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And... We are back at 2.20

Good work everyone. Firm handshakes for all the GRT Frens who didn't paper hands bitch panic sell the dips, and same to the chads who bought those same dips.

>> No.28988946

kek

>> No.28989087
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If the last dips tested you but you stayed resilient congratulations, you are more stronger than you think you are!

>> No.28989240

>>28988841
>Gimme my some ... stuff, you know. My stuff. Gerty. I'm thirsty...

>> No.28989262

>>28988841
Sexy image. I wish I lived in Miami. Maybe when GRT takes off I can.

>> No.28989266

Oppurtunity of a life time..

>> No.28989334

Devs about to dump another two billion on the market 1st of March will the price hold?

>> No.28989435
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AYO

>> No.28989576

honestly beginning to consider dumping half my xrp stack in this, i could have so much more if i had gone all in on this

>> No.28989586

>>28989334
The amount of disinformation in this sentence is staggering. Can't tell if bad fud or actually challenged.

>> No.28989730
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>>28988841
Can you feel it? mmmmm

>> No.28989786

>>28989087
>more stronger
fuck it is a poo man scam.

>> No.28989868

>>28989334
https://graphlets.io

Most is delegated

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>>28989868
Impossible to FUD

>> No.28990096

The shit to index them all, half you mofo wasnt even born when the Google came out, be some dumbarse fuks said

" that shit wont take off, hyperlinks work just fine"


BUY IT DELEGATE IT EARN DAILY

EARN FUCKIN DAILY


Listed on all exhanges in one day

Binances second biggest holding after only eth

Coinbase was a early investor

Or believe some dumb arse fook off here

>> No.28991497

>>28989334
This is not a queef thread.

>> No.28992010
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we will make it

>> No.28992055
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28992055

brooks was here

-brooks

>> No.28992230

>>28992055
I admire your commitment to sign every GRT thread. Based and Brookspilled.
Care to reveal your power level? How many have you got stacked?

>> No.28992422
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28992422

Let's go boys

>> No.28992595
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>>28988841
Is 15k enough to make it?
I regret not buying more.

>> No.28992686

>>28992595
How does $150k sound

>> No.28992751

2.25 MY BOIS

resistance is *useless*

>> No.28992762
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>>28988841
i'll be honest, i'm a weak paper handed lil bitch boy.
I bought chainlink at $2 and sold at $3.
I have been crying incel tears until now.
I bought GRT at 50 cents, and thought about selling, luckily the graph has a feature that prevents weak handed bitch boys like me from selling.
I delegated my whole stack.
Locking up my funds for a minimum of 28 days.
Now i'm FUD proof.
Now i can just ride the waves in comfort while collecting neet stacks of tendies.
If it wasn't for the anti-paperhands feature known as delegating/staking i would have sold at $1.
So grateful they made this feature for those of us with weakhands.

>> No.28992902

>>28992762
> I bought GRT at 50 cents

It's never going in that price. Even if bitcoin crashed to 20k tomorrow GRT would be around 0.7 probably

>> No.28992912

>>28988841
>back at 2.20
meanwhile BNT is mooning. $4.44 last I check. Comfy af, GRT wallet = empty. BNT wallet bulging at the seams.

>> No.28993130

>>28992912
Haven't seen this one a few days

>> No.28993192

>>28992055
Hello Bane

>> No.28993231
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>>28992686
Thats not enough.

>> No.28993243

>>28993130
it's because you can't speak engrish.

>> No.28993275

>>28992230
slightly over 50k.
the seargent major space force rank.

>> No.28993366

AHHHHHHHHH LET ME BREAK FREEEEEE

>> No.28993389

What will my 10k GRT tokens look like at this years ATH?

>> No.28993413

I'm the guy who said dubs and ath tonight and got 77, told u

>> No.28993437

>>28993389
How does 5 million dollars sound?

>> No.28993449

When we back to 2.8?

>> No.28993492

>>28993437
Realistic pweas

>> No.28993527

>>28993449
How does two hours sound?

>> No.28993566

>>28993449
After you sell. Please hurry

>> No.28993601

>>28993492
How does $12 trillion sound?

>> No.28993605
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>>28989868
>1 subgraph
>7000 more coming soon
JESUS FUCKIN CHRIST

>> No.28993663

>>28993492
How does 1 million dollars sound?

>> No.28993703
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>>28993605
I need to double my stack of GRT...

>> No.28993723

>>28992762
whats the point of delegating again ? i dont remember for real

>> No.28993742

>>28989868
>https://graphlets.io
Holy shit. There is only 100k in circulation right now?

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>>28990096

>> No.28993792

>>28993231
It's a start! Accumulate more on those dips

>> No.28993816

>>28993742
This is your brain on The Graph.

>> No.28993829

>>28992912
Check again dummy

>> No.28993837

>>28988841
this coin is, well to put it in a way you would understand, comfy and fucking based.

>> No.28993854

>>28993566
Checked. Please sell

>> No.28993877

>>28993816
Fuck off.

Still how is there 1.6 billion delegated when there is only 1.2 billion supply accordint to coingecko

>> No.28993932

>>28993877
Presale/ICO buyers can stake but not sell.

>> No.28993933
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>>28992422
Based and checked.
>>28992686
Based. WAGMI
>>28993366
it will now thanks to your dubs.
>>28993742
If this website is accurate, holy shit that'd be crazy. Doesn't make sense though, wouldn't 100k GRT would just be gobbled up? The volume is much bigger than that. Anyways, GRT $5 EOM.

>> No.28994016

>2.35

OOOOOOOOO

>> No.28994031

>>28993723
You get kickback APY from indexers in the form of GRT that they get paid to run the indexing servers

>> No.28994039

wasn’t there a coin recently that had a similar fud hanging over it’s head (additional supply releasing after launch) that had the supply release and the price didn’t tank? I want to say Solana?

possible to happen with GRT?

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Poorfag here Just broke into 5 figure territory. GRT will help me get to 6.

>> No.28994081

>>28993723
Indexers server up data and can claim authority based on the number of GRT they hold. Delegators delegate to indexers to increase that authority. They get GRT in reward for that as well as a share of the query fees.

>> No.28994098

uh
my graphies be poppin
ur thotty be boppin
my graphies be risin
bobo's rope be hangin
uh

>> No.28994119

>>28994039
It was Solana, and not only didn't the price tank, it went UP (way up) after a 90% supply dump

>> No.28994130

>>28994039
Also ALGO recently just increased their supply by 35% and over the last few days and the demand just steamrolled right over it

>> No.28994146

2.33 hope your bags are packed

>> No.28994162
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Historically, GRT is a pump and dump. Hate to break it to you folks, but it is. These are the facts. People saying it isn't, you're on the wrong side of the data. The entire market is being run by trade bots. Large GRT tokens have been already allocated to holders, way before GRT even hit the exchange platforms, because of testnet operations (before mainnet).

I estimate each token to be valued at 0.30-0.35 maximum until larger companies want to use it, which currently they don't, because it is too expensive too. ETH is expensive, in general, to use anyway.

With that being said, GRT is a utility token which means the price has to remain low for companies to even want to use it. It is just the way it is right now

>> No.28994179

GRT will never be under 2.30 again

>> No.28994274

>>28994179
You'll be wrong in like 2 minutes but I won't hold it against you

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>>28994162
Historically, GRT is the R Kelly of Child Porn. Hate to break it to you folks, but it is. These are the facts. People saying it isn't, you're on the wrong side of the sheets. The entire market is being pissed on by trade bots. Large GRT tokens have been already allocated to child molesters, way before GRT even hit the exchange platforms, because of Pornhub funding (Before main net)

I estimate each token to be valued at 0.30-0.35 maximum until larger companies want to use it, which currently they don't, because it is too expensive too. ETH is expensive, in general, to use anyway.

With that being said, GRT is the Pinochet of commie executions which means the price has to remain low for companies to even want to use it. It is just the way it flies right now.

>> No.28994299

>>28994274
2.28 lel

>> No.28994305

FALLING KNIVES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

>> No.28994313

>>28994058
Good work anon, godspeed

>> No.28994409

>>28993723
If an indexer is doing a good job indexing and providing useful queries they'll earn more GRT than indexers doing a shitty job. If you delegate to them you start earning a portion of what they're earning. This can also be viewed as an indexer earning a token of your trust.

And it has the effect of pulling massive amounts of coins off the market. Everything about this protocol is a scam. It's not just designed to index the blockchain, it's designed create a permanently positive slope to the price of GRT so long as The Graph exists as a viable protocol. It's a huge f*cking scam meant to make holders of GRT money. It's so blatant and obvious it's ridiculous.

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>>28994162
Hey! That's my image. Here's a better quality version of it. Make sure to only post it when GRT pumps, as always

>> No.28994591

>>28988841
i love my graphs and my niggrahs <3 GRT = NIGGRT

>> No.28994651

Shit token

>> No.28994709

>>28989266
man i love so much being alive right now.

>> No.28994735
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My only regret is I could've bought more

>> No.28994746

OH NO NO NO AAAAAAAAAA

>> No.28994775

HEAD AND SHOULDERS NOOOOOOOOOOOOO

>> No.28994826

>>28994119
>>28994130
I've been trying to tell these retards that and they wouldn't believe me. The same thing happens in normie stocks.
>Shit company is expected to have a bad earnings report
>They have a bad earnings report
>Stock goes up
>They have a good earnings report
>The stock goes through the roof
>Good company is expected to have a good earnings report
>They have a good earnings report
>The stock goes down
>They have a bad earnings report
>The stock drops through the floor
>GRT is expected to increase the token supply and VC will dump their supply on the market
>They dump. The price goes up
>They don't dump at all. The price goes paranoic
I've been telling you retards. It's fucking priced in as a known factor. Complete your stack while you still can.

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We're gonna hit $3 tonight aren't we? I'm not done accumulating bros..

>> No.28995157

I was literally on my way home to dump 36k into this. It was 2.10 when I made the decision and now as I get home its 2.30$ fucking nigger shit.

>> No.28995227

>>28992762
How do I buy GRT since I live in NY? I'll put a couple grand in it.

>> No.28995261

>>28995157
You may have your chance yet
DOOOOOOOOOWWNNNNNNN WE GOOOOOOOOK

>> No.28995262

GOING BACK UP
>2.29

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>>28995227
move to a real state

>> No.28995299

Should I buy more GRT with RBC

>> No.28995346

>>28989262
Ive thought about miami too, but literally everyone ive heard from in florida said its awful.

>> No.28995499

>2.30
AHHHHHH TAKE MY ENERGY

>> No.28995515

>>28995227

get out of there and drive past NJ

Fuck your property taxes man

WHY THE FUCK WOULD I A CAR PAYMENT FOR A BMW IN PROP TAXES TO LIVE THERE

>> No.28995521

>>28995346
it is, tampa bay area is where you wanna go in Florida if you make it

>> No.28995544

gonna put in another 1k tomorrow, will i be too late?

>> No.28995561

Dont let them get your tokens mofos. Best thing you could invest it right now. Full fucking stop!

>> No.28995568

>>28995299
Buy RBC so GRT can moon and you can buy at a higher price while RBC tanks.

>> No.28995584

>>28995544

yeah wait till weekend nights or a nuclear dip tomorrow

>> No.28995698

>>28995521
are the beaches better in tampa though?

>> No.28995717

>>28995568
RBC has promise

>> No.28995799

>>28995717
Good. Go buy it and watch it turn your money into dust. Please buy the too of GRT.

>> No.28995807

>>28995544
Yes. I missed the chance to buy at 900 satoshis because of a slow deposit, and had to buy at 1100 instead.

>> No.28995828

>>28995521
tampa is literally the worst metro part of florida kek

>> No.28995856

>>28989262
does miami still have this 80s vibe to it and isnt it just spics

>> No.28995875

Feels good but you know damn well the second bitcoin drops this will go back to fighting 2$ wall

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>>28994409
>Everything about this protocol is a scam. It's not just designed to index the blockchain, it's designed create a permanently positive slope to the price of GRT so long as The Graph exists as a viable protocol. It's a huge f*cking scam meant to make holders of GRT money. It's so blatant and obvious it's ridiculous.
Wh-what type of FUD is this?

>> No.28995913

>>28995828
Jacksonville?

>> No.28995925

MY GURTIES STAY SUPER HURTY, EOY? $2.30.

>> No.28996017

>>28988841
GRT GO BRRRT

>> No.28996023

>>28995856
no there are also russians and jews and haitians there

>> No.28996059

does anyone know when the 7000 subgraphs are coming?

>> No.28996067
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Pamp eet

>> No.28996117

>>28995828
all of florida is shit

>> No.28996147

>>28995913
Jax is big area-wise so nice areas and shit holes. My brothers in Amelia Island and I'm in Orlando. St Augustine is dope though and not far from Jax.

>> No.28996160

>>28995856
There's a specific district cashed the art deco district on ocean drive at miami Beach. If you've ever played vice city it's what the beach front with the hotels is modelled after. Basically a bunch of bars. Pretty fun.

>> No.28996172

>>28995913
jacksonville is one of the biggest cities in the world . Tampa would just be the worst part of it.

>> No.28996278

>>28994409
>watch out, if you own this you'll make a shitload of money

I love you.

>> No.28996286

ARE THE CHINESE COCK-BLOCKING OUR GAINS?

>> No.28996323

>>28995879
The based kind

>> No.28996339
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>>28996059
Probably in stages to perfectly keep momentum flowing.

>> No.28996440

I can't wait to put it in my wallet
Up my crack, in my ass
I'm so horny I can choke and choke, on a graphie tonight

So bulls, pump it up
Make me rich
Scream and shout
Yeah bulls, show me what it's all about
Don't sell, when in doubt

Hey bulls get it past that pressure zone
Put that pump yeah, drive it in
I'm so hot, oh, need a graphie
I got to guide that rocket

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yXISGhuLqA

>> No.28996609

COME ON GRETA
MAKE SOME FOKIN GAINS

>> No.28996714

>>28990096
there were a few search engines around before Google.

>> No.28996722

>dat 270k sell wall at 2.35

Genuine chance of reaching new ATH if that's breached

>> No.28996790

Whats causing the poomp

>> No.28996802

>>28994409
>if you have grt you will become rich
now THIS is what I call FUD

>> No.28996809
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>>28995856
Picture I took there last January just year before the coof struck.

>> No.28996854

>>28996790
The Epstein of Pedophilia cannot be stopped.

>> No.28996941

I’m not gonna apologize for doubting my grt. She better hold this fuckin pump, I ain’t playing games with her ass no more..

>> No.28997066
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We gonna make it

>> No.28997092

Imagine being a fucking swinglet and missing out on all the FREE money

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man its SO FUCKING OBVIOUS its a pump and dump scam, I have been watching it struggle at 2.26 and then it'd hit 2.30 and all the token orders that were buying immediately start dumping then the same buy orders show up for the pump and then they all drop it at the next high. CRYPTO IS NOTHING BUT THE STOCK MARKET ITS ALL FUCKING WHALES AND THEIR FAT STACKS PUMPING AND DUMPING

>> No.28997157

>>28996790
Well most likely the fact that eth follows btc in a delayed manner. Eth is now gaining after btc did. Alts usually follow eth. It’s to be expected

>> No.28997166

>>28996722
dont look at 2.4

>> No.28997321

Last time, the big resistance was at 2€, we didn't break it and briefly fell bellow $2.

>> No.28997379

>>28997130
What an ugly fucking face Jesus Christ I want to punch her

>> No.28997402

>>28997321
talk about it using real money not fake play money

>> No.28997443

Someone just put up a 180k buy wall and someone instantly sold into it. Pump is over.

>> No.28997447

>>28997130
irl ahegao looks like some paranormal shits

>> No.28997459
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we're starting to move again!

>> No.28997477

CUP AND HANDLE ON THE 1 MIN CHART LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOOO

>> No.28997498

>>28996722
>>28997166
Where do you guys even see the sell walls

>> No.28997514
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Let's keep the momentum going bros

>> No.28997533

>>28997498

>doesnt use coinbasepro
>not on kraken
>probably GRTSUX's screenshot guy

>> No.28997560

Official GRT Army Ranking System

>0-999 Cannon Fodder
>1k-4,999k Private
>5k-9,999k Private First Class
>10k-14,999k Corporal
>15k-19,999k Sergeant
>20k-24,999k First Sergeant
>25k-29,999k Master Sergeant

>30k-39,999k Second Lieutenant
>40k-49,999k First Lieutenant
>50k-59,999k Captain
>60k-69,999k Major

>70k-84,999k One Star General
>85k-99,999k Two Star General
>100k-114,999k Three Star General
>115k-129,999k Four Star General

>130k-149,999k Commandant
>150k-169,999k Chief of Staff
>170k-199,999k Supreme Commander
>Above 200k Commander in Chief of the GRT Army

Rank up and grab your spacesuit boys, we’re going to the moon.

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>>28995515
>cars are considered part of your property tax

>> No.28997680

>>28997533
I am Canadian and Coinbase Pro is kind of shit for us.

>> No.28997689

>>28997560
>50k-59,999k Captain>>28992230
on this 1 captain.
-brooks

>> No.28997721

Pump's over boys, let's pack our things and sell.
>>28997402
Sorry I won't use dollars anymore.

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>>28997560
First Sergeant reporting for duty!

>> No.28997799

Oh god oh god you fucking assholes told me this was going to hit floor at 1.70 through the week what the fuck!!!!!! I have 10k in stocks AAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaa do I wipe it all out and go all in at 2.50?!

>> No.28997863

>>28997799
>stocks
go back

>> No.28997908
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>>28997799
yes

>> No.28997945

Sold, I cant take it anymore. Save me god

>> No.28997963

>>28997799
Boomer reddit fag detected. Downvoted.

>> No.28997984

expected returns? I only bought 133.7 but it was at $0.9

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>>28997945
>panic selling
>ngmi

t. putting half my 401k into graph

>> No.28998078

>>28997945
I feel so bad for you - we're hitting $3 by EOW

>> No.28998081

>>28997863

Fuck you I don’t have time for your shit I need someone to call bobo immediately and crash this shit for 4-5 business days while my funds transfer reeeeeeeeeeee

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28998105

>>28989868
>We are still in an early stage of the network and there is currently only one live subgraph in the mainnet. The other Subgraphs are currently hosted by The Graph team and will migrate to the mainnet at a later stage. As soon as new subgraphs get added to the mainnet, you’ll find them on this subpage.
>7k+ subgraphs to be added

>> No.28998125
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28998125

>>28997560
Private reporting in at 1800 memecoins

>> No.28998128
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28998128

Is holding The Graph the ultimate bagholdery?

I cannot think or comprehend of anything more cucked than holding GRT. Honestly, think about it rationally. You are buying, holding, staking, and losing money on a token for at least 5 years solely so it can go and get ravaged by the indexers. All the hard work you put into your beautiful little stack - doing due diligence and research before bedtime, picking the right indexers to delegate with, making sure it's a healthy percentage of your holdings, watching it grow, not selling it. All of it has one simple result: its price will ultimately become more enjoyable for those who will eventually pump it and dump it.

Built the perfect stack? Great. Who benefits? If you're lucky, a random man who had nothing to do with the project, who buys the dip. He gets to swing it every night for easy gains. He gets the benefits of its perceived stability and notional value that came from how long YOU held it.

As a man who has a stack of GRT you are LITERALLY dedicating at least 5 years of your life simply to hold riches for another man to enjoy. It is the ULTIMATE AND FINAL bag. Think about it logically

>> No.28998129

>>28997984

How does 266 dollars sound.

>> No.28998160
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28998160

>>28997945
Prepare for the rope paper bitch

>> No.28998270

>>28995280
Whatever, I want to buy GRT but if it's this obnoxious to buy then whatever.
>>28995515
Def wouldn't leave NY to live in NJ

>> No.28998286
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28998286

>>28998128
Kek

>> No.28998311

>>28998105
I know I meme’ing earlier but where does it actually physically say “7000 subgraphs to be added”

>> No.28998407

>>28997945
>Sold
Good. Now we can pump

>> No.28998449

>>28998311
https://thegraph.com/blog/evaluating-multiblockchain

>> No.28998481

>>28996440
This site is full of failed normies and homos.

>> No.28998501

>>28997560
I'm only cannon fodder, but happy to serve.

>> No.28998512

>>28997945
the bogs send their regards

>> No.28998550

>>28997443
Could you elaborate on buy walls, nigga?

>> No.28998552

I think we are going to be a stablecoin until the token drop bros

>> No.28998580

Sorry bros I sold too.
Gonna buy back once it reaches 1.5€ I just need to make some profit.

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28998688

>>28998501
You'll always be a GRT bro.

>> No.28998767

>>28998580
>>28997945
post screencaps of your trade i don't believe you

>> No.28998773

If it wasnt for the damn wall it wouldve surely reached 3

>> No.28998783
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28998783

>>28997459

>> No.28998785

>>28997560
three star general proudly reporting in

>> No.28998790
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28998790

I'm trying to learn TA and in my opinion this looks like an ascending triangle. Does that mean it'll go even higher when the triangle converges?

>> No.28998863

>>28998767
Only sold around $150, so nothing really

>> No.28998871

>>28994735
Made me laugh anon!

>> No.28998880

>>28998790
Or possibly down

>> No.28998899

mon petit stock graphique fait quelque chose

>> No.28998967

>>28988841
I am trying to figure out staking, I guess I don't really get the concept. What happens when you delegate?

>> No.28999055

>>28998790
Thats actually a textbook inverted crow lynchpin doji formation

>> No.28999101

>>28995521
Yoo TampaGrt fag, where you at?
I’m in Seminole Heights.
Find me at King State watchin my little grt stack grow.

>> No.28999106
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28999106

2.5k Graphlet NEET here bought at 0.35 is it worthwhile delegating? Where is the best/safest place to do it?

>> No.28999135
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28999135

>ALERT
>ALERT
NORMIEBASE HAS OFFICIALLY ADOPTED THE GOOGLE MEME
>ALERT
>ALERT

>> No.28999216

>>28998967
basically you let a indexer hold your GRT and you earn interest based on the amount you "delegate" to the indexer and the rates they provide.

>> No.28999218

>>28999135
very bullish

>> No.28999227

>>28999135
it has for a while now

>> No.28999237

>>28999106
I have 2.5k delegated, and it makes 1 graphy per day.

At the current price, that's $903 per year.

>> No.28999253

>>28999135
Bullish

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28999270

>>28999135
Ok everyone's thinking it I'm just gonna say it: the graph is the google of blockchain

>> No.28999346

>>28999270
Based glad you mentioned it

>> No.28999511
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28999511

I don't know if this has been said yet but this is literally..THE GOOGLE OF BLOCKED

>> No.28999532

>>28999237
Where have you delegated your GRT? thanks for the info!

>> No.28999537

>>28999511
Chainlink block of Google

>> No.28999577

>>28999511
Blockchain* fuck

>> No.28999650

>>28999270
hm....yeah i'm thinkin this is based

>> No.28999733
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28999733

I only have 1257 grt and "fuck you/make it money" for me is $200 a coin. I don't care how long that takes I'm holding.

>> No.28999829
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28999829

>>28999532
This guy, however he's not going to keep it 0% for long.

>> No.28999847

>>28999733
From what I've read GRT will only go as high as $10, but it's a relatively safe coin to hodl.

>> No.29000013
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29000013

Made this for my GRT bros :)

>> No.29000041

>>28999135
It's been like that

>> No.29000055

$3 by tomorrow checkem

>> No.29000091

>>28999847
i have half of my stack delegated to him too and i delegated the other half to protofire and i didn't get any rewards so i undelegated.
how do i prevent this fuck up in the future?

>> No.29000092
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29000092

>>29000055
CHECKED

>> No.29000182

>>29000091
meant for >>28999829

>> No.29000605

>>29000091
I've heard this about protofire too, but I'm not sure how it's possible. How long did you leave your GRT in? Indexers can pay out daily or up to once a month. I am looking at one called ryabina.eth if anyone has any experience with them.

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29000616

>>29000055
kek guide my orders

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29000635

>>28988841

>> No.29000674

>>29000091
My understanding is that guy fucked something up and didn't give out rewards, that's why he changed it to zero percent as an apology.

You can use this site to look for other good opportunities:
>https://reward.suntzu.me/

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29000692

>>28989435

>> No.29000744

JUST PUMP YOU FUCK
JUST FUCKING PUMP ALREADYAAAAAA

>> No.29000880

>>28996714
Alta vista was best

>> No.29001074

>>29000605
I left it in for a few days. shit.
>>29000674
nice link

>> No.29001083

>>29000000
>>28999999

>> No.29001210

>>29000674
one indexer in this link is giving me 100 APY
another is giving me 70 APY
this can't be right? how do we know?

>> No.29001228

>>28999733
Please read up on market cap so you can understand why it will never go to $200 a coin. Just trying to help you have a realistic sense of what you are holding.

>> No.29001241

>>28992055
checked the brookie
>>28992422
checked the kosher lad
>>28993366
checked the double dubs
>>28993566
czeched
>>28993877
checked the lucky agro
>>28993933
checked the based checker
>>28994299
checkers
>>28995299
checked, yes
>>28995499
checked, send it.
>>28995544
checked, perfect.
>>28995799
checked
>>28996722
checked, willed
>>28997066
checked, yee.
>>28997166
checked the tape reader
>>28997477
checked to the moon
>>28997533
checked the chad
>>28997668
checked the glow nigger
>>28997799
checked, yes... yes, you do.
>>28998311
checked, discord.
>>28998688
checked, based grt fren
>>28998899
checked the frog
>>28999055
checked the autistic kid
>>28999511
checked, truth
>>28999577
checked the fuck chaing
>>28999733
checked the bmw enthusiast
>>29000055
checked and on point


Please take note of the digits produced by the graph.

He is here.

>> No.29001303
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29001303

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
$5 EOW.

>> No.29001604

>the opposable thumbs of fingers
>the Google of blockchain
>the double-decker of party favors
>the backbone of defi
>the Google of web3.0
>the Tom Brady of football
>the shotgun of mouthwash
>the google of crypto
>the API for APY
>the Hitler of nazis
>the McDonalds of diabetes
>the Lamborghini of Ferrari
>the corona of viruses
>the yoo-hoo of chocolate drinks
>the Sasha Grey of anal porn
>the thai ladyboy of trannies
>the Starbucks of coffee
>the Budweiser of tap water
>the Belle Delphine of Onlyfans
>the katrina of hurricanes
>the never of womanhood
>the anal fissure of ass problems
>the aids of gay orgies
>the chicken of barnyard animals
>the Grey Goose of vodka
>the Bud Dwyer of press conferences
>the Amazon of worker exploitation
>the Epstein of fake suicides
>the pajeet scam of crypto
>the BBC of cuckoldry
>the corona of viruses
>the bleach of antidepressants
>the Peter North of cumshots
>the Gamestop of Melvin Capital
>the China of airpopulation
>the Jimmy Saville of pedophiles
>the George Floyd of fetanyl overdoses
>the Kobe Bryant of helicopter safety
>the Sam Hyde of mass shooters
>the Dan Schneider of child actress footfags
>the Auschwitz of leisure centres
>the Jeffery Dahmer of serial killers
>the MyPillow of head cusions
>the Joe Rogan of experiences
>the Great Leap Forward of communism
>the faggot of OPs

>> No.29001627
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29001627

We're gonna make it boys
5$ EOW, 10$ EOM

>> No.29001719

>>29001210
Probably very temporary rates to entice people to delegate to them.

If I remember correctly they can switch rates on a whim

>> No.29001722
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If you could buy bitcoin at a $2.30.. would you?

>> No.29001744

>>29001074
>I left it in for a few days
RIP. I do wish there was a reputation system and that the payout terms were presented to you up front.

>> No.29001827
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29001827

>>29001722
Got in GRT $.70. Never selling. Also checked.
>>29001744
checked

>> No.29001903

>>28999733

the chance of grt going triple digits is near zero. not with the supply it has. if you want to retire on this coin i suggest you either throw more in or cash out and find another coin. grt at the very most may go to $20 but more likely is $10 and only next year.

>> No.29001906

>>29001228
Please read up on token burn, delegation/indexing, volume and liquidity so you can understand why it can and will go to $200 a coin many years from now.

>> No.29002003

>>29001228

redpill me on why it couldn't go to $100 a coin given enough time?

>> No.29002061

>>28994409
Thanks for the warning fren, market sold 100k

>> No.29002120

>>28988841
no one else thought this far ahead right?
link+graph = all shitcoin all the time am I right

>> No.29002149

>>29001903
>literally only 1 of 8000 subgraphs on the network
>already at $2.30
>"it will only ever go to $10"
Ok pal

>> No.29002269
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29002269

>>29002149
Don't even know what a sub graph is

>> No.29002461

Right now indexers are giving delegators a lot of their rewards so our APY is like 15% once subgraphs go live on the network they will reduce our % of the cut. The query fees won't make up for the difference so APY will lower. Then if we assume after the 6 billion token unlock a majority get delegated that will further dilute the APY. So we'll probably be sub 10% APY maybe even 5%. Over time as the network serves more and more queries the APY should consistently raise.

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29002544

>>28989435

>> No.29002613

>>29002149
>>29001903
I keep seeing stuff about the market cap and the release of new tokens (that apparently has been planned in already) and I'm just wondering what a realistic sense of how high this coin could go. short term people said 2 dollars would take a while and we blew past that at the time. I know that is just a short term example but can't the market cap just increase at a certain point?

>> No.29002730

>>29001903
I got in around a dollar, I'll fucking take a x10.

>> No.29002738

>>29002461
I've thought a lot about this because I had your take as well, but with the new subgraphs come new indexers, who should have to compete for stakes GRT. It's all going to depend on the volume of queries and the amount of tokens circulating.

>> No.29002840

>>29002461
What makes you think that they would lower it? Currently p2p is pulling a majority of the traffic but the little guys all want a piece of the action. Once query fees come into the picture that's when you'll see the real movement happen. People will go to the indexer with the best reward cuts generating the most queries. This is essentially the indexer that is cheapest for developers but also most generous to delegators while still turning a profit. Effectively the free market is going to BTFO you.
See
>>28994826

>> No.29002979

>>29002461
To expand
We know in January the graph served 11 billion queries. We also know the price per query will be roughly $0.00001

11 billion x 0.00001 = $110,000 = 48034.93 GRT spent on query fees for the month of January.

Now split up 48034.93 GRT between all the indexers and delagators and it's really not a lot to be be shared.

>> No.29002982

i only have 200 grt, should i delegate?

>> No.29003038

>>29002982
yeah bro send it to me ill delegate it for you :-)

>> No.29003172
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29003172

>>29001241
Very based thread. $3 by morning.

>> No.29003186

>>29002982
>>29003038
this guy is scamming you btw

>> No.29003250

Where did that massive sell wall come from all of a sudden wtf?

>> No.29003266
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29003266

>>29002982
>>29003186
Thats true, send it to me instead im the guy

>> No.29003296

>>28988841
Sold my GRT. I just don’t believe in the tech. It might still moon though

>> No.29003335

>>29002979
I can't disagree with your math, but it implies there will be roughly 1,600 GRT in fees daily network-wide.

Pooltogether, the only subgraph that is live, has had days where it generated 1,200 GRT in fees itself. Frequently it has around 200. So something is off about the estimate.

Also plenty of upside for queries in the blockchain space going forward.

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29003357

Check em

>> No.29003390

>>29002982
https://reward.suntzu.me/
Use this and find out for yourself.

>> No.29003450

>>29003186
>>29003266
why would i scam him its only 200

>> No.29003455

>>29003335
True, I'm just going off estimates and what I know. I could be wrong and I welcome people to educate me. Interesting point about Pooltogether.. that could imply I have the query fee cost wrong.

>> No.29003526

>>29003450
must be nice having that many.
i could only manage to get 140

>> No.29003581

>>29003526
shitposting aside,. and i mean this 100% sincerely, in 10 years, that 140 grt will be worth at least 140$ anon!

>> No.29003598

>>29003172
Based

>> No.29003632

>>29003335
>>29002979
>>29002461
So are we all gonna make it or not

>> No.29003714

>they're too euphoric to realize this is the second peak
I am so excited to have the opportunity to buy another stack at $1.50

>> No.29003752

>>29003632
we're all gonna make it. Crypto is still in its early stages. Getting in now is like getting in on silicon in the 1400s

>> No.29003830

>>29003632
I mean the growth has no cap so we can expect the amount of queries per month to keep increasing. We do have to keep in mind we're still really early. If the graph really becomes widely used in web3 we'll make a lot of money. Just my take

>> No.29003870

>>29003455
I thought the query fee was $0.0001. I am trying to look it up now to be sure, but I can't find it.

>> No.29003927

>>29003752
In 10 years this will be a thing of the past and the world will be all the better for it

>> No.29003950

>>29003714
Care to elaborate?

>> No.29003965

>>29002979
Now multiply that by 7000 assuming that none of the services experience any increase in traffic at all and there's literally only ever 7000 subgraphs and that no other subgraph gets any more traffic than that one.
48034 x 7000 = 336,238,000 GRT or $773,347,400 at current prices. And that's just for month month. Over the year that's 1,325,738.4 GRT or $9,280,168,800 assuming GRT literally never goes up in value.
>But queries need to be cheap
Correct. When they are paid. In 2008 a man bought a pizza with Bitcoin that is now worth 500 million dollars. Any rewards collected go into your delegation pool increasing your APY total in GRT which increases rapidly as compared to USD.

>> No.29004021

>>29003390
thanks

>> No.29004045

>>29003927
why

>> No.29004062
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29004062

>had a sell limit set for 2.35
>that was the peak

Damn I'm good.

>> No.29004277

>>29004062
See you in an hour

>> No.29004287

where is schizo ive not seen him at all today
i really hope hes ok

>> No.29004321
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29004321

>>29004287

>> No.29004400

>>29004287
It really isn't a GRT thread without GRTsux. I hope he didn't do anything rash during the last pump.

>> No.29004449

I'm scared guys

>> No.29004502

>>29004321
In jail

>> No.29004636

>>29004502
>>29004449
>>29004400
>>29004321
>>29004287
>>29004277
>>29004062
>>29004045
>>29004021
>>29003965
>>29003950
>>29003870
>>29003830
>>29003752
>>29003714
>>29003632
>>29003598
>>29003581
>>29003526
>>29003455
>>29003450
“The Graph” is not needed. Nobody will use this. Ask yourself, what data exists on the blockchain that cannot already be queried?

None. It’s all searchable in linear time, just one pass through the blockchain and you’ll have your answer in a matter of days, or even hours if you spend enough on hardware (remember this task can be parallelized! You can do a map-reduce and become the google of blockchain!)


The only reason The Graph is a thing is because these MTV-generation kids want subsecond results on their queries. Never learned the virtue of patience.

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>>29004321
>>29004287
I wish the real megaautist posted in grt threads

>> No.29004690

>>29004045
Because non government crypto will be illegal and we'll all be forced into converting our buttcorns and stinkies into UN legal tender digital dollars at an awful exchange rate.

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>>29003335
>>29003870

>> No.29004926
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looking good boys

>> No.29004931
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29004931

>>29003752
so we're gonna have to wait 700 years T.T

>> No.29004956

>>29004636
I mean I am not an empty headed line go up GRT monkey but even I know this argument is fucking retarded. If the world functioned according to your logic I'd be typing this in dots and dashes. A good index is necessary to efficient operation in any environment with a lot of data, be it books or math problems.
GRT is necessary, it's just not designed with tokenomics favorable to speculators. The returns on GRT will be worse than LINK.

>> No.29004993
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29004993

>>29004926

>> No.29004999

>>29004690
that sounds like true aids

>> No.29005015
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29005015

>>28998128
i kek'd so hard the first time i saw this.
well done anon

>> No.29005034
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29005034

Can someone explain pic related? Does this mean there are 4 million GRT bought while 30 million is sold?

>> No.29005040

>>29004690
The point is that we can ignore them.

>> No.29005105

>>28988841
$20 EOY, and that is conservative.

>> No.29005157

>>28988841
By eod tomorrow we are going to
>goddamnlochnessmonster
>,checkem

>> No.29005215

>>29004796
An indexer has just estimated the cost per query will be about $0.00005 which would mean $550,000 spent on query fees per month(at 11 billion queries per month) so 244499 GRT roughly right now. That's a lot better then my first calculation

>> No.29005302

this is a $100 coin isn't it

>> No.29005374

>>29005302
How does 1000 sound?

>> No.29005427

>>29005215
Query volume should also increase with the new subgraphs are brought online and any new networks that get added. They can increase query fees if the service is indispensable to the consumers. If dApps and Web3 take off, the sky is the limit. I wouldn't judge it based on today's numbers because a lot would change.

>> No.29005440

>>29005374
sounds risky, I'm okay with $100 even if it pumps to $500 after

>> No.29005451

>>29005374
this
it will reach parity with ETH EoY

>> No.29005517

>>29005302
If query fees start to get collected and people realize they're lucrative, more people will want to delegate and index. When that happens, the liquid supply of GRT will dry up. When the supply dries up, the cost goes through the roof. When developers realize the benefit of GRT they'll all want to use GRT to index which will start the process anew further raising the price. But the cost of a query is fixed to a value in fiat. So you can have expensive GRT without crippling the network.

>> No.29005586

>>29005040
It's a nice thought but eventually you are going to need to purchase something with a currency that will be accepted. For that you will need an exchange. That exchange will need to acquire legal currency. Digital currency is traceable. Do you see where this is going? There will ce a day in the near future when the entire global economy is staring into the abyss and in that moment they will either choose to embrace decentralized finance that was established outside of their control or they are going to make their own and enforce its use at gunpoint.
Crypto will follow the same script as the internet itself. You're lucky to live in the period before they bring crypto under control.

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>>29004926
incredibly bullish

>> No.29005610

>>29005427
That's honestly the last thing they should do. ETH is getting fucked because gas is too expensive to make most applications viable unless they're financial. We're need query fees to slowly get cheaper but just do more traffic. You'll make more money that way.

>> No.29005667

>>29005517
I think alot of that is missed when people post the supply dump FUDs
not to mention the supply dumps already being priced in

>> No.29005761

This thread if nothing else has convinced me to dump as much money as I can stand to lose, which, as a poor fag, is about $1,000. Maybe GRT will pay off.

>> No.29005823
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>>28998899
>>29005599
>>29004999
b-bbb-bros . . . . I think I might be blessed

>> No.29005846

>>29005610
At some point the query cost would be less than the electricity cost, so I don't think reducing the fee is a good idea. It's more about increasing the volume of queries through more subgraphs and bringing on new networks. If it catches on though, they will be printing money.

>> No.29005935

>>29005586
The internet was centralized from day one and literally invented as a military research between universities. It's intention was always centralization. Crypto is based around decentralization. Nobody needs the wef to make a digital currency that's centralized. That's what my bank account is. It's 2020. Most people haven't touched physical cash in years. If they try to kill decentralized crypto it will just increase the price of decentralized crypto. Black markets exist for everything and certain countries have bigger concerns than regulating these things.
t. Have dual citizenship in a country with no capital gains tax and whose only regulation on crypto is "please be careful with dangerous internet money because criminals use it sometimes". If I ever get rich I'll just fuck off the to be wealthy.

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>>29005761

>> No.29005987

>>29005761
It's at or very near the top man. Seriously.

>> No.29005989

>>29005823
Quick, make a prediction.

>> No.29006096

2.27 stablecoin

>> No.29006104

>>29005599
whats the 3 pillarmen of the new crypto era?

>> No.29006219

bought at .71 and sold at $1.11 trying to cover some of my losses from getting memed by GME. kill me

>> No.29006246

>>29005987
I’m not doing it now. I’ll wait for the next dip. I’ve just made my decision is all.

>> No.29006259

>>29006104
Link GRT and NU

>> No.29006268

>>29004636
“Tranny Ass” is not needed. Nobody will use this. Ask yourself, what niggers exists on the blackchain that cannot already be queered?

None. It’s all suckable in linear time, just one pass through the blackchain and you’ll have your aids in a matter of days, or even hours if you spend enough on handjobs (remember this task can be parallelized! You can do a lip-reduce and become the gargle of blackchain!)


The only reason Tranny Ass is a thing is because these BET-generation kids want subsecond results on their queers. Never learned the virtue of you will never be a real woman.

>> No.29006320

>>29005846
Well for comparison, the big boys charge 6 cents per 100k queries. That's $0.0000006. electricity doesn't need to be very exciting. Say your bill is 10 cents per kwh you just need to make sure that you can process 200k queries in the time it takes you to consume that. Average server draws about 1kwh so basically if you can do 160,000 queries per hour you'll break even.
That's only 115,200,000 queries a month. They'll be fine. They really shouldn't price the queries in such a way that the centralized solution is 10x or 100x better price wise. People need to stop trying to get rich quick at the expense of the protocol. Ethereum miners especially.

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>>29005989
100$ EOY
1000$ 2024

>> No.29006374

>>29006259
link is way older compared to nu and grt

>> No.29006413

>>29006330
He said a prediction, not fud!!

>> No.29006605

>>28999733
Ah, I see you've decided to forego the dream of GRT giving you a lambo and settled for BMW money. Still very nice. WAGMI.

>> No.29006808

>>28999733
nothing screams mid-level new money like a bmw anon
maybe buy some taste with your gritties instead

>> No.29006904

>>29006808
with my gurties I'm gonna buy a used toyota and drive it into the ground

>> No.29006909

>>29006330
Remove a 0 from that EOY.
100 Q2 2022
1k 2024 is accurate

>> No.29006932

>>29005034
Each side, green sell red buy, has a certain price associated with the x axis.

The extremes of these axes are low and high prices respectively. The center is the market price.

Naturally the extremes are the more desirable, but not necessarily realistic places to be. The depth of the orders increase on these axes:

Basically in the case of graph, a shit ton of people (read bots) want to sell at 2.88 and a shit ton of people want to buy at 0.30.

>> No.29006965

>>29006904
incredibly based anon
maybe consider getting a truck if you aren't a bitch with a pussy and tits
only women drive cars

>> No.29007001

>>29005989
$2.35 EOD
$2.37 EOW
$2.32 EOM

>> No.29007169

>>28999237
What was your gas fee? I need to setup my metamask.

>> No.29007178

>>29006965
my dream car is actually one of those 90s toyota 2 door pickup trucks. if I could get one in a good condition.

>> No.29007296

>>29007178
had one
best truck I ever owned until the city stole it from me when I was on vacation
get a 4x4 or 2wd with the 22r engine anon
thing will run FOR-EVER

>> No.29007374

>>29004400
I’m friends with GRTsux irl unfortunately he had an incident with a female jogger and is currently being detained. She claimed assault, but he claims she assaulted him first with a possible bio weapon. Details are fuzzy I’ll let you know if I hear anything from him

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>>28988841

>> No.29007471

>>29007374
Thx bro. Sending prayers your way.

>> No.29007472

>>29007374
typical grtsux
I can hear him screaming at the jail clerks now
>LET ME OUT I HAVE TO FUD THE BOARD ABOUT MY GRITTIES!!!!
>YOU DON'T KNOW WHO YOU'RE FUCKING WITH I CAN BUY AND SELL YOU ASSES IN THE ALT-CRYPTO MARKET!!!!!

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