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NEW WAAVV

Help me understand Mnemonic\Seed phrases\bip39

Advising new investors

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Bull run is not back and there might be many more months till we see the bulls back. Research for the undervalued projects with strong fundamentals, check their teams and funding, and make sure they are working hard towards building a product with potential to be the next big thing.

Portfolio Risks?

What Altcoins will ride the wave with BTC as we continue to see signs of a Crypto Summer?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[Warning] Everyone here, scammers are targeting your inboxes with a fake FerrariNFT, do not click any links

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Up another 18.8k in the last month. What winter? GALA & LINK.

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Question regarding adresses and wallets

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[Serious] What would it take for to give up on crypto entirely?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Web 3.0 crypto projects will certainly get a lot of attention and gains during the next bull run. What are the most important web3 projects besides LINK and POKT?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink Nears Crucial $6 Level As LINK Ushers In The New Year

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin capitulation

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[SERIOUS] Let's Discuss privacy chains!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink Touts 2022 Triumphs, Will LINK Skyrocket in 2023?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

CoinScan’s Christmas Giveaway!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Which alts do you think will survive this bear, and which will be long tanked by the time the bull comes?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$Azure | Auto-USDC reflections just from holding! | Just Launched - Pre-Marketing Stage! | Potential ERC-20 Gem

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

#Chainlink Staking v0.2 is now live & available for everyone! Introducing a way higher, more beneficial APY! The $LINK Pool size has also been expanded by 20M, Making the current pool size 42,5M and giving more users a chance to stake!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The vast majority of Top 100 (market cap) coins from 5 years ago vanished from the Top 100 [Data/Graphs]

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If You Missed Core and Remitano not miss CatStar 🤩 NFT and Metaverse 🥳

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ETH Shrimp Abruptly Moves 0.00009 ETH in One Massive Crypto Transaction

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ETH Shrimp Abruptly Moves 0.00009 ETH in One Massive Crypto Transaction

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ETH Shrimp Abruptly Moves 0.00009 ETH in One Massive Crypto Transaction

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PROPLAND - Existing Real Estate Business Expands to the Blockchain! Pinksale ends in 4 hours. Softcap reached! Big marketing planned!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink’s First Staking Pool Pulls in $170M of LINK Tokens, Hitting Community Limit After 2 Days!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

General access to Chainlink (LINK) staking community pool started today and it is already full! Congrats to Chainlink and the community!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is staking ever worth it or is it better to get everything offline onto cold storage?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Buy the rumor, sell the news? Chainlink (LINK) price drops after staking launch

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Everything You Need To Know About Chainlink Staking

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Blockchain Data Provider Chainlink Launches Staking of Its Native Token LINK

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Why are you buying in december? andnif not, why not?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink Staking is launching today. Everything you need to know.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

LINK Sharks and Whales Now Hold a Quarter of the Supply.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Apart from BTC/ETH what is the safest coin to accumulate for the long term

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink to Introduce Staking on Ethereum on December 6, LINK Rallies in Response

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“I did not ever try to commit fraud on anyone,” Sam Bankman-Fried

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[SERIOUS] What would you consider the biggest concerns with your favourite coins? DOT, ATOM, LINK, ADA, MATIC, NEAR, etc. I would love to hear healthy constructive criticism OR reasons why you didn’t invest into certain projects.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin price consolidation has shifted traders to these 4 altcoins: DOGE, LTC, LINK, and APE

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Data Signals Major Red Flag As Chainlink (LINK) Rises 8% Over Last 7 Days

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Utopia P2P decentralized ecosystem and native cryptos

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

When discussing regulation you have to differentiate between the many different categories of Crypto. The biggest problem with regulation is it will want to remove decentralization.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

New Portfolio

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ChainLink price analysis: LINK decreases value to $6

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why I am strongly against crypto regulation.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Sad story: How I (and others) lost everything on AAVE

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Tether Blacklists Mysterious FTX Wallets as Account Drainer Liquidates MATIC, LINK, AVAX Holdings

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

When a big tree falls in the forest…

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

3.6M $LINK, 17M $INCH, 1.9M UNI transferred out of FTX to unknown wallets in the past 5 minutes.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

In Light of the FTX Collapse, Team Behind Chainlink (LINK) Offers a Proof of Reserve Solution

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Spot Portfolio entries lie ahead, what to do with your money?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Reasons Why Chainlink (LINK) Surged to 3-Month High

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Look at the image below. I bought LINK at an average price of 8.71. I panic sold the local bottom. My order market filled at 7.888. I literally sold the bottom. You cannot make this up ( I belong on WSB). Dont trade with emotions.

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Top Trader Forecasts Imminent Rallies for Bitcoin, Chainlink (LINK) and One of Ethereum’s Biggest Rivals

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is there a practical or functional reason Gamestop went with BAND over LINK?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

LUNA Maniacs | Private Sale ENDS IN Few HOURS | +12k USD Raised so far | Get in now and lock in massive profits | Dev previous project - did 2000X

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Been in crypto since April 2021 and I’m still here

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Who else plans to participate in Chainlink Staking (Beta)?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

FART Coin: XRP Rewards, NFTs, and PooChain Partner!

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ART Coin: XRP Rewards, NFTs, and PooChain Partner!

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FART A new Meme coin with high potential

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It’s just bout trustworthy business . You keep 💯 loyal we gon count these bands. This how shits keeps popping on the field when yo keep it fr with plugs 🔌 get your btc ready Tapin on Twitter or telegram @REDDYOUP LINK ALSO IN MY BIO

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

High Activity in a Fairly Inactive Market

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Accumulate alts now or wait for new boys??

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Them MOs hitting Get at me for slips get your btc ready hit me up on Twitter or telegram @REDDYOUP LINK ALSO IN MY BIO

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Legit clones and banklogs and check slips:Test run available!! Just lemme know how much ya got Safe and secured 💯 get your btc ready hit me up on Twitter or telegram @REDDYOUP LINK ALSO IN MY BIO

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

High Activity in a Fairly Inactive Market

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Day XIV - Page Fault

r/BitcoinSee Post

Trust Towards Cryptocurrency survey

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Crypto Whales Splurge Over $312,000,000 on One Ethereum-Based Altcoin (LINK) in Massive Accumulation Frenzy: Santiment - The Daily Hodl

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Why it makes no sense to stake small amounts and why you can lose a lot on this. We are actually quite far from the real crypto adoption. Is it even necessary?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

LINK Value Rises By $313M Because Of ChainLink Sharks and Whales

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LINK price eyes a 30% move as Chainlink announces early access to staking

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Chainlink (LINK) Makes Top 10 List Of Most Purchased Tokens In Last 24 Hours

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How to withdraw LINK to Ethereum address from FTX US?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Market behaviour since early May drop

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Help withdrawing LINK from a smart contract

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Presale Ending Today at 6pm UTC! Jump in Before it Closes- Introducing.. Kawaii Subscription (DOXX + Audit + Kyc)

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How do you decide on the % composition of your portfolio?

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My summary for Chainlink (LINK)

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BTC has bottomed and here are the Alts I'm in: ENS, UNI, LINK

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Another day, another QNT pumping day.

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Hedge Fund Two Sigma to Provide Data to Blockchain Information Network Chainlink

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Coinbureau seems to be uninformed or ommit some news in order to create a false narrative.

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Chainlink Partnership With SWIFT Shows LINK Attracting Attention From ‘Seriously Significant’ Institutions: Coin Bureau - The Daily Hodl

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This eligibility transaction for LINK staking says its only a signature, anyway to tell if there is a contract of anything else attached? I am eternally paranoid.

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The Worlds First Trust Network

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Chainlink (LINK): Big part of crypto’s future

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Is Web3 the future of crypto? An Analytic insight into the development of Web3!!

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Chainlink announces staking plans of its native token LINK

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Biggest Movers: LINK Hits 6-Week High, UNI up 16% on Tuesday

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The Chainlink CEO, Sergey Nazarov just got into a street fight with an investor

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The CEO of Chainlink just got into a street fight with an investor

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Chainlink holders buyback $93 million worth of LINK following continual gradual incline

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A Balanced Portfolio Should Consist of at least 70% BTC, 60% ETH, 30% top 15 alts, 20% stables, and 10% low cap

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Save on gas and earn higher returns when LPing on Uniswap

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A Balanced Portfolio Should Consist of at least 70% BTC, 60% ETH, 30% top 25 alts, 20% stables, and 10% low cap

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The biggest airdrop of 2022 is happening in two weeks! | kiyomi neko is a layer-2 blockchain built using the polygon edge framework. | $kiyomi token is the native token of the kiyomi blockchain |

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10,000,000 LINK transferred from unknown wallet to Binance.

Mentions

This is all my portfolio is. I used to hold BTC, ETH and maybe 5 other coins (LINK, DOT, ADA, ATOM, and MATIC). Then I discovered QNT and LCX and never looked back. Best move I have made.

Nice. I have LINK too

Mentions:#LINK

Honestly, this is a garbage take. Eth has less chance of dhing than bitcoin long term. Nothing even comes close. Btc is (relatively) great in a bear market. Eth is great in a bullmarket. Anything else is gambling. If I has to pick a third ‘unlikely to ever die’ coin it actually would have been xrp, but now the lawsuit is pretty scary. After that maybe LINK? And honestly, after that its all fucking dragons…feinfe use cases hinging on adoption that just isnt necessarily evee goinf to happen.

Mentions:#LINK

Need some LINK in there

Mentions:#LINK

Still believing in LINK

Mentions:#LINK

A little bit more DOT LINK ATOM, but mostly BTC/ETH, because I only really believe in them.

This are my DCA altcoins: ETH, ADA, ALGO, MATIC, DOT, LINK and ATOM.

[https://blockworks.co/news/crypto-lender-nexo-battles-former-co-founder](https://blockworks.co/news/crypto-lender-nexo-battles-former-co-founder) Good for you for silencing your former colleague, but the settlement doesn't explain: * why your employee's name was in the FUD document's metadata * why specifically Nexo mailing list subscribers got the fake Zeus capital FUD * why the mailing account was using Nexo's Typeform account * how come official Nexo wallets borrowed Chainlink from Aave minutes before the spam campaign began * why former employees confirmed the story with journalists from a media you actually used for advertisement, but was so disgusted with your crimes they wrote a piece on them anyway I thought you guys were doing an internal investigation and would announce results ASAP. It has been 2 years, what happened? Let me guess, someone set you up so professionally, he even shorted LINK from your accounts hours before the spam began?

BTC, LTC, XMR or even DOGE sure, but ATOM or LINK, they’re not made to buy goods really

#Chainlink Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by FrogsDoBeCool which won 2nd place in the Chainlink Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Chainlink - Oracles, the thing no basic crypto investor understands > > Disclaimer: I own Chainlink, and believe it's a good project. > > * Chainlink is, confusing to say the least. It does a lot. Specifically with smart contracts. I really feel like I need to explain an oracle before I dig too deep in this. (it's okay, oracles are directly related to chainlink). > > # Oracles > > * Transactions when validated need to be sequential and agreed upon with every ledger? right? yes, but [smart contracts ruin that.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJfkNzyO7-U) (0:00-3:00, heavily referenced in oracle problem). Imagine you need to send $5 of eth to someone every minute, forever. great. cool. no. > * When we use an API in the smart contract to find the price of eth to send $5 to person A, we have to deal with the fact the price of ETH will changes, all the nodes that validate this one transaction take time to validate the transaction, therefore all the nodes validating said transaction will get a different result. Destroying the entire Ethereum network and making Vitalik cry. > * When we call transactions already validated to be checked again, the API used will be called again. So imagine sending $5 of eth to person A in 2017, which would be 0.5 eth at the time. But today 0.5 eth is worth like, $2000. So getting the history of all transactions.. can't happen. > * **How Oracles Solve this dilemma** > * Oracles in a sense connect historic data to current. They keep the data of API's, transactions, etc, so that they can bridge the differences in data and keep transactions able to be validated. For an easier explanation, they take the transaction, and bundle it, for all the nodes to get, to validate. > * **The Oracle problem** > * The reason many, many oracles have failed in the past is due to the [oracle problem](https://blog.chain.link/what-is-the-blockchain-oracle-problem/), in which we trade decentralization for well.. smart contracts to work. Because an Oracle keeps the data of all smart contract transactions to distribute to nodes to give one singular result, and the fact many oracles have used a single storage server, they're inherently centralized. It's similar to having a cryptocurrency being made on one node. > * [Centralization is not the only issue,](https://medium.com/@DelphiSystems/the-oracle-problem-856ccbdbd14f) Native blockchains cannot pull or push data onto off-chain data. This gives these networks security from hackers and vulnerabilities. Although, the world is kinda sexy with data, and apis, and oh my god. all the numbers. Smart contracts love numbers. > * How are these problems solved? Chainlink! > > # Chainlink, its use, purpose, and value > > * The actual coin, [Link](https://cryptonews.com/coins/chainlink/), is used similar to a gas payment, in which they use it to help validate transactions. It's been stated historically that Link as a coin is not needed at all, and is a useless coin.. But, nope, if that was true, then ethereum gas fees would be useless too. (while i wish gas fees were useless, they're not!) > * The more link a node has collected, [generally the more trusted it is](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fg8qGWBYE), allowing it to get more data. This one key idea would make people think Chainlink is centralized, but instead, there's been a way to increase the speed of the network and validation of transactions, since the fastest nodes are also the ones with the most link. > * Chainlink works on several blockchains > * [External adaptors](https://docs.chain.link/docs/external-adapters/) allow smart contracts to be able to be used and validated on multiple blockchains, one of the earliest examples of attempting to bridge cryptocurrencies! > * External adaptors are also what chainlink use to bridge data from API's to the blockchain network in a decentralized way. > * **The Oracle Problem** > * Chainlink solves this issue efficiently, cleanly, and thankfully easy to explain. They basically built an entire blockchain on a blockchain just for smart contracts. > * [They have decentralized nodes](https://docs.chain.link/docs/running-a-chainlink-node/). The nodes collect data from API's, then validate them via specific oracles in each node, then is sent to the blockchain. Nodes are compensated in LINK coins for this work. They also receive data from the blockchain too to then send that data usually to API's. > * Real World Use > * Data feeds is the initial problem I basically introduced in this cointest, in that we cannot know the historic value of eth on an API that's ever changing. Chainlink, because of oracles, has solved this. Don't believe me? kinda hurts, but no matter. [Here's an example.](https://data.chain.link/) Data feeds are now a basic example of what Chainlink can do, and should be known as one of the first things chainlink and oracles, in general, were built to solve. > * the entire ethereum DeFi world is built on chainlink's protocols. Yeah, by the way, Ethereum is valued at 500 billion dollars. > * Chainlink is honestly, **the bridge to the internet** \- **to the blockchain**. It is one of the most useful projects that could ever be made in crypto, and it's one of the only decentralized oracle cryptos. > * Any data that can be scraped into an API can be put onto the blockchain now because of Chainlink. Bank information, financial statements.. you could even end up building an API on r/cc to scrape data, to host a website on web 3.0 using smart contracts, and by that nature, chainlink. > * Grayscale crypto etf's have a Chainlink trust, [specifically for chainlink!](https://grayscale.com/products/grayscale-chainlink-trust/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4b2MBhD2ARIsAIrcB-RTNwh_LNWBoCGHuRRAbQYNuwpo095BoYlYF2xFPawJecHUBNYZgwwaAoqOEALw_wcB) > * Chainlink is used everywhere in most blockchains with smart contracts, because of its decentralized, ease of use, oracles. I'm grasping at straws just simply because Chainlink seems to solve specific issues that people would not encounter in daily cryptocurrency life, but Chainlink literally is the foundation of many things cryptocurrency. That's the key takeaway from this. > > ​ > > ​ > > some cool things i found: > > when looking over reddit, i found apparently the technical community manager vibing, explaining [oracles.](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoTechnology/comments/81te2i/how_do_blockchainssmart_contracts_communicate/) back in 2018, when link was around $0.50. Like damn bro, why couldn't I have had the fucking TCM explain oracles to me when link was 50 cents. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yos/coin_inquiries_round_chainlink_proarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chainlink) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#API#ETH#LINK

Chainlink {{pros}} & {{cons}} and related info are in the collapsed comments below. Pros and cons will change for every new post. Submit a pro/con argument in the [Cointest](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) and potentially win [Moons](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/moon/). Moon prizes by award for the Coin Inquiries category are: **1st - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 1000.** --- To submit a LINK pro-argument, [click here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/sifdfz/coin_inquiries_chainlink_proarguments_february/). | To submit a LINK con-argument, [click here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/sifdiq/coin_inquiries_chainlink_conarguments_february/).

Mentions:#Moon#LINK

Also, nobody is buying anything with LINK or ATOM or most other crypto let’s be honest. Just as most people don’t use their gold to buy stuff either.

Mentions:#LINK#ATOM

The thing about LINK is that by design in use case it will scale directly with adoption. Just needs time.

Mentions:#LINK

Price action has been lacking for a long time (LINK is down since 2020 when in the same time frame most big coins have seen big coins)

Mentions:#LINK

I have ETH, ATOM, OSMO, LINK, ROSE, MOONS and an ALGO/BUTTS LP I think that a few others like MATIC will do good in the bull but I wanted a smaller portfolio

QNT, LINK, GRT, MATIC, DOT, and AR I'm holding NEAR, but honestly it feels like that's just in hope of some sort of a recovery at some point. Almost the same feel with LRC, though I'm maybe starting to get a bit of confidence back. I've been getting a bit more confident about ADA as time has gone on. Not sure it will moonshot but hey. And XRP as a court case gamble

They might not fit to @ yolo moon type category, but interoperability and w3 infrastructure are another (think: QNT, LINK, GRT, etc)

Mentions:#QNT#LINK#GRT

I loved when CZ was questioned about why he didn’t have a “big 4” accounting firm audit his business on live TV and he basically just starts spewing shit about how they can’t understand crypto etc. ([LINK HERE](https://youtu.be/uwsJm3qgp9I) He acts like people in traditional finance aren’t familiar with things like speculation, backing, and value, which is completely absurd.

Mentions:#LINK

I like LINK

Mentions:#LINK

BNB has exploded since 2020 when others like LINK (which has great tech) have lost value in the same timeframe. So it’s true, if you’re in it for the money BNB was the right choice

Mentions:#BNB#LINK

Well, I do think it's sustainable. At least, this should go for a couple of weeks, maybe months, who knows. But whatever happens, it's going to be a careful DCAing into BTC, ETH, LINK, and DIA most of the time. You can't go wrong DCAing anyway. I've done this in the past couple of months and I'm up by 40% on my portfolio. I think that's cool enough.

Ben said LINK was too risky not to hold and ETH would drop below 1k, see how that worked out

Mentions:#LINK#ETH

LINK performed well during last bear so the upside was limited compared to others

Mentions:#LINK

No I know, DOGE is “a meme that could make me money”, LINK is “the biggest oracle”, of course the first will perform a lot better. That’s also why I think that AI coins will do great in the next months. Most coins will be shitty projects but it’s all about hype

Mentions:#DOGE#LINK

I cry on ALGO and LINK. I like them.

Mentions:#ALGO#LINK

I must say that I’m surprised to see CRO, LINK and ALGO at a higher price in 2020 than they are right now

This shows that crypto makes *no sense at all* LINK, which is very important tech as the biggest oracle, has awful price action DOGE, a memecoin, has been the best performer of all Nothing against DOGE, these numbers just prove one more time that people are in crypto to speculate above everything else. We DYOR and all that but in the end, it’s not always the best projects with the best tech that will perform best.

AI crypto doesn‘t make sense, so stay out of it. i‘m going with ALGO, LINK, ATOM, DOT, ADA and MATIC

I’m sure it’s not that but just checking: you haven’t simply forgotten about moving them? Recently I had a big scare because the LINK that I hadn’t moved in months was gone. Then, I realized that I staked it when staking opened

Mentions:#LINK

My XRP bag is having a good day. Can DOT and LINK be next please?

Mentions:#XRP#DOT#LINK

Here are the some of the best undervalued cryptocurrencies. Chainlink (LINK) Tezos (XTZ) Theta (THETA) Polygon (MATIC) Filecoin (FIL) Hedera (HBAR) Klaytn (KLAY) PancakeSwap (CAKE) Quant (QNT) Algorand (ALGO)

Here are the some of the best undervalued cryptocurrencies. Chainlink (LINK) Tezos (XTZ) Theta (THETA) Polygon (MATIC) Filecoin (FIL) Hedera (HBAR) Klaytn (KLAY) PancakeSwap (CAKE) Quant (QNT) Algorand (ALGO)

LINK, fucking yes, please! Pump it!

Mentions:#LINK

Can it please be time for DOT and LINK to pump hard, please? My Christmas present is late this year.

Mentions:#DOT#LINK

BTC, ETH, RISE, SOL, LINK [the top socially influenced cryptos](https://swaggystocks.com/dashboard/crypto/best-cryptos).

My LINK bag was 1/2 of my tax harvest this year… other half was GRT.

Mentions:#LINK#GRT

Can someone remind me why I bought LINK again?

Mentions:#LINK

I think the sentiment around ChainLink was it would be super useful to connect a bunch of different blockchains and be able to index them. While it might not ever go parabolic, I think LINK will be super useful the next 10 years and I’ve been putting very small amounts of my portfolio into it

Mentions:#LINK

I bought 2 LINK for $30 xD

Mentions:#LINK

bought LINK at $30!, it's okay.

Mentions:#LINK

It's ok, LINK, take your time

Mentions:#LINK

Lots of corporate and enterprise elbow-rubbing. Hedera nodes are run by a bunch of large S&P500 companies and traditional finance, LINK works with the lizard people in the WEF. I don't think that's all for no reason but who knows.

Mentions:#LINK

#Chainlink Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by FrogsDoBeCool which won 2nd place in the Chainlink Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Chainlink - Oracles, the thing no basic crypto investor understands > > Disclaimer: I own Chainlink, and believe it's a good project. > > * Chainlink is, confusing to say the least. It does a lot. Specifically with smart contracts. I really feel like I need to explain an oracle before I dig too deep in this. (it's okay, oracles are directly related to chainlink). > > # Oracles > > * Transactions when validated need to be sequential and agreed upon with every ledger? right? yes, but [smart contracts ruin that.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJfkNzyO7-U) (0:00-3:00, heavily referenced in oracle problem). Imagine you need to send $5 of eth to someone every minute, forever. great. cool. no. > * When we use an API in the smart contract to find the price of eth to send $5 to person A, we have to deal with the fact the price of ETH will changes, all the nodes that validate this one transaction take time to validate the transaction, therefore all the nodes validating said transaction will get a different result. Destroying the entire Ethereum network and making Vitalik cry. > * When we call transactions already validated to be checked again, the API used will be called again. So imagine sending $5 of eth to person A in 2017, which would be 0.5 eth at the time. But today 0.5 eth is worth like, $2000. So getting the history of all transactions.. can't happen. > * **How Oracles Solve this dilemma** > * Oracles in a sense connect historic data to current. They keep the data of API's, transactions, etc, so that they can bridge the differences in data and keep transactions able to be validated. For an easier explanation, they take the transaction, and bundle it, for all the nodes to get, to validate. > * **The Oracle problem** > * The reason many, many oracles have failed in the past is due to the [oracle problem](https://blog.chain.link/what-is-the-blockchain-oracle-problem/), in which we trade decentralization for well.. smart contracts to work. Because an Oracle keeps the data of all smart contract transactions to distribute to nodes to give one singular result, and the fact many oracles have used a single storage server, they're inherently centralized. It's similar to having a cryptocurrency being made on one node. > * [Centralization is not the only issue,](https://medium.com/@DelphiSystems/the-oracle-problem-856ccbdbd14f) Native blockchains cannot pull or push data onto off-chain data. This gives these networks security from hackers and vulnerabilities. Although, the world is kinda sexy with data, and apis, and oh my god. all the numbers. Smart contracts love numbers. > * How are these problems solved? Chainlink! > > # Chainlink, its use, purpose, and value > > * The actual coin, [Link](https://cryptonews.com/coins/chainlink/), is used similar to a gas payment, in which they use it to help validate transactions. It's been stated historically that Link as a coin is not needed at all, and is a useless coin.. But, nope, if that was true, then ethereum gas fees would be useless too. (while i wish gas fees were useless, they're not!) > * The more link a node has collected, [generally the more trusted it is](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fg8qGWBYE), allowing it to get more data. This one key idea would make people think Chainlink is centralized, but instead, there's been a way to increase the speed of the network and validation of transactions, since the fastest nodes are also the ones with the most link. > * Chainlink works on several blockchains > * [External adaptors](https://docs.chain.link/docs/external-adapters/) allow smart contracts to be able to be used and validated on multiple blockchains, one of the earliest examples of attempting to bridge cryptocurrencies! > * External adaptors are also what chainlink use to bridge data from API's to the blockchain network in a decentralized way. > * **The Oracle Problem** > * Chainlink solves this issue efficiently, cleanly, and thankfully easy to explain. They basically built an entire blockchain on a blockchain just for smart contracts. > * [They have decentralized nodes](https://docs.chain.link/docs/running-a-chainlink-node/). The nodes collect data from API's, then validate them via specific oracles in each node, then is sent to the blockchain. Nodes are compensated in LINK coins for this work. They also receive data from the blockchain too to then send that data usually to API's. > * Real World Use > * Data feeds is the initial problem I basically introduced in this cointest, in that we cannot know the historic value of eth on an API that's ever changing. Chainlink, because of oracles, has solved this. Don't believe me? kinda hurts, but no matter. [Here's an example.](https://data.chain.link/) Data feeds are now a basic example of what Chainlink can do, and should be known as one of the first things chainlink and oracles, in general, were built to solve. > * the entire ethereum DeFi world is built on chainlink's protocols. Yeah, by the way, Ethereum is valued at 500 billion dollars. > * Chainlink is honestly, **the bridge to the internet** \- **to the blockchain**. It is one of the most useful projects that could ever be made in crypto, and it's one of the only decentralized oracle cryptos. > * Any data that can be scraped into an API can be put onto the blockchain now because of Chainlink. Bank information, financial statements.. you could even end up building an API on r/cc to scrape data, to host a website on web 3.0 using smart contracts, and by that nature, chainlink. > * Grayscale crypto etf's have a Chainlink trust, [specifically for chainlink!](https://grayscale.com/products/grayscale-chainlink-trust/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4b2MBhD2ARIsAIrcB-RTNwh_LNWBoCGHuRRAbQYNuwpo095BoYlYF2xFPawJecHUBNYZgwwaAoqOEALw_wcB) > * Chainlink is used everywhere in most blockchains with smart contracts, because of its decentralized, ease of use, oracles. I'm grasping at straws just simply because Chainlink seems to solve specific issues that people would not encounter in daily cryptocurrency life, but Chainlink literally is the foundation of many things cryptocurrency. That's the key takeaway from this. > > ​ > > ​ > > some cool things i found: > > when looking over reddit, i found apparently the technical community manager vibing, explaining [oracles.](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoTechnology/comments/81te2i/how_do_blockchainssmart_contracts_communicate/) back in 2018, when link was around $0.50. Like damn bro, why couldn't I have had the fucking TCM explain oracles to me when link was 50 cents. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yos/coin_inquiries_round_chainlink_proarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chainlink) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#API#ETH#LINK

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Mentions:#Moon#LINK

LINK MARINE. I'm still tempted to come back to LINK.

Mentions:#LINK

My strategy hasn't changed. DCA into BTC, ETH, MATIC, ADA, ALGO, DOT, ATOM and LINK until I start being in profit.

The way I see it is LINK is a great project from the crypto infrastructure perspective but a garbage investment.

Mentions:#LINK

Wake me up if LINK ever makes it to $100 xD

Mentions:#LINK

It's a press release by the company, did you expect them to tell you "by the way we were a scam from the start, we sent out those fake zeus capital letters while we were shorting LINK, see you fuckers"?

Mentions:#LINK

How many were unlocked in 2022? The only big unlock I own is LINK so not too bad

Mentions:#LINK

This is truly a great racket for these crypto companies. Create token supply > inflate value artificially until real value/liquidity is attracted > inflate supply with nonsense tokenomics essentially creating assets from thin air valued at real prices > slowly dump on market > profit. If you do it well enough people will even shill your scam for you here. That being said I own some LINK and HBAR lol.

Mentions:#LINK#HBAR

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Mentions:#LINK

My main criteria was large caps, excluding stablecoins and wrapped tokens. There are a couple of wildcards in there such as RUNE and to a lesser extent LINK, but essentially it all came down to market cap.

Mentions:#RUNE#LINK

Why should he be in prison? I'd sooner send the criminals that make pre-mined shitcoins like XRP, LINK and SOL to prison than someone who runs financial infrastructure in the real world.

Mentions:#XRP#LINK#SOL

I am proud of be 4. 40/35/25 is my rule. 40% BTC, 35% ETH and 25% alts like ADA, ALGO, MATIC, DOT, ATOM and LINK. Not to mention my 24/7 job as a farmer.

LINK. 2018. You know where. Just wish I bought more than a few dollars worth.

Mentions:#LINK

It was the worst performer in last bullrun. Reason being LINK doesn't have much to do with Chainlink

Mentions:#LINK

Appreciate such posts. Just want to rectify some things - >In decentralized storage, data is broken up into smaller pieces and distributed across a network of storage providers, rather than being stored on a centralized server. This reduces the risk of data breaches and makes it more difficult for hackers to access or corrupt the data. Not necessarily. It entirely depends on what centralized and decentralized storage services you are comparing. As much as I hate the big 3 cloud bois, S3 is still the go to storage provider for a good reason. It is technologically ahead of whatever the "Web 3.0" space has to offer right now. Also, distributed infrastructure implementations exist already. Sure a central authority controls them but you still get the security benefits of using them, not everyone is using a single server to store everything. >Decentralized storage solutions also offer greater privacy and control for users, as they do not have to rely on third-party companies to store and manage their data. Privacy and data sovereignty depend on the decentralized storage service of choice. If I share a file via IPFS but then want itnto to be taken down then it might not be possible because someone else might still be pinning the file. If you want complete control over your data then just self-host Pydio Cells. Privacy is also questionable, I don't recollect Tor/I2P compatibility for any decentralized storage services and IPFS based solutions are P2P. Also, while DHT crawlers might not be as common as with torrents but I'd imagine the same should apply here to some extent, so using the public DHT means your privacy goes kaput. >On top of that, many decentralized storage platforms use a form of distributed storage called IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) which allows data to be stored in a decentralized way. IPFS uses a combination of content-addressable storage and a distributed hash table to store files in a decentralized way, rather than storing them on a centralized server. IPFS isn't a storage per se. IPFS is a protocol that allows one to deterministically retrieve data via content based addressing. The data itself still needs to be stored somewhere, be it your local PC or a traditional server. To ensure files on IPFS are always available one needs to pin a file. Which disregarding the technical aspects is conceptually similar to BitTorrent's seeding. IPFS isn't the only data retrieval protocol either, there's also good old BitTorrent and Hypercore (Dat). But these protocols differ from one another at a technical level. Filecoin, Jackal (Cosmos chain) are basically ways to incentivize people to ensure that data is always available on IPFS. Think of them as the incentive layer to IPFS. I haven't heard of ANT and Skale, so won't comment on them. But about the rest - 1. Ocean - It's a data marketplace. I know you didn't refer to it as a storage solution, but I find it weird to be placed alongside the rest. 2. Band - It's a oracle trying to play catch-up with LINK. It's relevance in the storage space is minimal. 3. SAFE - It's been a while but this seems closer to GNUnet or Freenet. Not at a technical level but rather at a philosophical level. Safe wishes to create an alternate internet. They even have their own protocol stack fleshed out on top of the existing IP suite. It's a decent project, haven't looked at them in a while. I wonder if they have a proper product now. Btw, they're not a storage service either. So shouldn't be in this discussion. They're what you bring up when discussing Tor, I2P, Nym, Lokinet etc. 4. Storj and Sia - I only have a cursory understanding of Storj but Sia is a good example. It doesn't use IPFS (as you correctly pointed out) but it can be used in conjunction with it. A new email service called Telios does this. They store encrypted emails on Sia and use IPFS to retrieve them. Overall good post OP. Just wanted to point out some technical misunderstandings in the post.

Think LINK will have a good run when and if we are in a new bullrun?

Mentions:#LINK

It's obvious we are close to experiencing the bull market, I'm still looking out to grab some bags of low cap tokens in the web3 space, the likes of LINK & ORE are my best bet.

Mentions:#LINK#ORE

If you want to keep it simple and live life calmly, DCA and HODL in projects more likely to return to ATH. In my case I selected, BTC, ETH, MATIC, ALGO, ADA, DOT, ATOM and LINK.

I'm so excited about the market RN. BTC is trying to break thru some major resistance, and if that happens, we might just have another week of bullishness which will be totally okay. Well, besides BTC, I got more stakes in ETH, LINK, and DIA. And having DCA'd into them for the most part of the bear market, I'm finally in profits. Let the rally continue.

Shouldn't have reduced my ETH to LINK...

Mentions:#ETH#LINK

#Chainlink Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by FrogsDoBeCool which won 2nd place in the Chainlink Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Chainlink - Oracles, the thing no basic crypto investor understands > > Disclaimer: I own Chainlink, and believe it's a good project. > > * Chainlink is, confusing to say the least. It does a lot. Specifically with smart contracts. I really feel like I need to explain an oracle before I dig too deep in this. (it's okay, oracles are directly related to chainlink). > > # Oracles > > * Transactions when validated need to be sequential and agreed upon with every ledger? right? yes, but [smart contracts ruin that.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJfkNzyO7-U) (0:00-3:00, heavily referenced in oracle problem). Imagine you need to send $5 of eth to someone every minute, forever. great. cool. no. > * When we use an API in the smart contract to find the price of eth to send $5 to person A, we have to deal with the fact the price of ETH will changes, all the nodes that validate this one transaction take time to validate the transaction, therefore all the nodes validating said transaction will get a different result. Destroying the entire Ethereum network and making Vitalik cry. > * When we call transactions already validated to be checked again, the API used will be called again. So imagine sending $5 of eth to person A in 2017, which would be 0.5 eth at the time. But today 0.5 eth is worth like, $2000. So getting the history of all transactions.. can't happen. > * **How Oracles Solve this dilemma** > * Oracles in a sense connect historic data to current. They keep the data of API's, transactions, etc, so that they can bridge the differences in data and keep transactions able to be validated. For an easier explanation, they take the transaction, and bundle it, for all the nodes to get, to validate. > * **The Oracle problem** > * The reason many, many oracles have failed in the past is due to the [oracle problem](https://blog.chain.link/what-is-the-blockchain-oracle-problem/), in which we trade decentralization for well.. smart contracts to work. Because an Oracle keeps the data of all smart contract transactions to distribute to nodes to give one singular result, and the fact many oracles have used a single storage server, they're inherently centralized. It's similar to having a cryptocurrency being made on one node. > * [Centralization is not the only issue,](https://medium.com/@DelphiSystems/the-oracle-problem-856ccbdbd14f) Native blockchains cannot pull or push data onto off-chain data. This gives these networks security from hackers and vulnerabilities. Although, the world is kinda sexy with data, and apis, and oh my god. all the numbers. Smart contracts love numbers. > * How are these problems solved? Chainlink! > > # Chainlink, its use, purpose, and value > > * The actual coin, [Link](https://cryptonews.com/coins/chainlink/), is used similar to a gas payment, in which they use it to help validate transactions. It's been stated historically that Link as a coin is not needed at all, and is a useless coin.. But, nope, if that was true, then ethereum gas fees would be useless too. (while i wish gas fees were useless, they're not!) > * The more link a node has collected, [generally the more trusted it is](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2fg8qGWBYE), allowing it to get more data. This one key idea would make people think Chainlink is centralized, but instead, there's been a way to increase the speed of the network and validation of transactions, since the fastest nodes are also the ones with the most link. > * Chainlink works on several blockchains > * [External adaptors](https://docs.chain.link/docs/external-adapters/) allow smart contracts to be able to be used and validated on multiple blockchains, one of the earliest examples of attempting to bridge cryptocurrencies! > * External adaptors are also what chainlink use to bridge data from API's to the blockchain network in a decentralized way. > * **The Oracle Problem** > * Chainlink solves this issue efficiently, cleanly, and thankfully easy to explain. They basically built an entire blockchain on a blockchain just for smart contracts. > * [They have decentralized nodes](https://docs.chain.link/docs/running-a-chainlink-node/). The nodes collect data from API's, then validate them via specific oracles in each node, then is sent to the blockchain. Nodes are compensated in LINK coins for this work. They also receive data from the blockchain too to then send that data usually to API's. > * Real World Use > * Data feeds is the initial problem I basically introduced in this cointest, in that we cannot know the historic value of eth on an API that's ever changing. Chainlink, because of oracles, has solved this. Don't believe me? kinda hurts, but no matter. [Here's an example.](https://data.chain.link/) Data feeds are now a basic example of what Chainlink can do, and should be known as one of the first things chainlink and oracles, in general, were built to solve. > * the entire ethereum DeFi world is built on chainlink's protocols. Yeah, by the way, Ethereum is valued at 500 billion dollars. > * Chainlink is honestly, **the bridge to the internet** \- **to the blockchain**. It is one of the most useful projects that could ever be made in crypto, and it's one of the only decentralized oracle cryptos. > * Any data that can be scraped into an API can be put onto the blockchain now because of Chainlink. Bank information, financial statements.. you could even end up building an API on r/cc to scrape data, to host a website on web 3.0 using smart contracts, and by that nature, chainlink. > * Grayscale crypto etf's have a Chainlink trust, [specifically for chainlink!](https://grayscale.com/products/grayscale-chainlink-trust/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4b2MBhD2ARIsAIrcB-RTNwh_LNWBoCGHuRRAbQYNuwpo095BoYlYF2xFPawJecHUBNYZgwwaAoqOEALw_wcB) > * Chainlink is used everywhere in most blockchains with smart contracts, because of its decentralized, ease of use, oracles. I'm grasping at straws just simply because Chainlink seems to solve specific issues that people would not encounter in daily cryptocurrency life, but Chainlink literally is the foundation of many things cryptocurrency. That's the key takeaway from this. > > ​ > > ​ > > some cool things i found: > > when looking over reddit, i found apparently the technical community manager vibing, explaining [oracles.](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoTechnology/comments/81te2i/how_do_blockchainssmart_contracts_communicate/) back in 2018, when link was around $0.50. Like damn bro, why couldn't I have had the fucking TCM explain oracles to me when link was 50 cents. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yos/coin_inquiries_round_chainlink_proarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chainlink) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#API#ETH#LINK

Chainlink [pros](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/10f2190/overline_link/j4ua3pa/) & cons and related info are in the collapsed comments below. Pros and cons will change for every new post. Submit a pro/con argument in the [Cointest](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) and potentially win [Moons](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/moon/). Moon prizes by award for the Coin Inquiries category are: **1st - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 1000.** --- To submit a LINK pro-argument, [click here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/sifdfz/coin_inquiries_chainlink_proarguments_february/). | To submit a LINK con-argument, [click here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/sifdiq/coin_inquiries_chainlink_conarguments_february/).

Mentions:#Moon#LINK

Any LINK fans still here? I was hoping it was gonna be the star of the bear market again lol

Mentions:#LINK

LINK for sure 🙌🏽

Mentions:#LINK

I think LINK and ALGO are solid. I don't know anything about WOO other than I always laugh at the name.

My understanding is that ALGO had a vesting schedule but that has ended already. And that now the only ALGO released into circulation is the quarterly governance rewards. I also have not seen any evidence of major dumps by the LINK dev teams recently (but I could be wrong).

Mentions:#ALGO#LINK

I'd only be concerned about that WOO token. Sure they've raised funds for their business, but what does that matter to their token. I went and read their medium a little. Recent post about their plans for the token. I am not impressed with the purpose of this token https://medium.com/woonetwork/woo-tokenomics-revamp-the-first-chapter-8769fcde34a1 LINK and ALGO. If you have a low cost basis then you'll probably make money. Also on teh only investing in BTC/ETH, still way closer to the low points of the last 2 years than the peak. To me now is the time to average into speculative. Maybe not WOO, but lvl 1s and - degen of me - meme tokens with good liquidity on DEXs

LINK provides an industry utility infrastructure, and have had some positive tractionof late re tie in with SWIFT, etc etc. IMHO LINK is undervalued and should do well. It doesn't attract the hype of the usual moonboi crowd so much, which is probably a good thing. I don't see a lot of relative risk with it, medium term. GRT (The Graph) is another infrastructure / utility project in a similar boat. And QUANT (QNT) is another, in the institutional / interoperability space.

I am keeping my eyes on MATIC and CTSI when it comes to Layer 2 projects. When it comes to this list I am wondering about ALBT, and what makes it in trend. I believe aside from these oracles LINK and DIA could attract attention, because of their development and integrations of NFT oracle price floors. Let's see.

Good to see some altcoins are doing well. I am pretty surprised about GALA and MANA, but at the same time pleased, because it means Metaverse is still a big thing. I stick to DCA and will be adding mostly oracles LINK and DIA which still deliver bullish news, as DIA got listed on Binance US. I keep my eyes on these.

ADA, DOT, LINK, XRP, MATIC wouldn't seem bad to diversify imo. Then maybe 1% into some moonshots split up 😁

If you dont have any LINK yet then def you need some.

Mentions:#LINK

I made a really bad decision with LINK at the start of 2022 and it haunted me all year

Mentions:#LINK