The oracle platform received one of the biggest political endorsements yesterday. It doesn’t even have to pay for it.
Hillary Schieve, mayor of Reno, Nevada, pushed for the adoption of the prophetic protocol Chain link in a tweet yesterday. She became one of the first politicians to openly endorse the background.
PS: Today our skiing is also very spectacular @renotahoe https://t.co/4s1jFnc39c
– Mayor Hillary Schieve (@MayorSchieve) January 27, 2021
Chainlink is the world’s largest oracle provider, with LINK payment tokens worth more than $ 9.4 billion at press time. Oracles is a third-party data tool that fetches data from outside the blockchain into it, as blockchains cannot – by design – verify the authenticity of incoming data even though they are archives. immutable data.
Using Chainlink helps avoid this. The oracle service pulls data from multiple providers to provide a single, synchronized feed for customers and users. Doing so allows other applications to function seamlessly without relying on a single (or edited) data provider.
And it’s a project that Schieve is currently endorsing. She said in a tweet yesterday, “Now is the time to work on great projects for Nevada. $ LINK, ”a statement confirms several previous tweets suggesting that she even holds LINK tokens.
Chainlink can find many use cases in Reno. ChainLinkGod, an early user of Chainlink and popular community ambassador, notes that in addition to its miraculous use for weather, health, and traffic (affirmative reply to another tweet), a potential Chainlink node Functions can be used to maintain records of local government.
No name frog to speak:
“A Reno Chainlink node can also provide an immutable record of all government actions, increasing transparency and community trust in information.”
Exactly, there is a world of data waiting to be put on the chain, a Reno Chainlink node can also provide an immutable record of all government actions, increasing transparency and trustworthiness of community on information
– ChainLinkGod.eth (@ChainLinkGod) January 27, 2021
Crypto-friendly politicians in the United States
The brief discussion was not abrupt for Schieve, who has been Mayor Reno since 2014 as an independent candidate. In the past, she has called for social improvements using the technology and has even opened the door to crypto donations ahead of her 2018 re-election campaign.
Meanwhile, Scheive’s endorsement to Chainlink isn’t the only crypto story to emerge from a politician. Elsewhere in Miami, city major Francis Suarez uploaded the Bitcoin whitepaper to the city’s government website, becoming the first US local government to do so.
Miami city believes in #Bitcoin and I’m working day and night to make Miami a hub for crypto innovation.
– Mayor Francis Suarez (@FrancisSuarez) January 27, 2021
The file was uploaded in response to an ongoing legal campaign by Craig Wright, Bitcoin co-founder SatoshiVision, who claims to be the inventor of Bitcoin (so far he has not provided any evidence. Any convincing about these claims).
As livetechit reported last week, Wright is removing Bitcoin whitepapers hosted on several websites by claiming it as his property. In response, several influential figures, such as Suarez (and later Schieve), uploaded the Bitcoin whitepaper on their own websites.
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