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Didn't want to say I told you so... But I had to come back just to let y'all know that I called the top last summer and said we had to come back to at least 5.8k before we go to 20k . Here we are a year later still not at 20k right where we are supposed to be... We might touch 20k by Thanksgiving depending on "Red October's" significance. But once we hit 20k, dont expect a moon until the end of 2022....

Don't expect to see anything higher than 150k-180k at the next top.... If we get to those prices and your still bag holding sell ....

"Chainlink" is the backbone btwn crypto and real world API's.

For instance you'll be able to take real time data and transfer it to the blockchain via chainlink bridging the gap btwn both worlds...

It will actually help in the short term but long term I see it being phased out... Kinda like fax machines...

Ethereum still has big money behind it and it ain't going nowhere...

xrp is the underdog , I always go for the underdog.... Hopefully Brad did all he could....
This man here :lol:
 
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fapmasterjr fapmasterjr what do you make of this?

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Anything is possible with large capital and slippage. every little percent can make/break you...just gotta be careful and be aware of the risks and possible black swan events. BUT, everything is on blockchain and smart contracts.....so..in theory, it would work...maybe start with smaller stack like 10k lol.
 
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Anything is possible with large capital and slippage. every little percent can make/break you...just gotta be careful and be aware of the risks and possible black swan events. BUT, everything is on blockchain and smart contracts.....so..in theory, it would work...maybe start with smaller stack like 10k lol.
I ain’t about that life :lol:

Just wanted to know if it seemed fugazi.

So is this basically a form of arbitrage?
 
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YES....right now, its part of DEFI and searching for the best APY. Lots of peeps are "farming" for reward tokens like curve, balancer, yfi. I'm actually farming YFLINK at the moment. DYOR. current APY:


There are total : 1000000000 LINK issued.
There are total : 1276631.89056742 LINK staked in YFL's LINK staking pool.
= $15,932,365.99

You are staking : 134.72274 LINK (0.010% of the pool)
= $1,681.34

======== YFL REWARDS ========
Claimable Rewards : 0.3007 YFL = $21.01
Hourly estimate : 0.0031 YFL = $0.22 (out of total 29.76 YFL)
Daily estimate : 0.07 YFL = $5.27 (out of total 714.28 YFL)
Weekly estimate : 0.52 YFL = $36.87 (out of total 5000 YFL)

Hourly ROI in USD : 0.0130%
Daily ROI in USD : 0.3132%
Weekly ROI in USD : 2.1929%
APY (unstable) : 114.0343%
 
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Didn't want to say I told you so... But I had to come back just to let y'all know that I called the top last summer and said we had to come back to at least 5.8k before we go to 20k . Here we are a year later still not at 20k right where we are supposed to be... We might touch 20k by Thanksgiving depending on "Red October's" significance. But once we hit 20k, dont expect a moon until the end of 2022....

Don't expect to see anything higher than 150k-180k at the next top.... If we get to those prices and your still bag holding sell ....

"Chainlink" is the backbone btwn crypto and real world API's.

For instance you'll be able to take real time data and transfer it to the blockchain via chainlink bridging the gap btwn both worlds...

It will actually help in the short term but long term I see it being phased out... Kinda like fax machines...

Ethereum still has big money behind it and it ain't going nowhere...

xrp is the underdog , I always go for the underdog.... Hopefully Brad did all he could....
So if we hit 20k we’re gonna be in a bear for two years or moving sideways for 2 years?
 
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LINK over $18! Make sure to farm YFL if you're holding some LINK....get that APY

======== YFL REWARDS ========
Claimable Rewards : 0.7010 YFL = $57.36
Hourly estimate : 0.0039 YFL = $0.32 (out of total 29.76 YFL)
Daily estimate : 0.09 YFL = $7.69 (out of total 714.28 YFL)
Weekly estimate : 0.65 YFL = $53.86 (out of total 5000 YFL)

Hourly ROI in USD : 0.0131%
Daily ROI in USD : 0.3150%
Weekly ROI in USD : 2.2052%
APY (unstable) : 114.6712%

**LINK pretty much paying for my weekly lunch
 
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LINK over $18! Make sure to farm YFL if you're holding some LINK....get that APY

======== YFL REWARDS ========
Claimable Rewards : 0.7010 YFL = $57.36
Hourly estimate : 0.0039 YFL = $0.32 (out of total 29.76 YFL)
Daily estimate : 0.09 YFL = $7.69 (out of total 714.28 YFL)
Weekly estimate : 0.65 YFL = $53.86 (out of total 5000 YFL)

Hourly ROI in USD : 0.0131%
Daily ROI in USD : 0.3150%
Weekly ROI in USD : 2.2052%
APY (unstable) : 114.6712%

**LINK pretty much paying for my weekly lunch

Idk bout this Fap. Sounds like a scam bro.
 
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i'm just providing liquidity, and in return i get a governance token called YFL...which for some reason is worth $70+ .....my links are locked up in smart contract and i can unstake anytime. Farming the YFL until the next set of crops to earn more rewards and in turn up my APY.

the dynamics of it is new to crypto, but providing liquidity to a pool and getting "rewards" have been going on in Financial markets.
Risk : Reward

you've heard of the original governance farming token: YFI right?? IT was at 6k...many early peeps profited....its still at 5k now
I'll update you as I go.
 
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So if we hit 20k we’re gonna be in a bear for two years or moving sideways for 2 years?
We will make higher lows and higher highs with pullbacks but don't expect a 20k-40k appreciation until at least next fall.... Alot of people bought btc at 3.5k - 5k I'm sure they will be taking profits at 20k.... Same goes for people buying btwn 8k-10k...

Finally traded my etc for xlm.... That last 2 51% attacks drawed the line for me ...
 
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