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Oracle projects are awakening. Don't sleep on DIA!

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For how strong LINK is in the ecosystem, any idea why it doesn't move much?

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Chainlink LINK Could Get a Boost From RWA Tokenization Hype

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Opinion about FT?

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Is Defi mostly for whales?

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I'm in LINK and I missed the huge pumps of FET and RENDER, not sure how much they'll pump again. LINK is a better project with more of a backing, more notable foundation.

Mentions:#LINK#FET

If you had to make a choice only between these two choices what would you pick: 1000 LINK or 10000 FET & 10000 RENDER

Mentions:#LINK#FET

Tough to say. It's one of those coins (including LINK, SOL and AVAX) that pumped the hardest during the BTC ETF rally. But it could just be because the coins that pumped the hardest during that rally were the coins that were shorted the most, which also happened to be the coins that had the most utility (apart from AVAX, which IMO sucks). I personally don't hold any RUNE at the moment (been buying and dumping for profit recently), but it's certainly one I'm open to buying again ... personally. NFA

Hey everyone, Please help me understand what's going on here. I've got some LINK I want to move from Coinbase to my Ledger. I didn't have a LINK wallet on Ledger yet, so I created one and sent 1 LINK to the ledger wallet. Coinbase reported my send fee was $4.85 or something like that. When I click on the transaction in Ledger Live, it says "Fee: $34.00 / 0.01153 ETH" What's the deal here? Did I pay a fee on Coinbase and also out of my ETH wallet in Ledger? [Etherscan link](https://etherscan.io/tx/0xce01d7f6ad7996a5a0186c68f3aa8a3f525f8e7bdadbddf4326a554cab53570f)

Mentions:#LINK#ETH

This was my first thought, but I guess some of those people may own a small amount from cashback or rewards schemes, or maybe they are traditional investors that only bought ETH or other large caps. I think you're right though that anyone actively investing in crypto broadly should 100% have a decent chunk of BTC. I used to be more into alts but I'm currently 40% ETH, 20% BTC, 15% MATIC 10% LINK 5% BNB, then some random bits of other stuff. Even my alts are pretty large cap these days, they just hold up better in the long run.

The people that use to advise against btc? I use to work in finance and witnessed an advisor talk someone out of 2000 btc @ $260… and then came to learn advisors really don’t no sh!t but buy and hold which has been a pretty lucky strategy for the past decade and a half. It’s really not hard to stick to coinbase split up your coins into the most respected coins BTC, ETH, ADA, LINK and sell everything at minimal risk when BTC hits 90k

FET and ACH Will roll over some profits from FET into other coins maybe. Thinking about LINK, LRC and COTI. Is anyone invested in CSPR? Was a promising project few years back

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Mentions:#LINK

With some for sure but it's still bigger gamble than just buying new coins imho. If we look at top 20, if you bought SOL, AVAX or LINK at the bottom yeah they are giving some nice returns. Everything else not so much. So still a pretty low hit ratio.

I ditched all my LTC a few months ago for a loss and moved into: AVAX, ETH, LINK, and MATIC. It was the best decision I've made in a long time.

because DOT is way below its ATH compared to tokens like LINK, AVAX

>you decided to go with a random no-name dapp with 90% of your crypto holdings ... I mean, why? It was not a random no name option, they created the first AMM which Uniswap later copied and improved. It was considered one of the safest places for passive income and the go to place to stake LINK. But things went downhill with Bancor v3. So it wasn't as obvious as it is now, crypto OGs who never got scammed in 7 years of crypto got caught by Bancor.

Mentions:#AMM#LINK

Now we have something to monitor their activities. Maybe we'll see same data on LINK, DIA, TRB, or BAND as well.

Very secure Portfolio. I would Invest in BTC and a bit in 1-3 new Projekts. BTC is a whole different Dimension than Ethereum. Ethereum is replaceable, Bitcoin is not. I suggest Chainlink. You should do some Research what LINK does.

Mentions:#BTC#LINK

FET. I would put every penny into fetch.ai. My portfolio is pretty diverse, including but not limited to LINK , MATIC , SEI, ICP and EWT. I recently sold the rest of my Dogecoin for profit at 9 cents and aped into FET at 90 cents before it found support at a dollar.

How many successful financial, investment, technology and banking companies are there? It is not just Google, Apple and Microsoft, there are millions of supporting companies. There are many companies that are bought up and consolidated. The industry is evolving, many of the new startups have a purpose, a need, a niche or they are backed by serious money or technology. This is going somewhere and 99% will not fail unless you count the millions of shitcoins that get minted and rugged pulled within days if not hours. Look at the teams, look at the partners. People and money make on-going concerns. Some are destined for the record books, some will grow up to be the next Google, Apple or Microsoft. Look at BTC and ETH. But also look at LINK etc. Be ready to change, be ready to adapt. Companies do die and you have to move on but if you change and adapt you are way to busy to waste any time on them.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#LINK

LINK is purely a technology play for me. Yes I want to make money, but the reason I hold is solely because I believe in their vision of the roadmap and the sheer potential of the tech. Have made a decent return over time, but there were several months where my investment ate shit.

Mentions:#LINK

Interesting. LINK for sure. You’re bullish on Atossa? I hold CATX - perspective therapeutics stock. Never heard of Atossa.

Mentions:#LINK

LINK will surprise many this run.

Mentions:#LINK

If you want a bigger return, do $100 here and there in a few potential huge ones like VET, KRL, IMX, smaller things that might blow up. If you want the most "guaranteed" gains (re:not at all but more likely) go top ten to top fifteen. Things like BTC, ETH, DOT, LINK, SOL, AVAX are going to be solid gainers. Not 100x. But 2-5x type of coins, especially DOT given it still has a long way to go (but also biased). Seems SOL has big hype behind it this cycle but I barely have any sadly.

You are leaving out the most important info, which is what coin you're talking about. None of us can look at the fundamentals & charts unless you tell us. If you refuse to give that info I'm going to just assume you know nothing about crypto. If that is the case, it's OK, but you should def stick with the blue chips then. $LINK, $ETH & $BTC. I would stick w/ those 3 until you have the time to learn about crypto, investing & trading. Good luck.

Mentions:#LINK#ETH#BTC

BTC, ETH, LINK easy life

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#LINK

Late to this post but the answer was and still is LINK.

Mentions:#LINK

Big Facts. Bags are packed: FET, LINK, MATIC, EWT, ICP, MATIC. It's been a wild ride.

I agree,no one has “taken” it, but AVAX + LINK is a strong contender. I haven’t ruled out that banks will try to build to keep it centralized, but I think they will NEED to be connected to crypto long term. Otherwise, everyone could shift to crypto and leave out banking altogether. I see crypto similarly to early adopter EVs. We’re going to have hybrid cars (banking + crypto) for a while before going full crypto.

Mentions:#AVAX#LINK

ADA is up almost 300% from its low this bear cycle it’s hit 2 separate all time highs in the previous two bull cycles. I do think some projects just die out, but some can still keep growing as long as they have a great team and community. Not saying ada will moon again, just using it as an example. SOL will also likely hit new ATHs, same with LINK, etc. a lot of these big projects with strong backing have mooned already on numerous occasions

Mentions:#ADA#SOL#LINK

LINK truly seems to be the one coin that absolutely does whatever it wants

Mentions:#LINK

I moved most of my stuff off Gemini like a few weeks prior, they still owe me about 6-7 SOL and at least a LINK token. Not a lot but still

Mentions:#SOL#LINK

Can LINK do something now? Please? It’s become a $20 stable coin

Mentions:#LINK

Just go have a gander, I can’t hold but I held BTC since 700$, eth since 130$, LINK from pennies. Fuck… you got me

Mentions:#BTC#LINK

What do people make of LINK treading water since reaching $20? A bit curious given all the price movement this week 

Mentions:#LINK

I don’t really add to it. Bitcoin isn’t the only investment. It diversified to include XTZ, LINK, and BTT

Mentions:#XTZ#LINK#BTT

Solana & Avalanche as competitive L1's with its medium market cap and reduced risk. RNDR for the ai-narrative LINK for smart-contracts TIA high risk. Could wait this out until the halving incase of a correction nfa

I totally get it man. I was in your position last cycle, getting in late 2020. But if I could give any advice… don’t go too deep into meme coins on chain.. it’s expensive to do anything on chain, because it cost eth I know this may not make sense to you yet but think of every on chain transaction like a business transaction. If you send $40 of SHIB on chain, change your mind and pay $3 in eth to send it off, you lost funds. Bad tx ❌ If you send 50 LINK on chain and stake it for a year, earning 2 LINK ($40), then send it off for $3 in eth fee you make a profit. Good tx ✅ Obviously it’s more complicated than that but if I were you, I’d just stack eth in that address, wait for shib to increase in price, then send it off! You’ll have made the transaction worth it ✅

Mentions:#SHIB#LINK

Here since 2107, so this is my 3rd bull and the one that will make me wealthy enough to make choices on my own terms from here on out. ~50% BTC ~40%ETH ~2% ADA -8% Alts including LINK OP ARB UNÍ MATIC I’ve also made a ton on GBTC (in since 2018) and now the new ETFs. Those speeded up my timeline a good bit ;) My COIN stock has posted good returns so far, too.

25% BTC 25% ETH 25% SOL 15% LINK 10% Microstrategy stock.

Okay cool, ADA, LINK and MATIC seem to have done alright in the past few months no? Any other coins I should move the others in to? Eyes on RNDR, AKT, IMX, INJ, TIA but curious to hear others picks

Keep LINK, it is still the narrative. Some ATOM too if you stake for airdrops.

Mentions:#LINK#ATOM

Would you move some of your ADA, DOT, MATIC, ATOM, LINK bags to the newer “narrative” alts?

AVAX is also taking the financial market: https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2024/02/14/citi-bank-tests-tokenization-of-private-equity-funds-on-avalanche/amp/ AVAX is also partnered with my favorite crypto, LINK, by being a part of CCIP.

Mentions:#AVAX#LINK

Don’t even bother, man. You said all that needs to be said with “Telefonica thinks otherwise”. Anyone who’s been in business for any amount of time knows that companies only create partnerships for ONE single reason: it benefits them financially. It’s either solving a problem that has costs, or it’s growing a new revenue channel for them. Either way, LINK is solving a problem or adding value and if they’re not charging a fee now, they will be. Don’t listen to some random person on Reddit that thinks they have more insider knowledge than a $20B+ telecommunications company. 😆

Mentions:#ONE#LINK

Seems odd to call it a smart contract fund without the oracle of oracles, LINK. I say this knowing that Grayscale has their own dedicated LINK fund.

Mentions:#LINK

yes LINK that saw its advent pump due to defi summer which has now become outdated infrastructure shilled by people (like me) who didn't sell their whole bag last cycle and want a few X's and some exit liquidity in the form of you. Fortunately I got out near the blowoff last time around, so im not stuck shilling a dead coin.

Mentions:#LINK

LINK is one of my favorite coins and I loaded up when it was between $6-$9. I've been selling on targets, but not buying enough back on the swing. It's my SUPER LONG HOLD coin now. I'm truly surprised how quickly it jumped to over $20 and has consistently stayed above ~$19 support. Hopeful to buy a bunch back at $17-18, but I'm confident it's going to jump another leg up. First world problems! I put those LINK profits into SEI at ~60¢ and that's been a beautiful beast! Another long-term hold! While I am in profit for XRP, DOGE & ATOM, I'm a little disappointed with how slowly they're farting along.

So nobody is going to mention LINK? Really guys? 😅

Mentions:#LINK

Remember kids, Alts will make you rich. 6+ years ago, /r/cryptocurrency was excited about buying **cheap alts** - Buying up all these dirt cheap altcoins.. - My DNT bags are so filled - Any suggestions for alts to pick up? - Ark, OMG, LINK, WTC are all pretty cheap compared to their ath right now. But so are most coins so dyor - Omg, neo, ubiq, vertcoin, komodo, stratis... take your pick https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/75ayv6/this_is_me_watching_people_sell_alts_at_a_loss_to/ 5 years ago, /r/cryptocurrency picked out these projects as strongest to survive: > IOTA, ICON, Vechain, Nano, NEO, BCH, DragonChain, Factom, Zilliqua...

FET and LAND are two promising tokens and are worth exploring. The Oracle space is unfortunately undervalued despite the growth and advancement happening in that space. LINK, SUPRA, and PYTH are making are are the forefront of the Oracle space and are making a difference in terms of tech

It is way too common for a "good" project to create their own arbitrary token that may or may not have any relation to the project fundamentals. As you mentioned this can often be a fundraising mechanism that doesn't really do anything for the project other than give investors fake exposure to feel like they are investing in company shares. However this doesn't mean that they aren't out there. It's somewhat hard to call Ethereum an alt at this point but the ETH coin, much like BTC, secures the whole network and is used as the gas token to pay for transactions and executing smart contract code. This coin is fundamentally tied to the use of the Ethereum blockchain and thus isn't just some random coin that is unnecessary for the use of the network. Another good example, with a different technological use case, is the LINK token on the Chainlink oracle network. Chainlink is not a blockchain like Ethereum but instead is a decentralized oracle network (DON) that allows developers to bring real world data into smart contracts in a decentralized manner. The LINK token is also used fundamentally in the system to secure the DON as well as paying for data requests to and from smart contracts. If you look hard enough there are other alts of which use coins/tokens that are fundamentally tied into the project's use case. It is, unfortunately, hard to sift through all the grift and noise to find them.

300 LINK

Mentions:#LINK

The CCIP functionality absolutely makes LINK needed. "Token not needed" has been the FUD people have been spreading without looking into the plans for the token and it's place in their an Oracle network.

Mentions:#LINK#FUD

Would you rather have 2 ETH or 300 LINK

Mentions:#ETH#LINK

The most important video I ever watched was >Youtube LINK> [THE MONEY MASTERS](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDlnM481Gcg) 3 hours and 25 minutes of basic financial information. It changed my life. As soon as I heard about Bitcoin in 2009 I was ready to try something new.

Mentions:#LINK#MONEY

#Chainlink Pro-Arguments Below is a Chainlink pro-argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea. > Chainlink is a decentralized and open source Oracle network. Sergey Nazarov and Steve Ellis developed it in 2017. Chainlink's primary function is to act as a link between smart contracts on smart contracting platforms and external data sources, allowing smart contracts to securely access off-chain data feeds. In other words, it serves as a connection point between smart contracts and off-chain environments. Its native token LINK is used as a payment token as well as a work token. LINK is a payment token used to reward Chainlink node operators for providing Oracle services. As a work token, LINK can be staked as collateral by node operators to provide oracle services. > > # PROs > > **Unique Function** > > * As mentioned in the introduction, Chainlink serves as a link between smart contracts and off-chain environments. This means that Chainlink enables smart contracts to interact with real-world data and services that exist outside of blockchain networks, broadening the use-case and future potential of smart contracts beyond crypto and into the real world. It's also a very flexible system that can be configured so that Oracle networks can be made up of any combination of node operators and data providers, with different network parameters like update frequency, fee payment amounts, and so on. Instead of trying to be the next Bitcoin or the Ethereum Killer, Chainlink thrives on it's unique utilities and functions that it just acts as another layer in blockchain technology. > > **Various Use-Cases** > > * Chainlink has one of the best use cases in both crypto and in the real world. According to their website, its use cases include DeFi, Enterprise, Insurance, NFT, and Gaming. Social Implact. as well as Climate Markets. By acting as the omni-bridge of crypto, it enables real-world data to be transferred into blockchains/networks, and vice versa by allowing blockchains/networks to send information/data into real-world events. All of this occurs while remaining decentralized, tamper-resistant, and secure. > > **Staking** > > * Chainlink also provides a staking mechanism that "adds a new layer of cryptoeconomic security," according to their website. With this feature, network users can earn rewards for increasing the security guarantees and user assurances of Oracle services by backing them up with staked LINK tokens. As a result, the Chainlink network is more secure, participants are rewarded, and they can play an important role in the network's development. > > **Support for Web3** > > * Web3 is still a bit of a buzzword these days, as not many people understand it. Through their BUILD program, Chainlink assists Web3 projects by providing them with enhanced access to Chainlink services and technical support. This will benefit Chainlink in the long run as the future is likely to bring more technological advancements, as well as up and coming Web3 projects that require Chainlink's security and reliability. > > *Sources:* > > [*https://research.chain.link/whitepaper-v2.pdf*](https://research.chain.link/whitepaper-v2.pdf) > > [*https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chainlink\_(blockchain)*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chainlink_(blockchain)) > > [*https://chain.link/use-cases*](https://chain.link/use-cases) > > [*https://chain.link/economics/staking*](https://chain.link/economics/staking) > > [*https://chain.link/economics/build-program*](https://chain.link/economics/build-program) > > [*https://consensys.github.io/blockchainSecurityDB/projects/chainlink/*](https://consensys.github.io/blockchainSecurityDB/projects/chainlink/) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Chainlink) to find submissions for other topics.

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And yet LINK is still down 78% against BTC at its ATH…

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Op is literally using USD as his reference point to the value of a USD tethered token. I would MAYBE get it if op used euros as his fiat reference point, because at least there’d be some change over time, but this just makes 0 sense. On top of that, if they excluded USDT, im pretty sure LINK was next on the list and they woulda made huge gains on it.

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The ones that have pumped the most recently like LINK, SOL, RUNE. I would say AVAX, but can't stand it.

I hold 15% of my portfolio in 5 non ETH alts, one of those (LINK) has returned 70% more than BTC this year There are many coins which have not bled against BTC, ETH being the best example, it's bled around 30% to BTC this market cycle, but is killing it on the longer timeframe for holders Always important to diversify, if every egg is in the BTC basket and smart contracts prove socially important then you're going to suffer

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LINK waiting patiently to move to the next level. Come on… do something.

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I had picked DOT and LINK to be my two alts I wanted this market. Ended up with more DOT than LINK through DCA, but I had the idea to have even numbers before any real positive movement started. I clearly missed making that up in "equal coin totals".

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LINK is back and you love to see it. It held fairly stable after its drop off for a long time but it's easily my best alt pickup during the bear so far.

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BTC ETH SOL AVAX MATIC ADA LINK I was saying stacks but that train might be done moving

LINK has been crushing it, but DOT....wtf. I got an average of around $6.05, but damn...

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The single best tip anyone can give you right now is to set up a DCA strategy and take regular profits. I'd diversify a portfolio into something like: +50% in BTC & ETH up to 50% in proven large caps like LINK, INJ, SOL, etc up to 20% in small caps, something like under top 100 up to 5% in micro caps, looking for moonshots. In terms of niches, diversification is also important! I am personally very bullish on oracles and DePINs. Weaver Labs haven't been listed and might be a good time to look into it if looking into small caps. If you have the time and drive, looking for airdrops to farm can also be a profitable venture.

Chainlink LINK is legitimate - [Amazon AWS](https://aws.amazon.com/solutions/partners/chainlink-node/)

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I think LINK is at a huge discount under $20 and will probably make a big move soon. it has always marched to a beat of a different drum regarding BTC price action

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60% BTC, 30% ETH, 9% LINK and 1% AR(weave)

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Hmm.. not financial advice and I can share what I’m doing: I’m currently keeping 50:50 ETH: BTC with fractions of Alts like LINK. My aim is to keep BTC long term for my pension, kids or grandkids (depending on how much it grows).. And to sell 70%-80% of alts including ETH this bull cycle.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#LINK

Pray for ADA. I've got some. Luckily my avg buy price is like $1.02. I spent like 1/5 (USD) of what I spent on ADA buying LINK when it fell to $6. LINK bag is now like 30% bigger than my ADA bag. It's probably not going back to ath imo. I don't think Hoskinson is a fraud or the chain is a scam, but other chains do what it wants to do *right now* and cost less to use. They had a big Africa push but more people there use Tron for everyday stuff. Cardano still doesn't even have a stablecoin that can hold it's peg. When it gets where it wants to go, it's just going to be a bog standard blockchain circa 2021.

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I'll probably ride the wave on BTC and ETH. I came in and 2020, bought the big 2 and some alts and my big take away in 2023 was that *you gotta buy some stuff for the point of dumping it*. If you buy all this stuff as like long term hodls, you'll ride it down 80%+. I don't know what to tell someone now about an exit strategy when so much stuff is pumping. But when SOL was $8, LINK was $5, AVAX was $10, etc... I figured I'd found the ideal stuff to buy for the point of dumping.

Do you like to spread it or do you concentrate your positions? :P I limit myself to 7 different coins. BTC, ETH, SOL, LINK, TRX, RNDR, KAS

LINK seems like a guarantee this bull. Easy 3x this go around.

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LINK is going to fly past the moon next bullrun

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i have hope for kaspa, but still putting more money into the OG‘s like LINK, ATOM & MATIC

Really curious hwo LINK and ENS will perform in the future. Not my biggest cryptoinvestment (That's ETH) but i have high hopes for them.

Mentions:#LINK#ENS#ETH

Not bad. I think LINK will easily outperform ADA this cycle

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LINK leads the market

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LINK looking hungry again.....could be a good sign.

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ETH and LINK-y

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Yeah, once LINK is in that spot

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LINK, DOT, SOL, ETH (alt?), IMX. LINK has been outperforming and moving right along BTC. That and SOL I see as being huge movers in the bull. SOL to $500, LINK to $80 is what I'd guess.