Kris Humphries Tips Chainlink To play a Crucial Role in Smart Contracts Spread

News / 07.04.2020

Chainlink will be pivotal to bringing data to smart contracts. That is, according to  Humphries, a former NBA star. 

In a recent tweet, Mr. Humphries suggested that smart contracts will be crucial to human interactions.  He averred that Chainlink was the only solution capable of bringing data to smart contracts securely and trustlessly.

“The world increasingly relies on data. Smart contracts will be no different. Chainlink is the only solution to bring data into smart contacts in a decentralized, secure manner. The future is now.#link #chainlink #eth”

Dismal Performance

Besides being an altcoin supporter, Mr. Humphries is an avowed  Chainlink and LINK admirer.  LINK is the former’s native token. Last month, it performed dismally on Binance. In that time, a slippage error saw it almost hit the $0 mark.

The coin traded at about $5 in early March. It, however, nosedived to $1.68 soon after. Nevertheless, it seems to have turned the corner. By the time of going to press, it had gained 18% to stand at $2.85.

Gaining Popularity and Kris Humphries Support

Smart contracts continue to gain currency amongst firms.  Of these, Microsoft is one of the prominent ones. It has invested in the space through its Azure smart contract auditing tool. Additionally, industry insiders regard LINK as the best smart contract protocol on Ethereum and other platforms. 

One of Ethereum’s selling points is decentralized finance (DeFi) which relies on smart contracting. Recently, DeFi has experienced a decline in the volume of assets locked within its domain. Whether Chainlink will have a stranglehold over Ethereum’s DeFI domain remains to be seen.

Some sports personalities have expressed their support for cryptos over the years. Apart from Kris Humphries another notable sportsman to back them is Russell Okung. Mr Okung is a LA basketball player and renowned Bitcoin bull. 

Sudarshan M is a long time crypto-enthusiast. Pulled in by bitcoin early on, it did not take long for Sudarshan to divert all of his academic attention from business studies to blockchain by doing his Masters and eventually pursuing his PhD in the subject.