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orucles

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>that one overly eager fudder who keeps spamming the same threads with the same replies multiple times a day

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Why is SAP not involved in crypto?

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Alright /biz/, I've been in crypto for like 3 years and I kind of understood early that you should put your money into unique products to make money (not muhhh supplychain token or another BTC/ETH copy cat). I did it with Ethereum and Chainlink which made me a good amount of money. Now let's get to the point:

>Dark pools are not a recent phenomenon; they emerged in the late 1980s. According to the CFA Institute, non-exchange trading has taken off in the United States. Estimates show that it accounted for approximately 40% of all U.S. stock trades in spring 2017 compared with an estimated 16% in 2010. The CFA also estimates that dark pools are responsible for 15% of U.S. volume as of 2014.

Am I being retarded or is this a huge thing? Obviously crypto has a laughable amount of volume compared to stocks but let's be real, if institutional money is going to get into crypto in the future then why not buy REN? I'm not even shilling, I'm legit considering to buy 100k because of the first project doing this (just like Ethereum and CL were the first in their niche).

>45m mcap

Even if they fail in the future, just the idea alone (just like how CL was just an idea on paper 2 years ago) is enough to pump it atleast way higher than it is right now.

What does /biz/ think?

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Should I sell my NANO for Chainlink?

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I want to lock atleast 1k link for 2-5 years in a smartcontract so I won't kms, how should I start?

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>>3516064
Article completely ignores what bitcoin mining is. It's not "wheel spinning," it's processing bitcoin transactions; do you expect the people who own the equipment for facilitating transactions to not be compensated for their electricity and hardware costs? Sage



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