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Saudi Bonk – Coinmarketcap trending top 2 | More than 400% increase in value for the last 24 hours | Already listed on CEX | Arabic version of Bonk | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | Incredible marketing | The team did 100M + MC project before

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Saudi Bonk – Coinmarketcap trending top 2! | +400% for last 24 hours | Listed on CEX | Arabic version of Bonk | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | Amazing marketing plan | Team did 100M + MC project

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Saudi Bonk – Coinmarketcap trending top 2! | +400% for last 24 hours | Listed on CEX | Arabic version of Bonk | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | Amazing marketing plan | Team did 100M + MC project

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Grass IO: Passive Income

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Saudi Bonk – Listed on CMC today! | Arabic version of Bonk | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | Amazing marketing plan | 650k mcap | Team did 100M + MC project

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Saudi Bonk – Just listed on CMC! | Arabic version of Bonk | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | Amazing marketing plan | 650k mcap | Team did 100M + MC project

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Saudi Bonk – Arabic version of Bonk | Launched yesterday – still early | Staking, AI, NFT, P2E game utilities | 0/0 tax | CMC & CG listings this week | Amazing marketing plan | 830k mcap | Team did 100M + MC project

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What Are Some Good Applications of Machine Learning and Big Data in Crypto Exchange?

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Chainback- Archive

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Chances of Bitcoin Attack?

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Morpheus Network on par with POTUS initiatives

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Why The Next Bull Run Will Be Led By Utility-Driven Projects?

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Clippy Makes a Comeback-Microsoft Revives The Iconic Screen Mate With AI

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Clippy Makes a comeback - Microsoft Revives The Iconic Screen Mate With AI

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Chippy Makes a Comeback - Microsoft Revives The Iconic Screen Mate With AI

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$MNW Continues Its Upswing With a 38% Rally – Where Is $MNW Headed?

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Morpheus.Network: Revolutionizing Supply Chains with Web3 Tech!

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MINIMA (Ticker $WMINIMA. It is listed on coingecko.) A market and supply side analysis of a microcap gem.

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$MINIMA: Market and supply side analysis of a microcap gem.

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$MINIMA: Market and supply side analysis of a Microcap gem.

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$ML Mintlayer, a BTC L2 microcap to watch.

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Low and microcap gems to look at now that the crypto bullrun is kicking off.

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Why Morpheus.Network Looks Ready for a Bull Run To Over 5x Price Increase

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yPredict | Huge Hype & Community | World’s First “All-in-One” AI Ecosystem | Presale Is Live Now & Almost Filled | Great Entry Before Launch Soon

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yPredict | World’s First “All-in-One” AI Ecosystem | Specifically Built for Developers, Traders, Quants and Analysts | Presale Is Almost Filled | Last Chance To Join

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yPredict | World’s First “All-in-One” AI Ecosystem | Specifically Built for Developers, Traders, Quants and Analysts | Presale Is Live Now | Last Chance To Join

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yPredict | IDO | World’s First “All-in-One” AI Ecosystem | Specifically Built for Developers, Traders, Quants and Analysts | 27k Telegram | 22k Twitter | Presale Is Live Now | Last Chance To Join

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yPredict | Polygon IDO | World’s First “All-in-One” AI Ecosystem | Specifically Built for Developers, Traders, Quants and Analysts | 27k Telegram | 22k Twitter | Presale Is Live Now | Last Round

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The Algorand network is moving toward full decentralization with P2P gossip network without relay node requirement + concensus incentivization + algokit 2.0 to with full support for native Python to build smart-contract

r/BitcoinSee Post

Masters Dissertation Questionnaire on the impact of AI in Banking

r/BitcoinSee Post

ELIF - Why aren't ML and GNNs used to solve hashing in a Traveling Salesman Problem context?

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Ocean Protocol is Unlocking Data's Potential and Pioneering the Data Economy

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3.44x profit on BTC instead of -22% buy & hodl loss. 300% on various coins in 3 months. Welcome to VeroxAI.

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Imagine holding up a sign and receiving free bitcoin - These four people received dozens of bitcoins for simply holding up signs

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Unleashing the Power of AI in Farming: Join the Farm AI ($FAI) Revolution! Fair launch at 19th June.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

The Need for a Decentralized Risk Rating Agency in the Crypto

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Join the Farming Revolution: Farm AI ($FAI) - Reducing Costs, Maximizing Yields, Sustaining the Environment!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What if we already permanently topped out and will never see a new ATH? Would you still participate?

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Binance Announces Exit from Canada, Citing Regulatory Tensions

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RWA Tokenization - Predict Dubai Real Estate Data with Web3 Machine Learning Models

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Giving a public talk about ML/AI how do I integrate crypto into this? Provide your perspective / insight / arguments.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[Serious] I’ve read the complete Risk Assessment Report on Decentralized Finance Services. Here’s what you should know.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Using Machine Learning To Forecast Bitcoin Price Movement (Up/Down)

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

MintLayer ($ML) Getting Listed on Gate.io, Are You Buying In?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What is web3 (links and resources)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

In your opinion, which crypto trends are here to stay and which are passing fads?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Is Mintlayer going to be the project that puts Bitcoin DeFi on the map?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

FYEO Decentralized Identity now in Private Beta

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Mosdex Expands Arbitrage Trading Support

r/BitcoinSee Post

Just watched a movie called Crypto with Kurt Russell...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Can cryptocurrency projects push AI forward to the next level?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Update on C++ DataFrame fir data analysis

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

ML libraries for predicting ETH price

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Building, optimizing and testing a Price Prediction trading algorithm for Bitcoin

r/BitcoinSee Post

Most Efficient way yo step up viable lightning payment channels

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In 2011, a person was paid 32BTC to just hold up the sign “Stop the FED! Use Bitcoin“ in public. He possibly ended up making $1.6M from this.

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Does Crypto Exchange Kraken Calculate a Wrong Trade Balance?

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Does Kraken expose its users to an increased risk of being liquidated?

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[INFORMATION] FINTRAC's VC Indicators for ML/TF Activity

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Introducing Web3 Antivirus - an autonomous Chrome extension with ML and human mind-powered algorithms behind

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Buy Cloud Nine Liquid Incense 5ml

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USPTO(US patent and trademark office) Publishes the No Limit Technology Holdings, Inc patent application

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Drone Racing League Lands Partnership with Google Cloud and Launches 2022-23 DRL Algorand World Championship Season with Drone Racing in Silicon Valley, Miami, and the Metaverse

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IGUVERSE

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

When looking ahead at the future of work and the labor economy, new technology such as blockchain, AI and ML can play a crucial role in complementing existing freelance and gig marketplaces.

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Key Reasons Web 3.0 is Needed More than Ever in Africa

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Key Reasons Web 3.0 is Needed More than Ever in Africa

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Why hasn't Big Tech adopted crypto in a Big Way?

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In which use cases is it smart to apply Machine Learning & Distributed Ledger Tech together?

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Innovative m2e

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Welcome to Jokenomics Token

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Question for the Plebs

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Fetch.ai - A sophisticated AI solution for data inefficiency.

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Fetch.ai - A sophisticated AI solution for data inefficiency.

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ML:Adventure code 👨‍💻 || Miya code 👩‍💻 Natan code 👨‍💻 Alucard code 👨‍💻

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tokenizing a statement or a prediction thereafter

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Stabledoc Token - Move2Earn - CertiK

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College Students Build a $14 Million Crypto Trading Software... And Now They Are Shutting It Down.

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CryptoDesk ($CryptD) | Audited | KYC'd & Doxxed Dev | Multi-use P2E & NFT Ecosystem | Staking | Earn APY Rewards | Upcoming Presale on Dx.App | Low Hardcap of 200 BNB | Liquidity Locked 5 Years

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Why We Need Web 3.0 or Why the Web 3.0 matters

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Why We Need Web 3.0 or Why the Web 3.0 matters

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Everyone says we need easy and cheap markets for non-KYC BTC... So I have done this.

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Everyone says we need easy and cheap markets for non-KYC BTC... So I have done this.

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Genius Yield: The Yearn Finance of Cardano. Or something more?

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Genius Yield: The Yearn Finance of Cardano. Or something more?

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Genius Yield: The Yearn Finance of Cardano. Or something more?

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Sanity Preserver ML-Quant (Blogs, Podcasts, Papers, Videos etc.....)

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MultiVerse (AI) formerly known as Hadron. Frustration within.

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ErgoPad is developing some incredible infrastructure for Ergo, along with IDOs on Cardano, and you need to know about it...

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Problems in DAO working style/efficiency?

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Crypto scams on YouTube are getting more and more common and BLATANT. Here's how we, as a crypto community can fix it.

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🤴 Royal Corgi Index. 🔐 Liquidity Locked for 5 years. 300 ML Gold Bond Backup 4.5% Back to users. 71% Burned ✔️

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🤴 Royal Corgi Index. A digital currency for everyday people representing a major step forward in the adoption of cryptocurrency worldwide 💎

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ML-Quant: A Deep Quantitative Research Dashboard

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The average person doesn't understand what "Seed Phrase" means, should we change it to something like "Don't Share Phrase"? Crypto's future is dependant on its ease of use -- UX

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Why banks need to die

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We made a platform, TradeApe.co that uses AI to analyze general market sentiments and make short term trade predictions

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SEC Risk and Recommendation section from their Stablecoin report released today

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Mempool data dump for ML Projects

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Comment 2/2 FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS: What's important to understand straight away regarding Tracelabs (parent company to subsidiary, Origintrail), is this was initially a food traceability project created while the founders were in university. It was developed as a kind of anti-trust/reassurance product that evolved into a supply chain management tool to provide consumers, and other companies, an ability to verify the origin, quality, compliance and procedural standards of a supply chain. Origintrail has evolved significantly since. Regarding revenue, their main product/service isn't actually AI - it's data, and the diverse revenue offerings that comes with it - data streams, data aggregation and processing, supply chain and logistics efficiencies, real time asset monitoring, real time asset verification/modification, consumer reassurance tools, industry standards & compliance solutions, financial models, data silo efficiencies, decentralized data marketplace (own/buy/sell datasets)... ...Basically, value from/monetization of data by any means possible. It also generates revenue from the publishing of assets on the DKG, but I'll elaborate further down below. Monetization within OT's eco system takes the form of "TRAC" token. TRAC is the economic currency token and is also, categorically, a utility token - meaning OT's entire ecosystem is dependant upon its versatile functionality, catering to payment/node incentives/network dispute mechanism/staking/governance (voting)/QA incentive and more). There is a second affiliated currency known as neuro (also developed by Tracelabs). This token however, is for AI functionality within the DKG. I'll elaborate: It's important to know, the DKG itself is inherently not an AI/LLM. The AI component comes from Neuro. Neuro itself is also not an LLM. Instead, Neuro is an AI component within OT's ecosystem that leverages various AI, ML and NLP models/techniques to provide advanced data processing, analysis and prediction, sentiment and anomaly detection, data classifications and natural language functionalities. Neuro is also capable of integrating any LLM (via APIs) only to enhance the functionality of the DKG and functionalities. The AI component utilises a method called dRAG, very similar to Meta's RAG in their AI model. The DKG itself is essentially just an advanced p2p graph database anchored to the blockchain, utilising distributed storage (each node on the network holds a portion of the data, contributing to a collective decentralized storage system). Data is secured via zero knowledge encryption, and can be further secured depending on preferred privacy settings and can even run/store data native on individual devices, nodes installed/running on. Companies/individuals either run their own nodes for full control over data security (securing sensitive/private information from the readily accessible), or can operate on publically available nodes, hosted by node runners. Data is uploaded to nodes as knowledge assets, owned by the key addresses used to upload data. Tracelabs/Origintrail offer a variety of services and SaaS solutions privately to prospective clients, to maximise their data intake/out-take/retention etc. An example of OT systems functioning is Perutnina Ptuj, a leading poultry manufacturer in Southeastern Europe. PP installed Kakaxi IoT devices to gather sensor information and images from one of their farms. Datasets included: Sensor Data, Geo Data, Traceability Data, Certificate Data, Production Data, Master Data, Transportation Data, Raw Data and more. By purchasing this data, retailers that sold Perutnina’s products under their private labels coulf reassure their consumers, stakeholders and authorities of compliance, high animal welfare standards and internally utilise the supply chain data to improve their own economical models. Users upload data, manually or autonomously, using the knowledge base for a small TRAC fee per knowledge assets published, use it to train their AI models, internal management, SOP's, sell it to consumers and the utilisation of semantic web 3 creates value from previously siloed data. Knowledge asset owners set rules pertaining to the asset, or grouping of assets (known as paranets). Rules including asset discoverability, permissions, licencing terms such as ownership, licencing/usage costs, node/validator reward payouts, usage restrictions etc. Essentially, the knowledge base has now replaced the previous data marketplaces that users bought and sold data on. Why blockchain? OT simply utilises blockchain as an immutable ledger for trustless data integrity, standardized encryption, scalability, interoperability between RWA's, web2 and web3, decentralized data marketplace and global node network (secure permissionless network, data discovery, asset connectivity/verifiability) etc, but again, primarily value is derived from countering anti-trust issues through a transparent and accessible blockchain (ledger) and mitigating data/information silos. Also, to answer an earlier concern, I believe there is feasibility also in decentralization. IMO, it eliminates the need for central/regulatory authorities that would otherwise present themselves as intermediaries or data aggregators - particularly within public sectors (health/infrastructure/education etc), minimising possible overheads and downtime. Tracelabs is able to offer custom services via private servers, but primary value proposition to clients is value from data integrity via blockchain (consumer, regulatory and public trust through blockchain transparency and immutability), value from semantic web3 capability efficiencies (SOP efficiencies), value from compliance/QA/risk mitigation efficiencies (SOP efficiencies), monetization of datasets and account settlement expedition. Closing thoughts as an investor: Personally, I see RWA use case clear as day with this one. I would like network to be more secure than what it currently is, but that also comes with adoption. Stellar base of partnerships and clients, and for years have had a functional, revenue generating product put to market. From a R:R perspective, what also makes this project speculatively valuable as an investment is you have two mutually exclusive markets within tech going parabolic at the same time, while market is trying to find confluence between them - a bull (AI) cycle within a bull (AI). The main factor driving the bubble is simply companies and investors trying to find confluence. If market adoption takes place and market finds it feasible, this will be immensely valuable. It is currently WELL underpriced, mostly due to lack of visibility. They rarely spend on any marketing, no DEX/CEX paid listings, no BS games or gimmicks in the telegrams or socials, just work.

I'm just saying: 1. Meryl Lynch owns Blackrock, 2. BoA owns ML, 3. BoA belongs to Berkshire Hathaway and own BoA. Let that sink in.

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It's not just because hardware is good because AMD/Intel have GPUs too. It's about how Nvidia nailed the software part way earlier than AMD/Intel with CUDA and all the framework and libraries based on top of it. Suddenly 95% of AI/ML tools were based on CUDA architecture, without nvidia chips, you simply cannot run your code. You would need to tweak it and nobody wants to do that. It's going to take 2 years for AMD to recover. But platforms like huggingface are going to abstract running AI data pipelines on top of any GPU chip architecture sooner or later. The question will be how dominant nvidia position will remain in the next 5 years. Any market hates monopoly because nobody likes to pay a premium for something, you start looking for ANY alternative. So the market will balance itself soon... hopefully...

Mentions:#ML#GPU
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Do you have an option for API for live data and download of historical, to facilitate training ML models?

Mentions:#API#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Starting reading ML going Infinite, say what you want but I think SBF is great person

Mentions:#ML#SBF

Overfitting is common with ML but the idea does not only apply to ML. Put simply, if your program is overfit to the data, it means your algorithm is not robust enough.

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I am not quite sure what overfitting is but if it only applies to machine learning then that is not an issue as there is no ML here.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I am not sure a lot here are against anti-ML but if in there mind they think you are, they can confiscate besides making your life a living hell until you prove they are wrong.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Loving how this sub is explaining why anti-ML is bad lmfao

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes, but highly unlikely. Debt can be managed and repaid by huge increase of productivity and then taxing that and paying the debt with it, this happen after many countries were in debt because of WW2 and then huge increase of productivity allowed many of them to pay the majority of debt. Taxing the billionaires or taxing huge companies wouldn't be enough, neither would huge decrease of government spending. Will it happen? Probably not, we see and will some increases in productivity due to LLM, ML and AI, but it probably will not be enough. And if you talk about Bitcoin being some savior, it wont be, it will be just the storage of wealth, when US Dollar plummets to the bottom, and Bitcoin value in turn skyrockets, but this is just a speculation or maybe even just wishful thinking. Plus when US Dollar some day plummets due to enormous US debt and countries and companies don't want to buy US bonds or lend USA money anymore, there will be other much worse consequences for the majority of people all around the word!

Mentions:#ML#USA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People really need to have a close look at the BankSocial multi chain wallet. The small additional cost for the extra security features is well worth it if you hold anything substantial. Secura Essentials is your round-the-clock wallet protection tool. Incoming, outgoing, and dApp connections are all monitored in real-time by **AI/ML** to reduce attacks on your wallet. In addition, we've partnered with companies like [Chainalysis]() to provide constant threat scanning of third party attacks on your wallet. With our patent pending Decentralized Recovery tool, you never have to worry about losing your key/passphrase again. Our evolutionary platform distributes key fragments to Credit Unions. [https://www.banksocial.io/personal/secura-web3-wallet-security](https://www.banksocial.io/personal/secura-web3-wallet-security)

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As someone else said, literally everyone who works in ML has tried this. As you know the outcome is only as good as your training data. And there just isn’t the consistency you are looking for.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Of course it has been done before. I know some people who use ML for trading for fun. From what I've seen, predictions on alt coins are less successful than on BTC or ETH. But even if the chance that your algorithm will make money is close to zero, you should still go for it anyway. You will learn a lot. You might need a GPU if you plan to train a deep learning NN.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Only an idiot dogmatically believes in the effecient market hypothesis. It's far too extreme a position. And people try and fail to use ML in both crypto and stocks. Is it possible? Maybe, we can't really say anything is impossible. Has it happened or is it likely to happen? No.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It may be worth trying to find seemingly unrelated trends. For example, does the fluctuations in the price or wheat match up and all? No, how about the price of salmon? No, how about the temperature of Poland? Etc. :) There really may be macro factors that affect multiple trends of unrelated things. Like how pressure changes in one country will affect the weather in another which will affect the umbrella sales in another country, which etc... ML might be able to find some entertaining stuff. At least entertaining enough to post here and watch people criticize it. :)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are indicators on TradingView that may not be AI or ML but do a fair job at predicting swings in price movements. Look up MarketCipherB (paid version) or VMC Cipher_B_Divergences (free version)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Correct. Literally my first coding project with ML was me running Eth price for the last 4 years to see if it worked. It did not.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm a biochemist-turned-ML researcher - I use ML for biomolecular interaction predictions, so finance is very left-field for me! My question stands. Has anyone actually tried it and published results? I found a few shitty GitHub repos that claim to do it, but beyond that, I haven't found any evidence of solid attempts. For your information, the efficient market hypothesis was mathematically disproven a little while ago for the stock market - infinitesimal price changes do not occur as a random walk; there is structure in the data. I suspect the same is true for crypto markets.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You’re in ML research and have never thought that someone might have tried this…? Pretty much 90% of the people that hear about the most basic form of ML *immmideately* asks wether it’s possible to predict stock prices to the point it’s a damn meme. If it was feasible to predict, it wouldn’t be profitable anymore.

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Warren is saying crypto should have 0% ML, and if it doesn't, it should be basically choked out and shut down. Of course, that's practically impossible. No FI in the world is cracked down on for batting 99.7%.

Mentions:#ML#FI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am a developer kinda new to web3 and this comment caught my eye. I built a tool not too long ago to verify metamask transactions before clicking confirm but I want to go further and build an even better tool to help people avoid scams like these. What do you mean exactly by unverified contract and 'read code' , is that how you currently go about verifying the authenticity of a contract? metamask recently started working with blockAid and it uses ML to simulate transactions before confirming and classifies it as scam or nots scam but I believe that can be strengthened further. What if the user had the capability to read and understand the translated summary / purpose of the code in plain English and the ability to view what is being transacted BEFORE the transaction takes place ? What would you think of something like that?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It would probably take an overwhelming amount of man hours to compile a list of all your transactions that would pass the 'without-a-doubt' requirement to charge you... at this time. I have no doubt in the next couple years AI/ML will easily be able to do it though. I wouldn't lean on anonymity in DEFI when used 'regularly.'

Mentions:#ML#DEFI
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I think an ML model could do much better arrive it has better training than I do.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

On the face of it, this is nonsense. A mine is a bunch of application specific integrated circuits with its algorithm sitting in burned-in-PROM (programmable read only memory). You know, ***hard-wired***. The bunch run in parallel to maximize the chances of any given ASIC guessing the 'soution to the next block'. They don't run in either SIMD or MIMD, with true parallel processing against multiple datasets. This bunch of boxes are ***really stupid***. They are the most dim-witted computers ever built. But for the one task they"re built for, they are dazzlingly, blindingly fast. You *cannot* use neural networks to optimize the operations of an ASIC . . . or multiple non-interworking ASICs. You can re-design the ASIC to run faster, optimize the algorithm itself, or run more ASICs. AFAIK them's your options. AI/ML don't get a look in. BTW, the word 'algorithm' gets misused a lot. It does not, *can not*, apply to neural networks. An algorithm is a set of fixed instructions ending with STOP. by definition, it is fixed and cannot learn. See Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming Vol 1.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Lots of bots already implement ML and some AI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know alot of things but recently started delving into ML and AI development. By tool do you mean copy their model?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Web3 diet ML

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

We've had three bitcoin halvings. Three data points is not enough for anyone to make this assumption on, and articles are a dime a dozen and just trying to get clicks, especially with the cost of written content plummeting with ML.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just a random thought - couldn’t we do some sort of semantic analysis , I.e run an ML algo from their papers vs the white paper to see if there’s a possible match from their writing styles?

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Ill recomemmend my current low cap asset: BOTTO, ML, NTX, PENDLE, HYPC, CGV, MUBI and SECOND. All of them are available in MEXC

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Thanks for your comment. I dont own any of these, but I have MintLayer (ML). I was thinking about STX but ran outta money Ill search for TRAC and ALEX, don't actually know these.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

[https://www.amazon.ca/Bitcoin-Hashrate-BM1366-Mining-Machine/dp/B0CRHF85ML](https://www.amazon.ca/Bitcoin-Hashrate-BM1366-Mining-Machine/dp/B0CRHF85ML) any idea about this? If I but this how much BTC per day I will earn assuming working 24 hours? Apparently it does not use too much electricity.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A lot of stake is on the Natural Language Understanding capabilities of the said Model. How good is it? Could you elaborate on 'Logic-based AI' and exactly what it entails? Why'd Logic Based AI not pop up in other language understanding applications if it is clearly superior to the contemporary ML-based NLP approaches?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Agoras is a token that will be fully and effectively controlled by its users. What do I mean by that? Projects in the world of blockchain claim to be decentralized but they all have a centralized development team so dev, and thus control is largely in the hands of a few rather than everyone. With Tau Net, (the platform $AGRS runs on) all development will be in control of its entire user base. Often when people say AI, they immediately think of ML based AI, there are many different types of AI. Tau Net and Agoras are based on advanced logic based AI which is able to do everything ML based can do but much more, such as giving logical proofs of correctness, enabling correct-by-construction software, collective intelligence etc. It effectively will allow users to describe software in logical sentences, and those sentences are executable in Tau's runtime so they will work as provably correct running software. Meaning that all of Tau Net's userbase will be Tau Net's developers. Users describe what they want the tokenomics should be and governance around how to change the tokenomics. Tau Net detects the agreed software and evolves the tokenomics block to block. 2. Locked token holders will be released after full Tau Net release. 3. We have not had to use any of these functions, we implement them incase our community desire us to use them and act solely based on the community's will. 4. Team are fully doxxed check the website: [Tau.net](https://Tau.net)

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1. The project is in development, we're currently on the ETH blockchain and will move to our own mainnet. 2. The Tokenomics are unique as we work on decentralizing software development and give real control over the network to the users. I'll answer questions 2 & 3 simultaneously when I explain how everything works on Tau Net. We are building an advanced logical AI specification language which enables users to describe their desired software in logical sentences and the description itself is executable in Tau Net's runtime so the resulting software is provably correct according to the description. This feature enables all users to collaboratively build Tau Net collectively alongside the entire userbase. Tau Net detects where each user agrees and disagrees, while the users also define rules for the platforms governance, which are provably adhered to. Tau Net takes the agreed specification from its users, which works as software, and puts it's own next version into the next block in the blockchain. This allows users to collectively change the system from block to block. The tokenomics will be fully in control of its users. 3. This is logic based AI. When people talk about AI they usually refer to ML based AI, there are many types of AI out there. Our advanced logic based AI is able to everything machine learning can do, plus logic, so it's able to do reasoning, provide proofs of correctness and much more 4. TLDR: Tau logic based AI > All ML AI

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logical AI is never wrong, and that's exactly the main difference. however the limits for software and hardware are 1. users need to speak in a very specific language, so the machine can understand it precisely 2. it requires much more computational resources than ML

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This makes me think of Kahnemans Thinking Slow Thinking Fast. Would it be completely inaccurate to say ML is like thinking fast (but fallibly), and Tau is like thinking slow (but accurately)? Could it even result Tau and ML complementing each other like the thinking modes of humans?

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that's easy: chatgpt, for example, will do so many mistakes. ML can't do logic. but a logical engine is never wrong

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adding to that: Maybe two points are worth mentioning, both of them are relevant to logical AI in general and not only for Tau. One is complexity: logic is much more computationally intensive than ML. Second would be the field of applications: logic is all about the written word. It deals with sentences. ML can also deal with sentences, however in a way much inferior to logical engines. But ML can also deal with, say, pictures.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Excellent questions first we need to talk about AI, there are man different types of AI. When people say AI, they're typically referring to ML based AI. We pioneer advanced logical AI. Logical AI is able to all the things machine learning AI is able to do, plus a whole heap of very important logical things, such as reasoning and being able to give a formal proof of absolute correctness etc, as you know Machine Learning gets things very incorrect sometimes and there's always a probability of incorrectness, to what degree depends on the model. Tau Net uses advanced logic based AI so that you're able to get 100% correct results according to your description. I'll explain an example. Say you describe software using Tau Net's logical AI sentences, well the description is also directly executable in Tau Net's runtime meaning that the description itself serves as software. Software of the future will look like a PDF description but will be entirely correct with proof. Further, on Tau Net, we have advantages of the software being able to refer to its own sentences, which bring me to your point of safeguarding: 2. As Tau Net has the feature of being able to refer to it's own sentences, users are able to implement rules of functionality which, for the first time in any software allows the creator to ensure undesired behaviour is rejected by the software itself. You have deep control over how updates are accepted into software in the development stage by using Tau’s complex rules and filters in what permissions are given to be able to contribute to any aspect of the software. Any update or tampering that does not comply with your embedded safety guidelines is automatically rejected by the software itself, providing an additional layer of security. Say you build the best robot in the world, with other programming languages, that software just needs to be updated for it to completely change into the worst software in the world. With Tau Language, these rules will reject even incoming updates to the system. This has never been achieved in software development in general until now. 3. We fundamentally change the concept of traditional testing. As I mentioned in my first point, all software developed using Tau Net is correct by construction according to the description, testing is no longer for bugs as each description is an executable specification, resulting in correct-by-correct by construction software. Testing is now ensuring your description is as desired. Traditional testing is obsolete. You just describe and if you want to make edits to the description, you make edits. The bugs come the description, not implementation now on Tau Net. 4. Yes, Tau Net is intended to exist across all platforms devices.

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What problems does Tau have that ML doesn't? There must be some?

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Welcome! I hope I am not late, this is really interesting topic and approach your team has taken with logic-based AI vs from my understanding ML based AIs like ChatGPT work the same as next word prediction on keyboard. > For instance, if the command "Never send private data over the network" is embedded, Tau Net will consistently honor this rule, automatically rejecting any future updates that contravene it. When using AI in dynamic systems, there are situations when system learns what parameter to take which produces errors later because it sticks to that initial parameter. Can similar happen in Tau Net? What if initial command needs changing? >On Tau Net, users are granted unprecedented control over the network. Tau Net provides an effective solution to the AI alignment problem by enabling users to define rules or embed regulations directly within its software. So my question can your AI encounter a *trolley problem* or it will just see it as tampering with the software and reject it? If not how would it deal with it? With simplicity being important for success eg ChatGPT got to 100m users in 2 months with simple to use interface. Do you see any challenges in this department?

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Depends on the purpose of mining. If you are building a neural network, you definitely don't want your trained machines to leave. That would defeat the entire purpose of training them unless it's altruistic and purposely done at an economic loss. It's like professors at a university paying to train students, only for the students to leave after 4 years. The only way this would work economically is if this isn't for AI or ML and that the subnet is just having their miners complete trapdoor functions (like in Proof of Work).

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How does logic based AI have a better understanding of things than ML AI, and how is logic based AI supposed to answer all of the things on the internet and more? What are the limits of the software and hardware. What if the logic based AI show wrong information?

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I dont get ur hate for bittensor, why would miners want to leave when there are incentives for them? U say miners can just leave the network if they want, but isnt the whole point of decentralisation to prevent any one point of attack? If 1 company that have 300 miners leaves bittensor, another 300 miners from different places will gladly replace them. Bittensor is built to be for survival of the fittest, any useless ML model for a quick cash grab is quickly faded out if no one uses it. Also, to be a participant in bittensor, you need ML knowledge to begin with, so not everyone can randomly join in, leaving those who know the true value of it to participate.

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If you have a good GPU maybe one of those Depin plays. If you have some coding / ML skills tao

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Actually it does...I can run 8000 million keys per second on my old mining rig with vanity search (c++/CUDA). I still would be lucky to get a private key in my lifetime odds wise. If you had the money and time you could easily build an ASIC which would be far more efficient, making the odds super low but not as impossible. The only hurdle would be the custom SHA-256 hashing cores optimized for brute-forcing operations. However thanks to ML there are tons of options for programmable cores.

Mentions:#SHA#ML
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Find a crypto that specializes in language modeling. Only one does so and is applying to space biology, the likes of Open AI or any other large language model do not have the capabilities of doing so. Any other crypto proclaiming AI are not constructing language models which is the tip of the spear in AI/ML today.

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I’m trying to use examples to make it a little bit bit more clear But consider the problem, right You’re asking for a Solution to a really big problem set We’re not talking about trying to find one out of several trillion trillion So you have to have a way to derive a solution from a pretty complicated mathematical formula Or to potentially find a flaw in that mathematical formula that allows such problem-solving Q computing doesn’t even have a language yet that can properly load compile and resolve this kind of a large problem It’s basically an 8086 with 1 kB ram right now Now it can solve some pretty interesting problems even with that, but we’re able to do AI/ML faster. Then we can do quantum resolution at the moment. In short, we need more everything for quantum computing to start competing with what we already have with ML By that point engineers on every block chain would fork, and prevent such a move. The advantage quantum computing provides is a multi state storage and retrieval solution Consider the problem of understanding folding by proteins Traditional logic says that protein should fold the same way every time And yet it doesn’t and truthfully, we still don’t know why And the funny thing is within the quantum world. The protein can go to anyone of those states at any time. So why does it pick one state one time and a different state a different time? A quantum computer could probably tell us the answer to something like this, but that answer is still at least seven years away. So to go back to the original question how does the math work? Well, it’s complicated. And it’s complicated because we have not yet written that story. The compiler at least a good one has not been built and at the moment I’m not sure that we even know how to build one because there is so much that we still don’t know and that we are still discovering. Take a modern computer system and go back to 1976 Now try to explain every single component to engineer at that time And while you’re at it, explain to him what an ML model is To that engineer, it would sound like science fiction That’s literally where we at today with quantum computers

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That and others like ORDI, ORDS, ML and CKB

r/BitcoinSee Comment

You just haven't read enough posts and comments. People talk about this all the time. The general consensus here is that it's totally OK to sell a small amount to cover emergency expenses, a down payment on a house, medical bills or even the full mortgage. I've actually never heard of anyone who sold it all here. What usually frowned upon is to try to time the market, aka "sell at the top" to "buy back at the bottom", because most of the time that usually ends up in losing more money than if you just kept DCAing or hodling. It is incredibly difficult to perform due to the fact that you are working against highly trained professionals and ML algorithms running on millions of dollars worth of hardware. Plus, as number goes up, you never know if it'll ever come back down to this number, so you're just selling now to buy later at a higher price and end up with less coin. The saying goes: "Time in the market beats timing the market". Noobs typically don't listen to this advice, try to time it a few time, lose money, then wizen up.

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C'mon guys, their days are gone now! We are 2024, the age od IoT , ML, AI and Bitcoin. Stop bringing up faces from the Industrial revolution.

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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

I definitely have a nice bag of STX I've been holding for a year now. It has performed great. My absolute best performing BTC L2 has been ML. Made some huge gains on that one. I searched for LBIT on gecko and CMC and couldn't find it. Want to redpill me on that?

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SQT, LCX, ML (MiltLayer)

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>ML needs very fast memory on very fast computers with very many cores and a lot of data (fast!). Blockchain doesn't help at all. The actual machine learning is not done on the blockchain. It's just a way to rent out GPU power and use the blockchain to do your administration and rent out the power. The GPU's have to do a bit of mining so they can't cheat but this is seperate from them actually doing the machine learning. So you got it completely wrong.

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How do I find coins that haven't gone up like 20X already? It seems like it's too late at this point, right? ML would have been an amazing buy 3 months ago.... I wish I could find a similar coin that hasn't exploded yet.

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OK, it's application-specific. I bought into the first page of google search. However, the miners can just sell the ASICs and lend the available electricity and buildings to whoever does the ML.

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This is the point where, as a reader, I have had my laugh and now it’s just painful to watch. The A and S in ASIC stand for ***Application Specific***. Bitcoin mining ASICs are specifically designed for one single application: calculate SHA-256 hashes. ML applications do not have a need to calculate SHA-256 hashes on the computational level available in the Bitcoin mining system. You can’t reprogram an ASIC to do something else. If you want an ASIC to do something else, you design it, you don’t (and can’t) repurpose a ASIC designed for something else. Thus the hardware currently used for cryptocurrency mining will never be able to be used for AI/ML/DL computation unless there is some very odd application in that space that suddenly needs a massive number of SHA-256 hashes calculated (hint: there isn’t).

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It runs decentralised AI and ML for logistics and finance applications. RNDR has better use case as AI workloads are less intensive than graphics, and render does both and already has major partnerships and customers. Got both, and INJ also worth looking at in this segment.

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> My research shows that ASICs can be used to solve ML tasks Liar

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Yeah. Just speak with any seasoned AI/ML Engineer. So many now say that the suits are suddenly LLM/GenAI experts and ask using it for the dumbest things. So e of my friends in this space want to go back to their previous research that they were working on prior to the LLM boom. AI as a tool is great but it’s known for very long AI winters and this summer will end soon. When guys in suits are suddenly experts I’d be worried.

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Chiefs ML

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> They're just NOW starting to touch the genre What a strange thing to say about a company that started including a “Neural Engine” in their processors in 2017 (meaning work on that started at least a decade ago). It’s highly-specialized and expensive hardware meant entirely for accelerating ML/“AI” workloads. As for OP’s question, there’s no chance Apple ever holds any bitcoin assets or adds any sort of support within Apple Pay. It’s fiscally irresponsible and counter to their environmental goals.

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Interesting, is this a viable topic for a thesis in computer engineering? If so you're lucky, I wasn't allowed to do investment related stuff even if it was in relation to bitcoin! You could use fixed percentages of profit where you sell certain portions of the accumulated btc. You could survey people here on the percentage levels they plan on next cycle and extrapolate backwards. I'd also recommend testing the indicator from αlphasquared. It's using ML to source data market data and estimates the btc risk. It's used to DCA in and out, sounds like something fitting your paper. They have a backtesting tool already but I'm sure you can do your own. You can benchmark everything against a Lump sum strategy as well. I had a few ideas for the paper I wasn't allowed to write so feel free to DM!

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You cant move from ML to Fidelity if its your retirement account right?

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SEC case was 2020. XRP was delisted from most exchanges. You absolutely can blame most of the lack of price action from the SEC case. Where were you even going to buy XRP, Uphold? Yes, Uphold, where you could buy $2,500/day…. Why should XRP stay at $.90 or pump well beyond $.60 right now? The trial with the SEC is set for April. Speaking with Ripple Employees, they’ll tell you the SEC case will be done with by end of the year. “You don’t see people getting hyped on XRP”. Cool. That’s the beautiful thing, I don’t know how much it matters if you or many retail investors get excited about XRP. I consult global operations. Ripple Labs is a 1,200 employee enterprise, growing at 5%+ FTE growth per year. They have revenue and can use XRP to continue M&A activity to scale further. They are an enterprise grade crypto company. If BTC and ETH are the largest two by market cap, Ripple Labs is #1 by headcount and overall ability to execute at an enterprise level. Most consumers will understand video games, and other use cases. Retail traders can get hype on AI/ML, etc. At no point in your post did I see anything that I would consider relevant information into going into an investment hypothesis. Just hearsay, speculation, and naivety. If I were invested in Ripple Labs’ XRP token, I would stick to reviewing things like GTM strategies, which were announced at their global “Swell” event. I’d review revenue numbers, customer count, M&A activity, etc. But you got a feeling huh? If you have an actual counter thesis, that would be interesting to read. Post that when you get time

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Pull your cash for ML and buy Bitcoin on Cashapp and tranfer it to a cold wallet eventually

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I did really good on $ML. But I sold a third of my bag after only 5x. I had 120k ML I purchased at $.025. Still have alot but I wish I hadn't sold any. I did really well with $IRON too. Not quite as good but still really well. Check my new post: low cap gems pt. 2. I will do part 3 next month. I'm still building positions in the part 3 gems. I have my stack of $CELL already so I can drop that one for you.

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r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

OP must have made a killing on $ML, nicely spot. Too bad I only found this post now.. Got any more of those low cap gems?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes, because ML, quantum and AI are magic tools and FBI is just waiting for the right moment. Also DeFi and you can guess Satoshi's private key because there are a finite number of possibilities. I am sure you have no clue about ML, AI, quantum computing or Bitcoin's technicalities but here you are asking questions as if you have an idea.

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AI does not exist. LLMs don't "think" and are not "intelligent." ML and AI can't "hack bitcoins network" or "break the blockchain somehow."

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Why do you think it hasn't been tried? What's ML? QC and AI don't exist yet.

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I'm not certain about ML, but I do know that KAS is performing exceptionally well, a price I didn't expect. Hopefully, PEAQ will follow suit, matching or even surpassing KREST, given its growing ecosystem. Looking forward to developments later this year.

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For sure. I had some huge profits on $ML and $KAS

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This pales in comparison to what's coming from AI/ML growth and no one seems to give a shit about that 🤷

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's an ML Algorithm that classifies btc price into a risk score from 0-100. 0 is bear market bottom and 100 is a bulltop. Based on that you can build a DCA in- or out-strategy. The metric was showing 0-5 risk between 15-20k at the recent bottom, so safe to say it worked perfectly. Can't wait to DCA out. I'll start selling chunks as soon as we hit 75 risk and upwards.

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I definitely have a bag of ICP I bought near the bottom. I have been stoked about the performance lately. This is a thread about microcaps though, which I have had my best gains in. Im looking for the next KAS or ML.

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Admittedly the models or training state itself existing on a Blockchain is fairly useless, what I am talking about is splitting training/inference up to allow partial distributed training on old/consumer hardware, e.g. 1GB VRAM, and then earning "mining rewards" for providing that fraction of idle GPU power accordingly. It's less about utilising Blockchain technology directly and more about using it as a reward/distribution system of a cryptocurrency token instead. I think we have had cryptocurrency mature for long enough now to realise not everything has to be on chain to be useful. Economising GPUs for ML is more useful than 95% of cryptocurrency projects and chains available today right? Rewarded for loaning GPU power, and if you want to utilise the network for training/inference it costs the reward token in payment to do so. Supply and demand, and decentralised GPU compute. Perhaps all too pie in the sky today but this will happen at some stage whether it's a good idea or not

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I've the same background as you, got pulled into the blockchain stuff through some talks about AI by someone not necessarily working with blockchain in the first place. Was a talk with Dawn Song on Lex Fridman podcast. One of his earlierst guests, when the podcast was mostly just about AI with 'unknown' scientists. So why AI + blockchain? Its due to the ability to access data otherwise not accessible for models. The combination of TEEs + blockchain allows for the ability to let your ML models work with data without ever seeing the exact data used or being able to see the solution of it. Examples are how Instagram started using this combination around 1-2 years ago, to calculate racial bias of users without themselves having access to the users race. Probably too late to the party for you to actually read this reply, but you'll never know.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

IMO it's 90% buzzwords. AFAIK most AI/ML-related web3 projects are focused on settling transactions for cloud services and datasets, or coordinating governance and other functions related to code, data and protocols. I know nothing about markets but I DAO with a couple investors in the space and they don't seem to be too hyped up about AI. They *do* seem interested in the power of genAI to improve the effectiveness of web3 and blockchain projects, particularly in decentralized workgroups where coordination challenges can severely effect overall org competency.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AI's potential in crypto is real, not just hype!Imagine decentralized AI networks and advanced ML algorithms securing and optimizing blockchains.Now THAT'S a bullrun worth cheering for!

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