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March 04, 2020, 05:23:22 AM
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What is nuLink?
nuLink is a platform which attempts to bridge the gap between smart contracts on the blockchain and real-world applications, which often tend to be off the blockchain.  We are currently forked from the Chainlink repo.  We are also under heavy development as we are a new and open project so expect more info to come into the future.

Since the project is under early development an announcement like this isn't to give attention to the coin, but the tech behind the coin.  We are an open sourced project so anyone is free to help and take a look.  Our github can be found here: https://github.com/smartercontractkits.

We are trying to get a testnet up soon so anyone can run a node.  We will be working on systems to allow these nodes to be trustless as it was envisioned in the original Chainlink whitepaper.  
Our current token can be found here: https://etherscan.io/token/0x493c8d6a973246a7b26aa8ef4b1494867a825de5 (do mind that 899 of the tokens were burnt), but will have to do a token swap to an ERC677 based token.  
This is a current contract we have set up on the testnet: https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0xd97475241918c937bfdb7ce1382072952611aa14

You can take a look at our white paper here: https://forkthisimnotmaintainingit.github.io/seeul8erspacecowboy/whitepaper.pdf

Why fork Chainlink?
Well many of the people working on the project were fond of the idea of what Chainlink was supposed to do.  However many of us don't like how Chainlink has stagnated in development or how tokens are distributed.  The current oracle system Chainlink has implemented also feels too centralized to our liking.  While I don't want to get into too much debate about this topic I know it is good to explain why.  Both tokens and technologies should be allowed to compete.  

Where to get involved and learn more?

Please feel free to follow us at our official twitter account:  https://twitter.com/smartcontractP
We have an extremely active discord server where you can find the majority of the devs:  https://discord.gg/r8ZZ23D
Our official website can be found here, but be warned we are still actively developing it:  https://nulink.org/
Lastly we have a Telegram group where we post updates and also a community Telegram linked together, but it is less active than the platforms above:  https://t.me/NuLink

Feel free to just take a look at the project and if you like what you see we would love to have more people involved.
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March 04, 2020, 05:40:48 AM
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how to get some Grin Grin
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March 04, 2020, 08:05:48 AM
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ALERT: This is a well known scam and should be deleted.

NuLink was created by few 4chan.org scammers by copying Chainlink's GitHub and airdropping free tokens to desperate people in hope of free marketing.
After that they started spamming it daily to multiple cryptocurrency websites and communities, including Chainlink's official Telegram channels (where they got banned very fast).

It has 2 page 2 days old copy&paste whitepaper and the only goal is to rise up token price a little so they can dump millions of tokens.

Their group in Discord is full of shady activity, including following;

- threats against Chainlink's team
- plans how to evade taxes
- plans how to try to scam "normies"
- plans for fake wash trading
  etc. etc.

I will post some screenshots of those so moderators can remove or tag this scam, or move it to scam section.

You might notice how their Discord will run to defend this, suddenly so many people care about copy token that was created a week ago.

Here's one about price manipulation, suggested by their admin & community manager Arjun Gujin.
https://i.ibb.co/8MmcDdN/pricemanipulations.png

Second one about scamming people with fake exchange.
https://i.ibb.co/DVGJXyb/scamming101.png

Here you can see how there was nothing ready about a week ago, and ideas how to try to make their new social media accounts look like legit ones.
https://i.ibb.co/Lghskzx/nothingready.png

Plans to bribe moderators when their posts are deleted.
https://i.ibb.co/tL9zCFm/scammmm.png

This is what they think about Bitcointalk.
https://i.ibb.co/8r1LDLj/btctalk.png

And there is lot more similar content.
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March 04, 2020, 09:42:35 AM
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That post is out of context lies used to slander a new project. The whitepaper is longer than 2 pages and is not a copy paste job. That's are blatant exaggerations.

This project originated as a joke but quickly gained traction in its community and is an open source, community driven project. There is no CEO, board of directors, or stakeholders to put a lid on self proclaimed community managers. Just a github and whatever social media devs tend to us. I notice none of the devs were pictured in those screenshots anywhere.

Progress since launch about a week ago:
1. Original airdrop of 2m each. 870m tokens left, 350m to dev wallet. 99.9% of tokens sent to a burn address.
2. Numerous community driven airdrops from original airdrop recipients. Theres been an airdrop almost every day.
3. Devs deployed the code to a testnet
4. Devs have an oracle running on testnet
5. Devs playing with burn rates on transactions on testnet
6. Devs testing "random" oracle selection idea on testnet.

Not all projects in crypto get $100m ICO's and professional marketing. Some start grassroots and decentralized. Nobody in this project owns even 50% of the tokens, that's big. They're also free from traditional stakeholders to pursue their own innovative solutions.
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March 04, 2020, 10:13:32 AM
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That post is out of context lies used to slander a new project. The whitepaper is longer than 2 pages and is not a copy paste job. That's are blatant exaggerations.

Everything in it is 100% real.

Only mistake was that whitepaper is not 2 pages, it actually has 3 pages of loosely formatted text.
You can see it from here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YvSq56jQTgsP6CgmjGuFbx_YkdXSioGG/view
Backup download here: https://easyupload.io/rk1bwf

More proof of scamming activity (trust me, there is still plenty after these):

Community manager talking about needing fake volume:
https://i.ibb.co/fSHqXgS/fakevolume.png

Let's just copy everything from other coins:

https://i.ibb.co/Jcs6TJr/more-scamming2.png
https://i.ibb.co/cLXDVNn/makingthingsup.png

Messages from today, I'm being called snitch when I'm releasing those screenshots. Also some guidelines given for community manager how to evade forum bans.

https://i.ibb.co/JCxCmFf/snitch.png

https://i.ibb.co/0Xr4Ftr/evadeban.png

Hope you see what kind of people are behind this, it is 100% SCAM.
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March 04, 2020, 10:38:33 AM
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That post is out of context lies used to slander a new project. The whitepaper is longer than 2 pages and is not a copy paste job. That's are blatant exaggerations.
Hope you see what kind of people are behind this, it is 100% SCAM.

They didn't even hold an ICO. So who's even being scammed? Seems like you're throwing over-sensitive and hyperbolic statements around.
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March 04, 2020, 10:43:39 AM
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I got 10k several times from an airdrop thread hosted by the community which was cool.

Have the devs talked about a more concrete roadmap? Theres 4(?) I think. Can anybody join ti pitch in on dev work?

I've always wanted to experiment with oracles and nodes like with chainlink but always felt intimidated by it. Since these were free I wouldn't mind risking them on those projects.
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March 04, 2020, 11:08:13 AM
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That post is out of context lies used to slander a new project. The whitepaper is longer than 2 pages and is not a copy paste job. That's are blatant exaggerations.
Hope you see what kind of people are behind this, it is 100% SCAM.

They didn't even hold an ICO. So who's even being scammed? Seems like you're throwing over-sensitive and hyperbolic statements around.

Exactly. He is probably some over-sensitive autistic that missed the random distribution of the tokens, not understanding that the real project goes beyond mere monetary exchanges. I like the idea of ​​taking in my hand the development of something that in all these years hasn't moved so much to try to experiment with it. If something comes out, why not? If it fails, I tried.
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March 04, 2020, 01:33:48 PM
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I find it disheartening to see such individuals go out of their way to misrepresent us.  It is obvious that there will be a set of people who won't be on your side, but this appears to be above and beyond of what normal people would do.

Let me address some things here.  In regards to the comments made by me, Arjun I will have to say those are all screenshots taken out of context.  If you were to spend even a minute searching up those messages on our server you would find them to be jokes.  I like how you deliberately avoid messages where I stated I wanted to bring people to help work on the project.  Telling people to not worry about price.  Only worry about making a product. Or messages telling users to not spam.

The other screenshots from random community members are also meaningless.  These people can suggest and say whatever they want.  I am not here to actively censor anyone.  Just because someone says something doesn't mean we take their suggestion.

I'm not asking anyone to invest into anything on this thread.  I am asking people to give us a chance and see if they could help with the project.  Yes we do have a token that our community likes to trade, but it isn't the main focus.  Hope this clears up any concerns.  If not feel free to share.
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March 04, 2020, 02:07:26 PM
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Let me address some things here.  In regards to the comments made by me, Arjun I will have to say those are all screenshots taken out of context.  If you were to spend even a minute searching up those messages on our server you would find them to be jokes.

Here is a screenshot from NuLink Telegram, where you are an admin, from today where you are laughing (or should we now say joking) when people are spamming Chainlink's Korean community. Before that you were encouraging other users to it.

https://i.ibb.co/gdpNPSy/arjun2.png

Anyone can go and check their Telegram channel and the language in there.

Here are you, from yesterday, recommending to spam Chainlink threads when your own ones are deleted. Also talking about how to spread this scam to Reddit.

https://i.ibb.co/vv0p7qy/arjun3.png

I'm sure there is enough proof of what is going on.

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March 04, 2020, 02:08:13 PM
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I have been closely following this project from the very start, and from what I see up to now I don't get the slightest hint of this being a scam.
The developer has been very open about the holdings he has access to and what they will be used for in the future. He seems to be less concerned with the price of the token and is more focused on development.
The community up until now has mostly come from 4chan so as you would expect there will be the odd rotten apple. But for the most part everyone is having fun doing their bit to help build the project.

They probably won't get much love on here which is a shame because we should all be actively encouraging these small community run projects as much as possible.
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March 04, 2020, 03:45:56 PM
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Again everything taken out of context.  The discussions in our group are only but light hearted conversation. Anyone can go to the discord and look this up themselves.  It seems Thomas just has a grudge against our project.  Do your own research and make your own decisions. 
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March 04, 2020, 10:25:29 PM
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Again everything taken out of context.  The discussions in our group are only but light hearted conversation. Anyone can go to the discord and look this up themselves.  It seems Thomas just has a grudge against our project.  Do your own research and make your own decisions.  

https://ibb.co/MDKmTxD

Their 15 year old dev team also like to threaten people with DDOS attacks against people that call them out on this scam.
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March 04, 2020, 10:31:02 PM
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I won't proceed checking their whitepaper on their site as it says this privacy error. Won't risk checking the site for security purposes. Though the other user already gave the other link for wp, and upon checking it, nothing much to see. The content is not comprehensive.



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March 04, 2020, 10:34:14 PM
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Website is hosted off of GitHub.  Domain owner is away right now so be patient.  Did warn the website is still under development.  Will be fixed soon my apologies.
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March 04, 2020, 10:36:55 PM
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I won't proceed checking their whitepaper as it says this privacy error. Won't risk checking that 3-page whitepaper if they can't fix their site.

https://i.ibb.co/y51Db5f/Screen-Shot-2020-03-05-at-6-28-38-AM.png


https://i.ibb.co/zr7vJj9/Screen-Shot-2020-03-02-at-11-10-30.png

This is their "fundraising policy"
What a Joke
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March 04, 2020, 10:46:45 PM
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What seems to be the problem?  No ICO?  Giving tokens out?  I don't see how that's a problem.  One of the critical points we had with Chainlink was token distribution.  That's why we went about it differently. 
 
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March 04, 2020, 10:51:48 PM
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What seems to be the problem?  No ICO?  Giving tokens out?  I don't see how that's a problem.  One of the critical points we had with Chainlink was token distribution.  That's why we went about it differently. 
 

This is clearly a scam and you and your friends are starting to get mad that it's collapsing right before your eyes.
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March 04, 2020, 11:04:43 PM
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Our team is happy with the current state of the project.  I know we will have dissenters.  Especially with project that would compete with Chainlink.  That project really has a cult like following.

You can go ahead and ignore us though.  Feel free to move on.  Don't really understand the mentally behind targeted harassment.  I feel you would have better uses if your time.
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March 04, 2020, 11:14:12 PM
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Our team is happy with the current state of the project.  I know we will have dissenters.  Especially with project that would compete with Chainlink.  That project really has a cult like following.

You can go ahead and ignore us though.  Feel free to move on.  Don't really understand the mentally behind targeted harassment.  I feel you would have better uses if your time.

It was all fun and games at first until either Yourself or some of your friends started to threaten me.
It's not a good look for your project when your devs and discord group start threatening people on the internet with DDOS attacks because they don't like what people are saying.

Your project will never have any credibility whist you and your friends are spamming 4chan, personally attacking people, telling them to kill themselves, writing two page whitepapers that don't make sense, attempting to bribe 4chan jannies, creating fake volume on forkdelta, and lying to people telling them that your project is getting listed on Kucoin.

Can you see the problem?
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