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So how are you guys feeling? Ready for tomorrow?
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>>37371954
Israel has no right to exist
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>>37371954
yes im ready for the abitrum dump round 2
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>>37371979
they don't
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>>37372020
This.
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>-10%
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>>37371954
Comfy knowing that there are paid bulgarian eastern euro fudders who are panicking because they opened shorts on LINK or are afraid of some event happening

See: >>37333671
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>>37371954

I feel like biz has been saying that Arbitrum is releasing "tomorrow" every day for the past month
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>>37371954
Excited for the big day, prepped the wife and the bull to celebrate.
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>>37372079

Well it releases in 24 hours
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>>37371979
based
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I'm excited. Doesn't everyone find this exciting?
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>>37372047
kek thank you based fud compiler
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Nothing will happen. But progress will be continually made.
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>>37372047
Simeon could make a billion dollars and he’ll still look like a fucking fat bald retard lmao
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>>37371979
unironically this. Palestinians are literally being kicked out of their homes due to settlers coming and and claiming them, being told they have 21 days to demolish it themselves or they pay for it. Children being arrested and held captive every day, for no apparent reason besides pure degeneracy. Oh, and icing on top is Israel's air sea and land blockade preventing Palestinians from actually getting any goods unless it goes through Israel. Also Israel doesn't let Palestinians fix water leaks in thee water supply, and lets it be contaminated. literal genocide, and the world sits there and blames the Palestinians. absolutely hilarious. They say:
>but muh, rockets
Iron dome literally shoots down 99.9% of rockets. meanwhile israel nukes palestine every few years back to the stone ages to prevent them from advancing, and say we have to since palestinians are a threat kek. Fuck Hamas but at the same time what do they expect the palestinian people to do, just sit there and accept their genocide?
Anyways back to the thread topic >>37371954
i dont believe its coming today. im so used to delays with these guys that im expecting them to come out and say they have been overwhelmed with projects and will be launching mainnet for users as soon as they finish wrapping up the remaining projects on its request list. regardless, we'll all be fucking rich soon even if its a week or two or three longer. here's hoping to me being wrong and it coming out today though
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>>37372456
its why i'm buying more link
it's my hedge against judaism
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>>37372259
Yeah what ticks me about the fud is how low effort it is lol nexo is on a tight budget it seems

>>37372271
Actually agree here. There wont be instant price pumps and trannies will use this as talking point when btc corrects further for demoralization

>>37372388
Based and checked
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>>37372456
>>37372502

Israel is a white supremacist settler colony and religion is its tiniest fig leaf. There’s a reason people will always continue to use anti-semites to line their pockets, because they’re mouthbreathing morons.
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>>37371954
Placed my last $16m on a 5x link short. I am ready.
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>>37373011
T. ranny Simeon Bulgarian jeet with 500 bucks in bank account and 5 cents per post paycheck
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>>37372934
>>37372502
unironically agree. imagine living in your home for 40 years and some dude comes up to the door and says, its mine now. and the world is cheering them on / sitting there waiting for you to say hey thats not right. the second you do: "YOURE ANTISEMITIC!"
i wish this was something only with libtards, but unfortunately for whatever reason republicans and democrats both have a insatiable desire to suck the teet of israeli super pacs
at least with/through link, we can finally shut down their reign over modern monetary policy shenanigans
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>>37371954
Kek who started this Friday psyop? There's literally nothing happening tomorrow
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>>37373066
I’ll be drinking your $7 Link tears while celebrating my $10m profit eow nigger
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>>37372047
Anyone who has opened shorts on link in the past month has basically made it, unless they somehow opened them in the 4 hours it was under $20
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>>37371954
Nothing is happening tomorrow faggot
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>>37373378
Though, just like how picking anything a few months ago would go up. If you shorted anything the past month, you would have made it. Its not explicitly a Link thing. And if you wanted something that dumped even harder, then every big brained person should have shorted Internet Computer.
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>>37373600
hes an Eastern Euro paid NEXO fudder. these faggots are working over time, their posts have flooded the board

evidence here >>37373402
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>>37373278
>>37372456
Chainlink is a Jewish project, you should sell
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>>37373781
oy vey
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>>37373633
I'm well aware that the low effort posting is on overdrive these past few days. Its just funny when a lot of the posts are telling you to not pay attention to Link or Link is bad. But it causes the opposite effect because a lot of people would wonder why is Link the only coin thats getting brought up about how bad it is every hour by the hour. SNX? AAVE? Yearn? BNB? Not many posts on that. Even DOGE has less threads about how bad it is.
Today, I saw 7 threads about Link being bad. And after one gets archived, there is a new one automatically made. Makes you scratch your head on who is sitting at the computer all day making sure that "Link bad" is on the front page.
And for what purpose? Surely a group of people sitting in front of the computer with their finite time of life;,all day on 4chan, posting the same things over and over are trying their best to help people with their goodwill. Nope, nothing strange going on there.
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Excited for Arbitrum but it won't do anything to Link price (short term, at least)
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>>37371954
Arbritrum doesn't use Chainlink
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>>37372777
checked. the discord and twitter trannies and the Bulgarians are all in it together
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>>37373341
idk but its pretty entertaining
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Imagine considering this thing “white” or literally any bulgarian “white”, or literally anyone frlom eastern europe “white”.

Russians are white. Eastern euros are not. You are basically niggers of europe
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>>37374270
Offchain Labs, a provider of off-chain smart contracts with on-chain security, has announced the release of new capabilities for the larger Ethereum community by enabling the combined use of Arbitrum and Chainlink, which will enable Arbitrum’s unique form of trust-minimized smart contract computation to be used both securely and easily in the computation of any data-enabled Solidity based smart contract that uses Chainlink.
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>>37373360
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>>37374565
see https://twitter.com/EdFelten/status/1299442777709830145
and 23:21 Q6: How does the Chainlink integration work? on the page
https://www.publish0x.com/chainlink-the-don-of-cryptocurrency/chainlink-x-arbitrum-discord-q-and-a-video-unwrapped-xxwmdej
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>>37373413

link
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>>37375538
https://offchain.medium.com/introducing-arbitrum-one-our-mainet-beta-ed0e9b63b435
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>>37375638
that lines up with the release date being tommrow. this was posted on the 28th of may and the two weeks will be done tommrow
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>>37375726
what if a developer just got integrated yesterday for example? question is, are they giving them 2 weeks to test? genuinely not fudding, feel like it could either be today or a situation like that depending on what they meant
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>>37375854
Like if Nandu was at the bottom of the list and got accepted today, does his hole village get 14 days starting from rn? Yes, we believe so.
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>>37375912
fuck off kike, we’re trying to have a civilized discussion. No need to include pajeets in this conversation, that’s unrealistic. They’ll be too busy talking to each other about internet computer
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>>37375854
i dont think it matters i know that there was lots of interest right from testnet so the teams that have boarded on have done so and others will catch up while mainnet is still out
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>>37373413
>t. Retard
You even cropped out the part about May 28th.

>>37375726
This.

>>37375854
No, the devs have almost 300 contracts already loaded up. To add to this, the site that was allowing public viewing has cut all data feeds, most likely prepping for launch tomorrow.

>>37375912
No, they do not. It's been two weeks of testing while loading devs onto Arbitrum for the launch tomorrow. They only plan on extending it if serious issues were to arise and so far none have.
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>>37376020
Interesting re:cutting data feeds. That signals launch imminent then. I genuinely wasn’t sure if it was either today or some random day when they finished their waitlist. If today then kino
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>>37373413
Well tomorrow will be two weeks...
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>>37376020
This is great news for Nandu and his village. Many blessings upon you, dear.
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OFF CHAIN CAMPS WILL NOT STAND FOR A JUDEO-MEV WORLD ORDER!
WE AT OFF CHAIN CAMPS DECLARE ARBITRATIONIUM THE FINAL SOLUTION TO THE GAS CRISIS!!!
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Anything can happen. I'm thinking no big announcements until the following week though. Or maybe not. Everyone project should feel motivated to be offering the first arbitrum enabled products. They might actually be racing each other to be first resulting in a flurry of 5pm announcements tomorrow.
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>>37376153
Fucking kek
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>>37376020
This also explans why janitorial Niggers have been deleting threads claiming Arbitrum is launching tomorrow.
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>>37376085
Not sure if you've noticed, but the Bancor shills especially have been mad as fuck about tomorrow. Whales have been pulling exceeding amounts of Link off exchanges, including sites like Aave and Bancor, most likely because they're insiders who know. One whale pulled 250k off Bancor. The liquidity crisis alone is going to fuck them over so hard.
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>>37371954
I'm convinced all of these "Arbitrum tomorrow" threads are just made by shills so tomorrow they can laugh at their strawman. There is NO OFFICIAL NEWS that Arbitrum is coming tomorrow, all we know is that they wanted to give devs a few weeks from the time they got onboarded to get situated for a fair launch.
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This is a jew scam coin. Keep buying you worthless goy
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>>37376153
Based Ed genociding MEVfaggots
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First they fudded to get you to sell, now they fud to stop you from buying
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>>37376153
BASED
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>>37375538
>>37375638
>>37375726
>>37376020
>>37376107
NOTHING IS FUCKING HAPPENING TOMORROW. GET THAT THROUGH YOUR FUCKING HEAD YOU GODDAMN RETARDS HOLY FUCK
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>>37376445

You aren’t white
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I bought myself 2.1 link for my birthday all I could afford :(
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>>37376523
Happy birthday <3
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>>37376643
Thank you marine.
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>>37376523
happy bday
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>>37376731
Thanks!
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>>37376411
>>37374627

Why can’t anyone spell this mans name right
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>>37376912
It's a play on words with Edward Norton.
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>>37376411
kek saved
>>37376912
Edward Feltonio Jr. an Italian American immigrant?
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>>37377009
I just saw it so commonly misspelled I assumed it was in error, and now I have “egg” all over my face
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>>37377204
Honestly I don't know for sure if people just don't know how to spell his name, but for my image specifically it works at least.
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>>37377226
there was a photoshop of Ed's wiki page floating around so yes it is a meme I think the name was Ed Felcher or some shit
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>Arbitrum is going to release in 24 hours
its real this time maybe. Feels spooky
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>>37377432
>arbitrum is haunted
2spooky5me
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>>37372150
it was already released ffs
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>>37371954
not to be a buzzkill but there has been 0 tweets about arbitrum going live today so its probably going to be next week
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>>37377491
No it wasn't yoy absolute brainlet. I am so sick of explaining this shit to you retards. The only gratification I get is being right so fuck you.
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>>37377548
i hope they rickroll those drolling twitter retards
radio silence because of them you know
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>>37371954
Direct integration of Chainlink to Abritrum's infrastructure for L2-L1 messaging is many, many months away. Until then, the only relation Chainlink has is the ability to provide price feeds/other oracle services to smart contracts using Arbitrum.
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>>37377626
>radio silence because of them you know
yes I don't doubt that its a cesspool
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>>37377647
So how does L2-L1 sublayer of Arbitrum One go live now? Who is doing the validation work?
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>>37377647
Your fud only works if you ignore the fact Offchain Labs is literally owned by Chainlink you fucking retard.
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>>37376153
Holy fucking based Ed……..
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>>37376221
do u have source or etherscan on this?
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Steaking tomorrow
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>>37377940
Validators do not use oracles in order to aggregate their rollup through ArbOS. See: https://developer.offchainlabs.com/docs/inside_arbitrum
Eventually, it will likely be the case that the same people who run Chainlink nodes will also be running validation nodes (given existing network reliability metrics developed on the Chainlink marketplace), with total continuity between rollup servicing and L1-L2 messaging, and the difference between the two networks will be negligible. We are a very long way away from this, however. Even bare-bones Arbitrum mainnet is not really functional right now, it's more like a slow-rollout open beta that developers have said will 'almost certainly' be fully processing a decent amount of volume reliably by August..

>>37377989
>Offchain Labs is literally owned by Chainlink
This is as of right now just factually incorrect, but they'll likely acquire them as a subsidiary of Chainlink Labs within a year's time
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>>37377940
that's the big question anon. come on, who is capable of doing the work?
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>>37371954
What happens tomorrow?
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>>37378487
You didn't answer my question, forget *oracles*, what infrastructure is providing the validation service to Arbitrum One on go-live? They said they would hire some validators. Chainlink nodes support this function.
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>>37378487
>This is as of right now just factually incorrect
Bro you can't act like you know your shit if you don't even know who Ed is.
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>>37378789
easy to find out. Can you run arbitrum without doing your pic related process?
who else is involved with operating arbitrum?
I doubt eth miners will be interested in having their cash cow dismantled.
eth full node operators maybe?
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>>37378789
The theoretical "bridge" being referred to here is the L1-L2 messaging services Chainlink nodes could provide to Arbitrum to run computation immediately, verifying the L1/L2 states in a way that bypasses the need for the rollup being complete. Rollups do not require Chainlink nodes. Chainlink node operators, however, might *separately* begin running Arbitrum validator nodes before the construction of the bridge infrastructure due to their proven reliability, eventually leading to what I was referring to earlier wrt the fact that the two networks will become more or less effectively identical, with some proportion of Arbitrum validators having nothing to do with running Chainlink services whatsoever (however, starting off, the opposite is going to likely be true).

>>37378845
There's zero evidence for it, it's simply not legally true. It is effectively true, and it will be legally ratified, but we're not at that point yet.
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>>37379004
there are over 270 contracts being run by arbitrum according to the stats. who else do you see out there that is skilled, experienced, and capable of running arbitrum as a node right now?
>and it will be legally ratified, but we're not at that point yet.
so it will likely happen? big money behind arbitrum pulling strings towards this direction? I thought the big money was against chainlink?
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A new testnet was recently released 2 days ago. Nothing will happen tomorrow.
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>>37376153
Based offchain camps austist.
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>>37379004
Who are Arb One's validators on go-live?
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>>37379197
>there are over 270 contracts being run by arbitrum according to the stats. who else do you see out there that is skilled, experienced, and capable of running arbitrum as a node right now?
Definitely an interesting question to consider and I agree that it would make sense for current Chainlink nodes to already be spinning up validator nodes behind the scenes, but if I had to guess at the moment the majority of the nodes are probably run by Offchain Labs themselves. I think the people at Offchain Labs/Arbitrum would answer candidly if someone inquired as to who exactly is running all of these nodes at the moment.
>so it will likely happen? big money behind arbitrum pulling strings towards this direction? I thought the big money was against chainlink?
It's impossible to estimate, but as the networks become increasingly similar, and once the L1-L2 bridge is either close to completion or already running, I wouldn't be surprised if they announce the acquisition around that point in time. It's not about mysterious big money interests, it's more about a pre-existing affinity between Arbitrum developers and Chainlink (via Ari most importantly), and the fact that Sergey has unlimited R&D money from a software development perspective and is relentless when it comes to cornering the entire market through acquisitions and research.

>>37379382
Again a good question for Arbitrum/Offchain Labs directly.
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>>37379461
Why do you talk like an absolute turbo-nerd faggot?
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>>37379638

He is the concern trolling faggot again
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>>37379461
>if someone inquired as to who exactly is running all of these nodes at the moment.
a developer on their testnet made a thread about that a few weeks back and he had asked that question but the only answer he got was that it was someone well known in the space
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>>37379461
>i think
>it would make sense
>if i had to guess
>it is impossible to estimate
in other words you don't know shit nigger
>Just ask them direct bro lmao
yeah dude hold on while i get ed on the phone
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>>37379734
Lolllll
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Tonight
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is ETH likely to pump after arbitrum goes live for the public?
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>>37371954
Already priced in
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How long until we get Uniswap on Arbitrum?
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>>37379831
It's already using Arbitrum. Shits priced in.
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>>37379793
Fundamentals literally do not matter. If anything I would always assume that something that is objectively good will likely be bearish and cause a dump. This is a clown market.
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>>37379846
>crypto
>anything being priced in

lolllll this is the dumbest money on the planet, boomers who dont know the internet exists are geniuses in comparison.
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>>37379807
>>37379846
these posts were priced in
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>>37379807
>>37379846
sorry this news has been predumped in
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>>37379670
Not my posts and none of this is concern trolling, I am correcting people's misconceptions about how Arbitrum works. Believing that Chainlink nodes validate Arbitrum rollups, and that Chainlink oracles are integrated under the hood right now and will be available for L1-L2 messages upon full mainnet rollout, is completely wrong. If you want to have a wrong idea of how all of this works, that's on you.
>>37379734
>in other words you don't know shit nigger
None of us know definitely who the nodes are, try paying attention to the original topics of discussion (clarifying the difference between native ArbOS rollup, L1-L2 bridge, and Chainlink nodes' role in this, in addition to Offchain Labs ownership - protip: neither Chainlink nor Chainlink Labs have legal ownership at the moment).
>yeah dude hold on while i get ed on the phone
If you or anyone else here would like to know, you can into their telegram and discord and ask them, they aren't going to keep it a secret.
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>>37379875
What? It's literally priced in. You cannot refute the facts.
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>>37379961
the market anticipated this event. it was in fact an anticipatory dumpening on your fat head nigger
>>37379951
>they aren't going to keep it a secret.
im scared man what if they don't give out bullish news? has that be predumped in?
can someone do this and post what they say?
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>>37379961
Nobody prices in shit in crypto.
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>>37380063
As I said before
Priced in. Cope harder, Stinky.
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>>37379638
>>37379670
Explains why he doesn't even know Ed founded Arbitrum and is a top member of Chainlink.
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No shit. Priced in on you losers. Nothing burger news. What's news Stinky Linky loser?
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>>37380050
Whatever they say now doesn't matter, and all short term developments are not going to be relevant for Chainlink aside from lowering gas prices and possibly decreasing Sergey's weekly dumps in the process. Chainlink's role with Aribtrum is mid- to long-term. The stone is already effectively set, but people have very distorted expectations regarding how quickly/long this will take. I would love for them to have the CL bridge completely developed in the next two months by the time Arbitrum is fully rolled out, but it doesn't seem likely. None of this is even very relevant for Chainlink price action either way, it's all on Bitcoin and whether or not this cycle is over early.
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>>37380175
>just go ask them it's not a secret
>it doesn't matter what they say now silly anon
>nothing burgers on the horizon for link
Are you buy any chance a Bulgarian Gypsy?
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>>37379670
No hes not. That guy only comes in to shit up threads and baits and has mass posting asking the most redundant and nonsensical stuff over and over again. Probably Burak or some API3 guy unironically

>>37380175
Now this anon is probably right on this. I dont know why some you guys are so fixated on Arbitrum (at least in the short term)

News doesnt pump LINK only usage. Plus the entire market is dependent on BTC which is dependent on other factors now (CPI stats being released and whether crypto is an accurate inflation hedge or a risk-on asset, BTC cycle topping or merely correction). You guys are setting yourselves up for some premium tranny fud when Arbitrum is out and the price barely budges and these fudders use your posts and misconception as bait and demoralization
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The other thing I noticed is that Arbitrum and LINK team are absolutely tight lipped on any other integrations. Antone remembers the one guy who claimed to be dev using Arbitrum and he asked a few questions on who were running validators and Arbitrum said it was an "established company" or something along those lines?

The partnership is definitely tight but because twitter cancer was spamming it publicly its likely they had to keep their mouths shut. So we just accumulate more while the market looks for more hopium to pump back to 100k btc
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>>37380467
>Antone remembers the one guy who claimed to be dev using Arbitrum and he asked a few questions on who were running validators and Arbitrum said it was an "established company" or something along those lines?
>The partnership is definitely tight but because twitter cancer was spamming it publicly its likely they had to keep their mouths shut
nice ID kek, yes this is probably the case
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>>37380310
The people in this thread talking about it are interested enough that they should be able to simply ask them directly to clarify in a general sense who is running the nodes and what proportion of these different types (Offchain Labs themselves, well-known Ethereum nodes, Chainlink nodes, etc.) in relation to each other. If you want to masturbate to a completely nondescript fantasy feel free to. Nothing particularly important is in store short-term with Arbitrum for Chainlink, but it will be hugely important mid- to long-term (6 months minimum +) - I said this in the post you're quoting. What exactly do you have in mind here, to oppose to the "nothing burger"? I'm interested to see what you think is going to be so important in the next few weeks/months, and why exactly it would suddenly lead to huge price action in a way that's more important to regard over Bitcoin's ambivalent cycle status.
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>>37380467
>"established company"
the only question is can they keep the name hidden forever if they want or will it all come to light eventually?
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this is hopium at best, and og linkers know this

there will be NO POSITIVE PRICE ACTION until staking. sergey HAS to incentivize node operators right now and thats why we are seeing the weekly dumps. if you are complaining abouit this IT WAS LITERALLY IN THE WHITEPAPER

when staking releases, all the OG who have 5 digit+ stacks will switch from lending services to official link staking pools so short interest will decline

meaning we will see a gradual but linear price increase as the network matures

if you are hoping for a quick pump off arbitrum news then you are a newfag because you should know chainlink only dumps on positive news, the only 2 instances of a pump were google and mainnet announcement
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>>37380537
Smartcon and BTC bull run of course anon and if some black swan happens regarding BTC adoption as we have been seeing people will connect the two regardless if they're causal. We are at first sell off afterall.
why do you need to write essay length responses on a bulgarian fudge packing forum?
>>37380552
jonny didn't even mention arbitrum the other day during the stream which is strange considering he would be in prime position
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>>37380684
>Smartcon and BTC bull run of course anon and if some black swan happens regarding BTC adoption as we have been seeing people will connect the two regardless if they're causal. We are at first sell off afterall.
>why do you need to write essay length responses on a bulgarian fudge packing forum?
Looks like you're having trouble, because the topic is about Arbitrum. What specifically related to Arbitrum is going to happen that will lead to major price action? Smartcon will be great, as with a DECO or tsigs announcement, but that's not the topic of discussion. Small paragraphs aren't essay length also btw, lol.
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>>37380555
checked, but what about the random pump from $4 to $20? Sure it was on the back of T-Systems and BSN, but it pretty much seems like LINK pumps when they let it pump.

If Arbitrum can solve gas prices then the nodes no longer need subsidies, and (Allah willing) Sergey will no longer have to subsidize the network.
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>>37380555
checked nice trips. the exodus will cause a massive short squeeze i hope.
staking is just one of the many features important to the proper operation of the network. we need users and adoption.
five figure is og now? i thought it was six
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>>37380537
I get the points you are making, but why the hell would you know what time-frame we are looking at and how do you know what the current state of development is?
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>>37380759
fair enough. directly related to arbitrum would be overall cost reduction incentivizing usage without massive fees and mev theft
>>37380776
this too. fewer dumps of stinkies would equate to positive upwards flushing motion
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>>37376153
Basado
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>>37380822
Agree with this anon, what makes you the ultimate authority on timelines and not just one massive larp? You are just speculating like everyone else at this point, but you say it with such confidence and authority with technical jargon mixed in. I’m not saying Arbitrum will rely on link day one, at the same time, I’m also not saying Arbitrum won’t rely on link day one. He made an absolute statement without really justifying it beyond more “I think.”
I think this anon is outsmarting themselves, since regardless there will in fact be a net positive on the chainlink network. Gas fees will be dramatically reduced thereby reducing how many tokens node operators will dump - facts. They have no incentive to dump right away if their gas costs don’t require it. Furthermore, Arbitrum allows for higher TPS in addition to lower gas fees we said earlier, meaning all of a sudden defi transactions aren’t super expensive and interacting with smart contracts all of a sudden won’t cost $40-$80 each time. This means the types of applications you can build and release are much more powerful than they were before, also resulting in most likely more data requests to current existing nodes.
So even if ChainLink wasn’t the immediate backbone like the anon is saying, it’s beyond retarded to say ChainLinks network would not immediately benefit from it. Considering 300 projects have already migrated, we can see the appetite is there. To go and expect the same level of usage and data calls is literally retarded
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So when the fuck do these contracts go live?
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>>37380555
>>37380759
>here will be NO POSITIVE PRICE ACTION until staking. sergey HAS to incentivize node operators right now and thats why we are seeing the weekly dumps
>>37380837
4chan went down the moment I tried to send my reply, but I can agree with this and did mention it in a prior post. If Arbitrum is massively successful out the gate, and I think Uniswap alone has almost guaranteed this, they could single-handedly reduce Ethereum network costs to the point where Sergey's dump are reduced drastically. This would be less of an overnight pump-on-the-news thing and more of an organic and secondary effect, which is much better.

>>37380822
Arbitrum developers stated that their definitive promised target for decent-volume rollups on mainnet is August. If that takes two months, it's going to take quite a bit longer to first develop and then roll out the L1-L2 bridge. Everything else is just inferential based on how often things typically take in relation to public discussion of development (related to Chainlink).
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>>37381315
If I’m not mistaken, doesn’t Arbitrum work with Connext?
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>>37380776
Also the $4-20 pump had nothing to do with news, it was shady behind the scenes whale fuckery possibly including a Nexo/Zeus short squeeze, there is no other explanation and retail with Portnoy and the like was on the far back end of it (by the time it was already ~$16).
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>>37380537
>I'm interested to see what you think is going to be so important in the next few weeks/months, and why exactly it would suddenly lead to huge price action in a way that's more important to regard over Bitcoin's ambivalent cycle status
Bitcoin is always important, I’m not going to argue with you there. But one thing that could theoretically have a big short term impact on link’s price would be if Arbitrum allowed Sergey to dump smaller stacks, since he doesn’t have to fund as much eth gas anymore. In a way, the link price is controlled by that constant sell pressure in a way similar to that from btc’s miners, and if Arbitrum allows Sergey to dump less that would be tantamount to a “Chainlink halving”. Not saying this will happen, just it’s an answer to your question what could happen.
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>>37381354
Arbitrum will be using Connext, but I don't think they work with them directly in developing it. Connext works differently than what a proposed Chainlink L2-L1 bridge would look like; Connext is a protocol for locking and swapping assets in transactions cross chain/between layers, and can't process certain forms of computation that Chainlink oracles would. I could be wrong on this, however.
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>>37381409

Don't completely agree, yes the short squeeze played a big role but Link was dying to surpass 5$ for months and when it did it finally exploded.
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>>37381487
I’ll ask the founder of connext for you later today and will post in this thread if still alive or another one. In my last convo a month or two ago with him, if I remember right, connext would work for exactly this purpose but I’ll confirm again
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>>37371979
Arbitrum shills btfo>>37371979
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>>37376445
N
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>>37381666
interested to hear about this. bumping this thread because there is some semblance of discussion here
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>>37372934
Jews arent white.
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>>37381666
checked. what is connext if not a shitcoin shill?
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>>37381354
every state channel project is on board
there will be many bridges
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>>37376153
Kek and ofc, check
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>>37380552
it's Alchemy, the AWS of blockchain
>https://www.alchemy.com/
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well Abritrum may be scam
but APN definitelly isn't

so you can pick two sides

one is 0x another 100x
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>>37372015
This, what the flipping fuck is even going on anymore.
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>>37372079
The 2 week onloading program starting exactly 2 weeks ago from today. However, nothing that happens or any news which comes out apparently means anything anymore and the price will undoubtedly remain unaffected for weeks.
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>>37384716
this is some tryhard bulgarian posting after people started calling them out for their shitty English kek
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>>37376523
Happy 32nd Birthday, Michael.
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>>37384716
The 2 weeks start once all devs signed up before mainnet are onboarded. Latest information is that they expect to be done onboarding early next week.
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>>37384896
No, it's that we've had extremely bullish news on a regular basis for months and are somehow still completely dominated by fucking gay elon btc fud
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>>37384942
Is there a list anywhere?
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>>37385007
No, not really. The best you can do it look at the dashboard, see how many contracts are deployed and divide by the average number of contracts per project (I don't know what that number is).
https://rari.grafana.net/d/p-D1Mq3Mz/arbitrum?orgId=1&refresh=30s
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>>37385041
Thanks
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>>37384950
>twitter eceleb fud
you mistake the perceived reality with the actual reality.
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>>37385105
Forgot to add: I think they said they had approx 250 teams to onboard, so it looks like they're well on their way and that deployment is really easy (no code changes needed in 99% of all cases).
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>>37385183
You'd be correct, they had 250 teams and before the data feeds were cut they'd reached just over 300.
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>>37385283
They only guaranteed two weeks to people who signed up before mainnet. When were the data feeds cut? I don't know what you're referring to.
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>>37385328
>they only guaranteed two weeks to people who signed up before mainnet
Not sure what you mean, or why people seem to be so fucking confused on this point. The devs said outright, two weeks from may 28th, unless something went severely wrong and they needed more time. That means today, plain and simple.
>when were the data feeds cut
Last night.
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>>37385387
>The devs said outright, two weeks from may 28th
No, they said they'd give developers two weeks post onboarding. See bankless podcast. If you're saying they changed that post mainnet then post a source of them saying two weeks after initial release.
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>>37372456
lol why are you unironically telling us this as if every single poster here doesn't know this?
Jews have the holocaust card so they are free to do what they want. Too bad for Palestine.
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>>37385387
>Last night.
It's back.
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>>37372456
>literal genocide, and the world sits there and blames the Palestinians
Actually the world mainly supports Palestine. Look up who recognizes Palestine. Most of the world does except for the US. In the US support for Israel is rapidly dropping too. Its only boomer evangelicals at this point. As they die off Israel is in deep trouble.
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>>37386067
>dictatorial administrators that represent 1%
>The world
Kek, fuck those shitskins, no matter what god they pray to.
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>>37372147
biz is not for cucks. Back to wsb
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>>37371954
$15 HERE WE COME!
SERGAYYY YOU FUCKKKK
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>>37385387
how dense are you cunt, they never said this. was always mininum two weeks for every team once onboarded, and they havent even onboarded everyone yet
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>>37371979
fpbp
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>>37384950
>Load ze Elon fud
>load ze energy fud
>load ze trump fud
>load ze China fud
>load ze Denmark fud
>load ze Elon fud again
>load ze fbi fud
>load ze even more energy fud
>load ze Denmark fud
>load ze the same China fud
>load ze JP Morgan fud
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>>37380537
>Nothing particularly important is in store short-term with Arbitrum for Chainlink
how about just the fact that oracle feeds just became 50-100x cheaper. this obviously allows for much more complex smart contracts and many more data feeds, thus increasing usage, thus increasing the price. i get you trying to lower expectations but seems like you are acting overly bearish in an illusion to seem "objective"
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>>37379382
Yes... anyone can run a Chainlink node...
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OH MY FUCKING GODNESS. Super exciting cross-chain!!! Are u ready to purchase PLE coins? TOP 2021! Don't Miss it lol!!
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>>37378487
>Eventually, it will likely be the case that the same people who run Chainlink nodes will also be running validation nodes
They will be running them AS Chainlink nodes.
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>>37388894
Defi TVL and volume is not going to 100x overnight. Even with the vacuum Arbitrum creates by lowering gas fees, it will take time to fill that space, probably months. I can understand being impatient because we've been waiting for Arbitrum for so long but it's just being realistic.
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>>37388254
They said they literally onboarded 50% of the projects on day 1 because it was a copy-paste from test net and the architecture is designed to be fully compatible with the current EVM framework.
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>>37390004
has absolutely nothing to do with my post and again is just an attempt to demoralize while seeming rational. no shit its going to take some time, you and i can hypothesize how long it takes but something we dont need to guess on is that that oracles feeds and more complex smart contracts just became cheaper by a factor of 100x. this is extremely bullish as im sure you're aware, people buy things in anticipation of future returns and events
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>>37390202
>people buy things in anticipation of future returns and events
Not with Chainlink, for some reason.
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>>37390004
>Months
I can wait months, but if link isn't $200 by EOY I might just rope.
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>>37390233
lol so now instead "guys let's just be realistic" your sentiment is based off short term PA. realistically, people do not understand chainlink or the developments its working on. it will be hard to ignore when every stock in the SPX just became available to trade on an arbitrum DEX and what enabled that. big players will begin to understand
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>>37390302
>200
>Still 570 of 1000 Million to be distributed

Lets assume best case scenario for Link, arbitrum succeeds (it wont) gets a lot of dapps to leave l1, average gas costs stay about the same or a bit lower and crypto stays in a correction with less or constant demand - operational costs for nodes will stay about the same, weekly dumps stay the same to cover costs but less over all retail dumb money to eat those dumps. Link 6 dollar eoy is fair.

Assume worst case for link. Arbitrum succeeds somehow (it wont) and not many dapps will migrate, this is not a long correction and demand for defi goes up again. Gas costs will keep rising, operational costs keep rising, more link needed to fund the nodes. Link at a dollar eoy with the supply being 2/3 out is fair
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>>37390897
Considering the whole point of my replies was to address people who think LINK will moon the second Arbitrum goes live, yes, that is exactly what I'm saying. I agree eventually it will be impossible to ignore LINK (the results will speak for themselves) but simply having a bunch of shiny new working products is not enough for people apparently to buy in. This puts us in a favorable position though.
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>>37391204
arbitrum already has near 300 contracts loaded up. it's going to be huge. also link staking is nearing so dumping to subsidize the nodes won't be a thing. tie that into the exchange supply lowering and lowering every month, $100 eoy is definitely possible.
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>>37391489
>look at all the code
so have all the eth killers that provided easy migration for solidity contracts. For it to succeed, they need end users, not devs.
>pic related
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>>37391489
The nodes aren't being "subsidized"; users like Aave are paying Sergey.
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When will Sergey finally buy offchain labs? The fud and constant price decline is starting to get to me
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>>37391927
no they don't, lol
>distributes 1.5 Million
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>>37392068
But they literally do.
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>>37391930
You fucking retard
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>>37392128
anon, they pay for the price feeds with money the fat man gave them. he sponsors the sponsors
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>>37392198
How does Sergey give users like Aave money?
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>>37392229
by transferring it to their wallets every friday. this is something one can do on the blockchain.
or maybe he personally and manually brings them suitcases full of tokens
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>>37392323
So he's only doing it in your head, lmao.

Pic related is what happens to Defi projects that don't use Chainlink.
These are just two examples too.

Chainlink users have NEVER had oracle exploits like this.
Yet here you are trying to tell me they're only using Chainlink because Sergey is somehow paying them.
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>>37392323
>He does it manually
watch the dev wallets, I bet the fat man types the eth addresses into meta mask and logs it as work time
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>>37392323
>he personally and manually brings them suitcases full of tokens
kekd
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>>37371979
fpbp
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>>37392437
look, nufren.
most of us have been here since before we started meming about sibos toilets and you've got to accept two things:
a) you will never get to 10k tokens
b) while sergey's pet project is indeed revolutionary and will go up significantly in the long run he is, for now, indeed subsidising. it's even in the white paper

and actually, now that i think about it, i saw a big guy in a blue morph suit running around the bay area with two suitcases and a bigmac in his mouth last friday. i'll take a pic and post it here should i be so lucky again this afternoon
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>>37392765
>for now, indeed subsidising
How?
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>>37391489
>$100 eoy is definitely possible
How disappointing
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>>37392765
>i saw a big guy in a blue morph suit running around the bay area with two suitcases and a bigmac in his mouth last friday
That was definitely Sergey
>you will never get to 10k tokens
This is true, I have 25 currently. I'm slowly and consistently adding more LINK to my pile, because I love LINK, but I think it would be best to just accept that LINK is a long-term stable hold for me and probably not a moonshot, because even if it does moon I'll never have enough coins to make it so I have to find other projects that are in earlier stages of development. 20k ROSE suicide stack here I come, baby.
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>>37385451

Not Jews, ZIONISTS. They’re not the same thing
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>>37393779
Agreed. Noam Chomsky and norm finklestein are anti Zionist Jews. Zionism != Judaism however much Israel tries to push that retarded narrative
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>>37383206

Whiteness is a construct, when used as a justification for colonizing it is inherently exclusionary and perpetually self-cannibalizing. Different groups are declared “white” or “whiter” to the extent that their racial hatred can be directed at those deemed less white. This is why fascism always loses. There is no genetic basis for whiteness and there will always be some stupid criteria cooked up to exclude people. There are Black and brown Jews and even Israelis that are “less white” and also subject to racial hatred.
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>>37394165
Then why does the left keep saying whites have "privilege"?
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>>37388894
Would like to see a current version of this graph

>>37394082
People here will never get it
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>>37385425
See>>37373413
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>>37394220

a better indicator of privilege is race/class. They are intersectional and inextricable. By “the left” you probably mean CNN slop-fed liberals, who are essentially right wing
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>>37394691
>By “the left” you probably mean CNN slop-fed liberals
I mean the media, corporations, governments, schools and universities, ...

You know, pretty much everyone.
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Well obviously linkies are going to put their fingers in their ears and ignore the bombshell we just dropped. Quick rundown:
>10x cheaper fees and 10x speeds means the token will drop 10x in value because you need to buy 10x less for the same result
>it will be used 10x less, becoming less popular
>If OCR becomes 10x less used, that means the effect of everything becoming 10x less valuable will be diminished
>OCR is going to cause 10x less usage and likely 10x less new use cases
>This will cause normies 10x more confusion and make them 10x more fearful to invest
>If you multiply 10*10*10*10.... we're looking at a x10000 downwards here.
>What are the ramifications of this? Bigger weekly dumps
>10x larger dumps, 7 million to break even
>Throw in 10x more node operators, and now make that 70 million a week JUST to keep the lights on
We've got about 4-5 weeks tops before Sergey literally, unironically runs out of LINK to dump. I advise everyone to act accordingly bros, this could get ugly real quick.
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>>37394982
Fuck...how did Sergey not see this coming? We need to replace the basterd bitch.
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>>37394982
>>10x cheaper fees and 10x speeds means the token will drop 10x

lmao, so in other words if gas becomes cheaper people will drive... less?
Fuck outta here tardboi.
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>>37371954
Goddamnit fucking arbitrum shills I fucking swear gas is like 1$ to send and 6$ to swap fucking stop shilling your retarded nonproduct up on here and fucking get a real fucking job already.
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Honestly it just blows my mind that eth is such a shit unworkable technology that it requires product solutions to merely forecast functionality in a decade or someday.
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>>37395330
high gas fees = high mining profitability = many miners due to incentive = low change of 51% attack

BSC is exact same code but cheap fees

It's about parameters and anything could be made, but then again, most importantly,

SMART CONTRACTS CAN BE ADDED TO BTC and all of this is over. This is what will happen btw.
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>>37379961
Arbiswap != official Uniswap on Arbitrum, retard
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>>37395443
>SC on bitcoin
Is this you Craig. No matter if its your butt or Gavins corn, taproot is not saving old tech. The users on buttcorn don't care for defi, and defi users don't care for buttcorn
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>>37395443
How would BTC even remotely handle smart contracts if it can't even handle regular transactions? The go-to answer for "BTC can't scale" is always "muh lightning," but lightning can't do smart contracts.
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>>37376523
thats a 163k eoy gift anon. congratz :)
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>>37395969
I think lightning is a total meme I don’t get why bitcoin maxis are so in love with it
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>>37397514
it makes sense for BTC
for smart contract chains it's a lot less useful, though some contracts could feasibly be run in channels. not very capital efficient though
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Dang this thread has been up for thirteen hours. It's a sleepover.
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>>37397619
Yeah I’m just thinking about the fact they want bitcoin to be a currency but it’s better as a store of value, there’s better means of transacting value that doesn’t require the overengineering of btc (imo but maybe I’m a fucking moron kek) like why not have wrapped bitcoin transacted through stable coins tied to it or some shit that benefits from higher tps. I’m not giving an in depth thought to it right now since I’m not a fan of the purpose, but like if you are gonna do it for that purpose I just feel there might be better ways of treating it like a usable currency than lightning since it’s still fairly complicated with lightning limits for each spin off if I remember right
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>>37398698
I mean if you're using it to store value why not pay with it. Lighting TPS can be pretty much arbitrarily high. Wrapped bitcoins aren't trustless. I think it's a perfect fit to be honest.
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>>37391927
Customers pay for the feeds but the biggest cost by far is gas which is subsidized by Sergey.
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>>37394165
You're a fucking idiot. Being white is being a white european. Jews are not white.
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>>37399033
True makes sense
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>>37399836
I think in the future the customer payment will cover the gas cost, but Sergey is just subsidizing it during the gas crisis to bootstrap the network into usage
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>>37398051
and?
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where can i read that arbitrum is being released today?
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>>37404906
You can't, because it isn't.
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>>37371954
Chainlink not needed.
Chainlink is the equivalent of a Uber driver will Arbitrum is the car company.
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>>37404906
Arbitrum is getting released today. You're welcome.
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>>37404931
ok thought so
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>>37404906
arbitrum doesn't exist
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>>37405039
Chainlink is the equivlanent to the toaster in an oil company
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haha chainlink is like chicken without the bread (arbitrum)
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Ahem..

FUCK BEARS
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>>37371979
/thread
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>>37406543
What’s the context of this?
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>>37406638
le breadcrumbs meme



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