This too violates the rules and can lead to a ban. – Axie Artworks must be clearly marked as “Axie Infinity Fanart” with this link www.axieinfinity.com/ on the description of the Axie Fanart. Avoid being suspended by following some of these ongoing rules, according to P2E: Making mistakes in the Axie market is quite common, especially when pricing Axies during a sale. Some players use bots to automatically buy axes that are sold far too low on the market. Using similar bots is punishable and may permanently block your Axies and Ronin account. These new owners can rest assured that their axes will be restored to their accounts without having to contact the Axie Infinity support team. If you really want to keep your accounts free and continue playing and winning with the game, we recommend that you read the Axie Infinity Terms of Service carefully. The Axie Infinity Terms of Service state: “If you provide any information that is untrue, inaccurate, not current or incomplete, we have the right to suspend or terminate your account and refuse any current or future use of the Website, App and Smart Contracts (or any part thereof).” – Cheat, cheat, do not hack, lying or misleading players, as well as the game system. Do not use any type of automated system that could modify or hack the system while playing a game, including data mining tools, extraction tools, and robots. You may be asked to solve a captcha that requires you to push a piece of the puzzle to the right place. The decision was first announced on Discord, followed by a Twitter statement that included a screenshot of the Discord message. There are players who want to be villains and want to move Axies from one account to another on the same day to claim the 50 SLP of daily missions in different accounts and closes it more, and the developers have warned that this is not allowed.
Suspended Axie Infinity accounts also lose their Season 20 rewards.Sky Mavis, the developers behind the popular Non-Fungible Token (NFT) game title, has already issued a final warning to players who intentionally lost the game or forced it to shoot to reduce the loss of matchmaking odds (MMR).