required to do to gain the daily bonuses, also got under the payout threshold in pvp while I was learning how to play. Decided it was too much to handle for the payout (it was $50 monthly aprox. depending on pvp performance) and my work paid better. Probably it wouldn't made any more sense when the price of SLP crashed so I bailed at the right time. As for the game, also didn't enjoy it, was more kind of enduring it for a little extra money.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You mean: Axie Infinity SLP RIP

Mentions:#SLP#RIP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Axie Infinity is actually pretty fun.i just joined because the floor is so low and SLP actually has a good use case now. U can buy runes with it and upgrade ur Axies abilities. These run or charms then can be used to sell on the marketplace. If you get a good one that's a decent amount of money u just made. I've seen some going for hundreds of dollars. Just saying it's cheap to get in and there are tons of things u can do to make money on that game. It's not just about SLP now

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

There's nothing to back up this massive pump on BTC. I'd be selling it once it hits the previous ATH for a safe move and accumulate some passive income like staking PGEN, IRIS, AXS and SLP for a good measure and get new tokens on their IDO price on Polygen's launchpad.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So I'm actually going to be getting passive income in the metaverse for owning the land so no I don't have better odds at a casino. I could lose everything at a casino but the money I invested in the metaverse can be sold and even if I take a loss I will still be earning passive income while I hold it. That's what u think but that's why Axie Infinity created Origins they aren't minting as much SLP as they once did. Again it's cheap to get in right now. People spend a lot of money on mobile gaming and you could make ur money back from the Axies just by placing in the top 20k. It's also kind of fun. This sub thinks they know everything but in the next bull run the metaverse and things like Axie Infinity will explode again. It would be smart for people to invest a little money at the bottom of all this. There really isn't anything to lose. Spend 20 dollars on Bitcoin that could 3x in the next year or 2 or spend 20 dollars on Axie Infinity where u can make ur money back and also earn passive income? Even if it's not much right now it will most definitely be worth something a lot more in the next bullrun. So just save ur earnings and cash in later

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Magnus Carlsen? As far as I know, he's focused on developing somethin that's off-chain regarding chess too. Can you show me the link of this partnership? I might start practicing chess again and play here while I have some of my tokens staked like AXS, SLP on Binance and PGEN on Polygen's platform for passive gain and the access to IDOs like what they will have soon with FarmTokie.

Mentions:#AXS#SLP#PGEN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m unreasonably addicted to Origins but it’s certainly a flawed game (Reflectiles and Poison spammers are just bad design) I made it to top 7500 or so playing a floor triple aqua team that cost me $15, the only reason I stocked up on SLP/AXS is because I’m gonna go hard next season I’m the .1% that actually plays the game as a game, lol

Mentions:#SLP#AXS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> After much speculation, the wallet hodling more than 22 billion of Axie Infinity’s total supply of in-game token Smooth Love Potion (SLP) has been identified as an address belonging to Binance. 🤣🤣🤣

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>“Don’t think this is ours as we typically use all of our minted SLP for breeding,” said Dizon Doesn't *think*, but doesn't know? (great foreshadowing) If one cent of mine goes missing I get crazy. This guy has no clue what his accounting looks like

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

**22B SLP** not $22B. About $85M USD.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kim Jong un loves that SLP

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Axie Infinity player and tech co-founder Michael Benko is concerned about a wallet that has amassed over $22 billion of the in-game cryptocurrency Smooth Love Potion (SLP) over the past year. The wallet was brought to Benko’s attention by an Axie Infinity user. Benko doesn’t believe that the wallet is owned by Binance as many transactions saw the exchange as a sender or recipient. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SLP#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am trying to transfer some collectibles from Sweet, but what is the SLP network?

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Devs took too long to implement promised features and burning mechanics for SLP. Axie was the major NFT play to earn game and they thought they could last forever. Their boom was on August 2021 but from September to November of 2021 many other games arrived, way more profitable and way less time consuming to play. Eg: Bombcrypto, cryptocars Players found many issues and Axie devs simple ignored it. Most memorable ones was: Cheaters using cheats to know your cards, the "shield glitch" which made enemy player to see which axie you was about to use. And their disgusting scripted queue in the PVP where the game always queued you to fight players with super OP axies comparing to yours or no proof the players you was fighting were from the same MMR from yours. So yeah, lots of people migrated to other play to earn games. I don't think they will make a comeback. Their major feature, the scholarship, wont work these days. Other games have succeed for months requiring no investment. Eg: NFTworlds, Aavegotchi, Ni no Kuni, Voxies and so on. Proving you don't need to depend of a manager or a huge investment to play an NFT game and earn your $

Mentions:#SLP#OP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think it's the perfect time for anyone to get into it though. Anyone can play and has a mobile app. Only costs around 40 bucks and u could get a solid team. U might be able to find a solid team under 20 dollars. They are minting less SLP in origins. You have to reach a certain rank to earn SLP now. Definitely for the average person to get in instead of paying hundreds to play. I think people just need to take advantage of this bear market and think about what stuff could be worth when it's all over and the bull market is back. I was one who just started playing Axie now so I can see why some people would be upset over the downtrend after paying so much to get in though. Definitely wouldn't be worth it if you paid hundreds for it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It is more like wealth redistribution from first-world idiots speculating on Axie and SLP to play-to-earn players in the Philippines and Venezuela. People in poverty aren't rich enough to pump those crypto prices sky high. A lot of them borrowed Axie and just spent their time, no personal capital investment.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I found quite bizarre that you didn't say anything about the REAL speculative asset that drived all: AXS. It was AXS that was at the forefront of the madness. I should know: I made one of my best bets (I'm not calling that investment) on AXS, entering at 19 and exiting at 148 $. SLP was the utility token but people got into AXS as a speculative asset, and that was the end of it, albeit a long end.

Mentions:#AXS#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Play to earn will never work as long as it's tokenized like SLP. Why? Because of "chinese gold farmers". The earning should come from something that benefits the game/devs/company. So it's like the game is paying you salary by bringing benefits to the game. Bots and scholars minting SLP every day without any benefits coming to the game is just unsustainable.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I got no AXS, RON, or even SLP

Mentions:#AXS#RON#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you bought an axie team during the hype then you'd be down massively right now. Players also barely gain anything after hours of grinding. Lastly, SLP is dead.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

lol damn ur loaded those plots are expensive af. Just bought a plot in SHIB the metaverse lmao. It was 0.2 ETH so said fuck it. Been waiting a long time to move my money from staking on Coinbase so glad i did that. Yeah I agree though. If i took the advice from the cryptocurrency sub i would be broke lmao. The moons thing is terrible. Its cool they can earn money from posting but its just an echo chamber of people trying to shit on others for upvotes when it could actually be decent advice. I dont see why anyone shouldnt get into axie infinity tbh. its like less than 40 bucks to get a decent team. and they could be worth way more in the next bull run. Right now im just going to continue to buy the cheap ones so i can get max stamina for the future in case it explodes. and then maybe breed some in the future and sell them. I dont understand everything with Axie Infinity right now but I see the potential. Lots of different ways to earn money and have some fun while doing it. I like the game alot too. Origins is pretty fun. Im in Tiger so pretty happy about that right now making 5 SLP per win isnt bad

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Wow just got liquidated on a SLP short. Those two pumps were obviously manipulation smh

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bought some SLP back at the end of 2021. Woops.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Depends what NFT you buy. If you buy NFTs in Axie or Breed a New NFT character you still trade it for a “set” price relative to the amount and rarity etc also SLP Standard love potion is a NFT and NFT token

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP is like ICP in it’s own right, so some actions in vain as it seems

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tldr; Axie Infinity has removed the SLP rewards from its classic game mode to attract users to a new game mode called Axie Infinity Origin. The team will also enable using SLP to craft various in-game boosts such as runes and charms in the new mode to add utility to SLP. However, minting will be unavailable for 30 days as the team conducts a monitoring phase to search for bugs and exploits. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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I have some SLP in my bag so I can at least sell them for a higher price

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The Axie Infinity team announced that starting on Aug. 12, there will be no more Smooth Love Potions (SLP) to be minted on its classic mode.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most of them aren't even a legitimate "P2E" game, most are glorified ponzis, like axie. That whole thing got destroyed along with the price action of SLP. Quality takes time, and the P2E genre is still very new. No one should expect to live off of a P2E game as that just isn't sustainable, but there are concepts like "play-to-own" that make the whole blockchain aspect a bit more interesting when it ties into video games.

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Axie Infinity - I tend to use their Katana Dex weekly to swap between AXS/SLP/USDC for breeding related activities.

Mentions:#AXS#SLP#USDC
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It actually started dying well before the bear market, at least as far as SLP (the primary money making mechanism) was concerned, though for exactly the reasons you have stated. The more speculative AXS coin crashed around that time. The infinite supply SLP was never going to be sustainable, even in a bull market.

Mentions:#SLP#AXS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think you're just falling for the standard smears people target him with. Of course, a lot like that floats around. But they're just smears. > who simply exploited people's dissatisfaction with BTC's centrallystifled development process to try to amass some central stifling powerfor himself instead This is absolutely not what happened. He wasn't opposed to BTCs central development and he wasn't looking to amass power himself. What actually happened is that through bad dev practices, the Big Block side produced terrible software that had exploits left and right. They weren't able to build something that could compete with Bitcoin Core—however, Amaury was able to build something that could. He forsaw the bait-and-switch of S2X and convinced miners to fund Bitcoin Cash. And in truth, he wanted to give up on BCH many times but people dragged him back. He's the typical engineer, he just wants to build something that'll help people. Power is a liability for him. > allowing competitors to steal the lead on native tokens Ethereum was around long before BCH, which had native tokens long before BCH existed, so your timeline doesn't work. If you're talking about OP_GROUP, that's a terrible proposal that rightly never made it into BCH even after Amaury was gone. The developer who proposed OP_GROUP now started his own chain, because nobody wanted that terrible change. And once BCH actually did get tokens (SLP) in 2018, which aren't native but work incredibly well, and actually got both HonestCoin and even Tether to mint their tokens there, they completely squandered that advantage, built nothing noteworthy on top of that, and then made a centralized SmartBCH instead that completely failed. The only devs that build something interesting on SLP have now moved on eCash. He backed the only good native token proposal (Mitra), and gave a lot of useful advice. So the blame can *hardly* be on him. > He has no significant technological achievements to his name Did you read his blog? He basically assembled all the necessary tech to build a scalable UTXO-based blockchain. He came up with Merklix trees, he saw the importance of Avalanche and that it'd be a perfect fit for BCH. The improvements which have been proposed a long while ago by him have now been verified by the MIT and Federal Reserve in Project Hamilton. The ideas are so good that the FED is adopting them for their CBDC panopticoin. I don't think there's any endorsement that could possibly be better.

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tldr; Shiba Inu (SHIB) is the most collected altcoin by the wealthiest ETH whales. Two whales bought a total of $3.5 million worth of SHIB tokens this week. ETH whales also collected ApeCoin (APE Coin), GALA (GALA) and Smooth Love Potion (SLP) *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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> They made money BEFORE the collapse. Duh. It was a ton of money, before the collapse, and if they had been religiously selling their SLP for fiat, they would have made life changing money. They were doing that you knob, they were cashing out. The article specifically says that they were. And what good is earning 4x minimum wage for a few months if it's not sustainable? And that amount is absolutely not life changing, are you this dumb? It would be life changing if they could earn that for years not just a few months. > The run lasted months. It was not a "short while". holy shit the brain rot... Your career is supposed to last decades, a job that only lasts a few months IS a short while.

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>The game's economy collapsed so how would they make money after the collapse? They made money BEFORE the collapse. Duh. It was a ton of money, before the collapse, and if they had been religiously selling their SLP for fiat, they would have made life changing money. >Are you this daft? I'm not, but you apparently are. A money making oppurtunity does not have to stay there forever, for you to make a lot of money. All it requires, is for you to have been able to participate and take advantage while it was still available. >They were making decent money for a short while then the game's economy collapsed which meant that they were not even making minimum wage. The run lasted months. It was not a "short while". >ALSO, the game NEEDS people to invest more into the game to keep it going so how is them investing more money damaging the game? What are you saying? Once again, i never said that. Refer to my previous comment for the breakdown of what i said. You need to improve your English comprehension skills.

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SLP is the shittiest coin lol, AXS was a slow poison but SLP turned out to be just freefall.

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You can grind all day to make $3. A lot of them are holding the SLP crypto thinking the price will bounce. Spoiler alert, it just keeps going down

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Yeah SLP got diluted, no limit and tons of it being farmed and Axies breeded without an end. People hopefully understand now how it works

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iirc the average for a scholar was about $300 per month in its heyday. A Scholar is someone that doesn't own axies himself but plays the game for whales and split the profit (SLP) with the whale afterwards. You can check the price-history of SLP to easily see that this is not a viable business anymore.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Just a joke - there's issues with SLP systems needing updates. I don't know why this post is being censored, again.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I dunno! Hey I've been "counterfeiting" some flexUSD (SLP). Only Memo makes it look real ([this](https://memo.cash/explore/id/31h1vZ6kGAYvJzaHQH8QQNrVDAStdVmWcA) profile has at least 200 fake flexUSD).

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The price of SLP and axies dropped significantly (as did most the market at the time). The game is still progressing, an entire new game was released (V2 battle game) and many community games are in development through the developer program. So I wouldn't really say it imploded, it still has constantly development and updates.

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Axie infinity - AXS, it was such a hype (roughly) a year ago (together with SLP), and IMO the price went up too fast and it was overvalued. Because the whole system was built on the inflow of new players to maintain a demand for "axies", it was not a sustainable business model. And then the Ronin hack happened in april ´22... and the market went further down... Idk if AXS can recover from this, but its reputation certainly got a dent.

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>My small SLP I think you can pills for that now. I'll forward you the email.

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My small SLP investment is now worth about 1/15th of what I put in

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Most *should* be fine, but always a slight risk. USDT on Bitcoin Cash SLP for example is no longer accepted by any exchange.. Im sure there are others

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SLP

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CoinBureau can also piss right off. I unsubbed from him just like I unsubbed from all the other crypto YouTubers. That guy is trying hard to present himself differently than all the other crypto influencers and scammers just because he chooses not to monetize his videos, he is not different! Do you know how many Terra Luna videos he did on his channel? Or the number of Celsius and BlockFi vids? Or making "educational" videos on outright Ponzi schemes like Ohm and SLP? That guy isn't making videos purely out of the kindness of his heart just because he doesn't get paid directly from YouTube, he's getting paid somehow because he has one of the biggest crypto YouTube channels. Not to mention he has several staff members to help with his channel, and they don't work for free. I would say CoinBureau is one of the worst channels because he tries to act like your friend out for your best interest, but he is not. He is an outright two faced snake.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes. It's complex because their narratives shifted quickly. When Amaury was still around, they had a minimally decent coloured coin standard called SLP which leveraged introspection in their script upgrades. They got Tether to issue on that natively, and at that point they welcomed USDT eagerly, even though it's seen zero traction. Since then, the dominant rbtc faction, which retained the BCH ticker, was basically left without talent for innovation in the base layer, so they shifted the focus to "SmartBCH" sidechain, which is centralized (even worse than RSK) around Coinflex, and which is built as a clone of Ethereum and clones of its main smartcontracts. That group is more paranoid and fertile ground for conspiracy theories around Tether and others.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by roberthonker which won 3rd place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > **Taken from u\/thegreatmcmeek's submission from the last round** > > - To me, having multiple node implementations rather than a single client is one of the most important pros any crypto can have. It encourages competition and innovation, but also allows for the sharing of ideas so the ecosystem as a whole can grow. Most importantly, it removes the attack vector of controlling development through the repo gatekeepers - if the devs decide to implement (or not implement) changes which the network wants, there is likely to be an alternate node implementation which they can use instead > - There have already been significant demonstrations of the network capacity, both in terms of high numbers of tx/s, and sustained BTC-level volume over months - neither of which resulted in increases in miner fees, delays in transaction confirmation times, or drop-off of active node counts. It's clear at this stage that the argument that large blocks lead to centralisation is not only flawed, but flat out wrong > - Development on the BCH chain has been incredible over the past few years. The reactivation of OP_RETURN, the memo protocol, SLP tokens, Coloured Coins, SmartBCH, Cashfusion, Cash accounts, self-hosted payment gateways, schnorr sigs, non-segwit malleability fix, chained 0-conf transactions, the list goes on > > The question to ask about BCH is ultimately, what is it trying to be? > > It's trying to be decentralised peer-to-peer digital money for the whole world. It's not a meme coin, or a vehicle for the wealthy to store their value at the expense of the poor, nor a centrally-controlled coin targeting a specific financial niche. It's the Bitcoin you read about in the whitepaper all those years ago, just using decentralised development and under a different name. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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USDC is on Ethereum, Algorand, Solana, Stellar, Tron, Hedera, Avalanche, Flow, and Polygon. USDT is on Algorand, Avalanche, Bitcoin Cash SLP, Ethereum, EOS, Liquid Network, Omni, Polygon, Tezos, Tron, Solana, and Statemine. So, yeah, they both have ERC-20 flavours, but also lots more besides.

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It isn't supposed to be "play to earn a living wage" unless you're in a less-developed country. If everyone is earning good amounts, they're just going to dump the token into oblivion, which is exactly what happened with Axie Infinity and SLP. People really need to get over themselves when taking a look at a P2E project.

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well, yesterday happened some rug pulls, again, cryptotoadz went from 15 eth to a few dollars in days, but yes only blue chip winners count and have voice SLP price show what happens to nft games atm, good luck

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Not a chance for USDT but only those their tokens such as SLP which I don't really play now because they don't care about its ecosystem anymore. I'll just wait for HXD to get listed because there will be only 1B total supply capped where they will mostly focus on burning through their upcoming play-to-own game.

Mentions:#USDT#SLP
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Not sure about the other P2E but Axie Infinity seems more concerned about their SLP and AXS tokens price than NFTS sales. Most Axie Infinity players care more about buying and selling those two tokens, than NFT sales. This video does a good summary about why Axie Infinity is unsustainable; [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JggvkjCLsHI&t=773s](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JggvkjCLsHI&t=773s) Anyhow at this point, I don't think any blockchain out now can handle a complex P2E game. That's why the current ones are so simplistic. We're only going start to see good P2E games when the blockchain infrastructure has scaled enough to support them.

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