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 No.236959[Last 50 Posts]

Is cryptocurrency a way to get neetbux?

tomorrow i am gonna open up a bank account and invest my 2k savings into cryptocurrency and see how much i make

/biz/ seems to be making profits by investing in crypto-currency

http://boards.4channel.org/biz/

mostly every thread is about crypto currency

 No.236960

I would recommend index stocks instead (as i've heard crypto is a bubble waiting to burst), but don't buy high - buy low… I'm pretty sure crypto is high rn so better to wait for a crash.

 No.236961

> crypto is a bubble waiting to burst

that's only if you invest for the long term and you don't keep an eye on your investment

 No.236962

The halving is coming in May 2020, so you're at the right time to invest

Also stay away from /biz/ if you want to make money. There is a lot misinformation and tons of PnD coins that get posted there. The only worthwhile advice was to invest in Chainlink.

 No.236963

youd make more money just investing into yourself, ie buying equipment to make and sell stuff online. even fucking charcoal, stylized as bio-char, is sold for asstronomical amounts on hipster websites. people sell fucking round rocks. pine needles and cones. american middle-upper class succubi have an endless pocket full of money they are ready to throw at fucking anything

 No.236964

>>236963

>make money by doing nothing

>making money by having to work and sell shit to normies

i'll choose the former

 No.236965

>>236963

you have to buy all that crap and there is no guarantee you will sell it(as a socially inept person). socially inept people don't make good salesmen

 No.236967

>>236964
you need money to even start investing. you can't just do nothing your whoel life and invest that nothing. so you were already working for a normalfag to reach this point. unless you have bux or something

>>236965
i just listed some of the dumbest shit you don't even have to buy equipment for. you don't need social skills to open an online store either. crypto is also not a guaranteed profit

 No.236969

Well, I invested 1200 euro in monero back when monero costed 50 euros.
Now monero costs 80 euros.

I could sell it and could buy the chainlink thing

 No.236970

>>236967

>you need money to even start investing. you can't just do nothing your whoel life and invest that nothing


you get a job from one of your family members or something. i don't even try to find work and i end up getting a job eventually

you can donate blood and make money that way if you can't find work. invest the money you make from donating blood

 No.236971

>>236967

initially you will have to do something but when you enough money you won't have to do shit

 No.236972

>>236971

you have enough*

 No.236973

>>236970
>you get a job from one of your family members or something

Every job I got, I got this way.

 No.236974

>>236973

me too which is why i am investing my money i made from previous jobs into crypto-currency

too socially inept to find work

 No.236976

i have never filled out a job application successfully. i hate them.
all my jobs were given to me by my aunt who has connections
currently i am a neet. i got laid off of all of them. when you're a socially inept employee employers don't see any benefit in keeping you

 No.236977

>>236976
It applies to some people.
Me, if I was employer, I would see you valuable if you did not talk and rather worked properly ;D

You can get kicked for other reasons too. Like, I got kicked because some 48 year old boomer hated the fact that I got comfy job in office, and his 2 year old younger son did not.

 No.236978

>>236977
>Me, if I was employer, I would see you valuable if you did not talk and rather worked properly ;D
Lol, what kind of worthless platitude is this?

 No.236979

>>236977

>Me, if I was employer, I would see you valuable if you did not talk and rather worked properly ;D



this only applies if you're in a job that doesn't require social contact. most jobs require social contact;therefore, being a socially inept person is not a benefit

 No.236981

>>236978
Sorry that I sounded like some enslaving jew. I did not ment it.
I only wanted to say I value different things in people, but in the end, I sounded like an asshole.

>>236979
I'm aware of it.

 No.236984

>>236959
>direct linking to 4chan
fuck off

 No.236986

>>236984

/biz/ and /trash/ are very wizardly boards though

 No.236987

>>236986
>a business board
>and a shitty /b/ that is all about sex and ERP
>wizardly
In what fucking way?

 No.236988

>>236987

with the exception of the kpop threads, /trash/ is identifical to the /b/ of wizchan. they post furry and gay shit all day

 No.236989

>>236987

>business board


it's a crypto currency neet board. no one owns there business on there

 No.236990

>>236989

their*

 No.236991

>>236988
And /b/ is the absolute worst board on this site. It's so bad it's not even included in /all/. So what's your point?

>>236989
You don't need to own a business to partake in business.

 No.236992

>>236991

no one owns a business or does businessman things on there

it's mostly a cryptocurrency/finance board.

 No.236993

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>>236986
>/biz/ is a very wizardly board

 No.236994

>>236992
>cryptocurrency/finance board.
That is business you dense fucker.

 No.236995

those threads are probably run by the funny money pimps themselves to bilk gullible people like you, same way that all those health food magazines are run by people with investments in tumeric and similar junk

 No.237042

You still can earn money on crypto, there are some coins that are being pumped 50% of their worth during one month. My dream is writing AI bot/strategy for predicting future prices - based on sentiment analysis or pure time series. Market is one of the only things I care about

 No.237107

>>236993
Wanting to get rich or at least self sufficient by trading so that you don't need to wageslave is pretty wizard-compatible.

 No.237110

>>237107
very few people day trade for a living for a reason, it's not for middle class or low income people

 No.237137

you kinda missed the boat by a few years at least

 No.237158

>>236959
>go allll the way onto wizchan
>people are shilling bitcoin there

I don't have time to play around with ponzi schemes and such OP. I may be a retard but I'm hard to manipulate.

>>236984
Indeed you people should remember to SAGE.

>>236986
Be more of a kike.

 No.237212

A new bubble cycle is probably beginning now. I've been trading shitcoins since 2012 and currently am almost all in monero

 No.237308

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made 33 dollars in profit from chainlink

 No.237309

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>>237308

41 now

500 doesn't count because that's the amount i invested

 No.237310

>>237309
Can you fill me in on chainlink please?

Does it have utility beyond speculation?

 No.237311

>>237310


i have no idea tbh. i just started getting into crypto a week ago

 No.237313

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easiest 51 dollars i ever made

 No.237315

>>237313
>$50
With a little diligence you can find $50 in the ditch, or just sit down in the right place and norps will give you that amount in a day. might as well hold in case they reach >$100.

 No.237317

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>>237315

it's a lot for me since i am a socially retarded neet who has never made that much in single day

 No.237356

>>237110

they don't day trade because they don't have the time and money.
normies who live paycheck to paycheck have no money to buy cryptocurrency

i would trade by the week instead of the day

make like 300 dollars within a week's time

 No.237431

>>237310
>>237308
If you can' see that chainlink is a horrendous choice you should stay the fuck away from all of this

99% of "cryptos" are scams designed to take money from idiot gamblers

 No.237485

I don't think cryptocurrency investments count as NEETbux. It's like saying you're a NEET who's playing the stock markets or selling real estate or regularly participating in high stakes poker matches. The fact is if you're generating your own cash from even a passive activity like investing, you're self employed.
The classification of NEET in regards to those who receive money is only appropriate for welfare or disability recipients, those who live with parents, or with a trustfund.
I guess if you earned so much money from your initial investment that you never have to invest again then you're finally NEET but as long as those investments are active I refuse to share a label with you money makers.

 No.237487


 No.237489

>>237485

i think neetbux is any money not made through wage slavery

 No.237490

or by working in general*

 No.237493

I made $700k usd from crypto and guess what? you literally can't keep any of it while being unemployed or if you have less than a 100k a year a job

This shit was rigged from the start that even if you DO make it you need to spend it all in a few months which defeats the entire purpose of a comfy neet retirement.

You either basically hold it forever in your portfolio and get fucked or cash it out and get taxed 20-30% of your total sum yearly by the govt. So if I were to cash out the govt would take 210k of my 700k for no fucking reason or just send me to jail.

Just forget crypto unless you plan to become a tax evading drug lord since it's the only thing you can buy reliably with crypto.

 No.237495

>>237493
you still have half a million dollars. Stop with the humble brag disguised as a complaint buckaroo

 No.237514

>>237493
Maybe you could have used decentralized exchanges to trade.Such as localmonero or bisq. It would be harder to tax it that way.

and if you really had 700K, even after taxes, would not it be enough to survive for tens of years?

 No.237518

>>237493

That isn't how it works. Not in the US, at least. You pay a capital gains tax on the crypto only once. You don't get taxed 30% every year if it just sits in your bank. It is called an income and capital gains tax for a reason. If you are a millionaire who earned $0 during the year you pay nothing in taxes. You will have to pay if the money is in a savings account and gains interest. Even then, it is just the interest that is taxed.

I really hope you haven't been giving the government 30% of your bank balance every year…

 No.237523

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If my investment once again reaches its all time high, I will have more than $300,000 worth of crypto.

I trust this project, since they're partnered with Cisco and a lot of other big companies. The (((CEO))) is also a Jewish genius

 No.237524

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 No.237530

Most of these 'coins' seem scammy now. Bitcoin seems fine, even litecoin. But I don't think it's worth it to diversify and put money into a ton of baskets here. Unless you're only doing like $10..

 No.237574

>>237493
20-30% is fine, in my country i would have to pay like 50%.
Seriously consider paying tax normally because you end up fucked after a few years of evading tax. I guess youre likely already in that position like me.

>>237518
You're meant to pay your gains each year. So if you didnt pay for several years in which you had big gains, going back in time you could have evaded multiple rounds of compounding capital gains.

 No.237612

>>236970
>money you make from donating blood
true business wiz right here

 No.237614

>>237576
It's honestly criminal that capital gains are not taxed at a higher rate. You literally make money by doing nothing except exploiting other people who are actually working and producing something via something we call finance (usury).

 No.237615

>>237576
Well if you make even one trade per year, like from one shitcoin to another, you lock in your gains for that year

 No.237623

>>237614
I see someone doesn't understand how basic economics or finance works.

 No.237624

I would recommend buying Chainlink, it's the best cryptocurrency with the highest potential.

 No.237631

>>237624
I bought chainlink.
I also bought 50000 LCX because thats what one guy on /biz told me to do

 No.237785

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i am gonna become rich, the bull is starting

 No.237802

>>237311
So i hope you know you're just gambling like a retard

>>237212
Yes Monero and BTC are the only coins that arent scams

 No.237826

>>237785
Nice, you're definitely gonna make it with that Chainlink.

 No.238275

>>237431
>If you can' see that chainlink is a horrendous choice you should stay the fuck away from all of this

i cannot stress how much truth there is to this. chainlink wasn't designed by scammers, but was designed by people incompetent in tech.
the end purpose of its shill campaign (likely independent of the naive founders) however, is nothing more than scamming midwit neets out of their last bucks.
do not fall for the shill. you will lose your money sooner or later.

 No.243145

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chainlink has a weekly pattern where you can predict the future week by looking at the previous week

this is how i've been swing trading

 No.243159

>>243145
Seems like a lot of risk for 3-5% return.

 No.243160

what's all this high iq shit wizzies, you're scaring me.

 No.243163

Say what you want about Chainlink but it at least kept me from losing it all during the past few crashes

 No.243167

It's the same one guy here that keep spreading Chainlink propaganda? absolutely disgusting

 No.243370

>>236994
No it isn't, it's gambling. Gambling isn't a business unless you're the one setting the bets.

>>236995
/biz/ is entirely idiots and scammers. The scammers push whatever pump and dump they're doing this week. Since E-mail spam is dead this is the new avenue, convince college kids to give you their student loans instead of adults their savings.

>>237042
You don't need a bot to predict it. Some MIT guys did the same thing with spam. They noticed the general style of spam which successful stocks had each week then the moment they got the first spam they invested. Made a decent profit off of it until the FBI rounded up all the spammers they knew had big enough networks to work. Those scammers were trading in millions a week not a few hundred bucks though.

 No.247387

>>243370
It's not gambling, it's predicting trends. If you know how to do it you can reliably make money. It's not like you're relying on blind chance, there is actual research that you can do to increase the accuracy of your predictions.

 No.247388

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Have any wizzies looked into this?
>Earn 6.25% on ETH, DAI and USDC with DeFi Money Market (DMM) all backed by real world income generating assets viewable on-chain.

1. DAI, USDC, or ETH are deposited in exchange for DMM mTokens.

2. The deposited DAI, USDC, and ETH are used to acquire real-world, income producing assets, all viewable on chain

3. The assets pay out interest, which is returned to the DMM Ecosystem.

4. DMM mTokens are freely swapped back for the original DAI/USDC/ETH deposited plus interest accrued.
https://defimoneymarket.com/

 No.248236

Chainlink is at $8 now!

 No.248244

>>248236
Don't remind me
I bought 500 at $0.14/pc back in 2017 but lost my credentials

 No.248249

>>248244
Sorry to hear that, wizzie.

 No.248251

>>248236
I just dumped $150 into it, now have 221 link. I'll just be buying it regardless of price from now on. Every time I wait for it to go down it goes up 12%.

 No.248253

I made $20k on options, started trading again the friday before the wu flu crash. I started with $1350. Mostly I've made money with debit spreads on DOW. I mistook this company Dow inc for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, still trade it cause I find it predictable. I used to get $800+/mo autismbux but now I'm too rich for it. At the end of this month I will have between $3000 and $50,000. I mildly regret not quitting while ahead at $20k, but I've emotionally adapted to this and can handle losing it all. My stocks and options are worth only $9600 right now but I've had a few of these collapses right before multiplying my money. I'll probably get a job or start a business if I crash to $3k.
If I get at least $30k I'll probably buy some cheap land soon in Oregon or Idaho and ranch sheep and chickens. I've mentioned in the crawl thread I've bought a cheap old pickup and learned to drive.

>>248236
Fuck me! I might FOMO in.

 No.248264

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Chainlink is literally a scam. If you hold it now you're going to be destroyed.

Unlike legitimate cryptocurrencies, the tokens were distributed entirely via scammery, see pic related. The point of cryptocurrency is decentralisation but the "Chainlink LTD" is now holding tokens worth almost a billion dollars. Even the token sale generated more money. It's just a cashgrab; you must be shitbrained to buy something with such a ridiculous method of distribution. The company can completely annihilate the price at any moment.

 No.248266

>>248264
The company can manipulate the price to go up since they hold all the coins. Doesn't mean anything at all about genuine utility, adoption or popularity - it's just a trick to make idiots buy them at an absurdly inflated price

 No.248301

>>248264
Even if it's a scam it's still possible to make out like a bandit. If it's not a scam it's a good shot at retiring early.

 No.248309

>>248264
I don't know much about crypto but I know someone who put a fair amount of money into chainlink and his money doubled in 6 months. Why should he sell now?

 No.248329

>>248301
>>248309
It is gambling on something that you know is ridiculously overpriced and technically unsound. The logical way to trade volatile financial assets is to buy things that have low risk and haven't risen even to fair value yet, not buy overhyped high risk things that are ripe to crash and take 90% of your money.

 No.248330

>>248309
If you win on a roulette wheel you would just bet it all again and lose it all? Not securing profit is stupid

 No.250080

>>236959
Please fucking don't.
>>236960
Please don't.

READ, READ, READ. There's so much to learn in finance. Just look for different things and just LEARN.

Bitcoin/Crypto, options, forex, blue chip stocks, and more.

Remember this: Ride hype. News is a HUGE factor but don't trade on it. You kinda just ride waves.

Just - there's so much. You're blind right now.

 No.250086

>>236959
Buy Chainlink it's the best Cryptocurrency.
I've got a bout 2.2k which is worth 16 thousand USD now.
Used to have 10k but I had to sell a lot of reasons.

Chainlink will go to $1000 in a few years so if you can at least get 1k links that's a million dollars. More than enough for a wizard to live off on.

 No.250087

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 No.250088

>>250086
I'm putting my money in RIGHT NOW AS WE SPEAK
It just works!

 No.250124

Caution: This thread is full of shills from /biz/ who have no interest in this site outside of shilling for their cryptocurrency of choice. They want to pump up the price by hyping it up on every site that lets them, FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) you into buying, sell, and leave you holding the bags.

Not only is crypto is a zero sum game, but the odds are AGAINST you as a small investor. The only people who have better than 50/50 odds are the whales, people who have very large shares of the market who have the ability to manipulate market prices. Everyone else is gambling with worse than 50/50 odds.

/biz/ has no shortage of people claiming to make shit loads of money on crypto, but most of them are larpers. Some lie just for replies, but some are far more sinister, and claim to make loads of money to artificially increase buyer confidence in crypto in order to make it easier to shill.

I don't give a fuck about shills from 4chan conning normalfags out of their money, but it legitimately enrages me seeing outsider biz shills who look at wizards as easy targets to exploit for their pump and dump schemes.

Hell, OP's post even directly links for 4chan's biz and several shills here have posted pepe and wojak memes (which have since been deleted) because the shills don't even know the rules, much less understand the culture of this site.

 No.250125

>>250124
I thought /biz/ actively discouraged people on other websites from buying Chainlink. The rationale was that they wanted more time to amass Link before the price shot up.

They've now switched strategies and want normans to buy?

 No.250126


 No.250127

>>250124
Remember how they ended up once. Buying crypto is buying something more subtle than smoke:

This was /biz/: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkX2NAKFM5Q

 No.250182

>>250124
lol you could have bought something just a few months ago and doubled your money but instead you want to whine because you missed out

 No.250300

>>236967
> you don't need social skills to open an online store either
You do need skills to market it properly however. The difficulty is in generating traffic and getting attention. If you have lots of pageviews you can sell anything, but if you are some schizo neet who just creates an online shop and lists pinecones for sale it’s unlikely you will make any money.

 No.250305

>>250182
Like what? Show examples

 No.250306

>>250300
Why can't a NEET run an online store successfully?

 No.250340

>>250306
He explained why. Are you daft?

 No.250377

>>250340
Am i what? How about you use language properly, before criticising someone

 No.250410

>>250305
Chainlink
Ethereum

 No.250438

>>250410
Show how Chainlink will see massive gains in the next year and how it is useful technology at all, without linking any youtube shill videos

 No.250454

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>>250438
how can you bother even asking about it after seeing this pic?
It's the scammiest distribution of coins I have ever seen.
Real cryptocurrencies have things like mining, staking etc to fairly distribute the supply. Here you just have "Chainlink Ltd" with full control, making profit at every step, ready to collapse the price whenever they want.
It shits on the very foundation of cryptocurrency: that it should be a decentralised system

 No.250470

I've been investing in crypto since 2017, have about 10k USD/28 Eth. /biz/ got me into it, I fell for some memecoins(buy X it's going to the moon!!!), but, none of those did anything at all, for months to years.

I can look back at charts and see coins that were hyped at the time gaining little or losing value.

As I spent less and less time on imageboards I realized just how much poison these places are. The only reason I stuck around was because it was familiar, I believed that people posting on wizchan/4chan were 'like me.'

That's why I still come back from time to time, and I'm shocked at the level of ignorance in every post. If you want good in your life, you can't just hope that money will solve your problems, you need to get the poison out of your system. Daily intake of imageboards is 90%+ poison, the 'quality content' are posts like mine, warning you away from indulging in vapid, uninformed content typed out by people who value death, complacency, and stagnation over anything good in life.

Wizchan fights to preserve a castle of despair. Never forget that. The real investment is in leaving here, and stop trying to find a magic bullet. 'Getting into crypto' won't save you, having a budget will.

 No.250471

>>250470
late bloomer crab

 No.250472

>the 'quality content' are posts like mine
What is it about self improvement faggotry that makes one become a self-aggrandizing douche? You'd expect this behaviour to gradually peter out as one 'improves' yet it almost never happens.

 No.250590

>>250454
You sound like a GNUtard raving about how someone shouldn't be using proprietary software because it goes against the philosophy of what software should be according to one recognizable weirdo; even when the GNU alternatives are inferior in all regards.

Crypto is about making a profit for most people, not about being some anarcho dork undermining the system with decentralized currency that can't be traced when Mr. hacker orders goods from lsdandpizza.onion. Many people have bought Chainlink low and sold high and are doing much better financially now. It went from $0.10 to $9.00 in a few years. Evidently it's been a good investment since inception and there are many reasons to believe it will continue to rise.

>mining, staking etc to fairly distribute the supply.

Needing a multi-thousand dollar PC to mine yourself or make less than the additional electricity costs when group mining is hardly accessible to be considered fair. Decentralized or not, there will always be people stomping on the lower-end users for profit. How many computer viruses have been distributed to kids around the world under the guise of being for crypto miners, and how many grandmas have intercepted malware that uses their computer to mine for some pajeet? Probably at least 11.

 No.250622

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Chainlink is the only way for a wizard to escape the system.

 No.250625

>>250590
It has nothing to do with moral principles and philosophy. It's the basic concept of Fundamental Analysis as applied to any form of investment. It's simple logic that you want to bet your money on good projects, not scams.

Some scams will rise to a high value too, like Chainlink, but there was absolutely no way to distinguish it from the other scams in the beginning when it was low, because it was just now scam out of thousands. Further, buying a scam when it is already worth billions is absolutely irrational, since the price it could fall 99% when you wake up one day.

Some people do well by gambling but it's just luck. If you want to play the game properly and have better odds then you can try looking for legitimate projects, although that has basically only been BTC, Monero and ETH so far

 No.250626

>>250625
*just one scam out of thousands

 No.250627

>>250625
It's also much less likely to even have the chance to buy in low to these scams where coins werent distributed properly, because the scammers werent selling many coins in the beginning; that artificially controlled scarcity is how they make the price rise

 No.250675

>>250625
How is Chainlink a scam?
You know companies like Oracle, Docusign, google, Tmobile say they are using Chainlink.
No other crypto has that kind of adoption from major companies.

 No.250680

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 No.250681

>>250675
Just keep in mind that it's still in the speculation phase. So it's liable to crash hard once it starts actually getting implemented. Funfair did that.

 No.250719

>>250680
You keep posting this but that doesn't change the fact Oracle, Docusign, google, Tmobile, and many other companies are using Chainlink.
They are giving out those LINKs to further incentivize the network.

>>250681
When it's not in speculation phase it will be too late to buy since the price would have sky rocket.

I want other wizards to live a life without waging so you guys should buy. Otherwise I'll be the only wizard that will have a comfy life.

 No.250720

>>250719
There's no reason to believe that it will skyrocket. Speculation usually inflates price, it doesn't deflate price.

 No.250721

>>250720
Well Tesla is a $1500 stock and that company is not even profitable. Wallstreet and Normies buy that shit up.

What I'm trying to say is Chainlink is still under the radar and it has a lot of companies that plan on using it. it's going up like crazy right now after all.
Once the speculation phase is over and chainlink is established, normies will start getting in and the price will be too expensive for other wizards to buy.

 No.250746

>>250719
>You keep posting this but that doesn't change the fact Oracle, Docusign, google, Tmobile, and many other companies are using Chainlink.
go ahead and post a link token transaction made by google.
i'm waiting.

 No.250752

>>250719
>You keep posting this but that doesn't change the fact Oracle, Docusign, google, Tmobile, and many other companies are using Chainlink.
Even if that's true it doesn't matter at all in any case. Usage doesn't equate to investment, and no amount of usage would be counteract the fact that a supply of shitty digital tokens controlled by a business is a stupid "investment". It's valued at 3.5 BILLION USD right now, way overvalued even compared to many real successful businesses

 No.250777

>>250625
>there was absolutely no way to distinguish it from the other scams in the beginning when it was low
thats not true, it was very easy to spot where this is going if you put a bit thought and time into it.

Like the first thing you would have researched was the Whitepaper, when reading it you would have realized fast it was written by actual academics and you would understand the problem they are solving.
Next thing you would notice that they had insane connections right from the beginning:
Like the World Economic Forum or SWIFT which doesnt shill scams or associates with them.
Then you would have headed to youtube to watch a bunch of Sergey Nazarov presentations, listening to him for a couple minutes you would notice hes legit and not some fat conman.

at that point you would have also realized that this is by far the most developed and thought out solution to the Oracle Problem.
thats how it went for me, and when I figured all of that out which took me around 2/3 hours I grabbed all my fiat funny money that I saved over the years and ran to the fucking bank to deposit it and to buy it as fast as I could. I kept researching it and looking into it and never sold and today I'm still holding.

>>250752
>It's valued at 3.5 BILLION USD right now, way overvalued
Chainlink is a very important piece of the Internet 3.0, its like owning shares in http or TCP/IP and everytime someone uses the protocol you get paid.
3.5 Billion is nothing if you put that into perspective and consider the internet wont stop growing

 No.250778

>>250777
Watch out guys, we have a genius over here that predicts speculation.

 No.250782

>>250778
kinda funny how that all went down. couple years ago I just some minimum wage worker slaving away in some shitjob going nowhere and now I'm a "genius".

It really wasnt that hard to predict that chainlink will rise, like all the things I mentioned set it apart from all the other garbage in crypto and that was already enough to see the potential.
I know you are probably sad that you missed it but thats not true, you didnt miss it and its still early enough to get in and to make some money.
even if you have to hold for 5 or even 10 years, still beats wagecucking for 40.

 No.250783

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>>250782
Chainlink is basically a shitcoin at this point. To even 2x on it at this point, it would need another 3.5 billion added to the marketcap.

You bought LINK because you basically saw a funny meme on 4chan and that is it.

 No.250784

>>250783
>it would need another 3.5 billion added to the marketcap.
and that will eventually happen and even at 6 billion its nowhere near done as this will become a trillion dollar market.
there is more money in this than you could possibly imagine.
>You bought LINK because you basically saw a funny meme on 4chan
no I bought because I did the research and saw whats about to happen, read here >>250777

 No.250785

>>250782
You are trying to manipulate me and that makes me suspicious.

 No.250787

>>250785
I'm not trying to manipulate you, just trying to educate fellow wizards about Chainlink and talk a bit about my experiences.
its sad too see how many people here are fudding it. Wizards deserve to know about Chainlink and its potential to free them from wagecucking.
I dont expect you to trust me or believe me but please do your own research.
you could start here
https://youtu.be/ufVyX7JDCgg

 No.250814

>>250777
>Chainlink is a very important piece of the Internet 3.0, its like owning shares in http or TCP/IP and everytime someone uses the protocol you get paid.
No, that sort of thing can only happen with a decentralised protocol like a cryptocurrency, not a company's centralized token.

The valuation looks like billions now just because they hold all the tokens and sell a couple at a ridiculous price. If I print my own shitcoin with a trillion coins, then sell one token for $1, that would let me say the shitcoin is valued at $1 trillion dollars. That's exactly the situation with chainlink since the coins were never distributed in a fair way

 No.250826

>>250787
>fellow wizards
Who do you think you're fooling? We all know you're a /biz/ shill with zero interest in this site beyond shilling for your flavor of the month shitcoin.
>>250785
Of course he's trying to manipulate you, that's what all the /biz/ shills do. Trying to FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) others into buying their shitcoin in order to artificially pump up the price so they can sell at a profit leaving the suckers who were FOMO'd into buying it holding the bags is a well known tactic in the /biz/ shill playbook.

 No.251109

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>>250814
You should educate yourself about the decentralized oracle network and the oracle problem.
chainlink is the only ones in the entire industry that solves this issue and everyone from banks to corporations agreed that this is the oracle standard now. thats why its so much worth.
its not just some random shitcoin.

>>250826
>with zero interest in this site
I been here since the old wizardchan days and I made the wageslave general thread a tradition that keeps up to this day. I'm the reason why the OP picture of that general is always from the Sopranos show (I originally used a Paulie Walnuts pic), do you even remember? where you around at that time?

then in 2016 I lost my job and ended up NEET and on gibs, couldnt really post in that thread anymore and bigger problems were lurking around the corner.
months later eventually some anon suggested me to learn about crypto because its a way to make money without having to interact with normalfags or going outside.
so why I am here telling you about chainlink?
wizchan and wizardchan where here for me when I was at the bottom and I wanted to give something back.

so please do your own research, read the whitepaper, watch the presentations and read their blogposts on chain.link
good luck

 No.251112

>>251109
W-wow…just comes on here and out of the goodness of his heart, as a fellow sufferer on Wizchan, gives us a helpful scoop on "Chainlink" aka an investment which you needed to buy shitloads of at the groundfloor debut YEARS ago when it was worth pennies in order for it to be worthwhile. It's just a hundred dollar bill on the street you're being kind enough to tell us about!

 No.251113

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>>248244
nice got most of them back

 No.251118

>>251109
LMAO this is like straight out of some pyramid scheme example.

'you can do it too guys, i got rich by gambling on this scheme, now that it's ready to collapse you should buy from me'

 No.251122

>>251109
And how do you expect us to trust you from this? How much have you made from crypto and are you willing to train any wizzies here? Or you just want us to buy in to LINK?

 No.251146

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>>251112
>just comes on here and out of the goodness of his heart
yes why not?

>an investment which you needed to buy shitloads of at the groundfloor

its still at the groundfloor
>It's just a hundred dollar bill on the street
I was talking about it here when it was a penny and just a dollar and I will continue talking about it because the opportunity is NOT gone.
with chainlink its like you are betting that the internet will continue to grow in the years to come so why bet against that?
>>251113
nice!
>>251118
>you can do it too
why cant you? I dont see why not. its all there you just have to read.
>gambling on this scheme
Its not a scheme, its a new technology. Its the trust layer of the internet that guarantees secure inputs and outputs, interoperability between blockchains and legacy systems, hundreds of smart contract usecases all going through this oracle network and you can have a stake in that.
>now that it's ready to collapse
its not collapsing, it only serves a handful of DeFi projects so far and there is plenty room for growth. the World Economic Forum estimates that 10% of the GDP will be in Blockchain technology by 2027. all of that value will go through the chainlink network.
http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GAC15_Technological_Tipping_Points_report_2015.pdf
see under "Shift 16"
>you should buy from me
I'm not selling and I dont plan to until it has unleashed all of its potential.

>>251122
>And how do you expect us to trust you from this?
if you dont believe me do your own research.
>How much have you made from crypto
I'm 10k% up on my initial investment, I invested around 9k dollars and that was my life savings.
>are you willing to train any wizzies here?
what do you want to know?
>Or you just want us to buy in to LINK?
Chainlink is the safest bet in the crypto market and imo its the first thing you should learn about in that space so everything else starts to make sense.

 No.251147

>>251146
Do you think it'll dip back below $10? I keep waiting for it to go down, but it only goes up. I was thinking there might be a sell off this month or next by impatient people new to Link who had expected it to make them rich overnight.

I have $100 of my autismbux to risk with this month.

 No.251148

>>251113
Glad to hear it.

 No.251149

>>251146
>why cant you? I dont see why not. its all there you just have to read.
I did, I've been in cryptocurrency since 2012, but people like you absolutely sicken me and discredit the whole system by preying on noobs.

>>251147
The crypto market is extremely volatile and the most important thing is to buy things when they are low, not to buy something new with terrible fundamentals AFTER it has already risen enormously. Everything will go through bubble cycles where it eventually crashes 80% or more, so buying LINK now after it just had an enormous parabolic move is beyond stupid

 No.251151

>>251149
Thanks.

 No.251197

>>251147
>Do you think it'll dip back below $10?
sure why not, crypto market is very volatile and even a flash crash is possible so spread out your buy orders.
for next 2 weeks I think it will continue to pump and the dump will happen depending on what happens during the Smart Contract Summit in 2 weeks.

>>251149
>I did, I've been in cryptocurrency since 2012
and I'm in since 2017, its not a coincidence or luck that I outperformed you.
>people like you absolutely sicken me
you mean people that actually do their research? truly sickening.
>with terrible fundamentals
chainlink has the best fundamentals in the entire market and you are clearly completely clueless about it.
I'd recommend you reading up on it instead of wasting your time and spreading lies about it.

why are you so mad anyway? technically you didnt miss it, there is still time to buy.
sure maybe you have to wait a bit for the real gains but its worth it, better retire in 5 - 10 years instead of wagecucking 40.

 No.251199

>>251197
It's not an ego competition. Not sure why you think you've outperformed me.

It's completely natural for 2017 noobs to get lucky and think they're gods, so they go around telling everyone that they have a crystal ball and know what to do. Every cycle there are people like you - usually very rapidly go poor to rich to poor again, then are left holding some dead shitcoin for years. So many things have been top 10 coins only to disappear and leave a trail of rekt people.

If you're not conservative and risk-averse after such an extreme parabolic rise, there is basically zero chance that you can survive long-term.

Considering all your scammy advertising on this site, someone has to be a counterpoint in the hope that it stops you from scamming a few less people.

 No.251201

buy $ZEC

 No.251204

>>251199
>So many things have been top 10 coins only to disappear and leave a trail of rekt people.
Tell me about it, I was into crypto from 2013 to 2018 and I saw countless shitcoins rise and fall. For every one of them there were always a group of extremely dedicated shills insisting that their shitcoin was going to be a game changer and guaranteed to skyrocket in an attempt to FOMO suckers into buying. They always posted info-graphics and used a bunch of fancy sounding technical terms and buzzwords in an attempt to sound like they're a credible authority when in reality they're almost as clueless as the people they're trying to dupe. In other words, exactly like what this chainlink shill is doing ITT.

 No.251236

>>251197
Thanks for the reply.

 No.251260

>>251199
>scammy
you didnt do the research and you fell for entry level fud. you need to read up on it.
>>251204
chainlink is different, I already explained in previous posts why. read up on it and do your own research.

>>251236
no problem friend
godspeed

 No.251261

Increased my position to 330 link. Probably going to stop accumulating around 400 and put it in a hardware wallet for a couple of years. I have no appetite for the next few boom and bust cycles since staking isn't rolling out quite yet and we're in speculative bubbles.

 No.251267

>>236962
I remember that guy who kept shilling chainlink for a very long time
Nobody really believed in it and I wonder if he already has bought his own island somewhere

BTW
can someone explain to me what chainlink is all about?
I was on their website but that is so abstract I have no idea what an API is or whatever they talk about
Are they a bourse or what?


>>237493
move to a place where there is no wealth tax
most countries don't have a wealth tax
and for the capital gains tax, just sell your coins in some jurisdiction that has no capital gains tax

 No.251268

>>248264
I wonder why it is so hard to create something like bitcoin just better
I mean this Nakamoto guy did it too. He did not go on some forums to beg for funding so he could do his project. He just programmed it in his free time and it works

He did not need 350 Million USD to create some software product. Why do these goons need it then?

I feel like anything with infinite supply and with begging for money involved should be treated as scam / shitcoin until proven otherwise

 No.251269

>>251260
>chainlink is different
Lol, literally every shitcoin shill makes the same argument, after chainlink inevitably tanks you'll be claiming this about a new shitcoin.

 No.251272

>>251267
You're really bad at samefagging.

 No.251516

Feels like it's too late to get into LINK so I'm buying into PNK, RSR, FTM and STA.

 No.251521

>>251516
Are these the next shill coins?

 No.251522

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AGI (SingularityNET) is hot right now. Get in while you can because this moon mission is going 100x, possibly 1000x.

-partnered with Cisco
-partnered with Cardano
-partnered with Ping An (largest insurance company in the world)
-partnered with Ocean Protocol
-partnered with Domino's Pizza
-partnered with the government of Malta
-partnered with PayPal

DeAI Oracle creating AI tools and AI marketplace for fortune 500 companies. Cisco and Huawei are already utilizing OpenCog framework within their companies on the back end and will eventually utilize AGI. AI services will be purchased on mass utilizing SingularityNET and potentially, trillions of transactions could be made each day using AGI.

 No.251573

>>251272
I did not samefag
it just took me long to read all postings
I made one reply before getting to the rest of the postings

so what is chainlink now
is it a bourse? an exchange like binance?

 No.251619

>>251522So so if i put $100 in this i will get $10,000 back?


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