Chainlink is being used by Google - massive news for the oracle provider!

Chainlink is being used by Google - massive news for the oracle provider!

Hope y'all haven't been sleeping on LINK, as it recently climbed into bed with Google.



It's great that a true giant is dipping it's toes into crypto, and even better for LINK that they are using it as a trusted oracle provider.

For more on what oracles are and why they are so important, here's an previous post I wrote.

So what is the big deal? Well Chainlink announced today that Google is one of the companies integrating Chainlink into their approach to smart contract adoption. GCPcloud users can use Chainlink to connect to BigQuery, one of Google's most popular cloud services

For those that want to dig into the full implications of Google + Chainlink, read all about it here:

Chainlink are a project that do basically zero marketing, but are still a top 25 coin. These guys don't give a shit about '...when lambo' talk, or Justin Sun style theatrics, they've just been quietly plugging away, shipping really useful tools and forging some solid partnerships.

The market is starting to take notice now, as this chart shows:


LINK is one of the few projects I will always recommend to people when they ask 'what should I buy?' It's got a wonderful use case, working product, excellent dev team, great partnerships and still a lot of upside, considering how important oracles will become to smart contracts.

(Yeah - that is investment advice, but I'll let u decide how much u should trust the word of a Owl Yoda creature u found in one of dark corners of the interwebs!)


Let me know what u think of LINK, oracles and Google sliding just the very tip into the cryptosphere...

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