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>>54738731>https://twitter.com/ChrisBarrett/status/1650710237903482883FUCKING BASED ANONthanks fren
>>52779210does this answer your question?
>>52757342definitely the same amount of eth as if you needed to move 1 link, i know that much
>>51490328Not sure about art/layout design, but let's think about photorealistic imagery for a sec. As photo and video AI becomes more advanced to the point of indistinguishability from reality, a market need will develop for a stamp of "truth" in photos and videos.Stills and video cameras will eventually need to be connected to nodes on an oracle network that will impart a universally accepted and verifiable digital certificate of "truth" on each image/video. "This was shot here on this date and the image is raw from the camera". Network consensus needs to be reached on that kind of thing. This innovation will happen by sheer necessity as convincing deepfakes become so easy to make that one simply needs to enter the right prompt into ay publicly available AI web tool. To me the need for universally accepted truth in photos and videos seems almost an inevitability.Maybe a similar certificate system will come into existence for artists etc enabling them to prove human authorship of their work. I wonder who will be building the public oracle network that will make this possible? Someone better start building it soon...
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OP what part of a female body do you admire and/or desire?
>>30147066based checked fpbp op BTFO
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>>29709233checked. cya at the yacht party. mine will be the one flying a flag that says:FUCK NIGGERSFUCK KIKESFUCK JANNIES
>>29298985this is extremely based. i may dedicate an entire bathroom in my house to just being absolutely covered in link fud as well as a pee pee poo poo meme engraved on the toilet
>>28831444>And so you know I don’t really hope for the fast case because the fast case is gonna mean another painful restructuring of wealth and maybe socialization of certain costs, and all kinds of other things probably to do with inflation, but in the fast case one of the few things that can come out it kind of how the Bitcoin white paper is known to be birthed out of the 2008 financial crisis, as something that was necessary, and so I think the next crisis, the next cyclical crisis that we’re quite actually a little bit overdue for, so I think that its probably relatively imminent, is going to have that one silver lining I think. That its going to force the worlds towards blockchains and smart contracts and DeFi. So ya, I think those are the two cases. I think the value here is so clear that people will adopt it slowly and more people will enable them to adopt it slowly, and then I think the unfortunate nature of how markets work and how the debt cycle works and how a number of other risks kind of get compounded in the global financial system will lead to a correction of some kind, and that will possibly on top of already a slow case that’s already happening, create a massive rush of a fast case, which really is quite clear to me as something that has already been proven by the activity you see in countries that have had problems like this.