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>almost 100k volume
somethings happenin

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>>15529103
>BTC, the oldest and least volatile coin in crypto goes from $3500 to $13000 in a few months even after the catastrophic 2017 bull market
>Why don't you guys talk about gold, real estate, or bonds more?! Buy stocks at the ATH with a recession right around the corner!

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>>15525297
actually hot will be worth -0

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Since the pathetic discord trannies are in full force today I'm going to dump every part of the whitepaper explicitly calling Chainlink out by name.

"Our Mixicle design goals are simplicity and efficiency, as well as compatibility
with the Chainlink network and its accountability features, i.e., ability to monitor
and enforce correct oracle behavior"

"We have implemented a SIMI-PPS Mixicle prototype smart contract for Ethereum in
Solidity using Chainlink’s SDK. Thanks to the intentional simplicity of our protocol,
the contract consists of only 188 lines of code (excluding comments), making it easy
to audit. (We would like to emphasize, however, that this prototype has not been
audited and should not be used in production as is.) Furthermore, the gas cost of
running the contract is moderate even though the contract has not been optimized."

"Whenever a new round is being set up, the example contract makes a call to
the Chainlink oracle contract to request delivery of data and pays the oracle
in Chainlink’s LINK tokens. Users are expected to have funded the example
contract with an appropriate amount of tokens. (As we mention in Section 3.4,
we have chosen for simplicity to omit payments to oracles from protocol descriptions in this paper.)"

"Due to limitations of previous versions of the Ethereum Virtual Machine, Chainlink currently only allows oracles to deliver a 32 byte response payload. Therefore, in our prototype the oracle only delivers a tag value, but no player signatures, allowing a malicious oracle to report an invalid tag for which the players
haven’t agreed on a payout slate. We note that this attack is likely not too
relevant in practice, since the oracle can already mount a more powerful attack
by reporting a false outcome."

"We look forward to including these ideas and more in later versions of this paper
and/or follow-up work, and welcome corrections and comments from the Chainlink
community as we refine the early work presented here."

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>>15472191
Oh I confused you for OP, I have had too much whisky tonight carry on

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>>15470224
>Could fuck like 7x a day easily
>Confidence is sky high
is this result achievable natty only?

t. 140lb skellington
getting laid isnt an issue for me (blessed genes) - i just want to be able to fuck longer and harder and increase my self confidence.
its an abstract feel being able to attract pussy no problem but also being intimidated by roided lads.

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>>15449269
Alternatively, if you compare the current link chart to what ETH did back before 2017 if you scaled it down you could say that what we're in right now potentially is the bottom of the "first selloff" phase of the chart posted above. Assuming history repeats itself with LINK we could see $15-20 EOY and/or if another altseason happens close to $50 next year

But that's just my gut feeling, nothing more nothing less

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>>15273251
I mean isn't that just shorting an ETF? Seems pretty risky though, especially given the fact that ETFs have a much higher tendency to be stable, and actually go up and resist recessive markets most

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>>15256196
What?

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Why 700K? Why not 1M? This is just a stupid theory of mine but we don't know if they're actually selling the tokens or not. If they actually were selling there's no fucking way we'd still be over $1 at this point in time.

The original 1K eoy meme, does anyone have that image? Additionally how many times have they moved 700K linkies? Maybe they're trying to tell us something

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What is happening? Buy or sell? Help me out TA fags

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>>14881224
Okay so companies that took out loans won’t have to pay them back.. what’s the fuss about?

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>>14881012
>>14880676
my refutation is that you do not understand how this works, on a fundamental and theoretical level.
you are talking out of your ass.
>if this is the perfect solution - why aren't you solving this issue?

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so is this off brand chainlink?

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>>14862754
>there is no true value, it's whatever the market values it at based off of hype just like every other crypto out there
anon how does a market work desu?
>no real world use case will push the price a higher % than the coinbase listing itself did
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
>imagine being this new

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If we don't dump further from here I actually bought a dip for once

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>BTC is green, LINK is red
>LINK is green, BTC is red
hm..................

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>>14629929
Actually what if the devs are the ones dumping the price on purpose for their usual anti hype approach? What if the people suppressing the price are the chainlink team members themselves? Who else has millions of link tokens to burn?

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>>14524900
yeeeeeeahhh ive got my money on the former

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>>14523797
Wait, we were crashing?

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>>14495211
>>14495231
>0x56d065849eF9C59C1bC5ba54b9f96Caba5c88812

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>>14489969
>>14490145
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>>14464250
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