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With smart contracts, real-time price fluctuation calculations are easy.In other words, suppliers are “rebated” on a daily basis as opposed to a v basis.Much better cash flow for suppliers.

Ethereum Enterprise Alliance exists specifically for the purpose of convincing Fortune 500s to accept smart contracts.To quote their mission statement verbatim: “The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance connects Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors with Ethereum subject matter experts”.

Smart contracts are already being recognized as legally binding, both domestically and abroad.Arizona, Tennessee, Delaware, Vermont, and Nevada all already recognize smart contracts as legally binding.

Australia has launched a nationalized platform for smart contracts.

A 2015 World Economic Forum report on “Deep Shift Technology Tipping Points and Societal Impact” predicted that governments would be using blockchain to collect tax by 2023.

Openlaw had to do something woth tax, gov stuff hmmmmm....

“virtual companies” represent a huge economic revolution. OEMs have a multi-trillion-dollar global footprint.

The suppliers stand to greatly benefit too.Better reactivity, longer visibility, an OEM that is more in tune with their financial health, an OEM that sees the value of getting “beyond cost reduction” and shifting the focus towards collaborating for innovation, and 100% on-time payments.

>> No.12356572

this revolution is not dependent upon cryptocurrency.A stablecoin does not need to emerge.Virtual companies can be realized by having Chain Link and the Ethereum network piggyback on the open banking APIs trends ushered in by PSD2.

Nor is this revolution dependent on legal recognition breakthroughs that are unlikely to happen in the near future.the necessary legal hurdles are being rapidly cleared as we speak.

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Smart contracts (along with trends in open banking API ecosystems, robots, and artificial intelligence) allow the creation of unmanned “virtual OEMs” that have automated 75% of their present-day human workforces, supercharged their remaining human employees, and picked up a whole host of other efficiency bonuses along the way.

Which enables OEMs to:

1.Drastically increase, possibly double, net profits.

2.Boost revenue up to 20-30% by capturing market share from now-outmatched competitors.

3.Rival and potentially surpass tech companies in investor ROI and shareholder dividends.

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If the oracle is compromised, so is the entire contract; this is one reason why centralized oracle services are not considered a serious solution to “The Oracle Problem” in most cases”

The chosen oracle must be decentralized, which leaves us with Chainlink by process of elimination.

>> No.12356706

Good bread OP

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Checkd based and Red pilled. All in link.

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i like what youre selling OP, i might just buy in.

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as if we already didnt know that we are going to make it

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thnks anon fren

>> No.12357333

imagine not holding LINK

>> No.12357355

There is literally no reason smart contracts can’t be used with fiat.

There is literally no reason I would have to pay someone in some obscure ERC20 token in order to use smart contracts even if I use Ethereum instead of fiat.

>> No.12357390

Retard alert. Thanks to chainlink you'll be able to pay in fiat.

>> No.12357397

>There is literally no reason smart contracts can’t be used with fiat.

And that's why you can with Chainlink you 40IQ nigger.

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>> No.12357797

Wow, a good thread. Thanks OP. Surprised this article hasn’t been posted here more often.

>> No.12357841

TLDR: we will make it even if crypto doesn’t reach mass adoption. Comfy as fuck.

>> No.12357859

The_crypto_oracle participated in at least seven gang rapes while he served as a United States Marine in Iraq.

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>> No.12358127

I had a heart palpitation imagining LINK being used to facilitate the collectioin of trillions in tax dollars by industrialized nations. Godspeed everyone.

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Strap in

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link has the best memes

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more specific terms, smart contracts will allow OEMs to:

1. Stop bleeding money and time to a highly inefficient system for transferring money internationally (see part 8), an issue further exacerbated by the current extent of globalization in OEM supplier ecosystems (see part 7).

2. Gain market share from competitors through superior product differentiation. Smart contracts allow OEMs to dedicate more resources towards marketing, customer experience, design engineering, and product development (see part 2).

“By automating transactions, B2B companies will have more time to focus on other facets of their business, such as marketing, innovation and customer experience. Transactions are at the core of what B2B companies do, but by utilizing smart contracts they will be able to use finite resources to better the products or services they offer.”-Larry Myler, Forbes contributor and B2B sales expert

3. Dedicate more time to vital technology R&D efforts that are critical for staying competitive in the 21st century (see part 14).

4. Free up human employees from tedious tasks and operations drudgery so that they can engage in higher value-add activities (see part 2)

5. Outright eliminate entire operations, accounting, contract enforcement, risk management, and materials procurement divisions. After all, the network of transactions between customers/dealers/fleets, tier 1 suppliers, lower tier suppliers, and OEMs can be self-managing and self-optimizing (the whole whitepaper expounds on this, but primarily see parts 3, 6, and 12).

6. Sales forecast much more precisely. Make failures to ramp-up production at the right time and ramp-down production at the right time a thing of the past (see part 4).

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7. Eliminate countless inefficiencies and sources of waste. Such as the $6.8 billion lost by the North American auto industry each year to inefficient tracking and coordination of supplier shipments (see part 3).

8. Capture previously missed revenue streams (see the discussion in part 13 about supercharged patent attorneys).

9. Leverage the latest trends in fintech, cryptocurrency, and open banking (see part 8).

10. Become truly data-driven companies

11. Take advantage of the latest Internet-of-Things trends

12. Take supplier reactivity and communication to incredible new heights, even across multiple supplier tiers and continents. I.e. If an ASAP order from a VIP customer comes in, all materials procurement orders will automatically be placed within 20 seconds, all the way down to the tier-5 supplier in Shenzhen, China (see part 12).

13. Supercharge commodity managers (see part 14)

14. Take economies of scale to incredible new heights (see part 19)

15. Take capacity-based supplier management to new heights (see part 19)

16. Supercharge warranty engineers and thereby boost customer happiness (see part 13)

17. Provide 100% aftermarket uptime for commercial customers/fleets by pairing smart contracts with predictive telematics to eliminate a critical bottleneck (see part 13)

18. Manage supply chain risk better than ever before, both domestic and foreign. Avoid incidents like the Meridian Lightweight Technologies fire that stalled F150 production (see part 6). Alleviate foreign currency exposure risk and downsize hedging portfolios (see part 11).

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19. Better supplier relationships that amount to billions of dollars each year (see part 14)

20. Find suppliers in best cost countries and low cost countries that you didn’t even know existed (see part 6)

21. Optimize every last buying decision (see part 6)

Very powerful stuff. Let’s use a concrete example that highlights how much of a game-changer just a fraction of the above reasons could be:

Imagine if Ford’s latest $14 billion cost reduction effort didn’t involve $4 billion coming from engineering job cuts? Finding $4 billion in savings could have easily been achieved with just a fraction of the above reasons.

Thereby leaving them with more human capital for electrification and autonomous driving efforts. Their strategic position would have been much stronger.

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op is baysted and delphipilled

>> No.12358638

It’s all true

>> No.12358674

How is he wrong?

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Based Skelly was mirin' LINK

>> No.12358867

Nowhere does it mention chainlink in that article tho. Interesting to say the least.

>> No.12358900

Wrong. It’s mentioned several times. He adds a space between chain and link though.

>> No.12358972


have a bump OP and here’s archive to your fine thread

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>> No.12359168

since when is price consolidation considered “dumping”?

>> No.12359197

You failed in your search to find ChainLink and didn't bother reading the article, you pants shitting retard.

>> No.12359246

Would this raise the price of link tokens though? Also isn't it in Ethereums best interest to cut out middlemen like chainlink? Some anon posted fud that sharding would eventually make middlemen like chainlink unnecessary.

>> No.12359273

The problem with this is introducing chainlink is just adding another layer of volatility. ETH is volatile, but so is chainlink.

>> No.12359329

we are going to make it frens

>> No.12359403

Like how your labia produced unnecessary friction and got clipped during that summer you spent in Darfur rescuing child soldiers from Danny Glover's secret child army?

>> No.12359593

Goddamn, bullish as fuck. This will be a great fucking year

>> No.12359609

i cant imagine ayone not being *all-in* on LINK

>> No.12359673

This thread = FUD immunization

>> No.12359702

This FUD vaccine gave me autism

>> No.12359720

-X * -X = +X
thank me later..

>> No.12359806

Is ETH and LINK the god tier portfolio for the next bubble?

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>> No.12359869

No, LINK is.

>> No.12359874

I already have 60k linkies, and if smart contracts are the future, won't ETH be a big part of it?

>> No.12359912

Yes it will
ETH + LINK + MKR/DAI + A decentralized exchange is the future
Fiat/crypto gateways

>> No.12359951

Probably. >>12359912

>> No.12360011

Don't have high enough income to invest in all 4...I'll just stick with eth and link, thank you for the response.

>> No.12360015

I hope we see some fucking movement this year. It is hard to wagecuck knowing what I know and that freedom is just tantalizingly close

>> No.12360030

This thread is gonna kill me. All i have is like 6k LINK and 5 ETH. I need just 150k$ to "retire" in my second world shithole. After than i can concentrate on writing.

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6k link will get you 150k no problem

>> No.12360079

I hope so, marine. It's so fucking hard to wagecuck nowadays, even though my job is related to my "passion". God bless all link marines and Sergey.

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>> No.12360112

Kek, you are literally me. Same amount of link, also second world shithole and I'm also planning on retiring with 150k

>> No.12360119

What country? Also what you mean by second world?

>> No.12360121

Holy shit you guys are me

>> No.12360160

wanna be waltonchain scam

>> No.12360167

Probably usa

>> No.12360194

Eastern Europe I imagine.

>> No.12360247

First world countries where fully industrialized countries in the US-block during the cold-war.
Second world countries where semi/fully-industrialized countries in the Soviet-block
Third world countries are developing countries

>> No.12360295

Checked. Trips of truth

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>> No.12361218

Bro im failing my university right now and i will lost my best wagecuck job i can imagine till singularity (nice and well payed “sit here and pretend you are not here” internship) and then i will need to work in mcdonald or some shit till i make it. Help me

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>> No.12361515

ETH's philosophy is to be a platform and absorb plugins, Chainlink is a plugin.

"Do one thing and do it well"

>> No.12361748

Imagine not holding Chainlink

>> No.12361778

People still complain about self-checkouts and driverless cars, yet smart contracts, which are much more dangerous, are supposed to take over normies' lives.

>> No.12361799

it's coming man, it is going to happen at this point and it's kind of incredible how over a year later and it still is this much under the radar, but the shift has started. articles name dropping LINK are coming out weekly now, last year at this time nobody mentioned anything.

>> No.12361805

Riddle anon here. I am sorry for the nonsense the other day. I have something for you, Steffen Lamparter, Siemens. The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?

>> No.12361847


Something tells me they won't bitch about punching out at work and getting their paycheck for the day immediately deposited into their bank account.


>> No.12361891

Why would they pay daily fees for the contract to be executed? You realize there are very good reasons why wages aren't paid daily even with our current system, right? You realize employers will never let full control to a blockchain nor could any oracle reliably tell if you decide not to come in on any day except with very intrusive tracking technology?

>> No.12361983

Actually, smart contracts will eventually lead us to a dystopian society with an over intrusive technology controlling every aspects of our lives. The good thing is, im going to be on the rich side

>> No.12362002

Just found that his sister Sophie Lamparter is in San Francisco and works for dartlabs.io

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>> No.12362035

The mistake is thinking the normies would accept it. They already freakout about self-checkouts ffs.

>> No.12362077


Imagine if employers start offering that as a perk, to compete for workers?

They'll be able to fire most of the accounting and payroll departments anyway.

>> No.12362126

Why does everyone think smart contracts have to be run by some omnipotent AI. You realise that they can have manual inputs?

>> No.12362127

You don't need smart contracts to automate payrolls. What do smart contracts even add? The company I wageslave for automates everything through Workday. There are no HR people on any site besides the corporate HQ.

>> No.12362137

Ultimate chadfolio

>> No.12362141

It's not a smart contract if you have manual inputs. It's just called an online payroll software.

>> No.12362149

You're on it anon. The truth is out there.

>> No.12362188

Are you an insider riddle anon? How do you have all the leads?

Hope all is well.

>> No.12362202


They're still paying that company.

So that company automates smart contracts.

How about a few years from now, car manufacturers chip all of the body panels, etc. to communicate with your chosen insurance company.

You get in a car accident and within hours your insurance company direct deposits your insurance payment for the damage flagged in their computer.

Because of that, they just fired a few thousand adjusters, each making $70k/year.

>> No.12362231

Thanks. I like to think I was in the right place at the right time. Here's something else for you good anon https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-03/tesla-stock-on-a-blockchain-offers-hint-of-where-crypto-s-headed

>> No.12362243

It is.

>> No.12362255

When can I retire already! Thanks for the crumbs by the way

>> No.12362304

It's just regular automation & software. There is no need for any smart contract on a public blockchain over which you have no control if something goes nor do you need any shitcoin to go with it.

>> No.12362316

they will just use stable coin at the market price conversions for the link/eth

>> No.12362402

I am going to answer you with a definition of digital share. A Digital share is a digital equivalent or mirrored token issued by the Company on the Ethereum blockchain network against a traditional underlying share of a global company publicly traded on stock exchanges around the world. Soon normies will trade their Facebook stocks using Chainlink. That is when we retire young anon.

>> No.12362467

The whole point of being a normie is that technology is imposed upon you. They don't have a choice.

>> No.12362489

how many do i need to retire young, i'll go market buy them now

>> No.12362503

What make you of industries and sectors of global commerce in pic related possibly adopting Chainlink? Do you think any of that’s likely?

Seeing as securing voting systems against fraud is a possibility, It’s like link is going to be internet 2.0 in terms of impact on society.

>> No.12362511

Another "application" with no point at all. What do tokens add except for the potential for fraud? When was the last time a real-life stock exchange was "hacked" besides the Dark Knight movie?

>> No.12362663

My guess is 5k to retire with a million dollars in two years.
Pic related? About global commerce look into Toshiba, the company adopts Ethereum = Chainlink very soon.
Possible to trade foreign stocks that wouldn't be easily available otherwise, possible to trade when the stockmarkets are closed and possible to buy fractions of a share.

Do you want to believe?

>> No.12362701

More questions anyone? We are all going to make it.

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Imagine being this stupid

>> No.12362733

Which use cases do you think are going to drive speculation the most?

>> No.12362765

Yes. Will you share a few lines with me at the linky yacht party next year?

>> No.12362808

For those who are lucky enough to understand Chainlink as a protocol I think it's simply the fact that it is used everywhere. For normie investors Ethereum will probably be a lot more familiar name and for Ethereum I believe there will be massive speculation on the vastness of US financial services moving in on the platform after the first EU banks start experimenting. As said Chainlink (ethereum too) is a protocol, people may not know the names of the protocols they are using when sending an e-mail, but they know the name of the provider.

>> No.12362830

In one way or another, yes.

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>> No.12362877

Are you talking about DX.Exchange here? Does their platform use CL as a protol?

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>> No.12362901

Riddle anon signing off for today. To summarize. One of my earliest riddles "Estonia" has seen daylight. Estonia will start trading US stocks mirrored as digital shares using Chainlink. This includes stocks like Facebook, Tesla and Google. I also told you to look into Siemens and a guy named Steffen Lamparter. The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?

>> No.12362905

Yes, that is correct

>> No.12362914

Thank you based riddler.

>> No.12362932

Also global commerce was brought up and I told you Toshiba is building something very exciting with CL

>> No.12362948

Damn. Shit’s legit. 1 year ago prediction...thanks riddle anon!

>> No.12362970

Meant to copy this thread >>/biz/thread/6501665

>> No.12362979

200$ in two years? I’m shitting my pants. That sounds like way too much but what do I know...I would be more than happy with 50$

>> No.12363018

Hey, Brazillian anon here, where can I buy LINK like y'all do??
The BR site I'm currently using has only a handful of cryptos
Also, we'll make it, anons.

>> No.12363025

That one is another riddle anon. Here is my post I made before that anon >>/biz/thread/S6496647#p6498774 . Don't forget to larp as Riddle anon everyone. It adds to the lore. The truth is out there

>> No.12363026

>My guess is 5k to retire with a million dollars in two years.
I like chainlink but no way in hell is it going to reach 200 dollars a token.

>> No.12363053

I know there are a few of you. Great stuff all the same. Can’t really see LINK hitting 200$ so soon. This bear has branded my mind.

>> No.12363063

Even if the larpers are right, how the hell do they know what price link will reach? Too many variables involved. IIRC, that riddle anon larper also predicted 10 dollars per link token eoy 2018.

>> No.12363074

D a B M. You won't understand Chainlink's value proposition with the same mindset you're used to create these doubts

>> No.12363086

How do you know these things anyways? Are you connected to the chainlink team? Do you work in finance?

>> No.12363097

Totally agree. One thing is having insider info, another is predicting price. Totally unpredictable. We just know it’ll be much higher. We have these expectations à la ETH/ANS/XRB but nobody knows If it’s gonna be 10$, 20$, 100$ or 1$...all we can do is hold

>> No.12363101

So it’s time. To dig

>> No.12363130

this is the most bullish post I have ever seen for chainlink. you have convinced me to buy some stinkies anon

>> No.12363137

>A digital exchange opening next week

I’m not following. This exchange will use chainlink and it will open this week...does that mean mainnet is going to be out this week? Anyone got anything on this?

>> No.12363138

It all comes to me in dreams and during my episodes. Hope you all have a good upcoming week! The truth is out there.

>> No.12363148

When will BM come to light again?

>> No.12363164

What you call mainnet is a process. This upgradeable software. There is no versions or launchings. The mainnet is already "out" as far as I'm concerned.

>> No.12363172

You mean BLMA? I'm not sure. I hope soon lol

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You’re blowing my mind right now.

>> No.12363236

Surely DX Exchange has transactions you can point us to on one of Ethereum's testnets, right?

>> No.12363246

That would be the cherry on top. I have no idea how to read what’s going on over on testnet.

>> No.12363250

Well, it is Sunday.

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>> No.12363263

I am sorry anon, but I can't be bothered to start searching, but it'll be official soon enough. I am sorry everyone for everything I have done. Pass on the good

>> No.12363269

Thou art forgiven.

>> No.12363289

Don’t prostrate yourself. You are doing god’s work. Wish you the best!

>> No.12363308

>I am sorry everyone for everything I have done
Why are you being so weird?
This shit is going to dump into the earth's core, isn't it. We have, once again, been bamboozled.

>> No.12363320


this concerns me, hopefully the information you have told us doesnt hurt the project

>> No.12363326

i meant this post >>12363263

>> No.12363336

As retard as some of us are, I’m sure someone will find a way to make waves. As long as we don’t doxx riddle anon, it’s okay.

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>> No.12363359

whales will be staking right? no way will it reach near $1000 dollars when people own 100,000s to dump whenever they want.

>> No.12363371

>I am sorry everyone for everything I have done. Pass on the good

>> No.12363374

>Melanie Swan, Singularity University, USA
Fuuuuck you.

>> No.12363377

Well, taking into account what chainlink is supposed to do...maybe we will finally see real adoption and real demand. Enterprises have a lot more money to buy shit than a few million neets buying BTC with lunch money.

>> No.12363386

Forget everything I've said and mods delete this thread, please.

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It’s all coming apart, isn’t it

>> No.12363411

How many link do i need to guarantee 10million? I have 100k right now

>> No.12363423

>Alex Norta, Tallinn University of Technology, >Estonia
There it is.

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Goddamn I am taking notes on this shit. Mindblowing.

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>> No.12363457

You got more than enough. Just depends if you can hold or not. I believe a lot of us will be left behind on the first true rise of the singularity. Thinking it’s just too great of a pump and it HAS to retrace and we will lose our stacks forever like that guy who didn’t buy eth because it was too expensive at 40$ or whatever...

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Digital Asset Blythe Masters
I love mummy!!!

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Haven’t seen this before. Looking forward to a good dig.

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>> No.12363571

Just shows how enmeshed Sergey was from early on. He's the only one on that committee who isn't from an academic background.

Andrew Miller is there and so is Steffen Lamparter who Riddle anon has pointed us towards.

>> No.12363615

LINK oracle nodes could satisfy both ends of a smartcontract to check an escrow account simultaneously to exchange X amount of any crypto to a specific wallet for USD fiat sent to a specific bank account hypothetically. This, is of course, a rather basic explanation and there might be a better way it can operate.

>> No.12363690

Sergey is satoshi nakamoto. You know considering Ari Jules had a lot to do with the POW protocol. Why you think all that volumed happened on the 3rd? All the whales who know are now supporting satoshis new project. Can’t believe you spergs haven’t figured it out.

>> No.12363693

How brilliant is Nick Szabo to come up with the idea in 1997?

LINK is going to be fucking huge.


>> No.12363714

my problem is ive figured it out, but have no more fiat to invest without my kids not eating. fingers crossed 50k is enough

>> No.12363735

Damn son, I’ve got 29k. That’s more than enough. Literal shitcoins have x1000. Have patience.

>> No.12363737

There's lots of reasons to believe that, but not enough to know.

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>> No.12363794

how "soon" will trading of digital shares be available?

>> No.12363921

Oh right, someone who can't code and runs the Biz Dev component of Smart Contract is Nakamoto? Someone who was 18-20 at the time?

>> No.12363931

> he doesn’t know

>> No.12363938

is bitcoin complex code or just a unique idea?

>> No.12363954
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He would have to be an engineer, no?

>> No.12363957

>muh bread crumbs

Simple fact is Link will never moon because the team owns half of the circulating supply.

>> No.12363958

Yeah while he was an intern at FirstMark he used his free time to whip up Bitcoin.

>> No.12363972

I think there is truth to this article, but what are we gonna do with all the dummies who can’t be retrained to work in PR or whatever? If this goes down we will see something like UBI maybe?

>> No.12364031


Ripple never mooned? Stellar never mooned?

Fuck off.

>> No.12364125

chainlink is going to replace the need for mankind. We will become the redundant protocol.

>> No.12364371

Holy shit
Next week

>> No.12364373

They have added several tasks to the pivotal tracker. Dates continue all the way to spring.

>> No.12364381

This. So a better protocol can emerge.

>> No.12364394

Holy shit so mainnet in Q4 at earliest, considering how task are done, there are still some unfinished tasks from November

>> No.12364417

Guys wtf that DX. Exchange is launching today. Check out their Twitter page

>> No.12364431


>My guess is 5k to retire with a million dollars in two years.

$200 is not happening within the next two years.

>> No.12364436

Yes it is

>> No.12364450

I would probably die it that ever came true.

>> No.12364497


This desu

>> No.12364765

Ok QuK

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Uhhh... guys. He liked the linkedin post. He's vice pres of sales.

>> No.12364951

Big names are apparently clients for the software testing company he's part of. Microsoft, FedEx, etc.

>> No.12364974

I just want to live in that turtle neck everytime I see here smiling like that it just kills my anxiety

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she is the perfect mummy gf
I love Blythe!

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Just made this.
We're hitting comfy levels that shouldn't even be possible.

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>> No.12365054

Where can I get LINK in Brazil?
Shit's nowhere, where the fuck y'all getting some?

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>> No.12365065

Jesus. Hope you are joking

>> No.12365067

You need to buy btc or eth on an exchange with your brazilian money then send that btc or eth to binance to buy link.

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>> No.12365100

Unfortunately not

Thanks a lot for the info, anon

>> No.12365203

>buy btc on whatever exchange you have in brazil
>send btc to binance
>buy link with btc
>withdraw link to paper wallet, metamask, or ledger

>> No.12365335

You just made it so much easier to me, fuck, Ty!

>> No.12365348

Go all in on DAI

>> No.12365431 [DELETED] 

I dont know if you are newfags or what but Chainlink at full circulating supply and at Ripples ATH would be worth fucking 150 usd. We gonna make it you like it or not.

>> No.12365506

Oh yeah Blythe, didnt she left Digital Asset in December ? Why did she left tho ? Isnt that bearish for us ?

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>> No.12365516

CDI Link is my spirit animal.

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>> No.12365861

Cd-I link and TP Zelda are a gift from the Universe

>> No.12366012

hello fren, 6k here and strugglin
also 150k would be makin it wtf
where you

>> No.12366029

My body is ready. Thank you riddleanon

>> No.12366053


Idk if this is it, but somebody is playing around with a LOT of tokens named as stock symbols. I'm too much of a brainlet to understand wether Chainlink is/was involved in this. It's quite old though.

>> No.12366420

There aren’t nodes using/receiving LINK tokens, so I’m not sure what you mean by this

>> No.12366869

Why to even hold if you don't think so?

>> No.12366999

Maybe he already knows the companies using testnet and he's hinting towards a seamless transition from test to main. Clearly, he's in the know. More than us at least.

>> No.12367060

>using testnet
Testnet is irrelevant at this point because very few projects are using it.

>> No.12367077

Stop making shit up. Do you want to believe?

>> No.12367205


>> No.12367356

You really think 100 dollar link is possible??

>> No.12367361

So DX.Exchange launches today, by the startup company based in Estonia. I have a feeling this is what riddle anon was alluding to. This exchange creates tokens representing real world stocks. Now I see where the need of an oracle comes from, the need for the price of these stocks which is all off chain data.

Now the question is are they using chainlink? I’m guessing they’re using a permissioned blockchain. Any ideas?

>> No.12367471

Fucking bullshit... its just DX.Excahnge dev promoting his shitty startup... Dont believe everything or you will end up being scammed

>> No.12367482

Lol. This has been my thoughts for a while now

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>> No.12367574

No chance

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>> No.12367717

I don’t think $100 link either. In all honesty

>> No.12367736

$10 Link is a reasonable bet, plan your stacks accordingly.

>> No.12367880

hope that i can reach 100k link in the next two years

>> No.12367932

People that think $10 will be the top will sell too early and regret it for the rest of their lives.

>> No.12367953

$15 to $20 imo

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I only have 200k Link which is nowhere near enough to actually make it.

All these Linklets with 10k stacks singing about 1k eoy are starting to piss me off with their propaganda. It was a joke and they are actually believing it and causing FOMO in newfags preventing the dump. I need to make it to 500k before mainnet for fucks sake. Link is only going to $5 max. Right now I might make 1MM before tax on that, but tax will take a big chunk out of that then inflation will fucking ruin me over the next decade.

Even if I chuck the 1MM into a dividend stock that pays out well and I get 70k a year of it, it's not enough to beat inflation unless I basically live in poverty as a neet and keep my wagecuck job in the meantime so I don't have to sell any retirement Link. In 10 years that 70k a year will feel like 20k a year. You need a minimum of 2MM, but more likely 3MM to make it. The upper predictions for Link where about $60 but that was made during the bullrun of last year, and it assumed that the overall crypto market cap would still be expanding and BTC would go on to 1MM a Bitcoin and that we would be in a full blown crypto FOMO hype bubble when mainnet came out and we got our price singularity. All of that isn't going to happen anymore.

The singularity is cancelled. Now we will have a slow growth to $5. And the sad but ironic thing is most people on this board will hold from 20 cents, to $5 and then hold all the way back to sub $1 again because you all believe the 1k eoy memes, and just like the retards who held BTC and didn't sell at 19k, you will do the same with Link at $5. Looking at the current charts depresses the fuck out of me when I know I only have 200k Link, nowhere near enough to make it.

At best I will have 1-2 sweet years, and then return to wagecucking after that. But it will be worse because I will have tasted freedom and know what I am missing out on.

>> No.12368127

Riddle Anon's Clue - Toshiba, ChainLink. Could the connection be David Cao?


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Who is all in?

>> No.12368187

Who's not?

>> No.12368204

if you don't think that link has the capacity to go 100k sats while btc will also x10 in a couple of years, then 'm sorry but you're fucking dumb.

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where are you leading us, riddle anon....

>> No.12368388

>t deluded poorfag

>> No.12368416

there were goddamn shitcoins that didnt even do anything that went 500x during the 2017/2018 bullrun

consider what chainlink has the possibility of being and ask urself why you only think $10 is a possibility

>> No.12368459

Link will become new world reserve currency
All despots must trade oil in LINK or face regime change

>> No.12368659

That was a once in a lifetime bubble newfag. It won't happen again in crypto. You get one of those about once per decade across various industries (00 = dotcom, 08 = real estate, 18 = crypto). If you're looking for retarded gains like that you need to find the next bubble. It won't be in blockchain.

>> No.12368721


I don't have a problem with it reaching $200, it's just unfathomable that it will happen within the next two years. If I'm proven wrong then fair enough.

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lamb sauce located?

>> No.12369009

Remember, we're all in this together.

>> No.12369016

This is the truth

>> No.12369262

No it isnt

>> No.12369420

Do you get paid to post this shit or do you profit somehow? I'm all about shitposting but this sort of subversive behavior confuses me. You're not fooling anyone who has legitimate money to invest. You're going after low income low IQ casuals who don't participate in the market? Explain.

>> No.12369473

Doubtful. Bunch of shitcoin followers on Twitter for OneLedger. Pajeet level stuff below the ilk of CL.

>> No.12369518

How dumb you need te be to really believe LINK cannot reach Ripples ATH marketcap ? How dumb you need to be to not realize LINK at its full circulating supply and at the ATH of XRP marketcap would be $150

>> No.12369542

If link is really big as we are memeing itand if its going to be adopted by all these institutions, there is no way link cannot reach 100b marketcap.

>> No.12369796

Yeah buts it’s a massive fucking IF

>> No.12369811

Just quoting assblaster who estimated after all is said and done link to be around $10

>> No.12369833

Xrp is a piece of crap, I don’t see how link can’t reach rank 2 if not 1.

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>> No.12370860

imagine if she saw this

>> No.12370869

Is the real estate bubble really comparable to crypto? I don’t know shit about the 08 crash, so I’m genuinely curious. Did property value see explosive growth the way crypto did?

>> No.12370914

They might be using the centralized version of ChainLink currently and when mainnet launches they'll transition to the decentralized network

Just a guess, don't see how they would be using ChainLink any other way currently

>> No.12371118

how can you prove that there arent?

>> No.12371573

You can't prove a negative.

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She would be happy because mummy loves all of us!

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>> No.12372878

Hey Hey my Crypto Army! Chico Crypto here, mainnet will go live on February 10th! You heard it here second.

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No, those patents describe automation software used for robotic machinery in industrial settings. I literally work with Siemens automation at my job, it helps us automate processes such as air dampers opening because of temperature, pressure sensors and other instrumentation imput. I monitor it on a screen where the graphic is and can check electrical imputs based on sensor feedback to tell if the robotic automation is working correctly to make sure mechanical systems such as HVAC or process machinery is working the way it should. This literally has fuck all to do with crypto currency and everything to do with software controlling electronic valves.

The fact that you are saying "you're on to it" is asinine. You deserve to get busted in the head with a wrench for your moronic open-endedness and wasting people's time.