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11345618 No.11345618 [Reply] [Original]

How is Link such an obvious investment yet nobody fucking knows? Does it not highlight the state of crypto?
People invested only have a tiny understanding of what crypto or smart contracts are, hence you could shill link to anyone and they still just wouldn't get it.
Is this project just that high level? Ethereum was kinda hard to understand at first, but Link is a complicated solution to a complicated problem on a complicated system(smart contracts). I guess that may be why people who don't get it wont.

Before I found Link, i was researching and thinking about oracle problem (not how i defined it then) for months and months. It made me almost quit crypto thinking smart contracts can never work and all of this is bullshit. Then I clicked on one of the stupid fucking Link threads one day and say someone mention API data feed. I read the white paper and realsied waht LINK was and it made me optimistic on all of crypto again. That was 8 months ago and I'm still really sure about this.

>> No.11345634

Link is not shit

>> No.11345659


I know the 0 marketing approach doesn't help, but even still. I just think normies Don't understand this fucking projects importance even if you had the information shilled to them.

Imagine trying to grasp what a smart contract is, then how it fucking works. Oracles and decentralized ones are very high level concept

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Normies barely understand crypto, let alone smart contracts, let alone knowing smart contracts require oracles.

>> No.11345696

The entire concept is not hard to understand, the problem is interest. Been talking about smart contracts and link every now and then among friends but they're just flat out not interested

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I tried shilling links to my friends into crypto and they don't think it's that much of a big deal. Most people don't have vision, and are just drones.
They will fomo once forbes, cnbc et all start talking about it.
For normies chainlink is just a weird and creepy nerdy thing.

>> No.11345720

same here bro, that smartass contract needs the fucking off chain data to do something useful in the real world

not selling, all I can think about on link is when to buy more

>> No.11345731


Don't underestimate the technical nature of it. The lack of itnerest is a byproduct of that.
If you are not interested you will never get it. It sounds dull. If you are interested, you probably don't care and want some stuppid shitcoins.

If you are interested,and understand smart contracts, Links solution was probably on your mind already and something you may have even thought about before. Seriously when I found Link everything CLICKED and it was an amazing feeling.

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OP your not alone i think of this everyday. It completely blows my mind how largely overlooked link is or unknown. Its almost to good to be true...it actually has a use case, and not just one, think of link being like windows operating system and having all different type of programs that can use it for different purposes, the possibilities are endless. The token actually has a use case too. The team is perfect. Sergey seems to be picked out by the hands of god. The professional behavior of the whole team and how they get things finished is incredible and something that should be modeled after for the rest of the crypto community. I mean...i could keep going for another hour about how all these stars align but yet i start to feel crazy because how do only we know about? Did some discords plan work and everyone whos knows link really think its a meme or its just a /biz thing so they dont bother with it? I get so confused thinking about this how there seems to be a chance of a lifetime standing right infront of all these people and nobody is taking it but us. Im scared. Help.

>> No.11345743

Most people still think ETH is some sort of currency so yea its not hard to imagine how early we are

>> No.11345746

brother link is so perfect there are people using their precious life time trying to fud it in groups here 24/7

we all gonna make it

>> No.11345747

I agree. Most normies just can't comprehend the vision of what the world will look like in the near future unless the mainsream media tells them. They truly are NPC's as sad as that is.

Also, most people simply don't want to think about it. They want easy topics of discussion about entertainment and pop culture. Thinking is becoming a lost art. They also don't want to take any risk at all so why try to comprehend it if you have no interest even investing in it.

>> No.11345749

I forgot to mention it also seems like its the only key for true adoption of crypto. Like how a visa card will use it in the background for actual transactions withouth having to deal with stupid coins and shit...link spits it out as real world currency but the back bone operations will all be done with eth and link

>> No.11345761

Sometimes I wonder if alot of the major whales are simply not talking about it because they are accumulating late in the game. Like all these major twitter accounts who have never talked about it. It's mind boggling at times.

>> No.11345781

for real, no one talks about chainlink yet they all fucking need it, or are we really that deluded?

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This is exactly it. Any functioning blockchain otuside of currency needs a Link like solution. I was thinkinga bout this for months before i found Link and as i said, almost fucking gave up on crypto thinking if it cant be solved it had no future. then I found this.


The FUD is perfect. Link is so good it is overshilled by design, memed to death and spammed to the point of irritation. This makes it seem like everything a crypto project should NOT be (hyper shilled). It will always be overlooked till it is too late for this reason.

All heil mein fuehrer Sergey

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The memes keep everyone out. Seriously. You cannot find out about link without the /Biz/ gateway guarding all the most important information about it. Biz asociation with Link makes anyone think it is a joke.

the best part is that this doesn't even matter. link will moon because it gets adopted and is necessary, no amount of memes can stop it.

>> No.11345803

Ive thought about this...and for some reason i feel like they do know and if they do why would they want anyone else to know? I mean if everything is true and all the stars do align, link alone could be the biggest blockchain player in the game, bigger than btc plus all the other shitcoins that do literally nothing. So its like these whales have these golden tickets they can pass out but why would they?

>> No.11345805

Some I think are simply pump and dumpers who use their crowd to their advantage. Some are simply traders who swing too much to sit on any project for too long. Some of the more fundamental types I just don't understand why they haven't mentioned it. Wolf of Crypto is the only guy I see mention it with any big following.

I'm also surprised some big funds are not buying. Or maybe they are and that is why they are silent. They must be considering how big this project could be.

>> No.11345808

ITT circlejerk of paid shills and desperate bagholders

>> No.11345815

You would imagine though that some have accumulated a big enough bag. At some point, when you are satisfied with your bag, you turn on the shilling to tell the world about it.

>> No.11345817


They don't fucking know. big mouths can't help but shout about it and be the "first one to call the link super moon on twitter!!".

Twitter faggots are attention seeking validation craving morons. they would shout about link if they thought it was the next eth, just to be the guy who called it.

>> No.11345818

Ari Paul started to talk about it last year (he tweeted about it as if he just discovered it), then he fudded it and completely stopped talking about it. So yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if other major players weren't talking about it just to accumulate more as much as possible.

>> No.11345828

People think any blockchain real world use case doesnt really need link, because after all, you can always pass data to a smart contract through one centralized oracle.
But real contract automation requires link, as this shit will get every norm compliant and make smartcontracts as valid as paper contracts, except cheaper (wayyyy cheaper), faster (wayyy faster) and in a secured manner/environment

all of this while profiting from all the qualities a blockchain ledger has to offers

ive been strapped to my seat for months
dont care when, but this shit will take off with or without /biz/

>> No.11345827

They will know about it soon however with alot of LINK shill accounts coming onto twitter lately.

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>paid shills
straight from the horses fucking mouth
comfy thread OP

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guys, i think we have to considered if big whales have gotten their bags silently..they dont have to shill at all because remember the value of link will rise naturally due to the nature of the network..the more usage on the network the more link HAS to be worth to support that network...so lets say it takes 5-10 years for full amazing adoption...the whales would be happy to accumulate this whole time just like us...they dont need to shill it all all for it to rise, it WILL happen.

>> No.11345880

Linkies are the NPC's. They buy into shit htey don't really understand because it sounds like it makes sense.

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>> No.11345902

Chainlink is vaporware until main net. If you're just playing around with a few thousand then the risk reward ratio for getting in now makes sense, but when you got real nigga money taking a huge risk is just foolish when you've already made it.

>> No.11345907

Because it's notorious for being a 4chan coin and any random person who might come here for info is met with walls of copy paste fud and morbidly obese Sergey shops.

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>mfw theres millions of niggers and mexicans walking around with shopping carts who don't know what the word "blockchain" even means

haha, niggers, mexicans and filipinos are so clueless

>> No.11345919


It is a good thing. Obviously 4chan is gonna talk about it, impossible to keep it secret, so the solution for normies learning is excessive shilling and fudding

>> No.11345934

this has kept me up at night as well. as one anon put it: original bitcoiners were crytpographers, then anarchist jumped on board, then SV, then investors, and finally the normie crowd.

Probably 3/4 or 1/2 of these understood Bitcoin as a solution for our currency problem. But that's where most stopped at. It wasn't until ETH showed up that other potential usages came about. But few people have understood ETH. ETH got traction, but as other anons put it, it just created more shitcoins, so the real world value to ETH still is yet to be demonstrated.

It's only now that we autists, neets, and people with many frens, can come together and test different theories, ideas, and speculation to look at Link as the missing puzzle. Im sure a lot of us are frustrated that we missed the bitcoin boat for idiotic reasons, but the fact remains: the fun part is just beginning. Once a marine, always a marine.

>> No.11345975

>this has kept me up at night as well. as one anon put it: original bitcoiners were crytpographers, then anarchist jumped on board, then SV, then investors, and finally the normie crowd.

That is an excellent point. Now the order is changing in that us neets might have been the first to discover the missing piece.

>> No.11345978


More or less how i see it.

The Trilogy of blockchain for the future. The complete puzzle.

Normies and most people invested in crypto STILL DONT UNDERSTAND ETHEREUM. How the fuck is link shillable to them? It isn't.

>> No.11346004

If crypto were the internet we'd be at about 1995. Sure tons of people have heard of it, but almost no one uses it for its intended purpose.

Once the ui and backend problem is solved for bitcoin it will be usable for things like buying a cup of coffee by tech antiliterate boomers.

>> No.11346026

Internet was mainstream in 1995 what are you talking about every comapny had a website by that point and everyone had AOL.

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>> No.11346038


E-commerce didn't take off and provide it's full value and potential till the 2010s.

The internet in 1995 was the start. it was so far from it's potential, millions and trillions were to be made from 1995-2005

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Rinkby is PoA

>> No.11346091

its like they completely ctrl-c ctrl-v'ed the logo right in there

>> No.11346094

US citizens cant even buy it, it's a security and Binance snitches on it's own customers.

>> No.11346097

Chainlink, a utility for ethereum (dead coin) is worthless

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just made oc to demonstrate the significance

>> No.11346109

You can only put decentralized oracle nodes at the source. Centralized systems cannot.

>> No.11346119

Chainlink is love. Chainlink is life.

>> No.11346120

You forget FOMO

>> No.11346145

Normies or "NPCs" know literally nothing about crypto. Just like general stock and finance, Its not interesting to them. They know of bitcoin from the media last year, paid vague attention to it for a couple of months, and have now completely forgotten about it. Any further discussion of it typically goes: "Uhhh crypto?? Isnt that like bitcoin?? Yeah its not worth anything orr?? thats what my dad said you'd be stupid to invest in those internet coins" Normies dont even save their money. Forget INVESTING it, and forget investing it into something so niche and obscure as a coin like LINK. (until it moons and they see it on their social media that is)

Assuming any coin moons and you make a huge profit, to normies you are literally "those random computer nerds that got lucky" And people are always skeptical of grandiose claims hence the fudding from other bag holders.

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doesn't matter either way
never gonna make it

we're all going to make it, faggots

>> No.11346167

People will be using crypto without realizing they are using crypto

>> No.11346194

Innovation with the internet goes far, far beyond companies having a website man. One of the jobs I've worked in my life is a sales rep for a food vendor. We order food with ipads for like 100 stores in a week. It is all so sleek, so convenient. It took a while, but the internet eventually trickled into that aspect of the logistics industry and probably got rid of half the work force because 1 person was now able to do so much more. The internet changed so much that it is hard to even understand the full extent of it.

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You absolute faggot you
I love you

>> No.11346347

simplest way to put it

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>> No.11346537

Link GAY threads are going up. I like how they switch from FUD to GAY threads. Complete idiots

>> No.11346541

It's a sign of desperation

>> No.11346557

Definitely some moron who think 4chan is like /b/ 2007 on every board.

>> No.11346560

I have 2 friends that invested in Crypto, they know nothing other buying what is offered on Coinbase. Don't know how to use binance or other exchanges, they are clueless. Lots of normies are like that.

>> No.11346652

If it feels surreal now, just wait until your 100k Linkies are worth $100k, $1 million, $10 million. The truth of what will happen to us Linkies is more insane than the counterfactual of it failing. 4chan will change the course of Western history yet again, riding on the coattails of geniuses Sergey and Steve and the new open model of cryptocurrency investing.

>> No.11346655

Its a smug feeling really. Sometimes when Im out somewhere like a bar, I'll look around and think to myself how comfy of a feeling it is that I am the only one in this building that knows about Chainlink. Hell, I'm most likely the only one that knows about smart contracts.
Of course these are just thoughts I keep to myself. I try to stay humble about it and I will use the money I gain from Chainlink wisely, but it is so damn smug knowing how early you are in this technology.

>> No.11346701

Why are you guys acting so smug? LINK isn't a sure thing, it's a small start up and needs a million things to go right for it to succeed.
Plus, there's numerous projects in the works right now that could potentially kill LINK, like Astraea.

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>> No.11346743

Goodbye gay fudder

>> No.11346762

Yeah it kind of is, I can empathize with this

>> No.11346808

Its not a sure thing, but Chainlink really is the leader of the oracle space. Astraea is needs to leap forward insanely quickly be on the same level. Chainlink is starting to cement its spot as the number 1 oracle provider.

>> No.11346834

It is a currency... you use it to pay for usage of the Ethereum network.

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>> No.11346892

It's an utility token brainlet.

>> No.11346913

If LINK doesnt succeed what were all the memes for?

>> No.11346917

this picture is actually my post. Someone actually saved it, no shit. Good to see it again.

>> No.11347161

It's pretty fucking funny desu

>> No.11347195

Hey retard, maybe if you read the post I was replying to you would know that I was talking about Ethereum.

>> No.11347211

The thing I don't understand is why we know about this, but others don't? If this is set to disrupt entire industries then why aren't there more people talking about this? I'm not talking redditors, I'm talking people who work in the industry, lawyers, businessmen, tech guys. Not gosner, but the kind of guys who work for gosner. If you worked heavily with contracts, maybe at a large company, wouldn't you be aware of threats to your job? There's a lot of people at the intersection of tech, law and finance. Where are they? How come a bunch of neets know more about the supposed future of contracts and exchange?

Look at all the mentions of link by random articles. It's almost always about being one of the many solutions to the Oracle problem, usually mentioned along oraclize and other shit. There's no recognition of potential or autistic dot connecting. Shouldn't there be some talk from knowledgeable people who work in the industry. Like the guys who made linkpool. Smart guys who see the potential, but not super rich insiders. Shouldn't there be more of them? This is more concerning to me than the lack of attention from popular crypto names. It's more telling, I think. I feel insane when I read about link here. Surely others would have noticed this shit?

>> No.11347256

Same scenario. I kept thinking to myself bitcoin ethereum <fill in blank> I knew something was missing and then it clicked. The thing is I don’t understand why someone in the know like developers and people who are big time into ethereum are not all over it as well and telling their communities all about it. I just never see it mentioned much I don’t understand why

>> No.11347271

This is a great point and becomes more unsettling the more I think about it. How has something so revolutionary stayed so under the radar for over a year?

>> No.11347275

Because they don’t have time to sit around and shitpost on a Vietnamese basketweaving hangout.

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Because the mainnet hasn’t launched yet. As link is the anti-hype projects of all projects, and all other crypto shit coin mainnets have failed (because they’re all just glorified shitcoin blockchains), chainlink’s mainnet launch will be the opposite of theirs and actually be one that closely precedes the singularity. Just as the prophecy was written. Kek mit uns. Heil hitler

>> No.11347312

I believe it’s as solid as a bet you can make. I quit poker and put my entire bankroll into link

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>> No.11347328

Takes incredible vision to see the future from something so new. The only reason we understand it so well is because we have spent over a year analyzing it with a group of different minds so it was held to the fire many times and kept coming out fine. Don't underestimate the hive mind

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>mfw when someone posts your autistic ramblings you wrote months ago

My attitude on link flip flops so often nowadays. Why wouldn't people use link if they come out with a usable mainnet? You can tailor your purchase of data with however much decentralization and security you could want. The vision is a one stop shop for all your off chain needs.

But some of the fud gets to me pretty hard,like the implementation of the reputation system and other unclear implementation details.

Also the lack of talk and vision among even devs and such. There are no interesting dapps. Everyone just kind of shrugs and no one asks why. I care less about " lawyers, businessmen, tech guys" now and more about devs. There were some good points brought up in the original thread, about how even smart normies aren't too interested about blockchain. But Is the oracle problem even that big of a deal if devs blow it off as a non issue?

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>even smart normies aren't too interested about blockchain.

>> No.11347417

I was raised in a cult. I was told “normies” didnt understand the power of what we knew. I was told we were special, that we were the few who really got it. This chainlink shit is so similar to the cult it gives me freaky flashbacks. I still have a small bag sure but the reasonable logical non-hubris part of my brain knows how fucking delusional you all are.

>> No.11347422

I attended a talk by a lawyer talking about smart contracts.

He wasn't a tech person, and I expected it to be about blockchain.

Instead it was about what I thought was stupid lawyer shit and I didn't really pay attention.

The guy said there were going to be four stages of smart contract development in law.

It would start with ai for reading today's paper contracts to understand basic facts, progressing to just fully programmatic contracts with automated enforcement that completely replace parts of companies' operations.

Can't remember if he was saying this shit would replace all middle and back office or just back office stuff, which is apparently manual, inefficient, and pretty much different at every firm.

He thought blockchain was a big technology but said he didn't know much about tech and wouldn't be a good person to ask about it or something.

I thought I wasted my time attending this talk but when I realized what openlaw, clause, Accord, are doing... I really regretted not paying attention.

Yes, people are paying attention but they're basically just lawyers who are excited. Nobody else knows wtf, as far as I could tell.

>> No.11347442

I’m going to tell you. It’s a human psychology issue. How many of you would go explore a unknown cave first? How many of you would travel to mars and be the first one? How do you know it’s safe? How do you know it’s livable? We went to the moon, doesn’t mean we can land on Mars in the same way. My point is humans are scared to act alone and into the unknown. The people who got rich off the internet were visionaries. They could see in the potential. Except, you had small circles. You didn’t have the internet to discuss. The internet connected massive ideas together. Most people at the time couldn’t fathom that. Take a look at businesses today. Take a look at how we operate as a society. We have trust that the traffic will stop on red. We trust that other businesses will act accordingly. We trust the media (or did). People are waking up that you cannot function on trust. But people don’t realize the solution. The solution is decentralization. Chainlink is literally changing the DNA at a business level. It’s going to be used so ubitiously and the impact is so enormous you cannot even begin to imagine the possibilities. It’s so ridiculous that your thoughts start to look insane. We are witnessing ground breaking technology , a new era for global connectiveness and a paradigm shift in the way we interact with other humans. It’s easy to fud and believe it, it’s also easy to be poor.

>> No.11347455

>thing I don't understand is why we know about this, but others don't? If this is set to disrupt entire industries then why aren't there more people talking about this? I'm not talking redditors, I'm talking people who work in the industry, lawyers, businessmen, tech guys.

Now imagine: I'm someone who is interested in blockchain and smart contracts and was excited to attend a smart contract talk by a lawyer excited about the future of smart contracts.

... And I ended up bored as fuck not really understanding what the guy was so excited about, thinking "wtf, why isn't he talking about blockchain, this is lame".

For non-lawyers, this just sounds like more automation of repetitive data entry tasks. It's fucking boring and sounds like it's just more of the same automation we've had for years, just for contracts now. Big deal. I'm not a lawyer, why do I care if some lawyer is excited that more data entry shit is getting automated?

>> No.11347483

The majority of traders are bots who run against chart candles. Another cohort is manual swing traders who have developed amphetamine psychosis and are no longer able to process the meta of the situation. Those who are still with it are bored as Fuck by the margin stop loss hunters and can barely pay attention.

>> No.11347497

Not an official account

>> No.11347519

You might be retarded

>> No.11347529

I remember reading a study a couple months back about financial executives being asked, "what technology do you think will impact your business the most in the future?" And blockchain technology was barely mentioned. When you think about it, its not too surprising. Most of these executives know how their business currently operates and formulate their opinions on the future of their business in that manner. Warren Buffet shared a story where he talked to an up incoming Bill Gates, who told him to invest into Microsoft because computers will "change everything." What did Warren Buffet do? He scoffed at the idea, only to admit much later that he did not fully understand the implications of computers.
You have to realize that these top dogs dont understand every single aspect of business. You might have a better understanding of DLT then a top executive at Berkshire Hathaway, just like how he would have a much better understanding of investing in stocks/bonds etc.

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>> No.11347542

I might. But I'm not.
What makes you think it's an official account?

>> No.11347543

good post fren

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>reddit spacing
The normies are coming

>> No.11347557

It was made a year prior with absolutely no tweets and Microsoft devs were following it before it even tweeted. There was a thread on this a few weeks ago when they made their first tweet. Inb4 number of followers decides if it’s official

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This is the kind of stuff that keeps me going in times of strong fud. And it's not like the fud has even been good lately. There's nothing left to talk shit about, all the criticisms of CL are unfounded because all the semi legit ones have been debunked. I made a shit ton off BTC, then ETH, then ANS/NEO. Went all in on Link back in February and haven't looked back. Crypto has made me strong and has taught me to remember to stick to my beliefs. Nothing to this point has changed, CL is still on the verge of revolutionizing the crypto space and being the last puzzle piece. At this point I feel I can wait for years no problem even though single digit Link will make me a millionaire. Though personally it's 8 digits or bust. Remember that anons if you ever feel weak.

>> No.11347564

I see one dev following it. There are a lot of microsoft devs it's not impossible they might follow a spoof account.

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>> No.11347580

Also there was 23 followers when I started following it. I know what I saw. If you don’t want to believe it then don’t. I’m actually trying to help you here if you wanna be an idiot and create fake fud then do so.

>> No.11347590

Find any other example of that "chainlink style" azure logo on the internet.
You won't.
The twitter account is a fake. If you doubt that linkies are psychotic enough to do something like that then you haven't been paying attention.

>> No.11347591

>I made a shit ton off BTC, then ETH, then ANS/NEO. Went all in on Link back in February and haven't looked back. Crypto has made me strong and has taught me to remember to stick to my beliefs.

I'm an early investor into XRP comparatively to everyone else on this board (early 2015ish). If I listened to early XRP FUD I would have sold my stack before it took off. If there is one thing investing has taught me, its to trust yourself, formulate your own opinion, and be patient.

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Here’s the old style . Do you want to continue to find a stupid hexagon now? The cube is more damning.

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We are all early adopters. No one knows about chainlink. No one knows about the technology. The fud is there to dissuade you from going 100% all in, (which you shouldn't). Get a suicide stack or something where you won't want to kill yourself when it moons and then forget about it.

>> No.11347616

Yes I'm aware of that image. The point is the azure "chainlink" hexagon is fake.

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Microsoft azure follows them.

>> No.11347637

Checked and hell yeah, Ron Popeil takes me back to my childhood. We didn't have internet (mid 90's) and not a damn thing to do but fall asleep to 3am infomercials.

>> No.11347649

This is concerning

>> No.11347657

Oh really? Then explain link to me

>> No.11347658

Holy fuck this is such a pathetic hugbox thread with all of you talking like you're already rich and struck oil. I honestly feel bad for so many of you, and I have no idea what events transpired that caused you guys to be like the last holdouts still believing in your shitcoin after a year of bear market. You are never getting your money back, and instead of accepting a loss and learning a lesson, you're still just sitting on your hands, confident that things will work out.

I legitimately think that all of you will kill yourselves in 5 years when Bitcoin and other legitimate alts take off, with LINK being left to flounder. Then again, I'm sure you'll still have a few retards still making threads about how early they are, and their patience will be rewarded.

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>> No.11347688


Look . The account was created in June 2017 way before chainlink was even heard of. That means this micro imposter just so happens to be also invested into a project that wasn’t even created at the time publicly. That’s what your saying to me correct?

I get where your coming from but it’s not logical. Also that tweet. Look at it. It’s a gif. Do you think some chainlink shill is gonna make that stupid gif on a meme account?

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>> No.11347725

Where you here a year ago? Being convinced of Chainlink isn't something that comes easy. There's this post saying we look like freak cultists posting memes but this now is the dialed back /biz/ when it comes to ChainLink. I was here every day in the first half year and in the early chat groups and the brainstorming sessions about problems, opportunities, the tech, the insane digging, it was absolutely freakish, the sheer amount of autists coming together spawning such a ferocity of knowledge seeking. It really had to be experienced over the extended period of time it took place. It's not just the tech, link marines came to know how Sergey thinks (there's a reason there's a cult around him and it didn't start with the shirt) and all the unfounded speculation still eerily spelled "opportunity". ChainLink really is about as good a bet as you can make ever. If it does fail, I'm looking forward to reading the most interesting obituary I can imagine.

>> No.11347737

cryptlets are the link to MSFT, what date were the cryptlets domains created? (https://domainbigdata.com/cryptlets.in))

when was the first SWIFT pitch?

smartcontract.com the company and chainlink was a concept before the ICO and the public release

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>> No.11347750

I agree. This is also how I made it. Got btc at 200, eth at 9 and 40, neo at 3, wtc below a dollar, and now i think link will trump them alL. Been in since the ether delta days. Patience pays off usually with strong logic and conviction.

>> No.11347753

Correction, not even "opportunity" but "necessity".

>> No.11347777

Just like how my grandma can use Facebook without knowing what a secure socket layer is

>> No.11347786

Go neck yourself Fudder.

>> No.11347823

>Normies barely understand crypto, let alone smart contracts,

They don't understand crypto but anyone with half a brain can understand smart contacts with a few examples. After that you need to pitch why it is good, uptake etc

>> No.11347826

Yep. No point talking about something that's not a working product yet. Besides, don't you guys remember how companies had to be dragged kicking and screaming to adopt cloud computing even though it was far more efficient and cost effective? It'll be the same thing with link and crypto in general

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>> No.11347846

or how even tech literate people don't understand graphQL

>> No.11347847

This comment is too damn true

>> No.11347867

Do you think honestly think email was created so you can send dick pics to your south Asian family ? It was created for companies. For instant communication / data processing. Normies don’t need to use chainlink. Companies will determine the price.

>> No.11347903

personally i also dont think they will try and hoard tokens, they will just accept the cost of utilizing a chainlink as the cost of doing business, because they will be saving so much from all the paper pushing shleps they can fire

>> No.11347914

that image is hurting my eyes with how poorly pasted the logos are

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>> No.11348220

God, I remember the thread where this was created. Good times. I couldn't wish for better fellow marines to hold my bags with. Thanks frens

>> No.11348259

Y’all talking about link like it’s the Nintendo of the crypto industry

>> No.11348266

ETH is a network commodity like oil, not a fucking currency

>> No.11348275

Is 50k enough? Can we unironically go to $1000?

>> No.11348287

flush yourself down the street

>> No.11348300

Sorry Ranjeesh, it must suck not knowing how plumbing systems work. My question still stands

>> No.11348377

We're gonna make it frens

>> No.11348398

digital commodity

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>> No.11348425

we all gon be rich

>> No.11348431


Checked. Of course it is enough Anon. You have like $20K in something that never mooned. Imagine having $20K in ETH pre-moon...or $20K in BTC...

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>> No.11348574

underrated. 1k eoy is a meme, but this shit is here to stay.

>> No.11348591

wordsalad the post.

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very based and redpilled

>> No.11348684

there’s no need to verify data is the same if it comes from a place that’s already compromised. checkmate

>> No.11348909

Checked. 9 people didn't realize this was pasta. The absolute state of newfags.

>> No.11348932


>> No.11348982

? And.

>> No.11349035

Has anybody got a copy of Sergey's two hour talk from Oct 9?

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Jokes on you I am a crazy fucking schizo for real

>> No.11349077

Because it's an ERC shitcoin json parser. Haven't you guys still figured it out by now?

>> No.11349085

I'm a bouncer and I own chainlink.

You never know.

>> No.11349101

Can someone explain why link is so fucking great and not just the work of shills?

>> No.11349108

Low effort shill post

>> No.11349118

No. $1000 is a meme and nothing more. Ignore the spasmoids who make up ridiculous valuations to support their delusion (or just for the sake of fun posting)

>> No.11349157


Yes it's too complicated for most people but also we don't know if the morbidly obese russian philosopher can actually deliver. Even if you understand what they are trying to do it's still a long shot.

>> No.11349198

I'm actually more qualified to talk about this than most anons.I'm employed with a cyber-techno machinations company, I do a lot of security analyst programming type work. Open source, decentralized, APIs, partnerships, you name it. We'd be one of the first companies in line for something like Chainlink, if thedecentralized smart contract space had more value over traditional data exchanges. There's a catch though, an underlying flaw more deeply embedded in the bedrock of LINK than the very code itself. The flaw is with the concept, and it's this: Companies won't actually go through the hassle of trusting their data API's through crypto.

Now I can already hear your keyboards going frantic, but hear me out. /biz/ hates banks, and traditional data providers. But actual companies, businesses, and investors do not. There's an old saying you might have heard of: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!". The idea that any of our bosses would give us the go ahead if we approached them to put our companies valuable data in a smart contract on a cryptocurrency called Chainlink, that they've never heard of, we'd be laughed out at best and fired on the spot at worst. We already have API data buyers and providers we trust.

'But Chainlink is trustless!' I hear you cry, but is that really a good thing? Just listen to the sound of it. Businesses don't want to spend millions of dollars on something that is trustLESS, they want something trustFUL. 'But the reputation system!', doesn't that defeat the whole point of your coin? If companies only trust nodes with high reputation, what's the difference between trusting banks and data providers that already have reputation, but in real life not on a computer screen.

The fact is, LINK is going to share the same fate as ETH will. A lot of 'real world application' hype, with a lot of 'crypto world application' reality. Only, this billion supply coin isn't going to come close to the $1k that Etherum hit. Happy gambling though anons.

>> No.11349471


What will $300 today get me in 2030?

>> No.11349476

fuck off, 1000 EOY linkies stay stinky

>> No.11349487

I successfully shilled my friend. I just told him about it. He read the white paper and told me, "shit you are right". Maybe your friends are just tards

>> No.11349493

>FINTECH pushes for ISO20022
This kills the LINK.

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>> No.11349735

what would you like to know?

>> No.11349847

people on 4chan will call you a larp.
>how were you able to afford this mansion anon?

>> No.11350089

Everything. What problem does it solve? Why does biz rave about it?

>> No.11350122


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don't fall for the link meme. It's overvalued at the moment

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Here, read this all.

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If a whale will spend some link to fill up my bag to 1k link i will make a personalized artwork/meme for that person related to link.

>> No.11350358

Sure maybe but the points are still valid and it’s exactly how a lot of are feeling at the moment.

>> No.11350360

Buying ChainLink at $0.33 is like buying Bitcoin at ____

Could someone complete that sentence?

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>> No.11350378

3.30 not three hundred

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>> No.11350416

Besides the big name twitter accounts. Every account associated with link has about 25 followers and they’re all following other link shill accounts lol

>> No.11350428

Here >>11350416

>> No.11350435

Ok this thread needs to die. Stop fucking circle jerking each other and fud. These threads pop up ever month just to confuse people but obviously sparse on details

>> No.11350593

well i bought the bottom so im not that mad and of course i should of sold my crypto at the top if i did i'd be a millionare but im still massively up from my initial investment soo yeah i missed eth but ive being around since late 2016 and theres still alot of potential left in crypto yes we have being in a bear market but i doesnt change the fact that crypto is an advancement on the granular level of data security and organisation on the internet

>> No.11350800

>not just the work of shills?
Its the work of a decentralised shill network.

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>> No.11350977

What if that's the answer. The NPC's have no vision, too abstract, and literally have cognitive blind spots for anything outside their hivemind.

>> No.11351024

He should get arrested for child porn possession and stop trying to be a smartass

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Lenocinium is going nuts today

>> No.11351059

Eth/link doesn't really even need BTC. Tokenized fiat would be sufficient.

In fact Jimmy Song doesn't even think BTC needs BTC except as means to pay your credit card bills.

If only there was a currency that could have a smartcontract layer as well then that would hit all the bases

>> No.11351064

I’m gonna save this thread and add it to the YouTube vid im making about the history of chainlink and the investor psychology

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>this autistic

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>> No.11351098

everyone knows, they just know better

stupid linkie

>> No.11351136

>That was 8 months ago
>February 2018
>Not knowing about chainlink before 2018
Anon, I'm sorry to inform you you're a newfag. You're right though.

>> No.11351868

>emotionally invested
The guy you are responding to is raising perfectly logical points. You're throwing back insults and emotion in response.

>> No.11352344

Youd be hard pressed to call the moon kiddies here investors.

>> No.11352575

You either have retarded friends or you don't know how to sell something. I shilled link to 2 of my friends who doesn't know much of crypto except bitcoin and eth, they bought their link bags the next day.

>> No.11352694

include inthe screencap thanks

>> No.11353327


Bullshit. they just trust you. You did not explain anything to them to make them realise the extent of link and why it is obvious. You cant and normies can never grasp it

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>> No.11353893

link pumping someone bought one million on binance

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>> No.11354249

Lol this is getting sad

>> No.11355094

global fiat collapse initiating today
I didn't buy enough PMs, guns, food, etc.
will rent benis to a lady in need

>> No.11355888

I think most linkies don't see the potential rsk of this investment because they don't know enough about investing and start ups

I'm still obviously bullish on link, and think there's shitloads of money to be made, but I know it could fail

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>> No.11355911


s p a c i n g

>> No.11355962

everything can always fail you dumdum, there is no 100%

>> No.11357118

Nigga a real but even average linkie knows, he's been through all the fud since a year and is proud of what Sergey is building since he is and will continue delivering

>> No.11357210

Even if you wanted to use it there is no fucking mainnet so you can't build POCs with it and go show it to your boss.
You can only put a theory concept on PPT, sound smart and then say no can't do it yet when asked when you would deliver

They are working on aggregation now publicly, but we all know what we wanna see is the reputation contract

There is shit ton of things to come from link, when. mainnet comes, every data/cloud/blockchain tech retard, me first, will get curious and start building some shit

>> No.11357292

you can trigger smart contracts on test net

>> No.11357308

It's decided. I'm going to find a way to get more money to invest in link. I'm 18, completely poor and no job. I'm at Uni, but it might be easy to drop out. What job or money making tips would you recommend? I want to hop on the train before it's too late.

>> No.11357320

yeah but you can't trigger a wire transfer based on a smart contract that was signed from both parties using docusing's digital signature's api

>> No.11357361

Cause mahfuckers don't think it be like it is, but it do.

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>> No.11357595

I wonder when you faggots will get tired of this Link bullshit.

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Maybe I'm biased and would like to think I'm friends with relatively smart, forward thinking people, but those I have talked about smart contracts and link just can't seem to comprehend it or simply lack interest. As many people have already pointed out already, most people are NPCs. They don't have any interest in discovering anything for themselves and want everything to be spoon fed to them. Reaping all the rewards with no work. Once it starts taking off, NPCs will FOMO, further fueling us past the moon and to fucking Mars. The best thing you can do is to keep your mouth shut, accumulate as much as possible and never show your power level. They'll say you got lucky and try to discredit your foresight, but you'll be the one on Lamboland while they're stuck paying off their student loans till their mid 40s and only hope of owning a home is to inherent the one given to them in their parents will.

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>> No.11358087

First off kid, do not drop out of Uni thinking you're going to make it big with cryptos.
The best way to get starting capitol is a job. Nothing wrong about working honestly so you can have some free'd up capitol. Even if it means working part time. If you live in America, try landing a job as a waiter while you're in school. With tips, it can net you a decent pay at a young age.

>I want to hop on the train before it's too late.
There no real urgency. No one in this thread thinks this is going to blow up in the next year. In the meantime, work your ass off, don't spend money on drugs, eat frugally and feed your investments like a fire. Remember though, LINK is high risk/high reward. Look into balancing your risk ratio by investing in safer options, but thats another story for another day.

>> No.11358154

You say cringe but we all know you’d be watching.

>> No.11358205

Chainlink is life. Chainlink is love.

>> No.11358289

Yo those digits tho

>> No.11358302

$666 eoy checkem

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You lack the thing. But that's okay. LINK-chan will help you.

>> No.11358395

You can't force digits. Kek gives his blessings where he will.

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Sorry for my mistake.

>> No.11358430

Or fudding it so you can keep accumulating when you get more money. It is printing money at it's finest - investing in something that you absolutely know (like BTC ETH and NEO before) will rise significantly in value in the near future.

>> No.11358478

Do you honestly think your fud has even a 0.0000000% effect on price?

>> No.11358553

Say you have 11k link. Will that be enough to make it or staking going to be a necessary

>> No.11358803

This. What % of the world population has more than $5,000 to invest right now? Then, how many of them are in crypto right now? Then, how many of them trust /biz or have even heard of /biz? Then, how many of them have decided to choose yes on Link instead of no based off of the FUD / SHILL campaigns going on? Then, how much would they even invest? My guess is that there are less than 5000 people who have more than a couple thousand dollars invested in Link.

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So true. Just like those digits.

>> No.11358849

Keep patting yourselves on the back fags. LINK IS SHIT

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Doesn’t include multiple accounts

>> No.11358958

>smartcontractdotcom registered in 2008

Why was sergey thinking about smart contracts in 2008? Has he really been working on this idea for 10 yrs??

>> No.11359037

You are not supposed to but the most shilled shitcoin in the latter history, but hey, it's your money after all lmao

>> No.11359061


>> No.11359066

Exactly, I do not think many Link Marines are stupid enough to keep all their link on one address....

>> No.11359086

Why's that a bad idea?

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Damn, I like this. Lt. General checking in. Feels good.

>> No.11359268

Jesus Christ man.
>centralized point of failure
>what’s wrong with putting all my decentralized oracle tokens on one centralized address?
Fucking brainlets. Do you even know what decentralization vs centralization means? I’ll make simple for you
>don’t put all your eggs in one basket because if that basket gets stolen you have no more eggs.

>> No.11359503

So I should have multiple coinbase accounts? How would I even send coins from one to the other? Use your brain idiot.

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>> No.11360251


Not everyone. I wasn't even able to get internet in my home until 2005.

>> No.11360468


Holy shit this makes me hard. Are we really gonna make it?

>> No.11360610

I just want to stop having nocturnal emissions so that I can sleep, retain my semen, and grow strong once again :(

>> No.11360619

More like 2014 when he took control of the domain

>> No.11360658

Why would this make you hard?

>> No.11360674

Settle down faggot. Save the dick talk for the truck stop.

>> No.11360722


Dude why would you ask that? Settle down m8 cmon.

>> No.11360883

what kind of a fucking creep are you, man? asking what turns anon on so you can pull some funny business?
literally gay

>> No.11361222

Checked and redlisted

>> No.11361228

I was there as well. So good

>> No.11361285

Holy shit.. I'm one of 225 people. That's kind of fucking insane.

>> No.11361326

Oh, fucking bait

>> No.11361670

I should move my shit off binance

>> No.11362067

yeah you wouldn't want your link to jump over the 2btc dailiy withdrawal limit

>> No.11362191

ok boyos i'm off to sleep make sure to keep this thread alive til november

>> No.11362266

200k on a ledger with a hidden extra passphrase, 60k on binance, I'm comfortable with that risk distribution

>> No.11362888

37K on Ledger.

12K on Binance.


>> No.11363040


how'd you get the hidden passphrase?


why not buy 2 Ledger's and not trust Binance at all?

Checked by the way

>> No.11363522

>link marines came to know how Sergey thinks
they really should make an action thriller about us
something like Cypher if anyone's seen it

>> No.11363529

this thread is literal cringe. its nice knowing a few of you will end up killing yourselves when you find out how useless chainlink is.

>> No.11363534

it solves the oracle problem

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>> No.11363562

You have to add all the numbers above it.