How's it hanging linkies
>>12373289long brown and low to the ground. you?
>>12373289Will i make it with 42k? When will we be worth some money? This is bullshit.
Long and to the ground as well. Color not provided
>>12373289waiting for the price to drop to buy more, you?
>>12373299One of the most played out questions. You are way above many. Probably top 1000. Now I don't know the future of cryptocurrency but the smart contract future is bright.
>>12373289Not good drunkanon. Had an awful larp thread earlier. You wouldnt do that to us would you? Make an awful thread?
this larping, attention-whoring sonofabitch again?
>>12373306Don't like commenting on price. To those that expect a partnership announcement with DocuSign this month I'm sorry. But what happens will be ironically bigger in the long run. I think the true Marines will be able to understand after the "chat"
>>12373323I'm drunk as fuck right now and going to attempt to answer many questions.forgot what you asked.'ll reply next
So what’s happening the 23rd? Whats the 21st century idea act about?
>>12373325How do I stay sane holding LINK?
>>12373324Yep it's me...ignore this thread .that simple
>>12373327What's your most recent concern?
>>12373325You dare presume to prepare my anus for disappointment?!
>>12373327How much longer to accumulate?
>>12373330A long term strategy for DocuSign. If they have it their way more than signatures get stored on ethereum. We are talking digital identies. When you are dealing with IDENTITY you absolutely need a decentralized oracle. Tom carrying the Chainlink torch to the finish line
>>12373325how does the Gonser connection work if he is no longer CEO, still holds a lot of pull i assume?docusign gives us the digital signature (we know digital identity is big), is there another part to that puzzle?
>>12373345is it a lineage thing they want, the complete contract lifecycle?
>>12373331If you are done buying I recommend checking the social channels until staking live on main net. And dont be one of the few that sell their main stack, if you need funds use the node profits only
>>12373325Oh chainlink will disappoint us bag holders? What a surprise.
>>12373334Really nothing.. everything I've seen recently has made me more comfortable. If you are trying to retire in 6 months wit your 5k link then you have something to worry about
>>12373345Should we be looking at Civic, for becoming the first mover in the digital identities market? Or is there another you think is taking the lead?
>>12373343Don't like to answer. I think you'll get more clarification on the Chainlink team and who they rub shoulders with by February
Is link pool legit? Am I going to lose all of my linkies if I steak there.
>>12373375In 2 years tho??
>>12373354Tom is still DocuSign capacity and had pull. Key word is "working" questions should be.......for how long.
>>12373393Jonny is literally part of the chainlink team. There is almost zero risk linkpool doesn’t work. It only fails if link fails.
>>12373389What is the significance of February 10th?
>>12373327what do you think of thishttps://eprint.iacr.org/2018/940.pdfwill it enhance or negate town crier and/or SGXalso why do you drink?
>>12373354Sorry didn't completely answer. I actually kind of did in another answer. Look closely at systems of agreement and what DocuSign is trying to accomplish. Right now it's cheaper and less trustworthy to do on centralized server but soon it will be not much to store on public blockchain...we are talking way more than signatures
>>12373365Yes plus identityWaiting for auto post so to the guy about disappointment fuck off
>>12373424Are you talking about hashing legal documents and notaries and such?
>>12373379No, DocuSign is looking to accomplish this with what they have plus decentralized oracles. Chainlink will make many obsolete
> drunkanon here
>>12373393Filet mignon?Linkpool solid. Glad to see their team helping prgoress Chainlink
>>12373397That's a good question. I can't answer that, no one can
>>12373415Nothing I know of
>>12373423Haven't clicked or looked at your link, will do so from another computer. Drinking not good.but would also never be posting here. Don't drink
>>12373435Not so much legal notaries afaik
Sovrin is the SSI standard rn. Hard to believe DocuSign will beat them, they are working with several governments, R3 etc.
>>12373289>How's it hangingdown to the center.Drunkanon. what's your favorite wine, if you drink wine? or just hard liquor ?Why did Blythe leave the space? any insight on that?
>>12373468I have a measly 16.6K, I plan on staking as soon as I'm able but should I try and accumulate more? 20K would be comfy but then again I said the same about 15K when I was at 10K...
>>12373289short white and at a great height. you?
>>12373482too late, im an alcoholic piece of shit with no other reason than the dull agony of living, just wondering what your reason was
>>12373375How did you know I have 5k?!? That being said I can wait as long as I believe in the direction/project.
>>12373497its never ending. Always the but what if?
>>12373393linkpool is legit. get a share to have priority steakingsome of the sell prices are ridiculous at the moment, but 5 full shares up for 12(.777) ETH price at the moment. Anything under 20 is ok, for now. I'm never selling a fucking share because its basically a license to print LINK, at least in the early days
>>12373289Any more on the SigmaPrime links?
following up on coinbase from last thread, I assume this was delayed given your previous statements?
>>12373440Ayy man, missed your threads. Quick question, do you think I should just stick with linkpool? Im too brainlet to run my own node but I kind of feel sad since the whole point of this is a decentralized network of oracles, and going with link pool makes me feel guilty towards Sergey. I really wish I could have my own node but I feel incompetent and theres also the chance of losing my linkies if I fuck up.What do?Thanks fren
>>12373289I threw this together for you my friend. Thanks for all you do. We're all gonna make it. I love you all.
>>12373289If you found out your bird spent a summer as a Dubai portapotty would you break up with her?
>>12373325>>12373345>>12373440Comfy. Cheers fren.
this faggot appears after it dumps back down
Back...will go through messages
>>12373708More like dumpanon amirite
>>12373492A good Pinot noir
>>12373497Don't overextend. At any time everyone can backtrack and say smart contracts with decentralized oracles are not needed. Live your life but understand we are looking at a technology never seen before. Somehow, you are here, a node operator potentially proviia very valuable resource to major corporations
>>12373491>>12373748nice skipping faggot
>>12373732Sounds comfy. what's your take on relationships and women?
>>12373686I try and not to speculate. With that being said, what is more speculative? Chainlink, or linkpool, should be an easy answer. One relies on the other, the other may change the world
>>12373694Wow, saved for the entry to my next thread January 24th..Yo
>>12373758I am fren. I just found it odd how other coins were added over that weekend (not announced) with the exclusion of link. Substantiates your claims about delays caused from providing information.
>>12373702Basically. You may have to read between the lines but I'll be here to help..
>>12373289what was up with that pump with big volume? when mainnet?
>>12373807Spicy meme, stolen meme
>>12373748How likely do you view a backtrack being able to take place? From my eyes, the pendulum has already started to move- corporations have direct access to financing undeveloped portions of the world, through smart contracts, with an immutable claim to the respective countries assets. I don't see a "backtrack" being a real scenario.
What do you think of this? Almost a year old now https://youtu.be/KzWjpjnRf-s
>>12373730kek link larpers are the best. Fucking forever poor
Are your nodes ready. "A lot" of work towards aggregation next week. Be ready. Don't worry about external adapters and finding data Feeds. The Chainlink team will reveal the important extensions needed as they want to ensure decentralization. Just learn the basics for now. Also, if you can forget about price and just worry about the tech you will find yourself in very comfy position.
>>12373862Any point in having a node running currently right now? Or will we need to redo and relaunch them later?
>>12373870fucking love the frog
>>12373834The term is not in my vocabulary. I understand the most basic term and maybe what you mean by backtracking. If that is what you mean then yes, this is one of the initial motivations of Sergey. It's easy to backtrack out of a deal when you have "absolute" power. Smart contracts will help level the playing field.
>>12373874Nope. But things change in jan. Learn the basics the rest will fall into place
>>12373791so link is buying docusign, /biz/ will cry and we will all make 30% on the pump while we wait for main net so we can put up nodes and make passive income?
>>12373862Oh man how long do we have to figure out how to operate nodes before we're outcompeted?
link wasn't added to new exchanges and zeppelinos didn't announce shit. fuck off larping faggot, you know nothing
I just hope this fireside chat doesn't turn into some post-op transgender dialation discussion. If it does i'm out.
>>12373876Drunk too so apologies for any confusion. I used backtrack in relation to your original post, in the sense of corporations reversing and saying smartcontracts/oracles are not necessary. There is a clear value proposition so I don't see that being a real scenario. I agree the act of "backing out of deal" was an original problem sergey sought out to solve, but I also believe corps see smartcontracts as a way to gain immutable access to financing opportunities, that they wouldn't normally take on in the current system, because of that core principle. Your sheep herder in Uganda can no longer back out of an already financed deal to sell wool to the US because a smart contract removes the trust from both parties.
>>12373986>smart contracts for Ugandan blood diamonds.
>>12373289Is Sergey and Gonser's talk named after Roosevelt's fireside chats?https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fireside_chatsDid they choose the name as a nod to the coming recession / fiat collapse?Will link be marketed as the answer?
ayo im swinging
>>12374031I've been seeing a lot of talk lately about Dubai porta potties so I decided to Google the term. Bad idea.
>>12373686There will be lots of pooling services appearing after mainnet, it's just that linkpool is the first and has been in development for a long time. LP share holders will be able to stake their linkies right away, which is a pretty big deal and it's why I'm accumulating to 1 LP share but probably no more.If I recall correctly, part of the reason for linkpool's shares is to limit how much power linkpool have over the market and to keep it more decentralised. If they kept it open to everyone on mainnet then there would be so many normies using the service.Also don't feel bad, Johnny from linkpool is now a part of the chainlink team, so Sergey obviously doesn't mind the project.
>>12374090Are Americans still not allowed to buy?
>>12374096Technically not allowed because it's a security at this stage. But really, no one is going to come after you for spending 1k on some random crypto exchange. Same deal with those ponzi scheme dapps like fomo3d, the feds have more shit to worry about.
>>12374096use a vpn and a fresh mew wallet
Is IN-q-TEL larp?
>>12374135IN-Q-TEL = C_A , i sure hope its a larpT(y)ler tech is what we want
>>12374135>T(y)ler tech is what we wantT(y)ler tech is *NOT what we want
>>12373345Isn't SOVRIN already working with the US government? I'm bullish on chainlink but seems like SOVRIN is significantly ahead in that domain
>>12374168what makes you think SOVRIN are ahead? any updates you can point to?
>>12374177http://aippi.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Lunch-3_Presentation.pdfSovrin is a partner of R3, page 37R3's network is...impressive, page 35US gov:https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2017/07/20/news-release-dhs-st-awards-749k-evernym-decentralized-keyNote: evernym is the company building sovrinIBM and sovrin:https://www.paymentsjournal.com/after-facebook-disaster-ibm-places-bet-on-self-sovereign-identity-with-sovrin-foundation/There's more but don't have all the info neatly packed somewhere
You know you lost your credibility already ? >$1 in November>Mainnet at Devcon>Coinbase>Top 10 EOYDo you really expect us to believe you after your previous bullshit ? You are giving us nothing, even yesterdays larper gave us some real links and connections so feed us with something real or gtfo with your bullshit “wait for gonser chat” NOTHING will happen so whats your point ? Are you playing games guessing mainnet release every month or what.
>>12374106Thank you sir but I am concerned if the singularity isn't a meme Uncle Sam won't be too happy a little shit like me violated his rules. That wouldn't jeopardize my stack in anyway? They're gonna wonder how I got my stack on linkpool
>>12373686Did you try this?https://docs.fiews.io/v1.0/docs/run-a-chainlink-node-from-scratch
>>12374325this is what im trying to say this dudes a joke "mainnet will be purring away during the holidays" okay dude, and $3 prediction lmfao now you dont speculate on price you say..how is a 5k stack then not gunna be worth anything if you thought $3 price because they bought towncrier, theres going to be waaay bigger news then town crier we will blast by your $3 prediction. youre just like the rest of us a nobody
>>12373409People keep saying this, but there needs to be some sort of insurance if his smart contract gets hacked. AFAIK, there is none.
>>12374526$3 was assblaster. Unless I missed something I don't think drink Anon talks price
More "Trust the plan" bullshitD
>>12374325LOL. These chainlink larpers are the biz version of QAnon horseshit. Don't buy due to larps fellas.
Just bought another 2k LINK. I can't stop.
>>12374090Can American do Link pool? And how much is one share right now?
>>12374106Well sure they might not come after you throwing 1k in now but what about when it's making you fucking 10k a month
>>12374846ya missed it dummy he thought it would go to 3 bucks after they aquired town crier...dude is a fucking joke hes no one special just one of us
>>12373289hello,blease stop drinking anon it is absolutely haram praise allah, also buy chinlink and get your 77 virgins in life and in the afterlifethanks
>>12373862Mr. Drunk Anon why is Kaliedo not a bigger deal? Amazon name drops that shit all the time. Is the private blockchain really gonna ruin our hopes and dreams?
>>12373299This anon is right >>12373311
Riddle anon here. Hello drunkanon I hope you are fine. Please forget everything I have told you. I am sorry please forgive me. The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?
>>12377642I don't want to believe senpai
>>12377642The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?The truth is out there. Do you want to believe?Can you even say anything else than this retarded shit?
>>12377642>>12373325What will be understood after the chat, other than what is already known to marines?
>>12377642Forget everything I told you? Spit it out already