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Aftermath of Axie Infinity downtrend

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SLP378 Christian Decker – Greenlight & ANYPREVOUT

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What do people know about Smooth Love Potion, I know all currency is in a dip at the moment. But was wondering what peoples thoughts on SLP were?.

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Ramadan Feeding Charity, Africa.

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SLP365 Anita Posch – Bitcoin For Fairness in Zimbabwe and Zambia

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Have I been scammed by my scholar?!

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I spent 1 year holding crypto and this is what I learned so far.

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Another green day for the market saw ADA reach monthly high!

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SLP358 Lili – Bitcoin Privacy for Beginners

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Question when to buy with limited money 5kusd

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SLP353 John Cantrell – Sensei: A new lightning node client based on BDK + LDK

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Coins.ph enables Ethereum sidechain for affordable AXS, SLP deposits

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Smooth Love Potion (SLP) Latest Price Prediction 2022

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Current Game Lead of Axie Infinity claims people will want to play the game despite removing the earn feature. He claims people will play it for fun.

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VOXEL, SLP and ALICE rally after protocol updates and a major exchange listing

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SLP352 Matt Hill – EmbassyOS & Making Self Sovereignty Tech Cheaper Than The Alternatives

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Long term vs short term. Staking/Holding vs trading.

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The first crypto based mortgages & home loans just hit the market!

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Maybe we are ignorant, maybe we are not

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Smooth Love Potion soared over 300% since the beginning of February due to an Axie Infinity update

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Analyst: SLP 270% Surge a "Test Pump", Bigger Pump to Follow

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SLP349 Chris Stewart Bitcoin DLCs & Stablechannels

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How important are layer-2s for games on Ethereum?

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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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Losses Overview - portfolio performance

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Elon musk is looking at SLP

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SLP347 Kyle Murphy Building Pleb Lab: Bitcoin accelerator, community hub

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Smooth Love Potion and Shiba Inu up 65% last 7 days

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Does smooth love potion ($SLP) break very long downtrend finally? Or is this just dead cat bounce? What are your fellow cryptonauts opinions?

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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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Yield Farming Question

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SLP346 Nicolas Burtey – Synthetic USD & Bitcoin Banking

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6-7 months ago SLP was over $0.40 Yesterday it went below 1 cent! It was the whole point of Axie infinity to collect as much as SLP! Now what! Game Over?

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SLP345 Danny Brewster – Bitcoin Needs Builders

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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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⚡️ How to earn passive income with Axieconomy ⚡️

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The Economics of P2E (Play To Earn)

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SLP340 Peter Young – El Salvador On The Ground & Free Private Cities

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Phemex to List Smooth Love Potion (SLP) As Their Latest Metaverse Endeavor

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24 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, around 8% of the total traded worldwide. Other exchanges used here are Binance (king by far), AirTM, Reserve among others. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD! AMA

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my brother (17) is managing our axie team and we’ve never cash out.

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24 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, around 8% of the total traded worldwide. Other exchanges used here are Binance (king by far), AirTM, Reserve among others. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD! AMA

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SLP337 Salvatore Ingala – Ledger’s New Bitcoin App: PSBT, Taproot, Descriptors, Multi-Sig

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25 BTC were traded last week in Venezuela using LocalBitcoin! Other exchanges are Binance (king), AirTM, Reserve and others. Still, MONTHLY minimum wage sits around 2 USD.

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SLP335 Don Stuart – Venture Capital and Bitcoin

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Does anyone else really like 'doing stuff' with their crypto?

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GME Adds Support for Shib, Doge, AXS, SLP, MANA and SAND Through Flexa Partnership

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GameStop Stock: GME Adds Support for Shib, Doge, ASX, SLP, MANA and SAND Through Flexa Partnership

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An Open Letter to Jihoz of Axie Infinity

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An Open Letter to Jihoz of Axie Infinity

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The Current State of Play2Earn Gaming (and how to detect Red Flags 🚩)

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SLP333 Cory Klippsten – Building for Bitcoiners

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Stop referring to Axie Inifinity when talking about P2E

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SLP332 Vijay Boyapati – The Bearish Case for Bitcoin

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I'm 17 and wants to start crypto from SLP

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People want to view Smooth Love Potion (SLP) when they visit CoinMarketCap? What is SLP?

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Axie Infinity has another major setback! Lands delayed! Can P2E survive?

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Purchased a token on Uniswap, its not in my metamask and the transaction doesnt appear on etherscan... what does that mean??

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Axie and NFT's economy/investment 101 (help needed)

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SLP326 Dylan Leclair Using Fiat Debt For Bitcoin Stacking

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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.

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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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.

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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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My favorite part during the bull market is the mass-adoption of the NFT and the artists are now getting the attention that they truly deserve. It was also the time that the coins that we HODL have indeed pumped much that most of us at least have 5x to 10x. I am happy that I was able to hold Telos TLOS, BNB, SLP that long then sold a fraction of it which made me financially stable now. Still sad about what happened to LUNA because most of my friends still hold them too tight until now. Generally, I was able to enjoy the bull run so much that I hold enough stablecoin now to purchase during this crypto-grand-SALE!

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Ponzi scam mint for them SLP to dump it on noobs buying it Imagine the only use case for slp is to get dumped on noobs U are talking about the numbers when it was at the ATH prices Now check it uselss scam

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Certain P2E games like Axie, and the corresponding SLP tokens

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From what I understand you earn GST, you don't earn the money. GST is used to repair shoes and for other in-game stuff. I guess while GST has value you will make some money back. GST has an infinite supply, much like SLP is for AXS. My guess is that as long as the playerbase increases people will make money, especially the early ones. Once the playerbase stagnates and drops then there will be major diminishing returns.

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I think the Axie (SLP, RON, AXS) community is wack; Most of the influencers in the space will be like "axie is dead!" One video then the next "how I became a millionaire with axie" then "I'm officially retiring from axie. Then the next tweet will be "I'm out of retirement to play the game I love." I like the racencoin community. I have to agree with some of y'all about safemoon though. I liked yooshi community, but it's pretty quiet these days. Doge is stoners, dog lovers, and military if you look deep enough so they are alright. I think Monero will win out in the end. I hope BitPay becomes the facilitator for Bitcoin transactions on a global scale. Getting side-tracked. Yeah. Probably RON holders. Probably salty from all the impermanent losses and now the TANKING of Ron from $4.00 to $0.49

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Yes! Make smooth loves with smooth love potion! SLP bag holders united!

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That's why i prefer solid gems like FWT, AVAX, SOL, VET and aiming for long term. I have AXS and SLP but I'm doubtful if it will recover. Don't know what to do for now. Just holding them anyway.

something to look forward to. Impressive! Syscoin and SLP is an undervalued gem that has surpassed most altcoins in terms of development. I would expect the consistency to help them survive the bear market. With SYS now listed on HuobiGlobal with a trading pair of USDT X SYS.

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The devaluation of the token will be more like AXS/SLP. At ATH nfts for the game were going for $500 or so because people were able to farm $20 USD a day at the peak when SLP was at ATH. STEPN works the same way, in which you need to get an NFT to take part, then you use that NFT to make your ROI back. Until you need to spend more to replenish that NFT or get a new one so you can keep going with the grind. The only concept that I see different than axie would be the fact that you need to repair or buy new shoes. There isn't "maintenance" of axies and therefore it doesn't add a new burning mechanism for the SLP token. The GMT/GST might bleed slower if there are enough burning mechanism, but as the market gets saturated with shoes, the prices will drop, like it happened w/ axies.

Sad SLP hodler here, waiting for the pump.

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Rewards tokens: I mean for example SLP (reward token of Axie), AXS is also used as reward token, and many other rewards tokens of cryptogames, Stepn, Ape (I think there are APE airdrops to the NFT holders), nodes like STRONG which has more and more nodes every minute and therefore more tokens distributed everyday (GALA nodes are different, as the Nº of tokens distributed/day are fixed, and the token has an utility, so it is a 50/50 for me),... any idea what else am I missing?

I’m invested about $130… 1oo,ooo,ooo ELON 3 ICP 1,8oo SLP 3,ooo SPELL If I lose it all, no worries, if I make a profit, even if a little, it’s like scratching a scratchoff.. I’ll be happy as hell with my couple $$

i’m holding, who tf sells right now? fear is high so the money i am putting in rn is even higher 🥲 i know the market will recover, whenever that might be. and since i am investing for the future i can just wait and stake, which earns me a nice little bag everyday. currently HODLing DOT, SOL, ALGO, ADA, XRP, SLP and just bought 10 LUNA since the price drop is amazing hahha. i got a big journey coming up next march so i hope the market recovers by then so i can cash out a bit 😁

#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.

bcoin and slp. I started to invest bcoin in $2, now it worth less than 10cent. SLP was $0,035 when I invested, now it is $0,01

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And SLP worth 30x its current value lol

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>But if people did pay to play games that wouldn't pay them Because you buy and play games for fun. That's their primary purpose. Personally, I don't spend more just to get cosmetic items in games. I only consider buying DLC when it provides additional story/campaign content, and even then, I'd rather prefer buying a 'complete edition' and not on the day of release. I'm fine with DLCs that adds on the main story and are born from popular demand, but I hate it when games purposely release the main product incomplete just to sell the cut content as DLC later (in other words, they planned to squeeze as much money from the start). I play Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Tekken games. I've beat all story content, and yet I go back from time to time because I like the gameplay. I paid for them to get entertainment, therefore I wouldn't call them exploitative just because they don't award monetary value for the time I spend being entertained. Now if someone were to give me a free Axie team, would I play it? Hell yes, I'd earn money that way. Would that make me ditch my favorite traditional games? Absolutely no. Because I'm gonna play Axie because of the monetary benefit, not because I find the gameplay to be the most entertaining. When I want to earn, I'll play Axie. When I want to have actual fun, I'll play RE/DMC/Tekken. Don't get me wrong; if you happen to find Axie's gameplay to be very entertaining and fun, enough to be your favorite, then that's great. You'll earn while playing something that truly entertains you. A game being P2E doesn't bring anything new to actual gameplay (the main reason why you play games in the first place). What it brings is an economy/marketplace, which would never hold long term if the gameplay itself isn't fun. Axie might be fun for some people, but the majority of players look at it as a source of income instead of a fun game. The supply of SLP (from the tons of ppl that are farming the game) far exceeds the real demand for SLP (the actual players who are fans of the game, enough that they're willing to spend money to make their gameplay experience better). For most traditional players, what they see is the game company suddenly putting focus to build an economy/marketplace on the internet for their game, instead of devoting time to make better stories/gameplay/soundtrack/graphics for their games. There needs to be an AAA-quality P2E game to appear first, before the sentiment among traditional gaming communities changes to something positive. Because this would be proof that a company can create a true game for fun, that just happens to have an economy behind it (which is optional if one wants to dive into it), instead of having an economy first and building the game around it. Until then, the average gamer will remain skeptical

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I had a few SLP in my wallet and some of MITH. Its crushing me. And there is not much hope for both.

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grab a ladder, and let me talk to you about SLP .... you'll break your kneck trying to see how high we've been.

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SLP

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Not sure if it works on a Ledger as I've never owned one (software wallets), but you can HODL your FlexUSD in your own wallet and your interest will arrive every 8 hours via atomic transaction (you won't see the transaction in your tx history but you will see the amount in your wallet increase). I recommend using the SmartBCH version of FlexUSD, as SLP (Standard Ledger Protocol, not Smooth Love Potion) has issues due to its structure, and ERC-20 requires gas fees.

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It’s a weird one but farming LP for Ronin with Eth and SLP right now seems like a great way to bring in extra money.

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The futures funding screener will definitely help you avoid the dead coins that just keep on falling without a bottom. Like we had SLP and jasmy on binance recently.

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MTL is the coin for Metal Pay app. They are branching out to Europe soon hence the pump in last few days. GMT is the token for STEPN but idk much about. I just know that they have a collab with asics and they are related to Adidas as well. AVAX is a decent buy if BTC pumps or stay where it is I'm sure it will go high. IDK about AXS though. It is too dependent on how their new game will go. It also doesn't help that they were hacked by North Korea which pretty much rules out any chance of getting their money back. But I am planning to invest a little bit on SLP after I sell some of the tokens I hold. Dunno about ANC. Good staking rates but dunno if people will stay with it when they eventually reduce their rates.

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SLP almost always pumps when there's an announcement from the devs. The only catch is that it's usually short-lived and the pump gets erased after a few days. If your entry price isn't far off then just wait for the next announcement. There's also the official release of full Origin mechanics, after the beta test. It might pump big when that happens. I just make sure to remember that, imo, slp is a bad long-term hold and is usually better off just selling during any pump 😂

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Note that axie infinity (and SLP) reached hyperinflation because of insane increase in users in a short period of time (therefore insane increase in breeding and then insane increase in slp minting). This lead to a short term explosion in prices (because supply could not keep up with demand) and then the resulting meltdown because supply became so insanely huge the demand could not keep up with supply. They're working on fixing the economy by designing it with more sinks in the game.

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I feel happy that I have saved some more SLP

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This is one of the most uninformed takes I've ever seen lol. You are absolutely right that all of the crypto games we've been exposed to so far, have been grindy and boring, but they don't "have to be" by any means, the genre of games that they create are typically on the easier side to develop, allowing for them to get their product out in a quick timeframe. That doesn't mean all games will be like that, but the firsts ones will obviously not be as high of a quality as the ones that come later on, that get a lot more effort put into them. You don't spend their currency only on in-game items in order to catch up, either. Take Axie Infinity, for example. Their currency, SLP, is used for their breeding mechanic, a mechanism they created in order to add a bit more of gamification, as well as allows for lower costs of entry as the floor supply grows larger and larger.

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It's called a scholarship. Pretty sad really. They do make lots of buck during the early stage, but SLP is dying slowly without sign of going back up.

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It's probably my SLP bag

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>Technically if your in a liquidy pool, Every time someone does a transaction in the pool you also make a transaction. What? This isn't true at all. When you enter a liquidity pool you transfer two tokens of equal value and in exchange you get an LP token which is your share of the overall liquidity pool. That LP token will have a cost basis of the sum of the values for the two underlying tokens you used for liquidity. If you decide to exit the liquidity, you send your LP tokens and in exchange you get the two underlying tokens back at the current rate. For example, I enter $5000 worth of eth and $5000 worth of wBTC into an ETH/wBTC liquidity pool on sushi swap. In exchange I get (for simplicity sake) 100 SLP tokens for my share of the pool, where each SLP is worth $100, that's my cost basis. It's important to note that once I send these tokens into the LP, it's a taxable event and have realized any capital gains or losses associated with my cost basis for eth and wBTC. Now let's say I decide to exit the pool. The market appreciated and not I sell my 100 SLP for $150 each and now withdraw $7,500 worth of eth and wBTC , I've realized 50% gains on my initial $10,000 SLP "purchase" and my cost basis of eth and wBTC is the current market rate. If I were to immediately sell those tokens, then theoretically there should be very little capital gains/losses with those sales, unless there's an insanely large market move in the short time I receive the tokens, and cash out.

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Sorry for what occurred, which led you to sell. You can still catch up on some great projects like Ubxt, CRA, SLP, and other low MC projects; depending on when you return, they may still be cheap.

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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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That SLP chart is looking weird. ![gif](emote|snoomoji_pack|surprise)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That was awhile ago Axie prices went down with SLP and AXS

Mentions:#SLP#AXS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does anyone have any information about SLP or SPELL

Mentions:#SLP#SPELL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No on GLMR and super no on SLP. Which GMT?

Mentions:#GLMR#SLP#GMT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are your thoughts on the popular NFT games like Axie or Pegaxy being able to sustain in the long term? In terms of in-game market liquidity. Right now Axie players can sell SLP, pushing it back into circulation or use it to breed Axies, which in turn produces SLP. Well is'nt this inflationary? And is not a fact that they are just sustaining due to their user growth at the moment?

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What about GMT, GLMR and SLP, i am bullish on these coins.

Mentions:#GMT#GLMR#SLP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The ones I know is CRA, Ubxt, vra and SLP These are the ones I am holding too

Mentions:#CRA#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A friend of mine told me that SPELL and SLP are sure to win x2 I've been losing money for 3 days, I really shouldn't listen to anyone

Mentions:#SPELL#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Holy hell SLP really dipped like a mf after that recent pump. Good thing I got out early

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is the outlook for SLP?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee 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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP already pumped a few days before. I think that was already people buying in anticipation of this release. But eh, I might be wrong 🤷‍♂️

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not immediately, but if it brings new users into the ecosystem and they push up Axie prices, and breeders decide to invest and start buying lots of SLP... maybe.

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sold 75% of balancer I was holding, there was a nice pump. Looking to buy FTM and currently holding Fetch.ai, balancer, SNX, SKALE, LINK, 1Inch and got rekt in SPELL, COMP, SLP (65% down)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought 5k$ worth of SLP at 0.023 and now I'm swimming in red. Just patiently holding ETH, Plastik and SOL now for redemption.

Mentions:#SLP#ETH#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

a $70 team ain't winning nearly enough to make the game profitable, which was kinda the point of the whole thing to begin with. Competitive teams that can farm SLP at an ok clip cost a lot more.

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My guess is that this has happen due to the new rules regarding SLP gain. Manager now prefer 1 user to have 10 axies, insted of having 3 users playing with 9 axies. The need for scholars has been cut to 1/3 of whats previously wanted.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP is easy to predict if you follow axie , it pumps on every major update and then start dumping until the next update

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are your oppinions on SLP, is it a scam or a coin with much potential?

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Went all in on SLP @.25 Wish us luck!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP. Quick one week play.

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just went balls deep in SLP. Ok, AXIE, don't let me down now!

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP just broke out of an ascending wedge and volume really picking up last few days in anticipation of Axie Origins soft launch

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP. No brainer. Last time an update, half as big came out +300% in a week. Read about it. Axie Origins soft launch comes out in a few days

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP has got me fully torqued for next few weeks. $0.10 is definitely on the table with Axie Origins

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

10* leverage SLP

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SLP gonna pump hard as fuk when Axie Origins launches the soft launch in a couple days. Here come those 100-300% gains again like a couple months ago

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I sure hope to make some profit on the small SLP bag I got

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Whales stepping in and buying SLP past week. Axie Origins soft launch happening in a couple days. Here come those 100% gains baby like a few months ago with last big Axie update

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sold a nice bit of my precious Vet for SLP cause it’s looking like it’s ready for take off

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The price of Eth has increased since back then, while SLP is much cheaper now. I think the initial payment you'd have to do to get 3 axies (minimum for a team, so you can play) is higher than it was back then, and because both SLP payout AND price is reduced, you'd probably need some months just to breakeven. I didn't do any computations so I'm not really sure. You can DYOR about that to check if entry to the game right now is still practical

Mentions:#SLP#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Axie Infinity is like a Pokemon game. The "Pokemons", called "Axie" there, are owned through NFTs. That's the NFT part of the game. The game awards SLP (a token) when you do certain stuff in the game. So the "business" plan is that they buy Axie NFTs to play the game, then grind for SLP everyday in the hopes of breaking-even with your initial investment someday, and then all future SLP sales would be profits. That, or some people lend their Axie teams to have someone play for them, with the SLP profits split between the two persons in an agreed-upon percentage

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee 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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nope, cashed out earned SLP. All earned with a mediocre team... not the META. Started with 3 axies, bred them with profits made. Set up accounts for scholars to use them for 40/60 earnings. Have a large stash of SLP waiting to cash out if the price makes a run

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Can you guys tell me if this is the creator of GMT? https://bscscan.com/address/0xa6ca52ee6bc23329860c8943631d767b001ad2aa I see a create bep20 token tag for the first transaction of it. Also on SLP. So this address created both or am I missing something?

Mentions:#GMT#SLP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I see a create bep20 token tag on the first transaction of it. Also I see the same for SLP. So did this address create both or did I get it wrong?

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No, you don't understand. My wallet funds in Ronin are separate from the stolen funds on the Ronin Bridge. Every wallet that had any RON, AXS, SLP, ETH, and USDC has not been affected. I'm literally looking at my own wallet with my axies and all of my money is still there. Please don't spread misinformation

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm curious? I see a create token tag with GMT, I searched further and found the same for SLP. Did this address create both tokens or do I miss something?

Mentions:#GMT#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You backed people that did not care about securing their network. You have been completely blinded by greed. The game itself is shit no matter how you look at it. The only valid strategy to win in PVP is to buy the most expensive axies, which get power creeped on every update. The other thing you can do is bot your way through pve to get some SLP.

Mentions:#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Diversifying at its best. That is what I was also do with my shitcoins that have already been almost worth nothing because of the rug-pull projects. I do have a handful amount from Doge that I already turned into USDT and that is what I have bought BTC when it was still below 50k. I still hold my precious alts like MATIC, SLP, and Telos TLOS. Why I hold these? Polygon and Solana is a direct competitor of Telos in terms of Technology though better, the hopes of a few gains is at least there. Since Telos has a lot to offer compared to these chains, the possibility of a 100X is most likely to STILL happen. I hold SLP because I play Axie and owns like a few teams there.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Damn. I had like 5 Axies, around .1 ETH, and maybe $50 worth of their in game currency SLP. I wonder if its gone... Gotta find my private key for that wallet, I removed it once I lost interest. I hope a lot of folks learn their lesson that they should only trust these new chains with the amount of capital they are willing to lose. This hasn't been the first and it wont be the last. For newbies, stick to the for sure play, Bitcoin. It may not give the same upside potential as a lot of the smaller projects, but it is a for sure thing and a great place to store your wealth long term. And yes this is financial advice.

Mentions:#ETH#SLP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The hack was more so for Ronin, imo. SLP and AXS are kinda red but my guess would be it's just association with Ronin. I'm expecting it to pump big again once they officially release Origin. Though admittedly I haven't bought bags yet, still waiting for lower prices 😂

Mentions:#SLP#AXS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I sell any SLP I have everytime there's an announcement from the game devs. It always pumps a little bit after an announcement only to fizzle back down a couple days after. Only when they change something about the SLP mechanics do the pumps stay longer

Mentions:#SLP