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So a lot of people are wondering wtf yesterday's announcement means. This is a good article outlining it:
https://www.ledgerinsights.com/baseline-protocol-ey-consensys-microsoft-enterprises-public-blockchain/

Here is John Wolpert
https://twitter.com/jwolpert/status/1235346581190316038?s=20
>Global Product Exec. Cofounder of
@ibmblockchain, @hyperledger, @ConsenSys
[email protected]

And for the more academically minded anons here, have a review of the new paper published by Cornell and IC3 regarding the topic of Order-Fairness for Byzantine Consensus:
https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/269.pdf

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>>17592334
Piece of shit nigger wont even break $5 fucking clown market fuck this world.

CHAINLINK $1000 EOY

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>>17592334

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>>17592334
this news about DMM came out recently as well
very good stuff
we're seeing higher scale adoption now and not just crypto-to-crypto partnerships

https://twitter.com/chainlink/status/1234496138092437504?s=20 (embed)

previous thread talking about the CIA connection:
https://yuki.la/biz/17498636

Chainlink Tonight mentioned it recently in his video:
https://youtu.be/UFDCC6sRDr0

more about DMM:
https://medium.com/dmm-dao/defi-money-market-dmm-and-chainlink-launch-higher-yield-money-market-on-the-ethereum-mainnet-9a48eed1f40d

>> No.17592589

>>17592354
> he doesn’t know we don’t need casual investment to pump

>> No.17592612

>>17592354
LINK is not really involved in it much

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to keep the thread up and add to the discussion, Chico Crypto did a nice breakdown on CZ and Justin Sun and what happened in Malta:
https://youtu.be/Rf430XYsBW0

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>>17592334
choice quote from the article:
ConsenSys’ John Wolpert, who was also on the founding team of Hyperledger Fabric, explained what Baseline is and isn’t: “This is not a platform. It’s not a product. It’s not a coin, a token. It is a way of using the main net (public Ethereum) that will be acceptable, we think, to very conservative corporate CSOs (chief security officers), CIO, CTOs, where they can finally say, yep, it’s okay to use the main net in this way.”

>> No.17593018

>>17592354
link mentioned with other shitprojects, yuppiduu

>> No.17593052

>>17592334
Are you aware that Hyperledger is using the Hedera Consensus Service, and that IBM is sitting on the Hedera council? It's happening, but it's not happening on ETH

>> No.17593059

>>17592334
what does this mean for Verasity tho?

>> No.17593073

>>17593052
Doesn't matter for Chainlink, since Chainlink and Hedera's been partnered for most of a year by this point. Blockchain agnostic, anon.

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>>17593052
>It's happening, but it's not happening on ETH
>Today EY, Microsoft and ConsenSys unveiled the Baseline Protocol. The aim is to empower enterprises to adopt the public Ethereum blockchain for complex and confidential processes, without storing sensitive data on-chain.
>THE AIM IS TO EMPOWER ENTERPRISES TO ADOPT THE PUBLIC ETHEREUM BLOCKCHAIN
the discord trannies surely aren't sending their best

>> No.17593130

>>17593073
Yes I know
>>17593079
You're getting your news from publication which have a vested interest in ETH. They have been lying about Hedera for a while now...
https://youtu.be/XfGGMhzMfS8
https://youtu.be/SF362xxcfdk

>> No.17593191

>>17592988
Sounds like companies are going toward platforms that don't even need coins or tokens

Doesn't sound great for chainlink

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>>17593130
>You're getting your news from publication which have a vested interest in ETH.
https://consensys.net/blog/press-release/ey-and-consensys-announce-formation-of-baseline-protocol-initiative-to-make-ethereum-mainnet-safe-and-effective-for-enterprises/

>The Baseline Protocol is an open source initiative that combines advances in cryptography, messaging, and blockchain to deliver secure and private business processes at low cost via the public Ethereum Mainnet
>ethereum mainnet

it isn't the publication saying this, it's Baseline saying it
are you making the case for Baseline misrepresenting their goals and that they have unannounced plans to implement hedera?

>>17593191
>Sounds like companies are going toward platforms that don't even need coins or tokens
>Doesn't sound great for chainlink
actually it's great for chainlink
chainlink's main value proposition is that they are the link between the real world data and DLTs
chainlink will be heaving the real world data into the blockchain space and the tokens will be used to ensure that the data is accurate and executed as agreed

if you want to learn more about the tokenomics of chainlink you should read up on these articles
https://medium.com/understanding-basic-chainlink-tokenomics/the-basics-bb6fca307703
https://medium.com/understanding-basic-chainlink-tokenomics/chainlink-tokenomics-the-guide-to-understanding-a-unique-asset-class-link-b766d5a89759

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>>17593247
ok, don't buy hbar then

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You are being misled by snakes and liars. Leemon Baird is the Truth, and Hbar is the One.

>> No.17593457

>>17593247
>tokens will be used to ensure that the data is accurate and executed as agreed

According to Baseline, this can be done without a token

>> No.17593466

>>17593457
Usage of Baseline can be done without a token, because the token usage is back of house paperwork abstracted away from the user. It's a USD ramp.

>> No.17593476

>>17593466
This anon fucks

>> No.17593498

Ubt and link

>> No.17593510

>>17593247
What do you think of the amazon QLDB DAML integration? Will they be using LINK even if they have centralized database? Is there any need for LINK in that scenario? Smart contracts being run on a centralized database, why need decentralized oracles?

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https://twitter.com/coindesk/status/1233052028487770113
https://twitter.com/coindesk/status/1228412721806413825

Look at the comments. Coindesk is completely corrupt

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>>17593457
>According to Baseline, this can be done without a token
that statement doesn't invalidate chainlink tokenomics since baseline isn't performing the same function as chainlink
namely, Baseline isn't looking to be a decentralized oracle, but is serving another purpose:
>>17593466
>It's a USD ramp.

for further reading:
ConsenSys’ John Wolpert, who was also on the founding team of Hyperledger Fabric, explained what Baseline is and isn’t: “This is not a platform. It’s not a product. It’s not a coin, a token. It is a way of using the main net (public Ethereum) that will be acceptable, we think, to very conservative corporate CSOs (chief security officers), CIO, CTOs, where they can finally say, yep, it’s okay to use the main net in this way.”

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Buy ubt.

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>>17593514
>https://twitter.com/coindesk/status/1228412721806413825
I didn’t know there could be something worse than “journalism” until I read “crypto journalism”

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>>17593510
>What do you think of the amazon QLDB DAML integration?
haven't looked into that actually
AWS has been relatively quiet
what really interests me is how three major tech giants (Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle) engaged in corporate war to win the JEDI DOD contract.

Microsoft ended up winning the $10 billion bid:
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/25/technology/dod-jedi-contract.html

but I believe that Oracle tried getting an edge with the chainlink integration and even filed for an appeal over the RFP process:
https://techcrunch.com/2019/08/26/oracle-files-new-appeal-over-pentagons-10b-jedi-cloud-contract-rfp-process/

in the longterm, I understand that all systems that want to use oracles (including Amazon) will eventually go with chainlink as the standard

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>>17592334
anybody have a chance to review the newest paper by the Cornell and IC3 team?
https://eprint.iacr.org/2020/269.pdf

consensus algorithms are fascinating to me due to their quantum-like nature

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>>17593833
>I believe that Oracle tried getting an edge with the chainlink integration and even filed for an appeal over the RFP process

"In December, Oracle sued the government for $10 billion, at the time focusing mostly on a perceived conflict of interest involving a former Amazon employee named Deap Ubhi. He worked for Amazon prior to joining the DOD, where he worked on a committee of people writing the RFP requirements, and then returned to Amazon later. The DOD investigated this issue twice, and found no evidence he violated federal conflict of interest of laws."

even the appearance of a potential conflict of interest should be enough to disqualify you from being on the RFP committee

then again it's government so criminality is an inherent part of the process mainly due to the fact that they control the issuance of "currency"

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>>17593851
The abstraction of state machine replication has been investigated in cryptography and distributed systems literature for the past three decades. At a high level, the goal of a state machine replication protocol is for a set of nodes to agree on an ever-growing, linearly ordered log of messages (transactions).

Two properties need to be satisfied by such a protocol: (1) Consistency - all honest nodes
must have the same view of the agreed upon log — that is, they must output messages in the same order; and (2) Liveness - messages submitted by clients are added to the log within a reasonable amount of time. In this paper, we will use the terms state machine replication and consensus2 interchangeably.

Unfortunately, neither consistency nor liveness says anything about the actual ordering of transactions in the final log. A protocol that ensures that all nodes agree on the same ordering is deemed consistent regardless of how the ordering is generated. This leaves room for the definition to be satisfied even if an adversary directly chooses the actual transaction ordering, which is discomforting
considering that the ordering is often easy to manipulate [10]. Moreover, in all existing protocols that rely on a designated “leader” node (e.g., [16, 35, 45]), which includes most used in practice, an adversarial leader may choose to propose transactions in any order.
In this paper, we formulate a new property for byzantine consensus which we call order-fairness.

Intuitively, order-fairness denotes the notion that if a large number of nodes receive a transaction tx1 before another one tx2, then this should somehow be reflected in the final ordering.


Ari and his ace-team of crack cryptographers hitting another one out of the park
good work gentlemen

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>>17593528
some more good news:
https://medium.com/realtplatform/pushing-real-estate-data-to-the-chain-98d8f1429e99

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>>17592334
I wanna ask you something unrelated to the thread 42.
What's even the point? If this shit is half of what I think it is I'm already targeted to die if not by some chink virus from decentralized assassinations. Is this some mark of the beast or age of aquarius soul freeing type shit? Did I even pick this investment or did it pick me? I'm starting to think time really is not linear and since then I've been having the most bizarre dejavus were I have whole conversations with the same person (strangers) at the same place in different times. I'm about to off myself unironically and maybe I already did.

>> No.17594709

>>17594577
This. Swift prison planet is not a meme. Chainlink being both the nervous system of the new AI god king AND one token = 1 human life is not a meme. Industrial society and its consequences are not a meme. But what can we do? This is the only play.

>> No.17594735

>>17594709
Sounds interesting but schizo

>> No.17594764

>>17593466
And further, baseline is just a protocol- ie, follow these steps and you’ll be compliant. Just because there’s no baseline token doesn’t negate the use of Link while utilizing the ChainLink decentralized oracle network

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>>17594577
>What's even the point?
>>17594577
>If this shit is half of what I think it is I'm already targeted to die if not by some chink virus from decentralized assassinations
I don't want to frighten people too much, but chainlink is only a small part of what's happening
I'm not afraid of what the future holds for us, I'm actually really optimistic
have faith brother, God is more involved than people realize
https://youtu.be/IcQrPKf-4K8

>>17594577
>Is this some mark of the beast or age of aquarius soul freeing type shit?
it's admittedly a mixed bag

>>17594577
>Did I even pick this investment or did it pick me?
it's simultaneously both and neither

>>17594577
>I'm starting to think time really is not linear
it most definitely isn't
I suspect time is more granular at the smallest scales and time can be severely distorted by gravity/light dilation
recently read an interesting article talking about this:
https://scitechdaily.com/does-a-quantum-state-collapse-instantly-during-a-measurement-scientists-film-it-to-find-out/

>>17594577
>I've been having the most bizarre dejavus were I have whole conversations with the same person (strangers) at the same place in different times
I have mental "conversations" with historical figures all the time, Carl Yung did something similar

>>17594577
>I'm about to off myself unironically
that is the most severe mistake a human being can make
when you really think about it, suicide is the enemy (took that line from the show Hannibal)
clip related:
https://youtu.be/wmfZJpEAjWE

>> No.17594892

>>17594735
Think about the consequences of immutable automatic contracts. Something the law can’t interfere with by design. Think about the consequences of the emerging IOT space interacting with these contacts. Think about the industrial revolution and the damage it did to society a la Oliver Twist tier poverty. We’ve invested in something that makes the above possible.

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>>17594709
>Swift prison planet is not a meme

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>>17594958
for the interested anons who didn't read the threads:
https://archive.fo/qERv5

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>>17595002
>haha. We have no mothers.
>The chosen are disabused of the notion of a NURTURING OTHER, who sacrifices all for the innocent being.
>TEACH your children the ways of nature...they will learn one way or another anyway.

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>>17592334
We love you, 42. Thank you for all the crumbs :3

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>>17595043
hope you guys find them helpful and useful references for further reading and study

I love you as well and really appreciate all the kind words and well wishes, we're definitely all in this together

>> No.17595150

>>17595028
So you take anonymous larps seriously?

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>>17595150
read it for yourself
the LARP isn't what is interesting
it is the salient discussion and talking points, I naturally agree with almost all of what the LARPer brings up

here's another choice quote:

>YOU create your own reality...but you are HIGHLY suggestible.

>HIGHLY.

>Childish in so many ways...and you adults are children who never grew up...to reality...all busy telling each other the "beautiful lie".

we all swim in the same waters and you can't deny the level of delusion is increasing in the global psyche
if I had to asses the mental state of the modern human world, murderous and deranged would be the chief descriptors

>> No.17595254

>>17595178
You and this larp are both trying very hard to be "edgy" and "deep." There are very few people with the capability to "revolutionize" their "reality." Reality isn't an illusion, reality is the status quo, whether you believe it or not. It is a set of trends that exist in the present. None of us has the ability the drastically alter those trends so we have the option to live within them or go against them and risk the consequences that entails.

All this nonsense is akin to saying "if everyone were peaceful, the world would be so much better!" It's just nonsense consideration of realities that don't exist.

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>>17594577
>I'm starting to think time really is not linear
https://youtu.be/mfumI1BMOPc
no one knows the hour of the day, you would be a fool not to know the sign of the time

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>>17592556
>the CIA connection
and he is not the only CIA connection.
http://archive.is/ZGaOq

>> No.17595317

>>17595254
If you spent a summer picking beans in Guatemala you wouldn't be saying that.

>> No.17595342

>>17594866
42 I kind of like you but you seem just a tad too schizo. Why are you so christian instead of being open to the idea of a god but undefined religion and in the same time you are into science. Science is god. We all are. However, why are you so schizo?

>> No.17595344

I could very easily larp as some character at the apex of the pyramid of every conspiracy and act very smart and cite quotes from literature and academia that are obscure to most people and get people to think a certain way. The fact is, however, that there are very few people who can change the "zeitgeist" or whatever you want to call the status quo of humanity.

This current financial system has allowed people of meek stature to live lives more comfortable than any time in history without having to be intelligent in violence and social influence. It is easier than ever to focus on things that interest you and live a comfortable life without having to constantly worry about human-imposed disaster occurring to you and your family as long as you pay your taxes. Whether you accept that as your reality or not, I can assure you that if you stop paying your taxes, there will be a group of people with a substantial resource benefit to you that will make it a goal to punish you.

>> No.17595388

>>17595317
Thank you for proving my point...you can only introduce false realities like my picking beans in a Guatemalan summer to make an argument.

A guatemalan bean picker doesn't have the power to alter the world in any way. He would easily be killed by opposition.

>> No.17595412

>>17595342
Science isn't god. Science is attempts to explain observational phenomena. Science isn't some magical thing, it's literally just humans collecting data and trying to deduce why things happen how they do.

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>>17595342
>Why are you so christian
a lot of people have an issue of contention related to my talking about Jesus and God specifically

>>17595342
>Science is god. We all are
that's what they said at the beginning of the 20th century, look at the results
they said God died
instead humanity died by the millions
in the 20th century, nation-states held their citizens hostage and murdered civilians by the untold millions
we are still dealing with the fallout, women were given (((rights))) and now we are living in a rotting society where we have material abundance and yet no one is having children (that is a big red flag that something is wrong with humanity's psyche)
Going back to the topic of God and Jesus specifically and science:
I come from a very heavy and formal background in science, namely physics, and after learning everything I could about fundamental physics and undergoing what I can only describe as enlightenment I "know" that God is real.

By "knowing" I mean "gnosis"

>> No.17595455

>>17595388
It's not a "false reality", you lazy nigger. You could fly down there tomorrow and be the change you want to see in the world, but you won't. That's on you.

>> No.17595458

>>17595317
Furthermore, a Guatemalan bean picker would do anything he could if he could give himself and his family the life that I live. The goal of many international committees is to bring these people out of poverty and to allow them to live a life similar to ours. The more comfortable we get, the more complacent we get and start to complain about how difficult our lives are. Some people are born into luckier situations than others and nothing will ever change that. That is reality.

>> No.17595489

>>17595455
Again, you're creating a false reality. I have no desire, incentive, or potential even to go help guatemalan bean pickers. I have no idea what point you are even trying to make.

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>>17595342
>Science is god
science is a methodology, nothing more, nothing less

if you want to understand my thinking on the matter, every time the word "secular" is used, replace it with "satanic".

>>17595342
>However, why are you so schizo?
pic related
it's ironic because one of the symptoms of insanity is that the insane are deathly afraid of being labelled "crazy"
I'm not afraid of being labelled "crazy" since I understand that I'm surrounded by delusional people.
The question for you is, why are you so afraid of being called crazy and why do you let that prevent you from actually thinking for yourself?

You boys on /biz/ are victims of your education and upbringing, you still have a classroom in your head where you are ostracized for not "fitting in". Move on already and grow up.

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>>17595342
>42 I kind of like you but you seem just a tad too schizo
that's okay, give it some time and let the ideas settle in your mind
you'll begin to "see"

>>17595344
>The fact is, however, that there are very few people who can change the "zeitgeist" or whatever you want to call the status quo of humanity.
doesn't stop me from trying

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>>17592334
Acually really big for whole industry but shitcoin peddlers onn bit and plebit in disbelief and confused waht shitcoin to buy and why nothing pumps from this
KEK

>>17593052
>>17593130
>>17593311
>>17593396
BASED "buy my shitcoin" RETARD

>> No.17595626

>>17595443
So...

For someone like you who believes in LARPS on anonymous image boards and thinks there are powerful people who deliberately put out information and mold society to fit their desire I want to ask:

What makes you believe that the bible and the story of Christianity and Jesus aren't completely made up ideas to keep people much easier to manage and to suppress the animalistic instincts of humans? Jesus was a Jew, so why do you trust him more than anyone else instead of considering the strong liklihood that he larped as God's Son in order to give the goys a code of "morals" to follow that would ultimately make them much easier to manage like cattle? Also, what famous historical physical (or other science) experiments have you personally recreated so that you can observe for yourself that the majority of what you've learned isn't nonsense? How do you decided where to draw the line?

>> No.17595648

>>17595502
Scienci is god in the sense that science unravels reality, reality being god whther it was physical or a simulation or both. But I agree the word god is just a label, and that’s why I’m so curious to why a broad minded person like yourself would choose to assume certain narrow minded beliefs (such as only one religion existing). I agree on the not having kids part, our people should have more kids and focus on family. Society is tearing that down in many ways. Maybe this is the ”natural” development until birth becomes artificial and finally obsolete

>> No.17595676

If you think about it, I'll put it into typical 4chan speech for you: Jesus is the ultimate Jew that has duped goys for thousands of years to cuck themselves and be meek and submissive.

He fucked your wife and stole your life savings? Thou shalt not kill or steal goy! G-d wouldn't like that! Oy vey, we don't want to piss off G-d now do we?

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>>17595626
>For someone like you who believes in LARPS on anonymous image boards and thinks there are powerful people who deliberately put out information and mold society to fit their desire I want to ask:
wonderful strawman you've constructed
here's what I actually said:
>>17595178
>read it for yourself
>the LARP isn't what is interesting
>it is the salient discussion and talking points


>>17595626
>What makes you believe that the bible and the story of Christianity and Jesus aren't completely made up ideas to keep people much easier to manage and to suppress the animalistic instincts of humans?
Jesus was real, try explaining what happened to Rome and how it became the Roman Catholic Empire
Jesus was wise knew people would corrupt his teachings which is why he used parables.

You want to know why Jesus was murdered?
He essentially said that you were a goy if you didn't follow his teachings. But the biggest reason that they became murderous was for the teaching in video related:

https://youtu.be/vci5QPRvSQk

he essentially said you people "love" me in the same way you "love" fish.
and I know that you will all cannibalize me
so I am embarking on a new covenant with God the Father to end the sacrificial cycle once and for all. No longer will you be able to use scapegoats, since I voluntarily offer myself as the scapegoat.

The world was revolutionized beyond measure by Jesus' teachings. Which is why he is still an illegal figure today, and will remain so for the forseeable future.

>> No.17595732

>>17595648
Christianity has nothing to do with the birth rate. There are plenty of places that have nothing to do with Jesus with high birth rates. Morals weren't created by monotheists. Also, morals change over time. You're watching societies go through rapid change and you are focusing on aspects of that which you consider to be negative.

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>>17595732
>Christianity has nothing to do with the birth rate
all of the worlds prescriptive religions do not condone birth control
the point of marriage is to have children
if you're not cooming in your woman when you're having sex or if your woman is using contraception (birth control, etc.) then you're only engaging in mutual masturbation and not actually completing the act of sex.

People think the point of sex is to orgasm. That's how they keep the boys and the men in control. Chasing the next coom.

Tie my spark of light, that ISRAEL light, to a chromosome so I can exist in a constructed time zone at the eve of my creation when my father's Adam's (atoms) from his serpent (sperm) merge and take a bite out of my mom's egg (the forbidden apple) and my halo is formed for this energy transfer that fell down from the Kingdom of heaven, that ISRAEL and not of this Earth, to be transferred into a newly created 6-6-6 carbon vessel to grow on a branch (umbilical cord) on the tree of life (placenta), in the garden of eden (the womb), until I became full term and was kicked out to toil the soil naked
the apocalypse (the TRUTH)

Ti (Tie) me to mass
Tie me to mass
Time to mass

(Ti) x (me) = mass
Tie me to mass so I can exist in times construct
Tie my spark of light that is-real light to a chromosome so I can exist in a constructed time zone

>> No.17595821
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>>17595701
>he essentially said you people "love" me in the same way you "love" fish.
>and I know that you will all cannibalize me
>so I am embarking on a new covenant with God the Father to end the sacrificial cycle once and for all. No longer will you be able to use scapegoats, since I voluntarily offer myself as the scapegoat.
https://youtu.be/UHr_8t3a9bI

>> No.17595841

>>17595802
For such a man of science, I find it funny that you think the word "atom" is related to Adam from Adam and Eve because they sound similar to you in English...

>> No.17595870

>>17595802
It's honestly really hard to follow whatever you're attempting to say...

Do you realize that this isn't coherent to other people?

>> No.17595910
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>>17595676
>Jesus is the ultimate Jew that has duped goys for thousands of years to cuck themselves and be meek and submissive.
>He fucked your wife and stole your life savings? Thou shalt not kill or steal goy! G-d wouldn't like that! Oy vey, we don't want to piss off G-d now do we?
You spend more time constructing strawmen to destroy that it is reminiscent of Don Quixote chasing windmills.
If only you spent as much time listening and learning and thinking for yourself instead, you would go much further.
Humbling yourself is the first step to gaining true knowledge instead of bickering amongst the slaves

here's another very good parable of Jesus that is a profound teaching (regarding the nature of our physical reality and the analogy to God and the spiritual world)

https://youtu.be/2y_Aez-MAUQ
https://youtu.be/kKz3C4jGL0c

Matthew 13:24-30 New King James Version (NKJV)
The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares
24 Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; 25 but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat and went his way. 26 But when the grain had sprouted and produced a crop, then the tares also appeared. 27 So the servants of the owner came and said to him, ‘Sir, did you not sow good seed in your field? How then does it have tares?’ 28 He said to them, ‘An enemy has done this.’ The servants said to him, ‘Do you want us then to go and gather them up?’ 29 But he said, ‘No, lest while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest, and at the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, “First gather together the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.”
you can't tell the difference between the wheat and the tares until it's harvest time
you know how you tell? the wheat bows down, due to the weight of the grain the tares stand up, and tares are toxic to eat

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>>17595802
>Tie my spark of light, that ISRAEL light, to a chromosome so I can exist in a constructed time zone at the eve of my creation when my father's Adam's (atoms) from his serpent (sperm) merge and take a bite out of my mom's egg (the forbidden apple) and my halo is formed for this energy transfer that fell down from the Kingdom of heaven, that ISRAEL and not of this Earth, to be transferred into a newly created 6-6-6 carbon vessel to grow on a branch (umbilical cord) on the tree of life (placenta), in the garden of eden (the womb), until I became full term and was kicked out to toil the soil naked
>the apocalypse (the TRUTH)
>Ti (Tie) me to mass
>Tie me to mass
>Time to mass
>(Ti) x (me) = mass
>Tie me to mass so I can exist in times construct
>Tie my spark of light that is-real light to a chromosome so I can exist in a constructed time zone
>>17595870
>It's honestly really hard to follow whatever you're attempting to say...
it's actually sourced from this based sunuvabitch on instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/ti_me_to_mass_so_i_exist/

funny how it overlaps exactly with that Jonathan Kleck has been saying regarding the Vatican and what St. Peter's altar depicts.
>pic related

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>>17595841
>For such a man of science, I find it funny that you think the word "atom" is related to Adam from Adam and Eve because they sound similar to you in English...

you would be surprised...

bog || god

>> No.17596006

>>17595489
Your thoughts create your reality. You could live a luxurious life in Guatemala picking beans. Right? It's a completely reasonable reality you could create for yourself, even for a summer. If you don't act like a faggot and stir shit up you're unlikely to get killed by opposition. Bean picking wars are trending down too. You worry quiet a bit for a fatalist.

>> No.17596008

>>17595910
I actually appreciated that parable. Thank you.

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>>17595841
>For such a man of science, I find it funny that you think the word "atom" is related to Adam from Adam and Eve
I have a fundamentally different viewpoint on reality than your typical "modern" person
everything means something and there is no such thing as coincidence
reality is a kaleidoscope cascade of synchronicity. The fact that we are sentient means that we are at least attuned to recognize this synchronistic reality. The modern education system and career tracks that people typically take in their lives does everything in their power to scrub your mind clean of this type of thinking.

In short, to regain the seat of your consciousness you need to be deprogrammed in much the same way that Neo was deprogrammed in the movie the Matrix.

>> No.17596318

>>17595178
okay but this was literally written by a 16 year old atheist.

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>>17594892
>Think about the consequences of immutable automatic contracts. Something the law can’t interfere with by design.

Societies institutions have been hijacked by malicious and nefarious actors and have long been engines of abusing and terrorizing the citizenry (aka hostages).
We need this to happen if we want humanity to survive in dignity instead of destitution.

FINAL WARNING; DON’T LET IT HAPPEN:
https://youtu.be/ox-shlDXKO4

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>>17592334
back to the OP topic at-hand

Wolpert is having a baseline FAQ thread on reddit for interested readers:
https://www.reddit.com/r/ethfinance/comments/fds4sy/a_sort_of_baseline_explainer_faq/

>> No.17596686

>>17593191
Holy shit you are retarded. The process they’re developing obviously uses the Chainlink ecosystem which means the Chainlink token. It obviously uses ETH as well. Just because they’re not MAKING a token doesn’t mean the process won’t involve tokens and coins, it 100% has to. Fucking brain dead.

>> No.17596700

>>17596686
i heard theyre going to use ropsten and basically use free ETH. this unironically is not good for us holders

>> No.17596725

So is this good for chainlink or not? I dont get it, Why arent we at 10$ yet? Link is stil massively undervalued

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>>17596725
>Why arent we at 10$ yet?

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>>17596768
>Why arent we at 10$ yet?

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Bumppppppp

>> No.17597990

>>17596867
There’s nothing worse than greed.

>> No.17598028

>>17597990
This means more time for accumulation though right?

>> No.17598062

>>17598028
Time is running out. Binance (or whoever's bidding Binance is doing) is running out of BTC liquidity to suppress LINK, hence the "unscheduled maintenance" periods. LINKmarines just buy every dip and categorically do not sell, so LINKquidity dries up very quickly.

>> No.17598141

>>17595502
I think a lot of you 42, I respect you are your own man. I respect that you couldn't give two fucks about being labelled as crazy. I think it's given you an top down view of society and nature that wouldn't be possible while still having 80% of your thoughts concentrating on fitting in. The question for me is, how do you function in society? I mostly agree with what you say, but the implementation of it I find for me would lead to ostracisation and overall a decrease in net happiness, connection and perhaps wealth.

>> No.17598553

What do you think about other schizos like vitrifyher? Do you recognize the flawed lines of reasoning in their frameworks?

>> No.17598734

>>17598062
Sauce?

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>>17598141
>The question for me is, how do you function in society?
quite well actually
on here I have a different persona
in society I function through business in my consultancy
it's a good way to focus and direct my energies when I'm not contemplating other topics

>>17598141
>the implementation of it I find for me would lead to ostracisation and overall a decrease in net happiness, connection and perhaps wealth.
not necessarily
none of my beliefs are limiting happiness, connection or wealth
in fact, not many people care if you're "nice" as an adult
they care about how useful and how open you are to honest ethical collaboration, particularly when there is a mutual financial benefit
my personal beliefs don't extend onto others
I don't think that people are less because they don't agree with my opinion and just like Trump says "I work with everybody"
As I said somewhere earlier in the thread, we all swim in the same waters; on /biz/ I enjoy the "42" mantle as a way of focusing my writing and thinking in a group forum setting.

Ironically enough I have a lot of high performance professionals (doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc.) that I associated with and know via family, friends, and business connections. We have formed close bonds over the years and some of them have been excellent mentors to me. My life is filled with people that watch out for me and help me along, and I strive to do the same. People call it "old school".

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>>17598553
>What do you think about other schizos like vitrifyher?
don't know who that is

>> No.17600060

>>17599398
i feel in need of guidance. i’ve been struggling to evolve and pursue growth but everywhere i go it seems people are set in their programs. i constantly attempt to free myself, and yet i feel limited in options. i understand all progress will be made by one’s self and it doesn’t matter who you associate with in that respect, but i wish to find a mentor. i know there are others out there that intuitively know there is more out there than what we are shown by media and culture, but i don’t know of any people like that. it’s as though every person i meet is an .exe, including myself. i wish to go from being a .exe to being the computer itself, or even the operator. if you’ll forgive the metaphor... how can i get this knowledge i desire? where can i find a mentor?

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>>17600060
>i know there are others out there that intuitively know there is more out there than what we are shown by media and culture, but i don’t know of any people like that.
I got really lucky, my mother and my wife are the only ones who I can say that I know of who are like that (besides you guys on /biz/ and a few others from my past)

>>17600060
>how can i get this knowledge i desire? where can i find a mentor?
it sounds funny but it's true
when the student is ready, the teacher will appear
it won't be a hollywood type mentor, a lot of deeply flawed people can still teach you valuable lessons and skills
I find it best to take my personality and opinion about the topic or the person out of the equation when I'm in a learning/student mode.
It's an invaluable skill in learning.

if you want practical advice, I highly recommend curating your linkedin and networking with people on there and getting references from colleagues and employers and curate your interests and feeds and connections

For example I have a few people from the chainlink team on my IRL linkedin network connections. This is in addition to the connections I already have established from my current consultancy and previous work and studies.

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>>17598062
>Time is running out. Binance (or whoever's bidding Binance is doing) is running out of BTC liquidity to suppress LINK, hence the "unscheduled maintenance" periods.
time's up:
https://youtu.be/FTzfclspSic

>> No.17600467

>>17594866
42 I love your content usually but that video said almost nothing of substance and he asked for money? I'm follower of the word of Christ as well

>> No.17600490

>>17592354
It's because buyers have too much ego st the moment to pull the trigger on buying at $5.

Likely these buyers have been seeing 1.80-$$4 prices and hesitated so they get are kicking themselves if they had to buy at $5.

Wait for a new rush of buyers (arabs), who will just click thinking anything under $10 is good. Then we will run into the same good problem at $9.75.

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>>17600467
>that video said almost nothing of substance and he asked for money?
the explanation of the wheat and the tares was mindblowing
him talking about marriage after I just got married a week ago was another synchronicity
I would recommend watching his previous videos where he shows what the Vatican is and teaches from the Bible

he also is operating a ministry (of course unofficially) and takes donations. He also mentions that if you're tight on money not to send him anything. I would look into his past and what he did before he was saved, he was in the guiness book of world records for skydiving marketing and was preparing as a participant for the x-games in his youth.
He performs miracles that I've experienced through watching his videos, I'm serious.

He's John the Baptist 2020.

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>>17592988
Holy fuck we're gonna make it.
THE STANDARD

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>>17600686
just like we predicted
first the 4chan autists
then the board of directors (CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, CSOs, etc.)
then enterprise
then retail

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AND THEN THEY SAID XRP WILL BE USED WITH MONEYGRAM!

>> No.17601007

>>17600526
>>17600526
Okay I'll watch more before I rush to judgment. The betrothment and process men would take( years sometimes) was interesting I suppose but that video seemed lacking overall

>> No.17601050

>>17595802
Yeah man I like you but at this point is hard to follow you. Thanks for telling us to buy link though, we love you

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>based line protocol

>> No.17601196

>>17600722
>just like we predicted
Honestly the idea of biz being right is fucking with my head more than being rich is.

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>>17601007
>Okay I'll watch more before I rush to judgment
I've posted videos of his before and some of his pictures as proof that what he is saying is true
>pic related
https://www.show-notes.info/thisisit4321/gallery3/index.php/Album-4-movie--Sheep

>>17601050
>we love you
right back at you

>>17601050
>at this point is hard to follow you
admittedly it takes a lot of background knowledge at this point, not everyone is in the threads that I'm posting in all the time and a lot of this knowledge builds on top of previous posts I've made

I should find the time to collate everything into some kind of formatting for reading and organization of information

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>>17601154
>based line protocol
I was thinking the same thing but waited for another anon to make the post
very nice

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>>17601196
>Honestly the idea of biz being right...is a beautiful thing

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>>17595910
>The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares
https://youtu.be/MRehBbBTxbQ

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>>17592357
fixed

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>>17595701
>he essentially said you people "love" me in the same way you "love" fish.
>and I know that you will all cannibalize me
>so I am embarking on a new covenant with God the Father to end the sacrificial cycle once and for all. No longer will you be able to use scapegoats, since I voluntarily offer myself as the scapegoat.

https://youtu.be/NDVLBUK5FGw

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>>17601347
John 6 (KJV)
66From that time many of His disciples went back and walked with Him no more. 67Then Jesus said to the twelve, “Do you also want to go away?”

68But Simon Peter answered Him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. 69Also we have come to believe and know that You are the [q]Christ, the Son of the living God.”

70Jesus answered them, “Did I not choose you, the twelve, and one of you is a devil?”

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>>17601393
>66From that time many of His disciples went back and walked with Him no more. 67Then Jesus said to the twelve, “Do you also want to go away?”
there's a reason it's the key
>pic related

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>>17595585
>Acually really big for whole industry but shitcoin peddlers onn bit and plebit in disbelief and confused waht shitcoin to buy and why nothing pumps from this
>KEK
well summarized

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>>17595254
>You and this larp are both trying very hard to be "edgy" and "deep."
meaningless adjectives, what about my posts is specifically edgy or deep?

>>17595254
>There are very few people with the capability to "revolutionize" their "reality."
that doesn't discount the fact that the number is non-zero

>>17595254
>All this nonsense is akin to saying "if everyone were peaceful, the world would be so much better!"
conveniently summarized and easily dismissed
however, that isn't what I'm saying at all

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>>17592334
>Baseline

https://youtu.be/ZRcpnM26nJM

Recite your baseline.
K: "And blood-black nothingness began to spin... A system of cells interlinked within cells interlinked within cells interlinked within one stem... And dreadfully distinct against the dark, a tall white fountain played."

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>>17602138

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