Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by terosis, Jun 20, 2017.
My eyes see greatness in you and not the blank nothingness like some blind soup kitchen thief
Come... sit with us.
We don't know when Chainlink Staking will be flipped on... but we don't want to miss it.
Here's a good explanation of the upgrade to Chainlink that went live today.
I don't know much about tech..... But this sounds BIG to me. Brilliant and revolutionary to something that already sounds brilliant and revolutionary.
now that's the kind of sound financial advising i like to hear
Fascinating. Here’s an explanation of how worthless that update was and how ChainLINK is nothing but a shitcoin:
What a great choice to have my money in Cardano instead of LINK. Cardano is a beast.
*AND* I get to feel good about myself for supporting financial autonomy for disadvantaged populations instead of helping Sergey scam people with fake decentralization. WIN-WIN.
Yeh..... I think that exchange is screwed and all the customers that were selling Bitcoin are screwed.
I can't see how you can force someone to give something back that your system legally sold them. By their own words its not due to fraud.
The Philippines is an incredibly poor country so hopefully some of the poors got Bitcoin and are able to elevate their lives a bit..
But the Philippines is also an insanely corrupt country so I can see the exchanges bribing politicians and police to find ways to force the money's return if they live in the Philippines.
I’ve always said that something like 90% of coins are trash coins that are borderline scams and doomed to fail.
The problem is that it’s really hard to spot the outliers. I’ve been following the charts and I just can’t put my finger on it.
Can you help me out here, Octavionn? I’m looking at this chart and drawing a blank.
That chart just tells me that it’s not Chainlink’s turn yet, which means nows the perfect time to buy buy buy.
Because that’s how investing and technology works. Companies take turns being successful.
I’d laugh except that kind of *IS* how crypto works because there are no actual fundamentals to determine success or value.
If you ever watch crypto bulls talk about value, it’s almost always entirely relative. “Well shitty coin x has a market cap of $3.5bn, so shitty coin y should have a market cap of $3.5bn. Almost never is there an attempt to explain why shitty coin x needs to be $3.5bn to begin with. It really is a “my turn now” market.
Yep.. This one is quite easy. Right now its ADA's turn in the spotlight and it would be a really good time to sell while its at its ATH and the others are dropping, because ADA will crash hard when the spotlight is moved to a different coin.
Object of the game is to get people to chase the high, then dump. Move to the next coin, repeat process, dump, and move to next.
I don't really play the swing trade game anymore so I'm going to continue to hold my tried and true crypto. The only one that makes Daddy Octo happy. I'll patiently wait for its turn in the spotlight.
I think in the land of Crypto with fast rocket ships and plummeting valleys.... he who has patience and waits their turn will always win.
How come Cardano's turn is every day and LINK's turn is never?
The ability to sit there while probably 7 figures bleeds way from your net worth is astounding. If nothing else, nobody can argue that you don't have giant balls.
Link had 3 rocket ships in the last 1.5 years. From $1 --> $5. Then $4 --> $20. Then $10 --> $38. There will be many more. The largest rocket ship is what I'm waiting for.... And that's the blast off from after staking is turned on in Link.
And yes... its interesting seeing 7 figure digits come and go over the span of weeks.... But its all just numbers on a screen to me. lol. I'm looking farther out at the bigger picture.
My old bank CEO who retired a year ago calls me up on friday when he heard how high crypto was going. We had a long 45 min fun chat over crypto, life, investing, etc... and laughs that I only have 1 real investment... and its made me a multi-millionaire. I'm not rich though by any means. Once you have more money you start to realize how quickly it can evaporate once you start modifying your current standard of living. One must have even MORE money. MORE becomes never enough. lol.
The CEO tried to talk me into cashing some out and buying a new fancy car. Lol. But I work from home and my shitty 2007 Honda Civic still moves. I never cared much for cars anyways which is why my car isn't in the best of conditions even though I bought it brand new off the lot in 2007.
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