For the newfags:Oracle:https://blogs.oracle.com/startup/every-startup-in-the-blockchain-with-oracle-cloud-and-chainlinkChinese Government:https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bsn-integrates-chainlink-oracles-bringing-real-world-data-into-its-irita-powered-network-301081572.htmlMicrosoft, EY, AMD, BP:https://medium.com/baselineprotocol/how-the-baseline-protocol-integrates-chainlink-oracles-fc66be703c6eGoogle:https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/building-hybrid-blockchain-cloud-applications-with-ethereum-and-google-cloudWorld Economic Forum:https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-world-economic-forum-and-chainlink-propose-industry-oracle-standard-for-connecting-blockchains-and-legacy-systems-301188894.htmlDo with this information what you want. I haven't even included all of the impressive partnerships, just a handful of them.
>>28707966Deutsche Telecom (already using chainlink) & Docusign as well.
>>28707966None of those are partners but ok
>>28708179its ok buddy, NANO will surely moon any day now and you'll be rich too
>>28707966>CTRL+F>any of those names>0 results found
>>28707966I didn't read anything. is this bullish for link?
>>28707966>Google:>https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/building-hybrid-blockchain-cloud-applications-with-ethereum-and-google-cloudThis was literally debunked in the Bloomberg article
>bought in at 34 >already down Fuck you guys. You said it would only go up.
something something industries and revolution of 4th
>>28708749I invested into link for 2 years without reading anything because the memes were actually good. When I read up on it I was actually blown away.
>>28708795Now debunk SWIFT, Microsoft, Oracle, the CCP, the world economic forum, and literally 400+ crypto project integrations
>>28708894It will. Give it a few months. LINK is like ALGO. It's a crap coin to swing with. I remember the correction last year after it hit $20. Everyone who bought in at pennies on the dollar were ecstatic with a lot having their diamond hands shattered by the price and selling. Irrational "$100 EOY" threads were all over the place. Meanwhile the serious players knew it would correct and then pump again even higher, all they had to do was wait, why risk swing trading? LINK, ALGO, GRT, are all 24+ month holds.
suicide stack now costs 33 500 $
>>28709092Prove oracle is doing anything, just one thing with link.
This information is gay. I bought Chainlink because it has the best memes.
>>28709092SWIFT - ZERO news in 4 years Microsoft - Yorke E. Rhodes literally spoke nothing of Chainlink and their cryptlets project during smartcon. Cryptlets seems to be abandoned Oracle - Gravelcoin and it seems like Chainlink won't be integrated in their blockhain as a service infrastructureCCP - BSN are not affiliated with CCP WEF - They literally shill anything Most integrations are dead chains or they will never deliver anything of substance. They literally mean nothing and all you should care about are the big names
>>28709092See, you can't even refute what I said. What a joke
Token literally not neededDumbass price parser
>>28709294>tfw only 200 LINK
>>28709549This is why I bought LINK too, but now Rubic has the best memesNo diss to Chainlink, I'm still holding, even through this crazy ATH.I'm just starting to think the only people who will make it are the ones holding Cubic coins.
>>28708894It’s a meme dude. Kinda like DOGE.
What are we lookin at by EOW?
>>28708113&HBARLink and hbar is the future
>>28711543The first 800 iterations of rubic memes were literally link cubes replaced with rubic cubes lmao
Link is the comfiest hold. I literally can buy Link at any price and feel good about it long term. I fucking wish it wasn't so heavily day traded so it would go up in a smooth manner and not get sold off at every target, but the flip side is that it gets bought up again and moves to the next target. I feel as good buying link as I do ETH or BTC.
>>28711725thisreplacing blue with green kek
>>28708795You are either dumb or intentionally FUDing. You don't partner with middleware you integrate it. Its like plug in tool and Google is offering LINK' services to their developers that use Big Query. That use of LINK and network growth is directly correlated with LINK's token value. Microsoft and Oracle are also offering LINK's decentralized oracles to their clients and devs as well.
>>28711954Cryptlets is dead and was never confirmed.
>>28711752I'm not comfy with ETH anymore. Its a constipated network for any utility and BTCs would be too if it were not just used as store of value. I don;t think either have a long term future beyond being liquidity movers into the real future of the technology which link is most definitely part of. HBAR is ETHs replacement for corporate and legal use. LINK will talk to HBAR. This is our share of the derivatives market. ETHs boom was because with low cost of entry anyone could create an ERC20 shitcoin on it. Both BTC and ETH are to slow and expensive. That part is HBAR.
>>28711954LINK and HBAR are googles preferred solutions and IBM, Deutsche telecom, IMB, Boeing, LG etc etc are all over them.
I could unpack my drive loaded with old link memes to establish myself and if any older fags are here you'd probably know me (linkinati linkcube, eyes wide shut)
>>28709674The WEF doesn't just shill anything. I watched part of the Davos shit and it rolled from President Xi to Bill Gates. You're defective if you think those types are pumping your little choo choo trains and hopping from scam to scam. WEF is talking about a shift as big and as horrifying as the one from the gold standard. Also worth mentioning is that the WEF was installed almost concurrently with the West going off the gold standard and has been at the front of all kinds of initiatives that people thought countries couldn't possibly be coordinated enough to carry out.
>>28712219But to be honest I'm now too rich to give a fuck and Links ride is only just begun. To 32 and then 50 then 70 90, 120.
>>28707966alright brosI'm a relative poorfag (college student) who only has 2k LINK. A few months ago I had a sit-down with my dad (who has money) about LINK and by the end of it got him to buy 300. He has more money than that to spare, keeps most of it in boomerstocks.How much more should I get my dad to buy? It's for the good of the whole family the way I see it. He trusts me enough at this point that if I shilled hard enough he'd buy more.
>>28712082u think hbar gonna run soon?
>>28711996This has nothing to do with cryptlets. Aaron Wright from Openlaw discusses an integration in Microsoft Office for Chainlink https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqxvtOeB-7E&feature=emb_title
>>28708179>>28708795>>28711954Why are brainlets so into the word "partnership"? It's left a bad taste in my mouth ever since 2017. Whenever I hear "partnership" I think of a basedface.
>>28708113>Tmobile: is actually providing a service to Chainlink and is receiving links from Sergey (yes if you hold link you are contributing to Tmobile's gains)>Docusign: need source on this. Oh what there's none, you pulled it out your ass? Don't fall for this nufrens
>>28712082Refer to the video here. >>28712539
>>28712460Don't know.Just accumulating. Link took two painful years remember. What they both have is actual adoption in corporate and government uses. HBAR is tracking vaccine rollouts in the UK, LINK is massive adoption to. No one can use eth, skeely never came through on eth 20.0 and HBARs core technology i9s patented and superior. Game over
>>28712589Tom Gosner (founder of docusign) is on the Chainlink team.
>>28712687I thought corporates just used r3 corda. is that assumption wrong?
>>28712641I am a link far and have been following link since its ICO thanks, I don't give a fuck about that, its way old. I give a fuck about solid stuff like Deutsche telecom which both LINK and HBAR are in on and then they are both also tight with Google etc etc and real implementations...
>>28712799>I thought corporates just used r3 corda. is that assumption wrong?Go look up the HBAR governing council, LG, Boeing, DT, Google, LG etc etc etc all running HBAR nodes
>>28712746He's not working at Docusign anymore and he is advisor for Chainlink. Sure he'd love Docusign to use link, that would pump his bags. But you can't say they're using Chainlink
>>28707966for delusions enjoyers pic related
>>28712820>I don't give a fuck about that, its way old.It was announced at SmartCon at the end of August while Deutsche Telecom started a node in June. I see now you are just a moron
>>28712539Lol, this is an office add on. You do not need to work with Microsoft to create that.
>>28711725>>28711845I know that, maybe not 800 but I have seen many of the memes you're talking about. The Cube in the sky one with the marching apus should stay a LINK exclusive meme for sure.
>>28713545https://www.forbes.com/sites/biserdimitrov/2020/03/04/microsoft-ey-and-consensys-to-make-the-public-ethereum-blockchain-safe-for-enterprises/?sh=14e07d3d15c9Technically that is probably true but they are though. The tool still reaches every user of Microsoft Office. I don't how people deny Microsoft when it was literally publicly announced through Baseline Protocol. Ctrl+F-Chainlink
>>28713305Fair enough. But Deutsche Telecom is providing infrastructure for Chainlink by running a node (in return for LINK), and Deutsche Telekom has a fairly deep partnership with Docusign (who has shown extreme interest in blockchain technology over the last 6 months). So. One of docusigns biggest strategic partners has committed to running chainlink infrastructure, Docusign's founder is an advisor for Chainlink. Chainlink is committed to smart contracts, something definitely on docusign's radar.Just reading between the lines.
>>28708894No one said that. In fact of anyone said anything, it's that it'll most surely crash
>>28713395>kek2016 was 20 years ago, nana
>>28707966OP pajeet confirmed. Don't trust this shitcoin
>>28713829Yep, Link is used in baseline and Microsoft contributed to baseline. Lots of nufags recently, I just want everyone to understand that Chainlink will be this century's Microsoft. We don't need partnership, we don't care, companies will use it because it will be at the heart of all the trust minimised systems
>>287140105-6 years when everyone realizes it makes ETH old hat. At $400 its marketcap will exceed ETH and it will be the no.2 or no.3 coin.
>>28713838Yeah sure fren. Just don't want all link threads to devolve into moonboi shit. But yes, we will make it
>>28714255>he thinks every other mcap will stay static and not more companies will jump into crypto following tesla like the lemmings they are
I have 1001 Link. Will this change my life?
>>28707966They are doomed
>>28714566Checked. It’s up to you whether or not you feel satisfied anon. You’re always gonna want more.
>>28714367I think Link could possibly get to Cardano and Polkadot and Ripple marketcap at ~$60USD per LINK within 12-24 months. It really depends on how LINK develops and what companies see the value. But it will go through the typical market bullish and bearish phases along the way. I don't think it will "moon" to ETH prices for a few years. It's definitely a long hold crypto.
>>28707966solet's say I am a retard with no idea how to buy/own cryptoHow would I go about purchasing chainlink?Aslo, is 33.36 expensive? What are the chances it keeps going up?
>>28714500Never said that. I said as they are now. I think Ripple is going no where and their market cap will decrease when evreyone realizes they're just a digital fiat. I think ETH will lose its market cap too and be replaced by LINK.
>>28714973A site says I can use some service, like cash app, to buy cryptoHowever, hacks happen so to keep it safe you should keep it in a wallet? However it seems like just an advertisement for their app. Is it necessary?
based crypto oracle
Pretty priced out of link , hoping LTO can be my link Looking forward to collab with you stinky linkies, LTOs using oracles for decentralized IDs and credentials on chain for enterprise defi
I bought it right now am I dooming myself to bag holding?
>>28714973Coinbase is probably the easiest to start Can keep it there or transfer to another service like bancor or Celsius for weekly returns. But most would suggest keeping it on a hardware wallet like trezor. Current price range is highest it’s ever been. You can wait for a dip or just buy now. If you are in for the long haul (you should be) the price now shouldn’t scare you because it will rise with time. It may stay lower than this for a while but just be patient
>>28708894kek diamond hands right anon?
>>28716968thanks anonjust downloaded the kraken app. I will probably try to pay attention and buy more when it dips, butt I am going to put in a bit rn
>>28708795Lol that was a hit piece that shilled Band instead.
>>28707966When’s a good time to get into these stinky linkies? It looks like it’s about to take a sizable dip again
>>28717623you definitely get in before the 16th of february
>>28716018Yes, it's never gonna go above $33.12
>>28708894kek he fell for our scam
>>28709132this, GRT is greatly undervalued with $21bn market cap
>>28709132I can also tell you have a dicklet (<10k) stack by this comment.Link was never a 12 month, 24 month, 5 year hold. It’s a lifelong hold.I hate new fagsThis is the only crumb I’ll leaveChainlink is bigger than BTC
>>28717947>Chainlink is bigger than BTCAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA
>>28715944devil MAY cry
>>28718074There’s a seminar or something IIRC. Some other link anon was talking about it yesterday how they were gonna sell because it was gonna spike once it hit mainstream news
anyone else just buy chainlink because it was fun with the memes? i put 300 bucks on it back in march for laughs. i have no idea what the tech is, don't really care, do i sell it or just keep my linkies?
>>28718788keep your linkies forever and never sell
>>28712589T-Systems is already running a node: https://market.link/nodes/f45fe711-52af-4f80-b4eb-d40554a14a84?network=1&start=1612730297&end=1613335097Docusign isn't official and Gonser isn't with them anymore but there's no way Docusign lets LINK get away from them when shit gets real. Look into Openlaw and you'll see why Docusign has to stay on top of their blockchain game. The main aspect holding Docusign back from major blockchain adoption is network fees.
>>28718900okay. what if my biggest trade was a meme. hm...
>>28712436I would diversify more than just Link, shill him some of the applications these coins have and tell him how much research and development go into certain coins. I aped into Nu-Cypher last month myself after seeing the potential utility it has. Its been sitting comfy and i've already 4x my money.
I put $200 per month into a 2% savings account for the last 12 months.I'm gonna put $200 per month into LINK for the next 12 months.Should've started last year ffs.
>>28712436Just have him dca. You have to keep in mind that he doesn’t really understand the project and therefore he doesn’t have diamond hands. If he puts in too much initial he’ll get spooked and sell at a loss. I’d just have him buy in slowly at amounts that he can easily spare and let time slowly convince him that this is a good project. He can always just grow his stack through staking over a few years.
Why the fuck would you buy link if it's already on the moon? You're taking so much risk to make 20% gains at bestJust buy PNK or something instead, christ
>>28709132Unironically maybe the best portfolio you can hold long term, possibly adding in ETH if scaling every happens.
Just posting some OC I made earlier today
>>28719827is this from blender
>>28707966everyday I thank GOD for making me a linky
recent acquirer of links herewhere do you hold your links?
>>28719827Good job anon We will make it
>>28719827I like it>>2872005875% Offline MEW25% Binance
>>28707966>Oracle:>https://blogs.oracle.com/startup/every-startup-in-the-blockchain-with-oracle-cloud-and-chainlinkthis was such a scam kek
Keep digging stinky linky!
>>28720257What are you talking about? DAG and QNT were major projects in their own right. LINK is unironically the coin to have successful spinoffs since BTC.
Stinky linkies got no oil!
>>28719532what risk? link has been slowly rising for years, the risk that it will suddenly crash is low
>>28719532opinions on PNK ?
>>28719532>Noooooooo stop buying LINK it will never go beyond 30 bucks!!!!No.
>>28709132This, hold all three and in 2-4 years you will have literally made it. There's the secret.
Link to $350 this year.
>>28720528what does iexec actually do? I've seen people shill it since 2017 and for exactly that reason I assume it's trash>>28719020>>28719417appreciate the advice anons. I might try to get him into Reserve Rights or Hashgraph or (my personal new favorites FinNexus and Mandala). I sat down with a pen and paper and showed him how flash loan attacks worked, just because I thought he'd find it interesting, but I might have scared him out of investing in DeFi by mistake (which he was prepared to put 4-5 figures of USDC into when I showed him Aave's stablecoin APYs). On the other hand by doing that I reinforced how ChainLink prevents such attacks by distributing the price data so that a market manipulator can't fuck the exchange rates with his flash loan.IDK bros what projects would you shill your parents? As an upper-middle-class college student I feel like I don't have the resources myself to make it this cycle but if I carefully leverage reputation and trust with my parents I may reach that mark.
>Your funding verification documents are under review with our payment processor. Please check back later to try again.REEEEEhow long does it take?
>>28721674The CEO of iExec, Gilles Fedak, pioneered some of the world's first grid computing software solutions, programming and maintaining them for 16 years before founding iExec.He also wrote the textbook on grid computing, and envisioned an even better solution using blockchain technology.The cloud computing market is projected to grow to a multi-trillion valuation by 2030, and iExec is further ahead in development than any of its blockchain competitors.iExec aims to assimilate future and existing cloud service providers into their marketplace, where anyone can buy and sell data and computational power for the best rates possible. Decentralized cloud services will maximize uptime, efficiency, and eliminate outages, saving businesses billions of dollars thanks to iExec's solutions.Smart cities, 3D rendering, AI training, collateral for De-fi, scaling decentralized applications, data monetization, and confidential computing are just a few of iExec's applications.iExec is poised to become the world standard for cloud computing. It's already been approved by the AMF (European SEC), and has obtained funding from Datacloud, the premier organization for data solutions and innovation. Iexec has worked with and received recognition from companies such as Intel, Google, and Microsoft, and has clients like Bosche as well as universities and medical facilities already using iExec to manage their data.These businesses purchase RLC off exchanges in order to use iExec's services, and then lock them in a smart contract to obtain a regulation compliant version of RLC called eRLC. This lock up will create scarcity for the native RLC token, and drive up value as it becomes more widely adopted.iExec's total supply is hard capped at 87 million, so there is no inflation, and the iExec team's treasury and revenue from its clients minimize the need for the team to market sell RLC to fund development.
>>2872005825% Exodus, 25% CBW, 50% Metamask
>>28721674IExec RLCWhat it can dodecentralized cloud, trusted executions, cloud resources (data sets, computing power, ...) marketplace, trusted doracles, tokenization & monetization of cloud assets (NFTs), ENS and it's FULLY COMPLIANT (French SEC approved, so basicly EU approved, so basicly USA approved, so basicly Coinbase, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, ... approved)Partnerships and collaborationsIntel, Nvidia, EU commision (Ontochain) + French SEC approves, EEA, CCC, EDF, Chainlink, OpenSSF, IBM Cloud, NCTU, Genesis Cloud, H7, BPI France, Scontain, Shift, Fortanix, TFCloud, Nerdalize, Cloud & Heat, Stimergy, OpenFog, ...Next technical releaseV5 2nd part. FOG/edge computing to keep the latency low for tasks that require real time data.Last releaseeRLC which is a fully compliant version of RLC for companies and is 1:1 interchangeable with RLC.DOT parachain, sidechains that handle computations with 0 fees, Intel SGX and TEE intergrated oracles, best memes on the internet, they are working with google
>>28717947Hello, based department?
>>28721838>>28721749how much is Fedak paying you to shill this ?
>>28721674Notice how big players are mentioning iExec and not just the other way around? Intelhttps://builders.intel.com/ai/membership/iexechttps://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/can-a-blockchain-controlled-robot-change-the-future.htmlhttps://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/new-confidential-computing-solutions-emerge-on-the-hyperledger-avalon-trusted-compute.htmlIBMhttps://twitter.com/ibmcloud/status/1067584636728082433https://www.ibm.com/cloud/blog/iexec-integrates-ibm-cloud-to-increase-the-security-of-decentralized-computinghttps://www.ibm.com/cloud/blog/announcements/announcing-ibm-cloud-data-shield-beta-at-think-2019Ubisofthttps://www.ubisoft.com/en-US/careers/gcdetail.aspx?id=321969European Commissionhttps://www.ngi.eu/ngi-projects/ontochain/Membershipshttps://confidentialcomputing.io/members/https://openssf.org/about/members/https://entethalliance.org/eea-members/Also take a look at the 7 PhD teamhttps://iex.ec/about-us/And the CEOhttp://scholar.google.com/citations?user=8UEfrTEAAAAJ&hl=enYoutubeNormie Solution presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IESv4BNw8Q [Open]iExec Solution presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ckHCmLQJQc [Open]Cloud computing as a Commodity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSBIk35YsUc [Open]Health care use case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCsasSNYo-4 [Open]Smart traffic controls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDk1D9L8Au0 [Open]5G power rescue robots: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEh3JHivS10 [Open]Website: https://iex.ec/Medium: https://medium.com/iex-ecTwitter: https://twitter.com/iEx_ecYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/iExec/videos <--- Look at their showcases or demo videosAdoption roadmap: https://trello.com/b/oSCT5z09/iexec-adoption-roadmap
RLC - Really Lacking Completeness
>>28721674TL;DR: watch this short 7 slide presentation instead, fren https://nsmdo.com/#1Now I am not saying sell your stinkies, I am saying you need some oil. 870 suicide, 8700 make it.
>>28707966When is the dip and when do I buy?
>>28721871No idea who that is fren. I am but a humble autistic oil merchant looking to make it. I even haz some stinkies.
>>28721964>RLC - Really Lacking CompletenessThe internet industrial consortium don’t seem to think so fren. They are building the www3 and the world economic forum is part of it https://www.iiconsortium.org/cgi-bin/iicmembersearch.pl
>>28721674>what does iexec actually do? I've seen people shill it since 2017 and for exactly that reason I assume it's trashIt still is. I remember when the RLCucks were spamming the board saying that this shitcoin is going to make a competitive oracle to LINK only to bend the fucking knee a few weeks later. The seethe threads from these retards made it worth holding LINK for this long. Kek
>>28722391Don’t be stinky linkie. You are going to regret not having some barrels.
>>28722456>>28722364I'll just wait until the LINK integration for exposure, thanks.
>>28707966How do I buy chainlink quickly. Everything seems to what way too much information to buy this. Binance requires proof of mail before I can pull money out. Coinbase requires my photo id. Uphold wont let you trade for like 90 days.
>>28722456kill yourself you dumb nigger. Link was still below $5 and already made huge gains compared to RLCucks. You jeets deserve to lose money.
>>28722508They don’t need it. They have wrapped RLC now. It bridges a gap between centralised computing which the corporate world can buy without volatility and the decentralised RLC network. It also removes RLC from circulation putting them in wrapped nodes. It’s been approved by frances sec and is awaiting the outcome of America’s which had the legal documentation filed last week I think. This would also open the door for American exchange access which is has lacked so far https://medium.com/iex-ec/iexec-receives-french-sec-approval-for-its-enterprise-marketplace-token-swap-offering-80fa63594c9
>>28722671Yes dear and RLC has yet to moon but will surpass LINK one day, I bet my life on it. This is like buying link at 25 cents. I didn’t realise you were all too poor to afford a position in another crypto.
What do you guys think of Linkpool?
>>28723141Erm picrel >>28722199 <——-
>>28722953>https://nsmdo.com/#1hahah fuggggGGGGbuy pnk idiots
Good day gentlemen. Stinkies are not what they used to be. Very sad.
Saw a rumor yesterday that Google will announce a $2 billion LINK purchase on the 18th. Any anons hear about this?
>>28723591Why would they buy it? Chainlink grants projects chainlink tokens that want to integrate.
>>28723211>8k link>memefolio cmon RanJeet at least save a shot from one of the oldfags that showed proof
>>28723591I wonder if they’d buy 2 Bn link or invest 2Bn into ChainLink Labs
Sold all my LINK , but finally investing in it weekly again
>>28707966didnt read, buying memes
>LINK 1 year - +666%>BTC 1 year - +371%>ETH 1 year - +539%It's like this board hates money.
>>28723934I only came here to have some meme fun with linkies. Someone asked what RLC did and I told them. Linkies turned out to be a bunch of newfags.
GRAVELCOINthats all u need to know about this scam piece of shit token. sergey looks for industry patsys to shill chainlink and come up with some EPIC!!!!!! marketing gimmick. look at Fernando and Oracle: "hey guise we're gonna integrate chainlink and we're also gonna work with 50!!!!!!!! (fifty) (five tens) companies and they will also use chainlink for their company !!!" and then all the retarded people think WTF ORACE AND 50 STARTUPS WOW THIS COIN IS GOING PLACES whereas in reality you just have a fat spic faggot dumping a bunch of link he got for free from sergey onto your head and the 'startups' are literal garbage like GRAVELCOIN: THE FIRST CRYPTO TOKEN TO BE PEGGED TO THE PRICE OF AND BE REDEEMABLE FOR A 10KG BAG OF FINE GRAVELL M A O
>>28723591>>28724408That's actually kinda bearish. Google trying to buy out LINK would be detrimental to the network as a whole.
>>28712553>It's left a bad taste in my mouth ever since 2017lmao how?all the rumored partnerships came out to be truedid you not buy in 2017?
>>28712589>tmobile and chainlink don't mutually benefit from this>tom gosner isn't sergay's close buddy >chainlink isn't partnered with CHINA through bsn>this fud in the year 2020+1lmao i'm thinking go fuck yourself my guy
Chain link solving trough of disillusionment in Gardner’s hype cycle before it even gets here
>>28721749Explain the tokenomics of this. It doesn't make sense to me to offer computing through a token that can effectively be price gouged/monopolized. It's as if you'd have to purchase AMS services through a middleman, paying for example $0.5 per s3 query instead of $0.0000001. There's no incentive for the actual companies/developers using this to have neets hoarding the tokens driving up the prices.
Team is dumping millions of tokens on a weekly basis, this is the biggest scam in crypto since bitconnect
>>28725823>google invests $2b>google is trying to buy out LINKjesus, where the fuck am i? starting to understand why all my stinker friends have left this cesspool.
Which wallets do you faggots use?
>>28727097>dumping millions>sergs just recently mentioned how the chainlink team is 100 people>sergs is supposed to just pay them in big macspriced out, seethe, cope, etc. NEXT
>>28727027>Sidechain>The next iteration of the iExec platform: iExec V4, to be released around the end of the year, will include an initial implementation of a sidechain. Without going into the details of how this sidechain will function, here are the two key takeaways regarding its effect on the RLC >tokenomics:>Any exchange of cloud resources happening on the sidechain will be settled in RLC. That is totally aligned with the current state on mainnet.Transaction validators of the sidechain will have to stake RLC.Without fundamentally changing them, the sidechain will improve the current tokenomics. The sidechain, however, is only an initial implementation and these mechanisms may not be the final version.The future of the RLC Token>As a final note, we want to make clear that getting the RLC tokenomics right means ensuring that the platform adoption will directly translate into the success of the RLC token. As the network matures and the RLC progressively changes hands from pure investors to more and more real end-users, we’ll make necessary adjustments to facilitate network growth in a way that can benefit all parties involved. We hope you now have a good understanding of the forces at play in ruling the value of a token. As more people get to know the basic concepts of tokenomics, we hope they can then make an informed decision that will in return benefit the whole crypto ecosystem. Happy crypto-picking!https://medium.com/iex-ec/rlc-token-economics-iexec-34757f4885c2The 'side chain' is the wrapped RLC that has 'sec' compliance in France (the whole EU essentially) already and has applied for it in America and is now awaiting a decision. As I understand it it bridges between the centralised and decentralised worlds. wrapped RLC is used for nodes which people can rent the use off basically. The main RLC chain dep[leats as moe nodes are created. Something like that. I am not a nerd and like memes (I have millions) :p
How many linkies to make it? Holding for a year, I'm thinking about 100?
>>28710691>fuds own investment even in a bullrun>WAHHH WHY AREN'T WE IN THE TOP 5 YET GUYS you people are fucking idiots with low self esteem and self sabotage syndrome. You don't deserve to make it and you know it.
>>28717947>Chainlink is bigger than BTCnormies will seethe at this
Too late to buy into LINK? Is it even worth tossing a meager $100 into it when it was so cheap months ago? Seems like a long term hold at this point
>>28712219please share memes fren
>>28727987100k to make it, 10k suicide. It was written in 2017, and it remains true today. >t. 2.8 suicide stack linklet
>>28717947Newfags hate this, but it’s the truth. OGs who truly understand LINK have bought it and will never sell. There are many ways to access liquidity from your holding if/when necessary aside from selling.
>>28729347Actually 20k is the suicide stack
>>28729205$100 will give you 3 link, it will be worth $243000 in the near future.
>>28729566I think 20k is the true make it stack. I really wanted to get there but only managed 15k. $50 to 1mil is comfy number.
>>28718084You sweet, stupid summer child. You’re the living embodiment of the midwit, and midwits are doomed to mediocrity. I could go into more detail here, but you wouldn’t understand it so I won’t bother. Just because your mind isn’t capable of conceiving of such a thing doesn’t mean it isn’t reality.
>>28729762You make me laugh. How can a token ever be worth more than Bitcoin.
>>28729321Not him but here's some old OC that was probably the most popular of the ones I made
>>28729977back to reddi.t please
>>28707966Cope stinkiesDidnt Read Never Buying
if it goes up how you would expect it to:How much do you believe chainlink will be worth in the long run?
og 2017 linker here, sold 10k linkies at 50c but kept a stack. left biz after the great shitcoin crash of Jan 2018 and only just came back. this place sucks ass now. was there a telegram or some shit where all the good anons went?
>>28729302If you look at the date, 02/01/19, then look at the percentage exactly 1 year later on 02/01/19, it was around a 6-7x, higher than he said but still within reasonable range. Then, if you look at 02/01/21, you see another approximate 6x, before it goes "parabolic" a week later. He says "you may have to wait 2-3 years, and we have just passed the 2 year mark, and theoretically have another year before a larger happening. So this person knew what was happening with extreme precision. Whether or not he knew about the rumored Google thing probably made an impact on how accurate he was.
>>28731040They are in RLC threads. I sold loads at 50c too kek.
>>28730389[INTRO DRUMS][GUITAR RIFF]BY MOONLIGHTWE MOON
>>28731217>>28729302Somebody explain to me how he was this accurate about a 5x within 1 year and parabolic by 2021 EXACTLY 2 years later. Was it just random chance? Fate? Is he on the team? It was definitely NOT doing so well in 2019 that most people would make this assumption right?
>>28731337you are literally shilling a thread full of retards who sold link at 50c, why would join such dumb faggots? imagine watching link shoot to $35 while holding fucking iexeckill yourselves
>>28731569Somebody doesn't have any barrels
And I thought the bear flag was a bearish signal, but this? Yeesh
>>28731521>>28731217>>28729302ffs can we please discuss this? What are you all suddenly not schizo anymore?
>>28731895There was the YouTube video someone made with all the avatars on a battlefield. I was in that, can’t find it though :(
>>28732403It has been such a fun ride with this project. Almost like the profits were secondary happiness
>>28731521we haven't gone parabolic yet
>>28732559So within the next year according to this anon
>>28729302Huh never seen that one. Hope I make it with my 2k link
>>28732559$2000 in 2023
Reminder that 90% of link hate comes from salty Swingies who bet wrongly and were left behind
>>28731040No, this place mostly sucks now. We had a nice oldfags thread last night though, check warosu
Want to add another shit to my LNK portfolio. Should I go for XLM or NU? want to get into something early like I did with LNK
>>28731040It probably does exist but it wouldn't ever be posted here. I remember when a supposed French hedge fund manager posted here and made the mistake of revealing his private pump group in some thread and it immediately went to shit with people crispy even to /biz/
>>28734970LINK GRT ALGO and possibly IOTA is ideal mix in my opinion