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I want to try Chainlink using curl.
How can I curl data from Opyn and Curve using chainlink?
I realize that we don't really have the full picture of what staking will look like when it goes live, but do we have any idea what the reward rates will look like once LinkPool goes live for staking?
Hi everyone, I just have a quick question regarding chainlink staking. I’ve heard time and again that staking is coming to link at some point probably Q1 of 2021 (although also have been told that this is not official and just speculation). However, if you visit chainlink’s website there is a direct link to chainlink “staking” already on the site: https://staking.linkpool.io/
I am fairly new to chainlink and cryptocurrencies in general, however I understand that staking is used as a validation system within chainlink in order to receive rewards. Is this what i have heard discussed, and does this mean that staking with chainlink is already live and I just missed the announcement, or is this web-link something different?
There's for example a project called PoolTogether that uses VRF. It basically runs a lottery.
I'd like to know if the following suggestion is expected and feasible to integrate in contracts:
In this way, no user has the ability to manipulate the seed and have all incentive to give a random number. At the same time, they can ensure it's probably fair because they provided a seed.
Does this make sense? Any obvious vulnerability or problem?
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Or can it be useful for other off-chain purposes? Like for example say I simply want to get an extra accurate source of weather data for my website and am willing to pay for it.
It seems like Chainlink can be a gamechanger for many different things, like combatting fake news or for any business where truth is important and people are willing to pay for it.
Thanks in advance.
Hi All... have been doing some research on chainlink. Overall I think the system is pretty smart and needed. The one question I have yet to find an answer on is: How big is the TAM (total addressable market) for chainlink. So as a comparison if you believe that BTC was a better gold than you could argue that BTC's TAM would be 1-2x that of gold's market cap. Regardless of whether you believe that, I'm trying to find a similar comparison for chainlink. In the most bullish case what market size is chainlink competing for? Would really appreciate a mental model from anyone that has done an analysis... Thanks
When I first heard about chainlink I though the data feeds where supposed to be decentralized. However, I quickly found out that when you want to pull data from the network you have to select an individual node to run a job. My question is whether this is the way it was meant to be since I could not find anything about a roadmap or sth. I feel like the stake that these nodes have to put up is not enough to garantee data integrity. Will they ever implement a system where you could have a subset of nodes come to a consensus on the true data and if so, is there any indication as to when?
What's the best brokerage to buy Link?
Anything with stop orders and low fees?
I use coinbase currently.