Front end for ccip?https://twitter.com/linkiesleaks/status/1661821253974368256
I'm sure the hard working Nigerian farmworkers that utilize Oracles to web3ify they're crop yields are absolutely going to love this "feature" which is desperately needed.
Linkyleaks is so annoying because he finds and hypes things and then wants to be spoonfed on what they are
>>55088538It's bizarre that they're actually being forced to sell now. How is it possible that it nobody can stand up to this crap?
>>55088527Nah>>55088563Yeah, I’m the same way I post a theory here and then I see it on Twitter poster as an inside rumor
>>55088744Tf is that?
>>55088771you need to construct some additional pylons
>>55088527>>55088538You seem very angry. I literally cannot sell even if I wanted to (I don’t)
>>55089211thenk u for ur trusts sirs
>>55088518We know which front end you use cuck
>>55089211>You seem very angry. I literally cannot cum even if I wanted to (I don’t) my cage is locked
>>55089310>welcome chainlink tech support sir, my name is john adams. Do not worry dear I am here to make assistance for your oracle problems
>>55088538>they're crop yields Yikes. Why is everyone so retarded these days?
>>55089453interesting how bounty is nearly 3x more than the staking audit they held there
>>550894532 more weeks unironically. how long did it take for them to release staking after the code4rena audit ended?
>>55089731Less then a month
>>55089764we're finally going to make it
>>55088518nobody cares cuckold
>>55089764mid July it is
>>55089453lotta USDC you got there wonder where it came from kek
>>55089731>>55089792interesting how this aligns with the so-called insiders who said it would get announced at ETHCC. If CCIP gets announced as some sort of next-gen version of ETH that actually could propel it to the fucking stratosphere, to #3 even.How the fuck is XRP still at $23B mcap and LINK can barely hold $3B when it is 5000x more used/useful. LINK should be $30B mcap minimally.
Whats our next move if CCIP turns out to be another arbitrum? Is everyone who uses CCIP required to own and pay link to make transactions? Or is this just more bullshit on the back end that sergey will subsidize to get people to use it?
>>55089841they will move on to how vitalik mentioned danksharting at some mev.rape con last year might use chainlink oracles to blah blah blah techno babble. you'd think after this many years we >we would stop falling for these obvious jewish tricks But it is interesting seeing the ones that betrayed the least get priority access to new chainlink features. I dont think this will be the case with CCIP. I think they will come out with heaps of liquidity on hand to be the meta-consensus layer that links all blockchains and tradfi so any competitor will have to not only have X amount of liquidity on hand in various tokens but also have loads of customers ready to go
>>55088518So two months into the relationship my girlfriend looks at me and she goes, "Why havent you made a move yet" and I said "What?" and she goes "Why haven't you tried to fuck me yet??" so I go "well if you wanna go that way we can..." and she says "okay but we need some condoms." so I said "Alright well let me go hop on my minibike and I'll run up to the store and grab some." She goes "No, you're gonna go have your mom drive you up there and get some condoms." and that makes me kind of nervous, so (we're the kind of family that yells across the house to talk to each other) she goes in the house and yells to my mom, my mom goes "WHAT" and she goes "YOUR KID NEEDS SOME CONDOMS. WE'RE TRYING TO FUCK!" so my mom goes "ALRIGHT ILL BE DOWN IN A MINUTE AND WE CAN GO" So my mom drives me up to walgreens and I say "are you coming in" and she goes "Hell no! You're gonna take this money and go in by yourself and get some damn condoms." So I go in the store, and I didn't know there were so many different fuckin kinds of condoms. This old lady comes up and she asks "you having some fun tonight?" And I go "Yeah I need some condoms so me and my girlfriend can do it safely" and she says "Well what are you looking for?" And I say "I dont really know" And she started asking some pretty personal questions, which I had no problem answering ("how sized are you?"). Anywho I end up walking out with JUST THE RIGHT SIZED ribbed condoms. And when I got home, it was FIVE HOURS and a WHOLE BOX OF CONDOMS later when me and my girlfriend are sitting in a stew of love juices... Life juices. We look each other in the eyes and say "God damn, god must have stopped time for this." because so much time flew by, we didnt even realize. And that was the best fucking night of my god damn life.
>>55089832It would have gotten announced if everyone in the space was a corrupt nigger holy fuck I hate crypto the absolute state >>55089832>If CCIP gets announced as some sort of next-gen version of ETH that actually could propel it to the fucking stratosphere, to #3 even.Not just ETH. All blockchains and their various layers will talk to each other and send value through CCIP The mETH shills think it is some sort of teleporter so their minds go to like freshman year metaphysics with shit like >if my token is converted using the ccip teleporter how do I know its really my token that the other end >OMG they're literallly murdering tokens le nazis! >bro this is just like star trek lmao
>>55089832also aligns with what that snx guy said
>>55089453FUD bros.... why isnt spamming "cuckold" working....?why are they still making progress?
>>55089962so what happened to the offchain oracles in May?
>>55090033Checked. They will be released in 2 more days
>>55090046but ser what about pyth brand oracles?
>>55089962>>55090060No really, what's the deal with these offchain oracles? Is that something they actually announced or is it just from this tweet?
>>55090083aren't those the things they used for GMX?
>>55090033>>55090083gmx is their launch partner and their v2 which is integrating them went to testnet on the 17th:https://gmxio.substack.com/p/announcement-gmx-v2-testnet-is-nowso maybe a small slip on either cll or gmx's side, impossible to knowbut yeah looks closehttps://blog.chain.link/low-latency-oracle-solution/
>>55089832>CCIPDoes CCIP utilize the token though? ETH took off because everything on the eth blockchain, including trading shitcoins requires eth to function.
>>55090168nope. chainlink oracles can be paid with ethironically, CCIP will simply make eth moon, leaving stinkies in the dust once again :}
>>55090192>can be paidYes, at a PREMIUM of what it would otherwise cost if paid in Link, and then automatically CONVERTED at market prices into LINK.Kek you're finished kikes
>>55090230*can be convertedNot will be converted.
>>55090274No they changed it bro can=will
>>55090230we all know sir fat-a-lot sergey will merely subsidize people who pay with eth, at the expense of link marines :}
>>55090330no more free rides pay up
>>55088771Holy shit OP not enough pylons confirmed
imagine if ETH ends up being a Chainlink BUIDL partner because they integrated oracles into danksharting and the mETH heads have to smile through clenched teeth we are happy to hand over 5% of the circulating supply of ETH to support Chainlink brand LINK oracles. The COPE would be off the chains bro lmao
>>55090230But do actual users have to pay link or is all of this handled by the bridges / dapps that the users are interacting with? Eth did so well exactly because everyone HAS to buy it, even to send all the thousands of erc tokens. You literally need to buy eth just to interact with your chainlink tokens
>>55089453Maybe my extra smartcon ticket I bought will make up for the massive loss I took on linkpool
>>55090561you must be a retard to think that's a possiblity of any kind. meth trannies would rather go bankrupt than bend the knee THAT much and BUILD is more about early stage projects in the first place
>>55090561Would be sweet, but it'll never happen
>>55090599>You literally need to buy eth just to interact with your chainlink tokenscrazy that the ETH Foundation are still seething at Chainlink reminds me of when MEV bros laughed at Ed Felten before the VCs bought him out. Now they support Makes me think that MEV bros are just NPCs that do and say whatever the VCs tell them
>>55090605At mev.rape Vitalik said dankstarting could just use chainlink oracles but then he released a blogpost saying that he is frustrated with existing solutions and in 2024 the ETH Foundation will launch the ultimate Chainlink killer and eradicate Chainlink brand link oracles for good. Long live MEV! >>55090611checked for sweetness
>>55090561will never happen, stinkiestink needs eth more than eth needs stink
>>55090622I think the reason sergey is fumbling so hard is that hes too idealistic and altruistic for a place dominated by ruthless sharks. Thats why we got into the situation where link is subsidizing the whole space with nothing in return. A cutthroat businessman would never do the type of things sergey does >h..hey guys heres some free oracles.. L..lets work and build together to make the world a better place! >*uses your free oracles to make shitcoin rugs* Heh nothin personal serg
>>55090716I see nothing special.
>>55090716wow its literally nothing
>>55090738>>55090747Mentally ill, kys yourselves
>>55090736Serg 1.0 may have been like that but now we have Serg 2.0 a bigger louder version of Spergy and he dont take no shit. I can see in a multichain world ETH and other layer ones becoming buidl partners for premium access. islands are great and all but when someone has invented flight beautiful islands often get ignored
>>55090716tell me about the active risk management ARM of CCIP fren sounds like they would need a bunch of liquidity in various assets on hand to manage risk cross chain. would be hilarious if all this liquidity and usage suddenly showed up on literal who chains
>>55090716Arm is the anti fraud network
>>55091047big if true https://code4rena.com/contests/2023-05-chainlink-cross-chain-services-ccip-and-arm-network#top
It doesn't matter. None of this matters. Show me some fucking price appreciation or I'm performing a DIY penectomy
>>55091358>It doesn't matter. None of this matters>t. Carl
>>55091152Remind me again my Pythagoras liked 216 enough for Ari to join the Cult of Demeter?
>>55091047no it's something differentthe anti-fraud network has been renamed to the Chainlink Cross-Chain Protection Networkhttps://twitter.com/nullpackets/status/1659385712968605697
>>55088744>>55088787me feel your presence
>>55090230This anon is telling the truth. If you haven’t done your own research on Link due to all the fudspam, I highly recommend you do it now while you still have a small window of time.
>>55089841our next move is looking forward to next staking version, release of staked tokens to re-stake, and BUILD airdrops
Cant wait to swap my $ArbiniggaINU on arbitrum to $ObamaGandalf7Doge on eth
Fudsisters, what are our next moves? Should we keep spamming cock cages and tell them they're cuckcolds? It hasn't worked so far, fudsisters.
>>55088563illiterate retards like me get spoonfed along the way, therefore he is based
>>55088578>I post a theory here and then I see it on Twitter poster as an inside rumorThere's nothing worse than twitter faggots who lurk here just to screenshot shit to post for likes.
>>55090192>>55090168Chainlink nodes can only ever be paid in Link tokens.Chainlink the contract operator can be paid in whatever they'll accept, but the contract operator then pays the nodes in Link tokens and only in Link tokens.Get it through your thick skulls.
>>55091152Disgusting that they held releasing the feature because they missed the date last year...
>>55092881You are going to love this. https://youtu.be/GUUAu_aiaVw
>>55092388>>55092477>dusts off old link folderc-c-c-checked
>>55091676>small window of timewhat is that in weeks?
>>55090289need source. Last time i checked it said can, when did they changed it?
>>55090230>>55090274>>55090289>>55093374This does not apply to nodes, you can only ever pay nodes in Link tokens. Never anything else.
>>55093379Right, and THEN dump it on the market like they have done for years now. Got it. Great clarification.
>>55093734How is that different from BTC miners dumping their rewards?You massive massive retard.
Link to july leaker thread?
>>55093734Damn get fucked faggot!>>55093804He just fucked your argument hahahah fudders are so fucking braindead retarded! I can’t wait to burn them at the stake.
>>55090600I lost 30+ Eth on this shit but LPL isn't liquid and the new services seem promising. I don't know what to think.
alright coinbase is 1000% a launch partner for CCIP
>>55093058I love that meme
>>55088771Here you go
>>55094579Things are heating up, goddamn.
>>55094579What did Brian Armstrong mean by this?
>>55094815Looks like we’ll be able to stake directly with coinbase
>>55091481Dunno bro I think Kemal said they changed it from afn to ccpn and don’t be surprised if they change it again
>>55090152I need more GMX
>>55088518I'm praying like hell for link to pump, but that linkyleaks guy and the other desperate twitter baggies are both on my last nerve with the cope
>>55088518kek still pivotingchainlink is like star citizen, they keep adding new projects and finish nothing
>>55095263He’s annoying. Just the easiest way to start a thread about it.
>>55088518Bootstrap and gateway are perhaps the parts of Chainlink which allows for communication & interaction with offchain systems i.e. legacy non web3 applications
>>55094860kek, what is this from
>>55090230>automatically CONVERTEDIn the blogpost it mentioned that the other asset used CAN be converted, implying it was optional. I remember this being a source of discussion at the time. Do you have any confirmation that this conversion is automatic?
>>55095764>implying it was optionalYou cannot pay node ops in anything else other than link. Its already implied.
>>55094863You mean Coinbase might have a staking pool, similar to the official Chainlink community staking pool?
>>55089188Checked; this needs Quarteze shopped carefully into this photo
>>55093804>BTC minersSpeaking of which, a year ago some anon made a very eloquent post explaining in detail and Chainlink staking is actually more akin to Bitcoin mining, in fact, the anon went on to state that Chainlink staking is the new Bitcoin mining. Does any anon remember that post?
>>55096166I vaguely remember a post like that
>>55096213It was a very well informed post and very easy for a layman to understand, the anon clearly knew a lot about staking and it's mechanisms. It was similar to the f(x) post.
>>55096166>our thing is like successful other thing when it started, therefore our thing will be as successfulsad
>>55096244If you remember any key words or phrases, you can probably find it on warosu
>>55090736it is because Sergey decided to invest in (subsidize) bootstrapping that Chainlink is where it is. Getting a network going on its own near impossible. No one else could’ve pulled this off because of their short-minded greedy behaviors. But now it is time for Chainlink and Co. to reap the rewards of this execution
>>55092268Keep it simple sister, just look at the price
>>55095764Jeez are fudders still wheeling this one out? Sorry state of affairs on planet fud
>>55089773>>55089764>>55089731>>55089453>>55092868will link token payments scale with usage? unlike how it currently is with price feedsor are these ((((((((((sponsored)))))))))) aswell?
>>55097243Using LINK as a gas token is not what's going to generate value to the token, the yield offered for staking the token and the subsequent lock up of the supply in nodes is what will increase the value
>>55097291i agree with your locking up supply pointif the token isn't used as gas, where's the yield coming from though??
>>55093804On what good faith basis could you possibly make that comparison? The supply of the two are completely different. LINK, at 50% circulating, has fed more supply into circulation to "subsidise nodes" and these inorganic rewards are immediately sold into the order books. How is this at all similar to the supply increases of BTC, already 95% circulating and ordained to taper off after every halving in an algorithmically transparent manner every 4 years? BTC is in a class of its own, a far bigger network, which is not immediately dumped practically across the board by nodes come bull or bear. That happens with LINK because demand is not sufficient to absorb the dumps. That's the fucking difference, dipshit.By the way, the loftier your comparisons the greater your divorce from reality. Here you are again, today struggling to hold $6 at rank 22, comparing yourselves to increasingly more exceptional unicorn assets, BTC and AMZN and MSFT, which each day you slide further and further away from. You are deluded by pride, plain and simple.>>55094539Someone's a little cranky today! Did mom burn your pizza pockets again?Couple of geniuses here!
>>55097506You misunderstand me, the token will be used for gas. I just mean that this alone isn't going to drive the price up, as even if someone purchased LINK to pay for oracle costs the node ops could just immediately sell it making it effectively neutral. Now if those node ops were incentivized to stake those LINK rewards that would be different
>>55088518It's not a frontend. You can see all the different services offered by Chainlink under that constant. >Crontime>FluxMonitorPrice feed related I think>OCRetc>OCR 2.0etc...>VRFYou get the idea. Then we get to the new one>GatewayCCIP function
>>55095334I believe bootstrap is for spinning up new DONs in a on demand way.Here in docs we can see a "Bootstrap Node" which talks about being used for OCR clusters. The two could be unrelated, but idk
>>55097667token being used for gas worked to pump eth not good enough for stinkie? yeah cuz it's a scam :}
>>55097667>the token will be used for gassource? you're pulling that out of your ass, right?that didn't happen with price feeds which is why we are at $6
bump to save souls