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21263696 No.21263696 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

So guys, I hope we all realize by now that this is the next LINK and that all the FUD on 4chan is deliberate so the prices goes lower. This coin is the gem of the market and buying [email protected]$ is like buying [email protected] If you actually read the RLC FUD you'll see that it's only crap arguments and repeated arguments with 0 evidence to support anything.

This literal fucking gem has all the partnerships a project could wish for. I'm an old fag and I've been here since LINK was 30c, RLC has the exact same vibes than LINK had at 30c. Everyone hated on LINK, because they wanted to buy it for cheap and accumulate.

This is our time brothers, we accumulate now, we buy now! Buy all the dips, every time. The more they FUD it, the more you buy. FUD is great for you, since you want to buy more. If this went parabolical and you didn't get at least 5000 barrels you'd be sad. So be happy that the price isn't high yet.

>> No.21263763

Lol, nice cope for a useless fucking shitcoin. Nobody, I repeat NOBODY with a brain is buying this. Just give up. Gilles is keeping all the trannies for himself, he won't let you have any just for donating to his escort fund.

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see guys, this is exactly what i'm talking about. Weak FUD with 0 evidence or arguments. Nice, thank you for FUDing my brother. We all share the same goal

>> No.21263906

Thanks just bought 500 more

>> No.21263956

It hasn't even started, Gilles

>> No.21263965
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No my brother you are doing it wrong. You must tell me I'm a retard, that's how it works. FUD me please

>> No.21263995

digital dogshit

>> No.21264038

This is honestly the first coin where I get upset when the price goes up. Thank God for today my pay check comes Thursday!

>> No.21264068

You wish that were true. I'm at work so I can't be assed writing up a dissertation on all the reasons why this garbage vaporware is going nowhere but the shit heap of other failed scams. I wouldn't be caught dead holding this Javanese dickgirl hooker coin.

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Thank you my brother. You are doing gods work. No arguments, 0 evidence to support anything you say. Great FUD, I love you

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Oh well, I would love to see 1 or 2 reasons with supporting evidence why it's a vaporwave. But thank you for FUDing and lowering the price. We're all blessed to have this gem at this price.

>> No.21264161

You’re at work? So you missed out on LINK? We’re you saying the same about LINK in 18? I’m so sorry. Buy RLC you might not have to work soon.

>> No.21264175

I’ve seen countless scams come and go in crypto. Iexec ha been around most of them and is still here after all of them. Why would 7 phds waste their time scamming me for my $2500?

>> No.21264224

IExec isn't going anywhere because the framework is faulty.
When you compile your Java code to JavaScript it provokes a memory overflow in the container that leaks the booleans to the DNS, that's a big no for any Dapp.
Gilles is desesperately trying to fix this issue with every iteration by changing the booleans but he's failing, his addiction to feminine penis distracting him doesn't help.

>> No.21264226

Its over Gilles.. No one will buy your shitcoin.

>> No.21264327

I'm all in

>> No.21264330
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>When you compile your Java code to JavaScript

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Exactly what the person below said... I mean, what the fuck are you saying. You're compiling your code from Java to JavaScript? I'm a programmer so.... You can't trick me with your jewery. Ok, please provide evidence, I'm interested in this argument with 0 evidence. And why is leaking booleans to a Domain Name System (this doesn't even fucking make sense you stupid fuck) a big deal? And where can I see this happening? Can I get a nice youtube video of this happening and an explanation why this is a big deal?

But thank you my brother for FUDing this. I shall buy more RLC with my 40ETH that are waiting for it to drop more

>> No.21264531

It has to be some old Link FUD with a twist for iexec. Very bullish.

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>> No.21264666
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Nice FUD my brother. We shall soon ripe the rewards of your FUD

>> No.21264857

This. This is Gilles life work. He worked on Cloud/Grid Computing since at least 2001. 7 PhD's, how can it be a scam? The only problem is adoption. But that's their biggest focus for the rest of the year. So worst case we still get some announcement pumps. Best case this will be the world computer and goes 10000x.

>> No.21265057

Exactly. This is the game changing tech of crypto. Imagine not getting in on the technology that transforms electronic information from a good into a commodity. Nothing else in crypto is even close. Word changing stuff here.

>> No.21265092

*world changing
Fucking fat thumbs today.

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I exactly agree my brother. The only problem with iExec RLC is adoption. The project in itself is too complicated for normal fags to understand. For instance... Every doracle project is getting pumped like crazy, why isn't RLC you may ask? Because they do not advertise as a doracle project, people don't even know this is an option and people are so fucking retarded that if you don't sell only 1 thing to them the get confused. RLC is sooo much more than just an doracle. It can do decentralized cloud computing with CPU and GPU, it can do doracles, it can tokenize cloud resources (datasets, computing power... Imagine using a super valuable AI dataset on fucking Compound or Aave to borrow ETH. AMAZING), it's basicly a scalability solution for everything since it takes everything off-chain and only verifies it TWICE (once on the RLC chain, the second time on the ETH chain).

If you wanted to make a chess dapp which let's you play with a AI controlled player this wouldn't be possible on ETH. Why? Because ETH has 16 god damn fucking transactions... Do you even realize how many calculations are involved in a AI algorithm? So this is how it works out. You can make a dapp on ETH where you can play chess with a AI, yes. But ETH only purpose here would be that ETH would move a figure from one spot to the other. ETH is capable of doing this. But the hearth of the computation, the AI part would be pushed off-chain to iExec RLC and computed there, then the result of the computation would be pushed back onto the ETH chain and ETH would then move the figure. Sounds fucking sweet doesn't it?

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Come on guys, where's your fucking FUD now. I'm challenging anyone to try to FUD me. I'll fucking destroy you and your 0 proof arguments. BRING IT ON YOU STUPID FAGGOTS. Try to find 1 bad thing about this project and why it shouldn't succeed. Where's your stupid fucking FUD now? Where's your compiling of Java code to JavaScript lol wtf? Where are your boolean DNS memory leaks? What's wrong you stupid fucking assfaggots lol




>> No.21265605

Fuck you Gilles.

>> No.21265809

> random gibberish

Just bought 2000 more

>> No.21265843

STFU. There is no fud needed when they can't convince even one pajeet to use their marketplace in three years since product release.

And no one cares if compute is decentralized or not, people care for lowest prices and easiest / best overall solutions. iExec doesn't even have workers running, they're all shut down and no one is providing compute power except iexec on their own server. You are shilling it is as the next AWS like a complete retard when it can't even be used right now and is much more expensive than any normal, easy to use cloud.

>> No.21265914

You won't understand if you aren't working in the cloud but rlc is unironically nothing more than a neat idea that everyone thinks is cool but will never use at the scale you people think it will. IT anons are laughing at you wasting money.

>> No.21265928

>Try to find 1 bad thing about this project and why it shouldn't succeed.
price kek

>> No.21265932

thanks, just got 10k more.
comfy 30k stack here.

1 mil in the future.

>> No.21266036

The Token is NOT needed. Gilles is a trickster. Horrible tokenomy and you know this. Shame on you for alluring good-hearted anons into this scam. May the devil have mercy on your soul

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Yes please, if you're a tranny *wink* *wink*

>> No.21266294

People said the same about eth you complete retard, people are wrong all the time.

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I agree with this and if you read my comments you would notice I already said this. Thank you for not reading a single thing anyone said.

Decentralization of the cloud is A MUST. Why? Because big data center maintenance is costing a shit load. How much does the maintenance of your computer? It costs exactly 0. Your computer doesn't use up 100% of your CPU/GPU that's why running a RLC node is always viable, because you can make money while browsing your favorite animal porn site.

You got me on the worker pools, yes they aren't running, because ofcourse NO ADOPTION, which is the MAIN PROBLEM WHICH ISN'T EVEN A PROBLEM... Why isn't it a problem? Because imagine the price after a little adoption... See my point?
AGAIN, if you stupid fucks read the comments you'd already see that I'm a programmer so I'm the IT sector. I am an IT anon and I'm laughing at people like you. Other IT anons at my work are all over this shit and are buying the gem. They see that data centers are expensive to run and that running a decentralized cloud is cheaper and more competitive than running a data center. Why? Because the data center cost a lot and that cost is priced into the price of the computing power. On RLC you only pay for the computing power itself, NOT THE FUCKING DATA CENTER MAINTENANCE. So now please explain how running hundreds of data centers all around the world is cheaper than having a lot of personal computers connected to a decentralized cloud that provide their computing power for 0 maintenance cost?
Why is the token not needed? Explain, provide proof/evidence of you explaining how it could work without a token that is run on a decentralized network (ETH), so that it uses the decentralized layer to secure the network itself from people miss-using it?

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Also on the "RLC isn't cheaper" part. Do you even know how much a single data center costs to run? I mean do you even know how data center for instance destroy hard disk drives? The take a faulty hard disk drive (and imagine this, this is all done by people who need to get paid for the shit i'll write), the punch a hole threw the drive with a big ass fucking pneumatic hammer that weighs a few tons, after that they take the HDD and shred it into a billion pieces, after that they take the HDD and fucking burn it to ashes and after that they take the ashes and throw them away (and maybe this isn't even the full process, this are just the steps that I KNOW they take). Imagine how costly this is. What do you do with a faulty drive? You take it out for 0 cost, you go out of your shithut for 0 cost, you go up to your trash can for 0 cost, you throw the disk drive and throw it in the trash can for 0 cost. What the fuck are you even on about you fuck? How is this more expensive than AWS? HOW????? Also data centers require tons of people, tons of cooling, tons of expert knowledge, tons of upkeep and the list goes on. Do you imagine how hard it is to do the electrical wiring for these big ass fucking data centers? Are you a fucking retard? Do you imagine how much security is needed to keep the data centers safe, facial recognition, ID checks, iris recognition, fingerprint recognition, ... How many security guards are guarding your computer (your mom and dog don't count)?

>> No.21266843

> tfw in the top 350 wallets

Does it get any comfier? I only wish I had started to hoard in February I would be in the top 50.

>> No.21266921

>STFU. There is no fud needed when they can't convince even one pajeet to use their marketplace in three years since product release.
The marketplace isn’t even open to individuals lmao. They are focusing on enterprise adoption right now check the slack.

>> No.21267015

These blockchain IaaS projects all remind me of Siacoin (SC) which is/was great in theory, but totally impractical for Enterprise use because of the IP/copyright issue. There's no compliant way to decentralize data storage on a large scale. Companies can't afford to commingle with data that can expose them to risk. I'd like to hear how RLC is going to solve this kind of problem. You can already reserve spot instances in AWS data centers for pennies on the dollar. What exactly is being delivered? Tokens for what exactly? Serious question.

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Look at the top 50 holders on etherscan, most of them haven't sold since 2017-2018, a few new top 50 holders started accumulating in 2020. The few that moved their funds off their wallet didn't sell most of it (and moving funds off your wallet doesn't mean you sold, maybe they just moved it somewhere else).


>> No.21267134

...Last presentation with Vitalik and Sergey went very wrong for Gilles

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Provide a video. Provide the times where it went wrong. I want to see it. If you remember LINK back in the day you'd see that Vitalik kinda hated on LINK and SN

>> No.21267281

Seriously though, how can you sell computing time on the eth block chain?
I haven't read the white paper, but it all seems unrealistic to me.
Solidity is a crippled javascript, if there was a sandboxed LLVM backend on the eth miner software, I would believe this is possible. But as it currently stands, I believe its all BS.

PS I would love for a decentralised distributed computing platform, would be like a public botbet/cluster.

>> No.21267387

I don't have the video but the screenshots are being posted here all day
Gilles forgot to turn off his camera

>> No.21267449

Fucking based anon
Thanks for destroying fud

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I don't really get what you want me to say.
Look, this is their documentation: https://docs.iex.ec/. Look at this, their docs are amazing. It really shows they're true proffesionals

This is their youtube channel showing examples of everything: https://www.youtube.com/c/iExec/videos

This is their video showing how you can run a task: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCsasSNYo-4

More interesting shit:



You could of course try it out yourself if you really wanted to know

Could be photoshoped or taken out of context...

>> No.21267637

It's not made onchain, only the matching is done onchain (actually sidechain in the future).
The computations are done offchain by participants, iexec distributes the work through a schedule the uses a consensus method to verify the validity of results.
Iexec itself supports all languages.

It's not very complicated conceptually at the end of the day, it's a marketplace which can provided highly trusted offchain computations that are too expensive to do onchain.

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Always remember... 4chan is a lying FUDing piece of shit that tries to back-stab you at EVERY SINGLE STEP YOU MAKE. If you actually believe people on here have 150+ IQs you're very wrong.

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Thank you for jumping in where my knowledge lacked my brother. Good points are always welcome!

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>> No.21267855

You miss the point my man. There is absolutely no appetite for this in the cloud delivery space. You're massively overstating perceived dc maintenance contracts at scale and even if you weren't, there's too much downside to moving out of on prem infra. Like I said we see it as a cool idea that enterprise cloud is never gonna go for.

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If I give you 2 options as a freelance developer

A) You pay 100$ to execute a program
B) You pay 1$ to execute a program

What option do you take? Why do you think anyone will care about anything if the other option is a few times cheaper? Google can always redirect their computing power to iExec.

But yes, I 100% agree that this is a long shot, since moving infrastructure is a massive undertaking. I'm not denying this FACT, but all I'm saying is that if something is 5x cheaper they'll be heavily considering it. And when 1 big company starts using it, the other companies will be pushed out of the market, since the first company will be providing cloud power for MUCH CHEAPER. And also, think about this. If you see it being 5x cheaper you'll be like "Hmmm, maybe if we use this before the other cloud providers we'll get more customers and start pushing others out. Maybe we should start using this before others do".

Do you see the mentality behind it? If it's cheaper, why not use it?

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Also centralized cloud providers ARE UNSAFE, they've had so much drama so far with leaks and with giving access to the authorities... Do you really want that as a customer? I don't...

>> No.21268701

Since your a programmer, you surely understand things about the cloud space and why iExec or decentralized compute on spare pcs is a very, very small niche market.

1) No ability to verify in-deterministic programs (AI training, etc. etc.). Worker reputation scores are a miserable way to do this, no company would outsource important business logic to a server they can't be sure isn't cheating or the time & resources required to fault-check are higher than whatever savings you get through spare-compute.

2) No GDPR compliance and no SLAs. Yep this already precludes 90% of enterprise workloads

3) Shit-tier latency and bandwidth. Data-centers are literally built to have high extremely connectivety, no company will host a real-time service (website / etc) on manjeets basement raspberry Pi.

4) Google and AWS already offer "spot" instances, which use the spare compute and are much cheaper than dedicated instances. They have no need to participate in the iexec marketplace as suppliers. They could, but there is no incentive for them do it and there is no incentive for customers to use iexec instead of being comfy in using AWS or Google spot instances with all the controls that literally billions of dollars for armies of developers & decades of development have created

5) There is no need for everything (deals etc.) to run in smart contracts. Is ridiciuosly expensive and iexec is trying to get rid of this by building (centralized) side-chains. But then again who cares, why do I as a developer care if my deal with the cloud company or worker node is recorded on the blockchain. Token literally not needed.

>> No.21268742


6) The scope of iExec vs. their development power is way way to low. They try to do everything but fail because they don't have the manpower and others excel in the various niches (rendering (RNDR), AI, datarenting (Ocean, etc.), storage, oracles, etc. etc.). They have only developed very basic proof-of-concepts for all of these things. Literally meme dApps. No-one would choose to use this, if they could also use a full-fledged product developed by the competition.

7) Grid computing is a old concept which has only worked for donating free compute so far (BOINC). Slapping a token ontop of it isn't exactly revolutionary and actually makes everything worse by introducing a volatile, illiquid shit-token (not obtainable in the US) that creates a huuge accounting & legal barrier for companies for extremely litttle, or no, benefit.

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Damn guys, this was probably the most constructive thread in the last month we had. I'm really proud of you all.

And we've established what the main problem of RLC is... ADOPTION, it has none, we can all agree, but I believe that due to it being cheaper it'll get the adoption it deserves. This people are working their fucking asses of to get this adopted. And I do believe that their technical partners are highly considering this solution. Why? Because god dammit, why would Intel, Alibaba, Ubisoft, IBM share their knowledge and man power with them for 0 gains? Why the fuck would anyone do that, except if they're friends? But lets be realistic, companies aren't friends, they do things for profit and gains and technical superiority. They all want this, because if they didn't they wouldn't put 1 single cent into this shit, but they did. And they're inviting iExec RLC to talk at their conventions about their ALREADY WORKING PRODUCT. They're trying to help them get out their in the market and are willing to finance this and help them.

This project is hands down amazing and it deserves to be a top 10 project.


>> No.21268931

Is 15k a make it stack?

I’m kicking myself for Ignoring crypto in February I could have loaded up over 100k barrels then.

>> No.21268944

There was no appetite from moving away self hosted databases and servers 15 years ago in big businesses because what they had was working.
The first users of AWS were startups who realized upscaling or downscaling in few clicks was useful and that it was ultimately cutting costs for them.

If you have an AI startup and can train your models for a third of the price thanks to some chink GPU farm rented on iexec you will go for it, especially as you don't have to worry with your datas leaking with enclaves.
Even more if you run a Dapp because you can divide by a factor 10^6 the price of running most of it offchain while only having a marginally less secure execution.

Ethereum was marketed as the "world computer" but it isn't (unless you consider a 1989 gameboy a "computer"), it will be the world notary. The only way it can bring true massive decentralized application is with trustable offchain computing and there is only one project that convincingly does that.

>> No.21268987

adoption wont be hard when Defi apps decide that they want to be truly decentralized.

>> No.21269320

This is a great analogy. Cloud computing was disruptive tech that could not be stopped. iexec is to centralized cloud computing what centralized cloud computing was to self server hosting.

>> No.21269599

The fact is all of these companies really want to put a foot in the door at the moment.
They don't really care if it's profitable, they just don't want to miss out and they will set up workers pools out there.

Also they said recently they went "next level" in terms of cooperation with iexec, my guess is that Intel is feeling the pressure of custom chips and ARM massively arriving on the server market in the next 5 years and they want the preferential treatment in iExec/Avalon implementation.

>> No.21269635

anyone have the ranks image for this shit?

500 barrels reporting in

>> No.21269707
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A few of the points are the same and were probably answered by this guy >>21268931
and this guy >>21268987 and this guy >>21269320
. Other crypto projects need off-chain computing and RLC is the only one that does it right...

1) You can't cheat on a blockchain (except if 51% attacks), ETH already makes sure of this, since RLC is a 2nd layer thing and the security is provided by the 1st layer which is ETH.

2) What GDPR and SLA compliance? wtf, you just buy more power if you need it done faster. It's already GDPR compliant in sense, since it's done in a TEE (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trusted_execution_environment)

3) As I already said earlier, if you want it done faster, you buy more computing power

4) This can never be cheaper than RLC, since data centers are expensive. And as I already mentioned before when you buy AWS power you also pay for the upkeep of the data center, instead of just paying for the raw computing power

5) Well, you were saying that shit about GDPR compliance. This part basicly solved that, if it's verified by the blockchain then it's legit and wasn't tempered with or abused by a 3rd entity, because everyone can see the smart contract and check it for code that is a "bad actor"

6) Can't argue much here. I can agree on this point. Yes, their scope is too big, their manpower too small. But if people start using it they'll hire more people and improve it of course. But you have to realize that he whole crypto sector is in it's infancy/adoption phase. This project is no exception !

7) Yes and no, the token itself provides the provides the trust we need that no one is tempering with the data and miss using it. That's why you need this token.

I hope I could at least answer some of your questions/concerns. But yes, I can agree on some of your points

>> No.21269802
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Yes, 15k is a make it stack. There is 80m RLC... Compared to the ETH supply of 112m.... Just imagine having 20k ETH, that's comparable to having 15k RLC...

>> No.21269985

But I could have had so much more. I know we are still in smart money phase but I could have had 10x my stack if I got in at the right time.

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Buying [email protected]$ is the exact same as buying [email protected] You can look at the mcap of RLC now and the mcap of LINK at 30c. It's about the same. I know you could have a biggest stack, but buying now isn't bad. This coin is a 50$+ coin if you just look at its potential

>> No.21270323

Great post. Centralized data centers/cloud computing is a final good that is sold to customers. Iexec makes data and cloud computing into a commodity. A commodity is always cheaper than a final good. Anyone, AWS or fucking not, who doesn’t decentralize will be destroyed by the competition. This is just one of those evolutions that can’t be stopped. I can feel it in my bones, in my soul!

>> No.21270334

Definitely a step above my knowledge base because I’m a brainlet when it comes to this, but for your first point, wouldn’t Chainlink assist in mitigating the potential cheaters you mention? Genuinely just curious here

>> No.21270391

To make an analogy, it would be like a bread maker making their own flour and yeast to make their bread instead of just buying flour.

>> No.21270509

iExec already has better oracles than LINK and that’s just 1% of what the token can do lol

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I just compoot

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oh my fucking this is incredible my sidessssss dude lmao
"has never heard of AWS" hahahahaha

>> No.21270677

wtf is aws?

>> No.21270720

What about the tokenomics? The value of RLC is only because of the supply and demand or is there something else? Link needs to be high value because it is a collateral.

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Amazon's centralized cloud service. How did you make to this board and an RLC thread no less lol..

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This is a good point, doracles make the "cheating" part "obselete". Also... don't forget, RLC has their own doracles AND can implement any other doracle if the client wants them. I guess it could also implement multiple doracles at the same time and get an average from them (probably, not sure thou)??

>> No.21271049

What does this coin even do? It’s trying to accomplish way too much. They have oracles, renting datasets, decentralized computing power, private computing, they just need to focus on one thing.

I watched some videos and it doesn’t even explain a use case of RLC it just says it will “power smart cities”

Stay far away this screams pajeet vaporware...


>> No.21271121

??? I asked wtf aws was faggot not what amazon is doing

rlc can make data nfts to seel for $

>> No.21271191
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>>21270792 Thank you for providing the best answer to this guys question >>21270720

>> No.21271201

this coin does a lot and thats a good thing

>> No.21271244

I don't think you understand what a indeterministic program is - which is weird since you claim you are a programmer.

Take a simple random generator as the simlpest indeterminstic algorithm (not talking about provably fair rngs), how would you verify that the result the worker delivers is actually, truely random and not something the worker passes back to cheat the system. Its literally impossible to do this, and around 99% of all hard compute problems (e.g. all AI) are indertiministic.

Putting it on the blockchain thus solves nothing, so I don't think you understand iExec.

Also the results aren't on the blockchain (which would be hilariously expensive), so whatever you said about GDPR isn't true either.

3) lmao what? Just buy more compute power isn't going to solve latency or bandwidth.

Ok at this point I'm seriuosly doubting you have any more knowledge about computer science than doing an entry-level Javascript tutorial.

>> No.21271261

No it’s really not a good thing it means the project is all buzzwords and I’ve yet to see one real life use case

>> No.21271291
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It's not trying to to way to much. It's a decentralized cloud... A decentralized cloud can do ANY kind of computation you want it to do. So if you want to run any kind of program or computation on it you can. If a centralized cloud can do it, a decentralized cloud can do it cheaper. And due to it's decentralized nature it is 100% trustless

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When you look at iExec more deeply, it's really an incredible project.
The scope is huge and extensive and their framework and foundations live up to you would expect from 19 years of work and then 5 additional PhD's

Nothing else on the market even comes relatively close to scope or real world use cases. Accumulate while you can anons, next moon I don't think we'll ever see under $2 again

>> No.21271316

why focus on one thing if they already made it do multiple things really well?

>> No.21271352

its an academic experiment, they love to spin new ideas and implement basic proof of concepts which then can get published in a nice paper and then they hop to the next topic without ever dedicating themselves to bring the first one to a production ready state. Its basically the whole academic spirit brought to a startup, which is why it fails miserably at adoption.

>> No.21271390

>3) lmao what? Just buy more compute power isn't going to solve latency or bandwidth.
iExec will have fog/edge compute which solves the latency problem.

AI is still down the road but the idea is that iExec will eventually provide the computing power and datasets that drive the AI, whatever that is.

>> No.21271429

>it's an academic experiment
What shit tier fud lol just don't buy any RLC please.

>> No.21271443

if you don't see the real use case of cloud computing then..... anon you might be the dumbest blackest gorilla nigger I have ever encountered.
CC makes your life work, and iExec and DCC are the clear logical next step of its evolution

>> No.21271528

if you can't connect the dots on this early technology you probably shouldn't invest in crypto

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Also, can you reddit faggots stop with your homo spacing shit? No wonder RLC threads are never blessed with any digits as of late, your faggotry is sapping our meme power

>> No.21271564

i cant fuckin read half htese posts cus people type to serious

>> No.21271674

Problem is simple
The infrastructure allows lots of things to be implemented. But for this, this thing need to be developed. And they didn’t gather dev around this project enough for now.
If they implement several killer dapps on this, good oracles etc it will be an epic win. If they fail this is going to 0

>> No.21271706

You can use Iexec for non deterministic tasks, however the PoCo (which you are not forced to use) would need to be based on a file result which would force the use of an enclave.

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Oh im sorry, pee pee poo poo world computer many pajeet computer outprice all globocorp data centers and has many use case, even infinite use case, and also defi. Many moons soon sirs.

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I'm not an academic, I hate academics. That's why the confusion. I can see that you're a academic and that your level of theoretical knowledge is far beyond mine. I just know how to program in like 15-20 programming languages, I'm not involved in a deep level on any of them. I have basic understandings of AI, robotics, multi-threading, web design, back-ends, mobile applications, ... I mostly worked in Go, VueJS, python, C#.

Now that you provided an example I do understand.
You're interested in "How do i know if this faggot is passing me random bullshit, instead of actually computing what I want?" The answer is rather simple. The worker actually doesn't know what it's computing for the client, it just knows what it has to do to get the actual result. That's how TEE works. The data is encrypted in a way that the worker can work on it, but it doesn't know what it's working on... I gave a link to the youtube channel of iExec a few posts above. I know there's a few videos where Gilles Fedak explains this. I cba to find it really, but if you make your own research you can check this is true.

The 3) point. ah sorry, I miss understood that. I have no clue in all honesty. And your point is valid and good. But I would argue since they're in this shit they've got that shit covered. Since your point is a big concern of course. And they probably wouldn't ignore it. And due to Gilles Fedak being a pioneer in cloud computing and distributed computing itself (you can check google schoolar for his research papers if you're interested. I recommend you do) he probably knows what he's doing. I can trust him at least that much

This point) Also the results aren't on the blockchain (which would be hilariously expensive), so whatever you said about GDPR isn't true either.

Yes they are. The result itself gets verified twice, as i already mentioned earlier. First by RLC, then ETH. The off-chain part isn't verified ofcourse, because as I explained earlier it's in a TEE

>> No.21271767

They have a shitload of money, they still didn't touch their ETH stack afaik. Next months they will have to spend them, I heard they're preparing a new Dapp contest.

>> No.21271789

thx for translation. Nobody speaks poo anymore.

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Well, the whole point of me starting this thread was to destroy FUD and start a serious conversation about this literal gem.

LOL nice >>21271710

>> No.21271886

It’s worthy choice but the “next LINK” is XSN.

>> No.21271932

anyone got input on this?

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>> No.21272207

>Serious question.
iexec is mainly built for blockchain dapps to have computing power and confidential computing

the enterprise aspect in the way youre viewing it should be seen as an addon

you cant connect AWS to ethereum without a middleman like iexec (or amazon building their own but thats like saying why didnt coinbase build their own chainlink)

>> No.21272249

XSN is so small in scope.. it'll be replaced the second someone copies but fixes all its weak bs

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1) These blockchain IaaS projects all remind me of Siacoin (SC) which is/was great in theory, but totally impractical for Enterprise use because of the IP/copyright issue. There's no compliant way to decentralize data storage on a large scale.

I don't get what the problem here is. How do you mean no compliant way?

2) Companies can't afford to commingle with data that can expose them to risk

Everything is in a TEE which makes it impossible to read data from other people. You can work on the data, but you don't know what the fuck you're doing and what you're calculating

3) You can already reserve spot instances in AWS data centers for pennies on the dollar. What exactly is being delivered? Tokens for what exactly? Serious question.

As I already pointed out, when you buy at AWS you pay for their data center upkeep and everything that makes a data center run. RLC only charges you for the raw computing power itself and because it's a token on ETH the ETH blockchain provides the trustless enviroment you need in order for you to feel safe that people don't fuck with your data. Also TEE enclaves make it so that people who compute/work on your data don't know what the data represent or what they're computing and they can't temper it or send you false data back.

>> No.21272299

stop typing

like a fucking

reddit faggot. You are sapping our power levels

>> No.21272353

the funny part is people cant grasp what iexec does yet at the same time they easily defend why a json parser should be worth billions

theyre different topics sperg

>> No.21272373

Iexec doesn't do hosting at any point, copyright concerns are moot with TEE.
The tokens are used for PoCo which incentives good behaviour from workers.

>> No.21272381

Fedak has ZERO experience running a company of any sort

He has spent his whole life in academia. This token is nothing more than a way to fund his research and quite frankly I find it very unethical

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Well... having things logically separated makes it easier to understand shit... He made 3 lines, because he made 3 points, i guess xD

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YES and FINALLY DIGITS for an RLC thread!
Heed my words reddit faggots, stop being redditfags when you come here, at the very least in RLC threads

$50 EOS boyz confirmed by digits, have some milkers of prosperity while I'm here

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>> No.21272444

nah Stakenet will be the default DEX during the DeFi led bullrun through 2021. it's what any other DEX will aspire to be. XSN is a very valuable and smart investment because of this

>> No.21272456

people said the same of vitalik
this isnt a "company"... its decentalized tech

>> No.21272462

Go back tranny jesus christ.

>> No.21272470

soo, where to buy iExec?

>> No.21272489

Binance or Uniswap

>> No.21272511

Damn and now trips of truth... hmmm maybe you're right anon... The Raiden aspect is sexy af...

>> No.21272560

Xsn is the only thing that matters right now, everything else is cuck coins with minimal gains

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The problem is that LINK does 1 thing and it took 4chan and the general public 3 fucking years to realize that the thing it does is great and needed.

RLC on the other hand does fucking a billion things which are all GREAT AND NEEDED but people have a hard time grasping them, since they aren't easy to grasp for most people who are and aren't in the IT sector.

>theyre different topics sperg
lol, >>21272384

You need 0 experience in running a company if you have a great solution... Great examples are Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. They both were only programmers who had a great product. If you have a great product the company leads itself. And I would argue that Fedak is doing a great job.

What this guy said >>21272489


>> No.21272700

C'mon man, LINK is a great coin. I've started to use it more ever since my favourite casino, EarnBet started accepting LINK.
I'm a long term holder, would rather die than sell this gem of a coin. Shame on you who sell

>> No.21272750

can i get a quick rundown on why SIA failed but RLC will succeed?
curious because i've got an 870 bag suicide stack but i wonder if i should double or triple it

>> No.21272840

Sia has literally nothing to do with iexec anon in terms of usecases, architecture or tech

>> No.21272843

nigger type like that in an RLC thread 1 more time and I will track your IP, I'm a Mossad MI6 Navy Green Barrette Marine SEAL Team 11, and I will hack your redditfag wallet and liberate all your RLC
Stop being a nigger and ruining our power levels. XRP and Link threads get quads and even quints because they don't have you all fags sapping our meme power

>> No.21272920

XSN will be used with Hydra, and like Hydra you will never be able to stop it. Too many heads. XSN will be in all your threads anon

>> No.21272952
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Dunno, SIA didn't fail in my opinion. It's super cheap. If you want to have file storage you probably can't get it cheaper. But a decentralized file storage really isn't that much of an interesting concept. It works, it works great, but is it amazing? Not really
And what this guy said >>21272840

>>21272843 Bring it on Mossad, all of my passwords are 50 long random numbers, letters and symbols

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Why can't this grid network be put to use to get a better vaccine for Covid ??

Not sure I trust the Russian vaccine

>> No.21273045

no but i'm thinking in my pure layman's terms
i'm probably wrong, but i though SIA was distributed data storage, while RLC is distributed computation (and maybe storage too?)

>> No.21273100

>Dunno, SIA didn't fail in my opinion. It's super cheap.
oh that might be what it is, then: SIA hit it's peak market cap potential and has been stagnant since
where do you guys figure RLC will be worth billions. is it just from comparing from AWS numbers?

>> No.21273316

can anyone explain to me how RLC solves the 'single point of failure' issue?
I'm shit at BEND and my boss said they had to spend a lot of dev time on setting AWS up to avoid single point of failure, and how big of a deal is this in the cloud computing market anyway?

>> No.21273338
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Checked on those digits here we go boyz getting our power levels back up
RLC has so many facets that will generate so much money it's hard to start somewhere. You should sincerely DYOR
Like aside from DCC, they're also looking to allow companies to use Data Sets as collateral for defi loans.... which is fucking brilliant.
And then their doracles are top tier and get highly undervalued by 99% of people
how it's -Confidential- Cloud Computing gets overlooked.... right when someone like AirBNB uses AWS for their services, Amazon can see all their data and do what they want with it
By making all data confidential companies can also monetize their data like never before and have 100% control over it at every level
And it goes on.......

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>> No.21273393

If you ain't holdin':
Then you're ngmi.

>> No.21273408

>XSN is so small in scope.
This is how I know you don’t know what you’re talking about. There are legitimate reasons to question the success potential of XSN (mostly that it’s extremely anti-Semitic to build towards a REAL dex siphoning liquidity from every major cex so there will be many opponents against its adoption) but being too small in scope isn’t one of them.
I like RLC, it’s my third highest hold after XSN and LINK. No need to sling shit.

>> No.21273475
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This isn't even a moon mission, we're going to Mars. And we'll have Mansion Estates in Byzantium

>> No.21273538
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>Great examples are Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. They both were only programmers who had a great product.
> Steve Jobs
> Programmer

Kys pajeet just market sold 10k

>> No.21273652

these fuds are so bad, at least make them good enough to shake out some weak hands. Better sooner than later they go

>> No.21273949

Gilles is a fucking genius grid computing LORD, if you think he can't use that brain power to run a fucking business(which is the easiest thing in the world btw even literal braindead retards can do it) then you're dumb

>> No.21274008

It's not hard to grasp cloud computing on a blockchain

>> No.21274655
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It is if you don't even know what the fuck a cloud is... And if you don't know hot decentralization actually works it's even harder.

For instance this guy was probably the smartest guy on this thread >>21268701 >>21268742
But I can still clearly see he has little to no blockchain knowledge in general, even thou he had A LOT of very valid concerns/points. This guy had more valid points then 70% of the thread

>> No.21274679

lol I own over 60K barrels and know everything about this project.

>> No.21274733
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Then share your sweat knowledge my brother. And no, fuck off. You surely don't know EVERYTHING. knowing everything means you know every single line of code and how it interacts with everything, that's impossible

>> No.21274824

>Gilles is a fucking genius grid computing LORD
I’m not disputing that but iExec is just a way for him to keep his research funded since he lost tenure as a scientist at INRIA

He has totally stopped working on enterprise adoption after the ICO. He’s set for life and this is just an academic project for him now. The token is literally worthless.

>> No.21275171

when are you selling?

>> No.21275276

the day before smartcon

>> No.21275575

Another based RLChad getting digits. Just bought 7k more barrels bullish af

>> No.21275579

The most valid concern I've seen about current iexec is:
"If they want to be used by industry, they better get certified"
They have no certifications yet they're going for adoption. Governments? Big companies? You better have 2 or 3 types of certifications before they even look at you. Its a liability thing. I asked iexec last year and they didn't have any plans for certification. How can it be sustainable?

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Look, we're going into a decentralized society. Big companies and the government are going to get decentralized sooner or later...

What do I mean by this?
You don't need politicians to run a country, you just need a fair voting system and a fair money distribution into projects that THE PEOPLE want. Governments are failing left, right and center. They're shit and obsolete, they need to fall and be replaced by a decentralized government which is controlled by the people for the people.
Same goes for companies... Don't like your boss? Is he a fucking retard who can't do shit right? Oh well, just convince your co-workers that you'll do a better job and convince them to vote you into the position as their boss. Show them that you'll threat them right and that you're the best person for the position.

Decentralization will be key to our society in the coming years. The above examples will of course take tens of years, yes. But it'll come, sooner then you realize it. We shall be a decentralized society, because people are feed up with the lies, idiocy and incompetence of our "leaders". They're tired and exhausted from all the shit. We just need to change something and decentralization is the change we all truly need and want. I know most people wouldn't agree on me with this, since they don't really think about it. But it is coming and you can't stop it

>> No.21276493
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As you said, it's a liability thing. But that only matters in a centralized society where no one can trust each other. In a decentralized society everyone can trust each other (that's why DEXes, decentralized storage, doracles,.. work), because the blockchain is the trust layer which guarantees the trust that people want and need in order to function together as a society without killing each other in the process because of greed and hate.

>> No.21276971

>How can it be sustainable?
because it doesnt matter if they get certified or not, the world computer will eventually be populated and no one will be able to do a damn thing about it

>> No.21277040
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Exactly, because governments can't stop decentralization, nor can big companies. The only thing they can do is bend the knee and suck the dick

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>Look at you, hacker. A pathetic creature of meat and bone. Panting and sweating as you run through my corridors. How can you challenge a perfect immortal machine?

>> No.21278148

I just want to have sex bros

>> No.21278156

bro same

>> No.21278549
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Buy RLC, wait a few years and you shall have all the high society hookers you can ever want. But don't expect love, you only wanted sex and you'll get what you pay for

>> No.21278772

Another Nigerian scam?

>> No.21278840
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Well maybe read the thread instead of asking retarded shit

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>> No.21279682

I have 15 barrels. Hope each one costs 25k usd in a week or so

>> No.21279700

Based. I have 55k so far.

>> No.21280040

ARPA is the better version of this isn't it?

>> No.21280048
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don't forget to join the RLC Fags discord, a magical place where we post about RLC

https://discord (dot) gg (slash) 69mXEFB
it's fantastic

>> No.21280416
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If I understand ARPA correctly the only thing it does is private data sharing, which is only 1 of many aspects RLC can do... Also ARPA doesn't have any of the great partneships RLC has (Intel, Alibaba, IBM, Ubisoft (this one is kinda crap lol), EDF, EEA (Ethereum Enterprise Alliance), Fortanix, CCC (Confidential Computing Consortium, look this one up), ...

I'd argue that RLC is on another level

>> No.21280425

Can we do this cup & handle thing now, please?

>> No.21280459
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No, we need to first accumulate for another 6-10 months then we go into take off after I accumulate another 15k of these babies so I can secure the future of my children and grandchildren and their children

>> No.21280484

Iexec Academy in September

>> No.21280499

plz I eat all the vegetables

>> No.21280591
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I'm sorry my boy, the market is stupid and this means more time for smart people to accumulate. You shall get rewarded in the end, just tough it out and you shall ripe the rewards of your patience when this shit hits about 50$. But remember the wise words of the supreme tranny deluxe "NEVER SELLING"

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it's NSMDO scrub you're in an RLC thread

>> No.21280845

This is a clear use case for iexec. It will be used for this.

>> No.21280849
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dafuq is that garbage ?

>> No.21280925

Woah 10,000 IQ genius right here. My mind is blown.

>> No.21280940

how the fuck

am I supposed to read

your god damn

wall of text

and fucking....


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>> No.21280991

One word at a time, left to right, up then down.

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>> No.21281074
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just fuck off back to plebbit is how

>> No.21281138

What the fuck is this? Trump memes? Are you actually trying to copy chainlinks neonazi bullshit?
sell your stack retard moonboi

>> No.21281258

>Trump memes?
stfu tranny yidnigger. GTFO back to plebbit with your faggotry and niggerdry or better yet, join the 40% already

>> No.21281326
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September boys.

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>> No.21281574

yes, plz. I'll be a good boy and fuck all the trannys

>> No.21281630

>seething wagie trying to get in cheap.
>probably missed link, why else would he be waging? lol

>> No.21281678

>there's no reason trump should be associated with neonazis, you jew nigger tranny, kill yourself
the fact that it's you posting it is the association. congratulations, you tiny tiny man. if I were a tranny id shove it up your ass just cause itd make you rope getting dominated by a faggot.

>> No.21281876
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No one is reading your fag shit nigger. Go tell plebbit you dilated an extra cm today and fuck off

>> No.21281959

tranny fuck off

>> No.21282079

Gillerino Fedak

>> No.21282865
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I'm really proud of you guys today, we destroyed every single FUD about RLC in a single thread. I knew you could do it you assfags

>> No.21282949

We even managed to get digits and only on based posts

>> No.21283025

i only FUD this coin cuz i want more of them - cheap

>> No.21283044
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Well I hope we shilled sum people into buying this fucking GEM. The buy pressure is actually starting to build a little. And I'm getting my 40ETH in like a day or 2. I hope I didn't fuck myself with this thread honestly. I want cheap RLC for myself, need that 15k+ barrel stack

>> No.21283082
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Yea no shit bro

>> No.21283084

720 barrles enough?

>> No.21283138
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Ask yourself this, is 1000 ETH enough? Because 720 barrels is like 1000ETH if you compare the supplies

>> No.21283213

cheers lad!

>> No.21283219

Ngl I loosed some of my RLC stack for SXP @ 1.54 but its paid off so far
RLC/SXP chadfolio 2020 undisputed
We're all gonna make it

>> No.21283269
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Gilles was just caught flaunting his wealth....


>> No.21283309

Can you run a iExec node and make money?

>> No.21283341
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This is going to moon really hard very soon. Fog computing is coming fast.

>> No.21283396
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Yes. But it's called a worker, not a node... And you can do it with a CPU or GPU


>> No.21283424
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nice digits
and my guy we're RLC isn't even on most exchanges yet, just Binance I think. Most people have still never even heard of it

But if you watched the recent EEA conference their Enterprise Edition is fully launched for big companies and Microsoft went on extensively about how important DCC is
There's only 87m RLC. The Great Buying War is not far off...

>> No.21283429

is it profitable right now, or have the chinks taken over already?

>> No.21283480
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Almost anyone can with any device, although your limited power might be looked over
Global Decentralized Supercomputer Cloud Computing
That's why RLC is the Bitcoin of CC

>> No.21283500

> tfw only 15k RLClet

I’m never gonna make it am I?

>> No.21283597
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RLC is on about 10 exchanges https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/rlc/markets

This will always be profitable for anyone... Why? Because while you watch your favorite animal porn you don't use up 100% of your CPU and you don't use up a 100% of your GPU. If you use a virtual box instance you can even run multiple ones. My friend actually ran 4 virtual boxes (so 4 workers on 1 computer).
But I have to disappoint you that he pools haven't been working for months, since no one is using this fucking shit, as we pointed out in the above posts. It works yes, but doesn't have any real adoption. I've been in the worker pools from the start and the devs themselves posted tasks in order for people to test it out and I got a load of RLC from that and so did a few of my friends. It works perfectly fine, we just need to wait for adoption.

That's 15000 * 50$... Isn't that enough you greedy fuck? If you put that into a stable coin and get interest on compound or aave that's a shit ton of money...

>> No.21283598

Why not wait 2 days with the thread then? lol

>> No.21283599

You will control a harem of high quality AI powered sex dolls.

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>> No.21283640
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how does $180,000,000 in Q3 2021 sound?

>> No.21283675
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Because I was tired of the retarded shit FUD which made literal 0 sense I was really bored today... Also I'm already have 7.2k barrels which is more than enough to make it, so I'm really not that concerned about it

>> No.21283723

how legendary would it be if someone rolled 'RLC' in their id..

>> No.21283822

roll, check my digits!

>> No.21283894
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Fuck off, doubles. We going to the moon now boiiizzzzz

>> No.21283948

at least i got dubs shitface!

>> No.21284214
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Dubz and Green id... moon confirmed boys
$2 will be shattered by EOW

>> No.21284260
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Let me throw in another piece of very interesting information for you retards...

Polkadot is going to use RLC as one of its parachains: https://forum.web3.foundation/t/teams-building-on-polkadot/67

What is polkadot?
Part 1: https://medium.com/polkadot-network/what-is-polkadot-a-brief-introduction-ca3eac9ddca5
Part 2: https://medium.com/polkadot-network/what-is-polkadot-part-2-the-vision-f52875899217?source=collection_home---4------5-----------------------

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This is actually not really common knowledge yet... But THIS IS SUPER FUCKING IMPORTANT. This could be RLCs first use case where someone actually uses it to do shit. This is IMPORTANT NEWS

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People just don't get it man.

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How many RLC for a girl like pic related?

>> No.21284587
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1 RLC is enough for cheap hookers like that. She only costs about 100$ per hour

>> No.21284693
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meme magic is real
praise kek
thank you frens
see you at $10 this winter

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See ya there

>> No.21284883

But that's not regular hooker. It's Gilles favourite trannê and queen on every SUPERTRANNE DUMP PARTY

>> No.21284970
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ah yes, the supreme deluxe edition. That'll cost you 10 RLC my brother

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tasty pasta. is the option available for Gilles to adapt to some Go code like Sergey did?

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Yes, probably because of this thread which destroyed every single trace of FUD... And because it hit the 200 MA on the 1d rlc/usdt pair (biggest volume and most liquid pair)

>> No.21285337

lmao I literally bought half of your bags
Thanks for the free gains

>> No.21285426
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Nice one, you fucked the retard good.

Never sell IF YOU EVEN THINK it's the bottom... rookie mistake to make. Don't worry, judging from the sell pressure it'll drop again

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Oh shit bro. I think you fucked up pretty badly... LOL, JUST LOL. Sold 1.5c above the bottom. Oh well... Leave him behind, ONWARDS MY COMRADES

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>> No.21285530

Just grabbed another 367 barrels. Total 2370 now. Based.

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Holy shit lmao it is. Wtf that recovery

>> No.21285697

Thx for the info, lol. See you at 2$, bye.

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No worries, I've got more than plenty to make it. But I'm a greedy fuck

>> No.21285921

Not greedy enough, should've waited 2 days.

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>> No.21286365
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Sorry guiiz sell pressure it too big. Maybe next time *pheeeew*, in 1-2 days I get my 40 ETH and pamp the price slowly, no worries. But untill then we stay below 4000 on the RLC/ETH pair. Promise guiz?!

It'll come back down, no worries. sell pressure is too high compared to buy pressure. Also it's a no volume pump. Probably bots

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>> No.21286718

> look mommy I drew the good lines

TA is voodoo shit bro. Cringe.

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I love how everybody stopped shitposting in this thread when the price pumped and is probably looking at the chart.... It's not going up guyz... Gotta wait for 2 more days

>> No.21287099

t. fud no barrel owner

>> No.21287215
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dude, i fucking made this thread you fucking little shit. I have more barrels then you'll ever own. I literally single handedly destroyed every single attempt at FUD on 4chan in this thread today. Go and read the thread from the start. I made 63 posts in here and this is the 64 post. LOL, telling me I have no barrels

>> No.21287230

get baited kid

>> No.21287437
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I hold more RLC than anyone here

>> No.21287483
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How much is that

>> No.21287529

Top 45

>> No.21287579
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provide the wallet address and move 1 RLC to somewhere else and we believe you

>> No.21288154

I sold the bottom after holding for years. how do I kill myself /biz/?

>> No.21288187

>The data is encrypted in a way that the worker can work on it, but it doesn't know what it's working on
Is this fully homomorphic encryption?

>> No.21288196


>> No.21288212

on stream

or buy in now, its not too late fren

>> No.21288236

what does hating gays have to do with encryption

>> No.21288387

Thanks for the thread anon. Been looking for something like this to confirm my 870 barrel purchase.

>> No.21288608

26k reporting in, holding since 2017

>> No.21288639

strong hands

>> No.21289139
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But is there any downside to getting certification?

>> No.21289260
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It hasn't started yet so chinks haven't overran it
Get in early and buy cheap RLC while you still can for staking

>> No.21289303

> tfw only 15100

Fuck it hurts so bad to be an RLClet. How do I cope?

>> No.21289356

How does 4.6 gorillion dollars sound?

>> No.21289407

I’m never selling desu, I will just be a NEET forever and use my insane computing power to DDOS my enemies

>> No.21289440

RLC has the best memes after Link.

>> No.21289461

>insane computing power
you know all the computing power exists now. they are just reselling it with a shitcoin
so revolutionary

>> No.21289475

>so revolutionary

>> No.21290124
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i did some TA

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>> No.21290418
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September enterprise edition soon

>> No.21290430

nice, all in

>> No.21290459

I have to sage it. Please let it go down and we shill after tomorrow so I can buy more.
I will shill it too then :’(

>> No.21290585

Thanks just bought 870 more.

>> No.21290735

too late, 2$ tomorrow

>> No.21291133

No point of shilling this coin anymore. Simple task for all the retards who don't understand the tech or think it will fail:

Look at the full list of top 100 coins right now. DYR. That should trigger a lightbulb in your small brain when you discover how so many shittier coins are valued more than this "shit" coin. Profit.

>> No.21291150

based cuck anon

>> No.21291899

Unfortunately the 30 day chart shows a classic double peak which means this thing is going to $1 whether you like it or not before it goes anywhere else. I'll definitely be getting in before the end of August though.

>> No.21292016

You can't do TA on that pnd wick to 21k sats that was just chicos dumb moon boys

>> No.21292846

how many time i have to accumulate ? need some mounths more

>> No.21292859

5 minutes max

>> No.21293235
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Blessed be OP! I knew it that RLC is a hidden gem, just like LINK was. I could tell with curry stinking heavily organized FUD on both projects.

What’s a good stack on this baby? I might drop a few BTC on it.

>> No.21293278

and seriously ?

>> No.21293393

30k to be a millionaire in 2021.

>> No.21293529
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OP said 15k stack before?

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he is the optimistic, i am pessimistic

>> No.21293751

Was he really caught with a tranny, i dont get that part,

>> No.21293921
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This is now a SAFEX thread.

>> No.21293943

Yes he was in Marseilles along the coast

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>has never even heard of a cup and handle

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safex is a scam

>> No.21294360

If a real alt season begins this will go far higher than $30

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comfy with my digital bros

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>> No.21295096

Damn now I'm nostalgic, iExec branding really has that late 90s - early 00s vibe

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Ladysirs, please drop it down to fiddy cents. Need to scoop up barrels to feed village elders.

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Well look up how TEEs works and find out yourself. I just googled "homomorphic encryption" and the definition looks correct.
But I just found this article and apparently there is a difference? Let me read threw it and I'll give another reply to it.
Article: https://medium.com/@bhaskarmedhi/privacy-preserving-computation-techniques-fhe-from-ziroh-labs-8814e88044a

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Great thread.
I do own 15k+ barrels, and i believe that token will go to to somewhere between 30-60 dollars.

>> No.21295377

Trading vol decreased along your "handle". Just saying.

>> No.21295485
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Yes, you bend the knee to a false government which doesn't take care of it's people and abuses it's power. Crypto is the new form of government which doesn't need humans in order to govern itself and society. Certificates are the past and need to be phased out and trust needs to be decentralised.

LINK didn't even have good memes, I've literally got a meme folder on my google drive with 149 memes. that's literally alll the RLC memes in existence that I know off. And I've collected a few more in this thread (maybe 7). And I'm posting 1 meme per post and I made 68 posts by now, this being the 69th

In all honesty, I'd love this. Loading up more for 1$ sounds amazing, I've been in since 30c and I regret not buying 10k more

Well... If it isn't 500$ you still got time

A got stack is 5k+... A great stack is like 20k

Actually no... You need 100k and the price needs to be 100$. Or to put it in realistic perspective. If it had the same mcap as LINK right now, you'd need about 15k barrels to get to a million. realisticly you need 10-20k barrels to get to a million.

Well, if we get just a little adoption, 10-15k for a million is realistic. If we get LINK levels of adoption then maybe even less. I mean.... If Polkadot uses it as a parachain and it's successful and other people start to notice it could go huge. And if you google "Polkadot parachains", look at the images you'll se it is there. But it's just a question whether or not It'll be used from the start or included later...

Look at this if you haven't seen it yet (already posted this): https://forum.web3.foundation/t/teams-building-on-polkadot/67

I agree

Now let me read threw this so I can answer that guys question about "If it's homomorphic encryption or not". I believe it's not, since in the article it's separated... But first a cigarette, just woke up to find my thread on the 10th page and I saved it in time.

>> No.21295529
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so whats the next thing for RLC after V5?

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>> No.21295666

Enterprise adoption

>> No.21295844
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To answer you question I'll just copy this in:

Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) is a an encryption primitive that allows computations on the cipher-text without having to decrypt in first. So, in essence, it protects data in Data-In-Use state. Like AES Encryption protects data in its Data-At-Rest state and Data-In-Transit is protected by encrypted connections (HTTPS, SSL, TLS).
Homomorphic Encryption schemes for one single type of arithmetic operation (addition or multiplication) have been around for a very long time. However, the promise of Fully Homomorphic Encryption schemes (as opposed Partial Homomorphic Encryption) is the ability to perform arbitrary computations on encrypted data. This technology in essence can, Hide (from unauthorised party) and Reveal ( to authorised party) Sensitive Data Simultaneously. The Client-side (in a client-server architecture) can get storage, computation from the Server-side ( i.e. the storage, computation provider, like the cloud) without revealing the underlying, sensitive data to the Server-side.

A Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) is a simply a secure area inside a main processor. An isolated environment. created using using both special purpose hardware and software to protect data inside the TEE. In general, TEE provides a “trusted environment” inside which a compute can run while it is invisible to any other process on the processor, the operating system or any other privileged access. Unlike Homomorphic Encryption, computations inside the TEE are performed on the decrypted, clear-text data.

So the answer is NO, it's not a Homomorphic Encryption

>> No.21295894

is swinging this around 1.60 a bad idea?
im a complete noob

>> No.21295946
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Yes, swinging this around in general is a bad idea, except if there's a partnership announcement and it pumps for 20-50%. This happened multiple times (Intel, Alibaba, Ubisoft partneship pumps). And you literal sold and bought back 1-2 days later. But swinging it RIGHT NOW is probably very bad. 2-3 anons literally sold the bottom a few hours ago

>> No.21295965

thanks fren

>> No.21296129

im kinda terrified of another leg down because of the meme virus, most of my money is in rlc so I wouldn't be able to buy more

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Thanks OP

>> No.21296367
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Ask me anything about RLC guys !!! I'll make all your doubts go away about this LITERAL GEM OF A PROJECT
I'll try to answer to the best of my capabilities !!!

No problem bro ! Anytime, just fill your bags before we hit 50$... And remeber. NEVER SELLING AT ANY PRICE REEEEEEEEE

>> No.21296533

wow this thread still up
based OP, not a faggot

>> No.21296550
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I would argue that the next step for this project would be to get onboarded into a decentralized lending service, like Compound, Aave. Or maybe used as collateral in MKR.
Do any of you guys know how to make a vote in order to get it onto one of them projects? I would love to get some of dat sweet interest on my RLCs !!! Damn you guiiz, we need to make this happen. This would be great for this project at this point

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Also being able to get more money for RLC as a collateral would be sweet, since I could get more RLC that way *wink**wink*

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here's to our digital oil

>> No.21296847

what about adoption

>> No.21296849

Look at the logo design
And tell me what you see. A see a great tech cap

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