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>> No.8550878

he left this god forbidden place but left us with the most precious thing - hope.

>> No.8550950

He left after SWIFT cut all ties with Chainlink


>> No.8551004

Holy shit. RIP LINKies!!!

>> No.8551176

holy shit
do I sell?

>> No.8551200

pretty biased article.
swift did not come to the conclusion that it is a dead end at all. here is there actual conclusion:

"However, despite encouraging results, there
are still some gaps that need to be addressed,
confirming that it is still early days for the latest
generation of distributed ledger technology to
be considered mature enough as a basis for a
global mission critical financial infrastructure."

"It is however clear that it is no longer a question of whether DLT will reach maturity but rather when it will reach maturity."

>> No.8551202
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LINK is intrinsically worthless. Node operators can be paid in existing cryptocurrencies. Just look at the testnet right now, it only accepts ETH instead of LINK lmao. It means that ETH can easily be substituted for it, that is, if someone wants to fork the token to accept ETH (an established cryptocurrency instead of some fucking ERC20 token made with a two-man team), LINK is basically useless. That is besides the fact that everything LINK aims to do can be easily done by cryptographically signing the data from the API source.
>muh next ETH

Link, 5 months in: 35 cents (3.5x ICO)
Ethereum, 5 months in: $5.50 (17x ICO)

Uh oh, pissed stinker incoming HAHA.......

>> No.8551517

Looks like AB fucked us really hard bros.
He obviously pulled a p&d on us.
Also Sergey seemed too tired lately. He figured it was all in vain and the world was not ready for his invention. It is bad because I had some hope in getting rich.
Now i just hope for $10 eoy to sell for some profit.
Good luck bros

>> No.8551536

This, Christ someone actually read the article. This was an op ed piece by some old fuck who qualified everything by saying this is my word not SWIFT’s

>> No.8551889


Old man is a shitposting mother fudder 10/10

>> No.8552441

AB changed jobs between Jan and Feb, my guess is he is either in a position where he can no longer share info or no longer has access to the kind of info he previously shared. Either way, what he did share speaks for itself. He called the completion of Alpha to Eth Testnet to he day (Mar 20th) as well as the results that would be shared by SWIFT about their project a MONTH before it took place. AB wasn't just a LARP, dude had solid info. Still accumulating.

>> No.8552532

He hanged himself

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>> No.8553075

I'll just leave this here


"Conclusion: It’s very nice code, but it shows a lack of production experience, they are very far from achieving their whitepaper goals, for now they are a standalone application that can listen to Ethereum only events and do very basic HTTP requests. They have an incredibly long road still ahead of them to finish their concept."

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>> No.8553126

And that is why chainlink is said to be a lomg hold. Im going to hold this 5 years or more.

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nice fud

fuck him, we will moon regardless

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