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Since its all-time high in May, the smooth love potion token’s (SLP) price has dropped by over 80%. Is there hope that the SLP coin price will recover or will it keep losing value? This article looks at the current status of the project, the most recent information regarding SLP coin, and some forecasts regarding the coin’s future value of one of the most famous collectibles card game.

SLP creates an in-game economy on Axie Infinity

Gamers in the Axie Infinity world can win the smooth love potion token (also dubbed a “small love potion”) as a reward for their efforts. SLP is indeed an ERC-20 coin, and the blockchain on which Pokémon-inspired Axie Infinity operates is Ethereum’s. To create the non-fungible tokens (NFTs) known as Axies, which can be traded with other participants in the Axie Infinity Marketplace, players must spend SLP. Those who wish to participate in the game must first acquire some Axies. The number of SLP tokens that can ever exist is unrestricted.

The game’s meteoric rise in popularity has spawned a “scholarship” model, wherein “managers” lease the Axies to “scholars,” who play the game professionally and use them to make money.

As the source code for Axie Infinity is freely available, third parties can use the game’s art and genetic data to create their own games and experiences.

According to DappRadar, Axie Infinity, an NFT collection released in 2018 by gaming company Sky Mavis, has eclipsed CryptoPunks, among the first big NFT collections released in 2017, in terms of total traded volume, with over $2.84 billion compared to $1.56 billion for CryptoKitties.

Between July 2020 and April 2021, the value of one SLP token was worth between $0.0095 and $0.01. In a short amount of time, it climbed to a peak of $0.4191 as of May 1 before rapidly falling to its previous low of $0.1477 on May 12.

The price jumped and fell back two times more in May, increasing volatility. In June, SLP traded at $0.011, but by July, it had recovered to $0.4088. As of September 21st, the price had fallen to $0.0553, and throughout the month of October it fluctuated between $0.05 and $0.10. The price of one coin was $0.0696 as of November 1st, when this article was written.

On September 23rd, developers reduced the AXS cost from 2 to 1 and increased the SLP cost from 600 for breeding a single Axie to 6,300 for breeding six Axies. The Axie Infinity website states that the fee was changed in comment to a growth slowdown due to worries over a disparity in the rate at which SLP tokens were being minted and burned everyday, large volatility in the breeding fee because of fluctuation in the value of AXS and smooth love potion, and the increase in AXS to 80% of such breeding fee.

Prolonged success of the SLP,  the Axie economy will thrive if more people start playing Axie Infinity, if there is increased demand for Axies, and if the play-to-earn concept receives outside support.

Sky Mavis is working on a DEX for Axie Infinity’s Ronin, a sidechain connected to the Ethereum network, so that users may conduct transactions without incurring gas costs. The new fighting system they are creating will debut an Axie Infinity game demo before any financial choices are made.

The designers are considering options for handing over control of the Axie Infinity economy to “intelligent devices or informed users of the Axie network.”

So, what would some experts anticipate the price of an SLP token will be in the future?

Do you anticipate a rebound of price for SLP tokens in the near future?

Somewhere at time of writing, the technical analysis of SLP’s price on CoinCodex was pessimistic, with the token trading at $0.0969. Only three oscillator indicators were producing positive signals, compared to twenty-three that were bearish. CoinCodex forecasts that the price of the smooth love potion token will fall to $0.0642 on November 6th.

Based on their analysis of historical data, the analysts at Wallet Investor estimate that the price of SLP will fall from its current level of $0.07 to an average of $0.0073 by the closing time of the year. It predicted that the price will stay below $0.01 throughout 2022, averaging $0.0098 by year’s end. The site anticipated that by 2025’s conclusion, SLP’s price might have fallen to about $0.0085.

But DigitalCoin remained optimistic about SLP’s long-term prospects, projecting that the token’s average price would increase to $0.1207 in 2022 from $0.1014 in 2021, and then to $0.2125 in 2025. The site also estimated that by 2028, the average price of SLP might be $0.3213, with a high of $0.3435.

Additionally, PricePrediction’s SLP long-term prognosis was optimistic, with the average price predicted to increase from $0.35 throughout 2021 to $0.48 by 2022, $1.52 in 2025, and $9.08 throughout 2030. Be aware that crypto remain extremely unpredictable, making it tough to anticipate how much a coin will be worth in a week or even a month. As a result, analysts are fallible and often provide inaccurate forecasts.

Prior investing money, you should perform your own study and think carefully about the market’s current state, as well as latest events, fundamental and technical analysis, and professional opinion. Also, only put up money that you can manage to lose.

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Tata Group’s EV Future: to establish Rs 13,000 crore manufacturing plant in Gujarat

By 2070, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants India to become a carbon net zero country. Electric vehicles, or EVs are more efficient and environmentally friendlier than conventional gasoline-powered automobiles. Rising fuel prices is also the main reason to switch to electric vehicles.



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Salt-to-software conglomerate Tata Group has signed an agreement with the Gujarat government to establish a giga-factory for manufacturing of lithium-ion cells, with an initial investment estimated at approximately 13,000 crore. According to a state government document posted on its website, Tata Agaratas Energy Storage Solutions Pvt., a subsidiary of Tata Group, signed a memorandum of understanding on Friday to establish an electric-vehicle battery plant with a production capacity of 20 gigawatt hours, creating direct and indirect employment for more than 13,000 people.

In past also, Tata Group has been investing heavily in the electric vehicle (EV) market. In 2018, Tata Group launched The Tata Tigor EV for the commercial market. The Tigor EV can be charged up to 80% in 90 minutes and has a range of up to 142 km on a single charge.

The Nexon EV, Tata Motors’ first EV for the personal market, was introduced in 2019. The Nexon EV can be charged up to 80% in 60 minutes and has a range of up to 312 km on a single charge. The Tata Group subsidiary Tata Power also participates in the EV industry.

According to the state government, the Tata facility will establish Gujarat as a global leader in the production of lithium batteries, and the company would receive support in establishing a production eco-system in the region. A spokesman of the Tata Group declined to comment.

By 2070, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants India to become a carbon net zero country. Electric vehicles, or EVs are more efficient and environmentally friendlier than conventional gasoline-powered automobiles. Rising fuel prices is also the main reason to switch to electric vehicles.

India is expanding the use of EVs nationwide in an effort to become an EV-efficient nation. Although the demand for these vehicles is now being driven by the two- and three-wheeler segments, automakers are already either introducing models or announcing plans to do so in the near future.

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Withdrawal of Rs 2,000 notes statutory exercise not demonetisation: RBI tells Delhi HC



The withdrawal of Rs 2,000 banknotes is a statutory exercise, not demonetisation, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) told the Delhi High Court on Tuesday.

The high court was hearing a petition challenging the decision by the RBI and SBI that enables the exchange of Rs 2,000 notes without the requirement of an identity proof. The plea filed by Advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay said the decision was arbitrary and against the laws enacted to curb corruption.

Responding to the plea, the RBI said the decision to enable the exchange of Rs 2,000 notes was taken for operational convenience as the withdrawal is not demonetisation but merely a “statutory exercise.”

In his plea, advocate Upadhyay said he wasn’t challenging the decision withdraw the Rs 2000 notes but the decision to exchange the said denomination without requiring any slip or identity proof. The petition argued that the exchange of currency should only be allowed through bank accounts linked with Aadhaar.

It claimed that the current arrangement would only enable mafia and gangsters like “Atiq Ahmed’s henchmen” and Maoists while arguing that today almost every poor person has a Jan Dhan account and BPL persons are also connected to bank accounts.

A Delhi HC bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramanium Prasad said an appropriate order will be passed on the plea.

Advocate Upadhyay claimed in his public interest litigation (PIL) that the notifications by the RBI and the State Bank of India (SBI) that enable the exchange of Rs 2000 notes without requiring a requisition slip and identity proof were arbitrary, irrational and offend Articles 14 of the Indian Constitution.

The PIL claimed that cash transaction in in high value currency is the main source of corruption and used for illegal activities like terrorism, naxalism, separatism, radicalism, gambling, smuggling, money laundering, kidnapping, extortion, bribing and dowry, etc. and a large amount of the currency has reached either in individual’s locker or has “been hoarded by the separatists, terrorists, Maoists, drug smugglers, mining mafias & corrupt people”.

RBI counsel, Senior advocate Parag P Tripathi argued that the emphasised that the court cannot interfere in such matters and the decision was taken to allow exchange of the Rs 2000 currency note for “operational convenience” as the said banknote is not commonly used and other denominations continue to meet currency requirements.

Advocate Tripathi said that no points mentioned by the petitioner impinge or deal with constitutional issues and as such the court cannot interfere.

On May 19, the RBI had announced withdrawal of Rs 2,000 currency notes from circulation, and said existing notes in circulation can either be deposited in bank accounts or exchanged by September 30.

However, the 2,000 notes will continue to be legal tender, it had said, adding that the notes can be exchanged for other denominations from any bank starting May 23, albeit with a limit of Rs. 20,000 per transaction.

Both the RBI and the SBI issued notifications stating that no requisition slip or identity proof is required for exchanging the Rs 2,000 notes.

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Factually baseless: SEBI on claims of investigations against Adani Group since 2016

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Monday told the Supreme Court that all claims that the market regulator has been investigating the Adani Group since 2016 are “factually baseless” and one must not jump to “premature and wrong conclusions” in the case.



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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Monday told the Supreme Court that all claims that the market regulator has been investigating the Adani Group since 2016 are “factually baseless” and one must not jump to “premature and wrong conclusions” in the case.

In an affidavit filed in the Apex court, SEBI said that no listed company of the Adani Group was among the list of 51 companies that it had investigated for issuing of Global Depository Receipts or GDRs.

According to the affidavit, filed in response to a plea claiming that SEBI had been investigating the Adani group since 2016 and had opposed a six-month extension to its ongoing probe, the market regulator clarified that the ‘investigation’ “referred to in paragraph 5 of the reply affidavit has no relation and/or connection to the issues referred to and/or arising out of the Hindenburg Report.”

It further said that matter pertains to the issuance of GDRs by 51 Indian listed companies which the SEBI was investigating, adding that no listed company of Adani Group was part of the aforesaid 51 companies.

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The SEBI said that after the completion of the investigation, appropriate enforcement actions were taken. Hence, the claims that the SEBI is investigating the Adani Group since 2016 are “factually baseless.”

The regulator said the six-month extension is to ensure that a thorough investigation is carried out keeping in mind the interest of investors and the securities market.

The Supreme Court had on March 2, directed the SEBI to investigate violations by the Adani Group, if any, before and after the release of the damning Hindenburg report.

The SEBI had been asked to file a report within two months, however, on April 29, the regulator filed for a six-month extension to complete the investigation.

Adani Group endured over $120 billion in market losses- nearly half of the conglomerate’s estimated value—since the damning report released by US short-seller Hindenburg Research.

In its critical report, Hindenburg Research accused the Adani Group of indulging in improper use of offshore tax havens and stock manipulation while also raising concerns about high debt and the valuations of seven listed Adani companies.

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