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>>22976943
i really should stop kicking him while he's already dead but this is pretty funny tbqh

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>>19997847
I guess the smart ones listened to posts like these - where you forgot to take your trip out and were caught shilling link. How are you so shit at this? Why do you even make these threads when you know that anons like me will come in here just to shit on your fun because we find it funny?

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>>19840044
>>19840064
sergey splits the links he sends to binance in smaller wallets and then he randomly moves them.
we had to figure out a way to spot those movements.he probably doesn't move them himself, they use some kind of bots to automate these moves that's why the amounts are of random sizes. no more 700k, chainlink alert was created to alert people on the 700k moves but sergey adapted and went sneaky

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>>19399100
>Link is the only way forward

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>>19349087
>>19349142
>>19349177
the real singularity is the frens we made along the way. btw did you guys enjoy the thread wher ei btfo UncleOldFag?

>>19270880

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you dont't seem to grasp how big VRFs are. you really think they implemented them out of their ass?

chainlink are unironically working with hundreds of teams, they get feedback and decide on whats more important and urgent to implement depending on their partners needs.

there are so many things happening in the background that we don't know of yet. VRF came out of the blue to us external viewers, but for them it's an important feature the spaces needed.

VRF arn't just justed to pick random numbers, they have many usescases

VRFs ensure:
>Public auditability
>Quality control in manufacturing processes.

What are they used for?
>financial audit
>Randomized clinical trials
>Legal metrology
>Random judges for court cases
>Eliminating bias in randomized security checks

source:
>https://csrc.nist.gov/CSRC/media/Presentations/usages-of-public-randomness/images-media/20191106-NIST-ITL-Science-Day-poster-Beacon--ts-20191118.pdf

think for a second, chainlink is bringing real world data to the blockchain, 90% of the projects out there revolve around quality controls and public auditability. Even the shitcoin you are so keen on shilling around here requires VRFs.

VRFs are essential.

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>>19272190
>Link is the only way forward
HAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA



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