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16572135 No.16572135 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Another sunday, another bi-weekly payment. Got 8.33 Link, not bad huh?
Completely passive income from just holding a bit of LP, which will allow me to stake my Link and earn even more rewards (Linkpool is ready and just waiting for Sergey to finish and release staking).

Can you imagine the rush to staking pools once all the holders realize they aren't technically versed to run their own node?
Get in before the rush, anon. Join the Brotherhood of Linkpool:
https://staking.linkpool.io/dex

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16572139

Proof I got rewards directly from Linkpool.

>> No.16572153

if it's so good, why not shut up and accumulate more?

>> No.16572157

Imagine posting your actual wallet Id on 4chin

>> No.16572159

Socialism subsidies

>> No.16572175
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>>16572153
Got enough already. I want the number of holders to go up.

>> No.16572430

0.75 LINK per month for 1 LP share.
1 LP share = 38 ETH = 2678 LINK.
That's a return of 0.03% a month LMAOOO.
The absolute state of LP bagholders, trying to get people to buy into their illiquid holdings while it dumps as it's realized that staking won't be a thing for maybe a year, and there's no guarantee of returns unless there's utility.

>> No.16572466

>>16572430
I sold my lp share in March for the equivalent of 5000 linkies. No regrets.

>> No.16572480

>>16572175
right you're trying to dump your LP on idiots

a bag the size of yours probably costs like 100K right now

1LP pays you .8 LINK per month and costs 40ETH or $5000 price is way too high

>> No.16572497

>>16572480
Price is low when you figure future returns for 1LP will greater than 50k annual

>> No.16572539

>>16572497
LMFAO ok

Way smarter to just buy LINK. YOu don't need LP to stake and they only let you stake link 10 per share for the first year anyway lmfao

so you could buy 2500 Link or a share of LP that will pay you 20 link in a year..... gee hard choice .. crowdsale whales are greedy as fuck and dumping their .04 bags on dumbasses

>> No.16572540

>>16572135
I hold .04 LP and to date I have made .18 LINK. It's fucking retarded that I spent 3 ETH for this.

>> No.16572571

>>16572135
There are zero situations where buying shares of LP will earn you more than just using the money you would have spent on an LP share to just buy LINK.

>> No.16572674

>>16572540
How much Link would your 3 ETH have generated by now, hmm? Exactly 0!
Every little bit of Link matters in the long run.

>> No.16572688

>>16572674
3 ETh in a certain liqudiity pool on uniswap could have made you big bucks

>> No.16572722

>>16572688
>>16572540
He probably would have sent his 3 ETH to Richard Heart's HEX scam by now. (and be down 90% already).
But his LP will give him passive income for decades.

>> No.16572784

LP is like amazon sharing profits on 1000 total publicly traded shares.
Buying link might pay off now, but this LP share will generate ware more than my single node will.
LP will be used everywhere and by everyone.

>> No.16573525

I hold linkpool from the crowdsale. It's speculative with low returns right now. It's all based on network growth like link is. If they start to process 100* transactions in value it will be worth a lot.
I have it a complimentary hold. If link suceeds and I have a lot of value in my stack, I would want the opportunity to earn ongoing revenue as well. Linkpool enables that for me.

>> No.16573583

>>16572135
How to stake link and get free link?

>> No.16573603
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16573603

Shares in linkpool are too much like a security. It will end badly.

>> No.16573626

>>16572539
based

>> No.16573675

Why the fuck are people calculating the returns right now? It's not done. Theres no pools. Nobody is buying LP shares for the returns right now, we're buying for the prospective returns later. And also the rising price of LP shares, you know this shit used to be 10 eth per share, when I bought in it was 24. Now its 37ish and we've hit a high of 50.

Also do you guys see how much of a fee they're gonna take from all the cucks that use their pools?

>> No.16573685

>>16573525
Yeah I'll agree with this that you should have a sizable link stack first. I'm sitting on 26k LINK and 1.4 LP

>> No.16573691

https://etherscan.io/tokentxns?a=0x60e7cb73b6bb7506cffd803e60fcec5f7275af0c&p=1

>> No.16573716

>>16572539
>20 link in a year
>he thinks they will never take on another job
>he thinks 20 link a year is the earning potential

>> No.16573727

>>16573716
How do I even get this shit. Isn’t it like 10000 dollars for like 1 linkpool, forgive me for my retardation

>> No.16573738

20k LINK and 0.2LP here. Would have liked getting to 1LP but ah well.

>> No.16573780

>>16573716
>he thinks .04 LP is worth 3 ETH

This shit is illiquid as fuck. It is way overvalued an everyone dumping it is in this thread right now. Only 20 address are even receiving more than 1 link ATM.

If you missed the ICO there's no point in buying this shit. Running your own node is not that hard.Trying to sell 40x the ico price while link is up half that is ridiculous.

I'd buy for 5 Eth per share or so, but people fomoing in for 70eth per share got absolutely dabbed on

>> No.16573832

I own around 40k link and have no LP.

Why?

Link's success is a longshot - one I'm willing to take. But desu, there's many things that could go wrong. The adoption/development of DLT, smart contracts, oracles could be a nothingburger. Nevertheless the project makes sense to me, so I'm betting it'll be a key component of blockchain technology and smart contracts in the future.

Then LP came around. The risk/return for LP shares has never appealed to me. It seems to me like owning LP is owning a stake in a longshot company built on a longshot project... for that kind of risk, I'd expect great returns from day one (not less than 1% per year).

I know, I know, if they get more jobs the returns will increase. But that's a big "if". LP's success depends on the success of link AND it being successful against other node operators, which to me at this points looks like gambling (as if LINK wasn't gambling enough).

>> No.16574250

>>16572135
I definitely have more LP than you, this thread is kind of weird and it smells of reverse psychological fud.

>> No.16574267

>>16572430
>there's no guarantee of returns unless there's utility.
While I see where you are coming from, Linkpool has proved that they are one of the three main nodes. Everytime there is a new aggregator Linkpool, Chainlink and Fiews node are selected to participate in it on mainnet. The heartbeat is an interesting mechanism anon

>> No.16574625

LP is good and I got some in the ICO and as soon as it was available on their dex, but no way would I buy at current prices, I'd be more tempted to sell than buy.

Jonny and matt were greedy as fuck taking 75% of the profits - they should have taken 25% max, and this will limit demand for LP shares and see them outcompeted by other staking services in future.

I wouldn't take their word for it that linkpool is fully secure either.

Just buy link. With LP you're just stacking risk on top of risk, and with any decent sized investment in LINK you will make it anyway. Only buy LP if you already have at least 10k LINK and are fine with overpaying relative to the yield you'll receive

>> No.16574663

>>16574267
There are more than 60 nodes https://market.link/search/nodes

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>>16572135
Johnny rims horses

>> No.16574730

>>16573832
>i expect great returns from day one for a long shot company based on a long shot project
you’re one dense motherfucker

>> No.16574841

>>16574730
For me, the dividends per share seem way too low considering the specific risk involved (LP's success), and exposure to the risk/rewards of LINK's success seem to be best captured by LINK itself.

In other words, LP stocks seem overvalued to me since the start, so I haven't bought.

On the other hand, there's been many transactions at current (and higher) prices, which means that many believe the risk/reward ratio is right for them.

Does that make me dense? Maybe it does.

Best of luck!

>> No.16574879

>>16572135
Link is dead, its over

>> No.16574886

There will probably be other staking pools when the demand picks up. No point risking now.

>> No.16574953

>>16574886
Exactly

>> No.16574968

>>16574886
>>16574953
ahhh yes, the take no risk approach
hope you like 50 years of slaving for someone else

i took a small risk, and was repaid 50x
maybe you missed the boat... maybe
maybe linkpool has a workshop with google this week

>> No.16575002

>>16572571
Linkpool will probably become the biggest pool once link opens properly, earnings from lp might be yuge.

>> No.16575008

>>16572539
Its not just about the staking, you earn a piece of everything linkpool as a whole earns

>> No.16575018

No way in fucking hell I'm paying 40 ETH for this shit. I'd rather buy LINK

>> No.16575023

Staking will go live in 6 months, Jonny work for chainlink so linkpool
Are pretty much guaranteed to get the top jobs. No one has mentioned the other revenues linkpool will generate, such as marketplace, Naas and future pool and staking of other crypto’s like eth. It’s a gold mine when you start to look into it

>> No.16575024

>>16575018
You are way late. You should have bought at crowdsale, its not worth anymore... maybe.

>> No.16575050

>>16574663
Yes, but LP holders only benefit from LP node income so far (not counting market.link listing fees as node income).

>>16574886
>>16574953
>There will probably be other staking pools when the demand picks up. No point risking now
And almost all these new staking pools will use Linkpool audited contracts to become a pooled node, and therefore they will pay a percentage of their revenue as a fee to Linkpool.

https://medium.com/linkpool/creating-trustless-pools-and-staking-for-all-266451277e3f

This article makes me sallivate every time I read it

>> No.16575098

>>16575023
>Are pretty much guaranteed to get the top jobs. No one has mentioned the other revenues linkpool will generate, such as marketplace, Naas and future pool and staking of other crypto’s like eth. It’s a gold mine when you start to look into it
Staking going live doesn't mean ANYTHING, in the short term. This isn't something like SNX where putting in a certain amount yields another. It all comes down to utility, which is uncertain. It might not take off for another year or more. The marketplace and NaaS are also unknown variables, because we don't know how much demand for decentralization will be there. For all we know, most devs will be content with heartbeat nodes and their staked collateral.
>>16574267
Heartbeat is def interesting. You forgot to mention that all the 21 nodes will be featured in each heartbeat, one of which is LP's competitor SDL. Also, Chainlink will probably top out with 10 heartbeats to service Compound and the like. In any case, that will only 5x the LINK returns from there (the decreased the frequency by half) - 1 LP would give you 4 LINK a month. Still not worth it.
>>16574663
He was talking about heartbeat, not the currently unused marketplace.

>> No.16575105

why not just stake a % of your stack with crypto.com? They are looking more legit by the day and 6-8%

>> No.16575112
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16575112

What's this? Johnny shilling his Jew pool again?

Reminder: linkpool is overvalued and illiquid as fuck as other anons have pointed out. And there will be other pools when link steaking launches that don't take a Jewish 30% cut from your returns. Also, remember Johnny has a Jewish 30% or so cut of linkpool tokens to further steal your returns.

>> No.16575133

>>16575112
Never selling my lp fag. Also its 25%

>> No.16575153

>>16575105
That's not staking, it's lending. It seems legit -for now- and it's a good thing that it exist since Chainlink staking will have to compete with these ROI levels in order to be able to exist, but let's start calling things by their name.

>>16575098
>Staking going live doesn't mean ANYTHING, in the short term
People is struggling to understand this. If neet nodes are not used, there won't be any need for collaterals.
>You forgot to mention that all the 21 nodes will be featured in each heartbeat, one of which is LP's competitor SDL
SDL is not offering a crowdsale in exchange of part of their revenue, otherwise I would also be going all-in in another node. I don't understand why would I mention it in a LP node income conversation though.

>Chainlink will probably top out with 10 heartbeats to service Compound and the like.
Do you know what I like the most about Chainlink official blogpost? They subtly let you know what their plans and their internal roadmap is if you pay attention. After Threshold Signatures get implemented (probably more than a year away) IoT and insurance services on-chain will start to take off. I foresee that there will be other heartbeats, similar to Synthetix.

>He was talking about heartbeat, not the currently unused marketplace.
Correct

>>16575112
>Having several nodes and pooled nodes within a decentralized ecosystem is a bad thing
Ok

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>>16575133
WOW only 25%? Could have jewed better, Johnny. I'm disappointed.

Oh, one more thing. Never buying your shit token.

>> No.16575170

>>16575157
Less than you thought fag. Also never selling, no matter how much you kick and scream.

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>>16575153
>I don't understand why would I mention it in a LP node income conversation though.
Because this forum is supposed to be for discussion you absolute faggot shill. Kill yourself.

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>>16575170
Keep shitting up your thread, Johnny. I'm sure that will convince people to buy.

>> No.16575228

>>16575153
yeah I totally get it's lending, just lazy typing by me. Hopefully the market recovers and crypto lending becomes a profitable thing, albeit with lower % returns I'm sure.

>> No.16575243

>>16575182
NEVER SELLING. You cant buy even if you wanted to. Get that to your poo head

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16575265

LP is so illiquid it's ridiculous. A while back I sold ~0.5 LP and it crashed the price 50% in the subsequent days as other holders sold off.

>> No.16575301

>>16575050
SHUT THE FUCK UP

>> No.16575357

>>16575182
>>16575301
Kys

>> No.16575447

>>16574687
Based

>> No.16575511

I once sold this shit for $25 kek

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>>16575357
Hey Johnny

>> No.16575636

>>16574687
Where does this horse meme come from?

>> No.16576001

>>16573780
>imagine spending 1h per day every day just so you can keep your node feeds up to date and competitive in the marketplace
i have better things to do with my time

>> No.16576028

>>16575018
>No way I'm paying $7k for a single Bitcoin when I can buy thousands of XRP for the same USD amount.
I thought the plebs that only look at the nominal price would be gone by now.
There are only 1000 Linkpool shares in circulation, so obviously the price is high, but the marketcap isn't. LP is like 1% of Chainlink's total cap, which is not expensive for the first, most trusted and largest staking pool.

>> No.16576525

>>16575153
>SDL is not offering a crowdsale in exchange of part of their revenue, otherwise I would also be going all-in in another node. I don't understand why would I mention it in a LP node income conversation though.
No I meant that they're not the only staking service in town so their marketshare will be diluted. I honestly highly doubt that other competitors would want to use their open source pooling contracts, as they'd want to keep some of the revenue for themselves. Also, SDL has only mentioned that they would not have a token like LP which would determine the initial number of stakers in their contracts, but they did mention something about eventually pursuing funding.

>After Threshold Signatures get implemented (probably more than a year away) IoT and insurance services on-chain will start to take off.
I certainly hope so. I'm curious about who their IoT/Insurance partners are. There prob will be other heartbeats, though those aforementioned data feeds would be too specific to be provided like this. The Honeycomb Hackathon that was recently conducted had some interesting but probably rudimentary implementations of on-chain insurance, particularly from using weather APIs.

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