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

Can cryptocurrency projects push AI forward to the next level?

Update on C++ DataFrame fir data analysis

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ML libraries for predicting ETH price

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

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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.

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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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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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Did you ever make it with low supply, dirt cheap coins?

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TRADERVERSE | Social Media Platform for Traders | ML & A.I. | Streaming Platform | Creator Economy

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Get in the line boys! Its time for the daily Hopium™!

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Started on a python script yesterday. It will use: df['twitter_sentiment'] = df['twitter_sentiment'].replace(to_replace=['positive', 'neutral', 'negative'], value=[1, 0, -1]) df['news_sentiment'] = df['news_sentiment'].replace(to_replace=['positive', 'neutral', 'negative'], value=[1, 0, -1]) df['google_trends'] = (df['google_trends'] - df['google_trends'].mean()) / df['google_trends'].std() df['transactions'] = np.log1p(df['transactions']) df['mining_hash_rate'] = np.log1p(df['mining_hash_rate']) df['reddit_activity'] = np.log1p(df['reddit_activity']) df['inflation'] = (df['inflation'] - df['inflation'].mean()) / df['inflation'].std() df['stock_market'] = (df['stock_market'] - df['stock_market'].mean()) / df['stock_market'].std() df['holders'] = np.log1p(df['holders']) df['unique_holders'] = np.log1p(df['unique_holders']) df['growth'] = (df['growth'] - df['growth'].mean()) / df['growth'].std() df['world_population'] = np.log1p(df['world_population']) df['future_prediction_holders'] = np.log1p(df['future_prediction_holders']) df['future_prediction_users'] = np.log1p(df['future_prediction_users']) As inputs to TRY and predict the btc price. Thanks for the dates btw. If anyone can think of more data useful for btc price prediction (i know it's pretty impossible to predict the future, but I've predicted sales and demand PRETTY close with ML before so, worth a try :) I will ofc also use btc historical prices, and for each major price movement either up or down, I will webscrape a buuunch ofweets and news a week before it happened, and EVERYDAY until it stabilized, to try and find out why, EXACTLY why. I just remembered i need to add btc kept in wallets vs exchanges, and the Flow (is more being kept on or off etc + whale data)

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I can see the utility of using x coin or token to pay for AI services. Or maybe create a blockchain that's (almost) all AI driven, ofc someone will need to be in need to actually proofread the code and fix the bugs. But an AI driven burn, where ML uses linear algebra and statistics for prediction about the number of holders, transactions, etc. Algorithms based on linear models, such as linear regression, principal component analysis, etc, are the bedrock of ML. When it comes to the confidence of the predictions, the Bayesian models, a popular family of ML models, rely on statistical techniques for estimating probabilities and making predictions. Here could an AI driven blockchain can use thousands of inputs to calculate the % burn needed per day to avoid inflation or, worse, hyperinflation. Probability theory, statistics, and linear algebra also make up decision trees in ML. Say you want to predict 100 outcomes for the token or coin price, if btc was to fall, if Wall Street was to crash, if the euro crashes, if ethereum flips btc and so on. Idk where AI coins are headed, but that's what I can think of on the top of my head. That and using AI integrated with gaming tokens and/or NFT's

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Not really. The entire concept makes zero sense on its face; you can't run ML models on-chain, and anyone who claims they are is certainly lying or misrepresenting the truth.

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How would that work, even in principle? Cryptocurrency chains use a great deal of processing power relative to the simplicity of the operations they're performing because of the decentralization and added cryptography. Large AI/ML models need cutting edge specialized hardware to run, and are already running into low-level limits on memory bandwidth all the time. They're about as diametrically opposed as you can get in terms of requirements, and that's before we get into the issue of data sets and training.

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> what AI crypto coins do They exist to sell hype to fools, that's pretty much it. You can't do ML/AI computations on-chain, so anything else claiming to be "AI coins" is at best just the equivalent of selling you fake private stock shares.

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> Seems pretty awesome. It sounds like complete fantasy utterly devoid of any connection to reality, and if you believe the pitch you just spat out, someone's taking you for a ride. There is absolutely no world in which running large ML models on a cryptocurrency blockchain would ever be more efficient than running them directly on hardware. Efficiency wasn't even the point of cryptocurrency blockchains in the first place. What you're saying is a bit like bolting a car to a cargo ship, then claiming you've opened up international shipping to drivers.

Mentions:#ML

As someone that works in AI/ML professionally.. crypto needs to still needs to progress in some basic areas, like UI/UX before we even think of getting AI involved.. People don’t understand how difficult it is to harness correctly and most important, ethically.

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Right, as someone that’s in the AI/ML space professionally- a small piece of me dies most of the times I hear people talk about it like the have any clue what’s going on. That said, actually a good post OP and genuinely appreciate your thoughts on this

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Because AI ecosystem. There's like 6+ projects building that use AI, elderly healthcare, personal health tracker, lending GPU power for ML services, and so on

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As someone that has worked in AI/ML for a decade, don’t invest in any AI crypto - I don’t think people have the slightest understanding of how expensive and difficult it is to harness. That said, probably a good trade narrative

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Developer, but also an investor. I'm using many GitHubs from NFT/Web3 projects (Ctsi, Unq, Dia, Ocean, and Ar). I lead with tons of data and I'm aiming to build something related to Geoprocessing for Ph.D that can use AI/ML. It'd also be nice to use NFTs to tokenize some packs of informations.

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I like fetch.ai, the concept is really cool. Decentralized data sharing for ML models. Already some pretty cool use casesz, like the parking app that allows for cars to coordinate and optimize parking spots https://medium.com/fetch-ai/experience-the-future-of-mobility-with-fetch-ais-eb30ba588fb4

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In Computer science: ML: basically stats to make decisions. See "decision tree learner". Basically, trying to change numbers and factors around until you can correctly predict one value based off many variable inputs. AI: adding in conditionals and structure to make that more intelligent. For example, Game AI for enemies in video games will follow a set "patrol" path, shoot at you if you get too close to them, throw grenades at you if they've already seen you but you're hiding behind cover. You can add ML to AI to make AI smarter.

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In Computer science: ML: basically stats to make decisions. See "decision tree learner". Basically, trying to change numbers and factors around until you can correctly predict one value based off many variable inputs. AI: adding in conditionals and structure to make that more intelligent. For example, Game AI for enemies in video games will follow a set "patrol" path, shoot at you if you get too close to them, throw grenades at you if they've already seen you but you're hiding behind cover. You can add ML to AI to make AI smarter.

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As someone in the AI/ML/CloudComputing field for years… don’t. AI and ML is insanely expensive to run, and most real life businesses can’t even leverage it properly today. If you’re looking for a trade, then it could be a good narrative. But if you’re looking for investment, you might as well set your money on fire because any “AI Crypto” you invest in todays market is a complete farce.

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I would say currently we are seeing advanced ML and not true AI but thats just IMO

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It depends on what your view of a hack is. Pretty much the vast majority of “hacks” are some form of social engineering to get user credentials. Whether that is by spoofing calls, phishing emails, engagement, and tying it in with OSINT or information collated from data dumps. Basic measures about staying safe online, using silo email addresses, 2FA, password generators, and ensuring for transactions you review the key thoroughly, and keep your seeds very safe you’re not going to have issues. Despite what people might say though, Crypto is rife with fraud, and the easy international transfer of funds and anonymity behind addresses means it’s a great incentive for fraud and ML

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It has accelerated in the last 10 years. I am an chief systems architect for a Fortune 500. Just 10 years ago I could hold all of the information I needed for an enterprise in my head. The complexity of systems today, and the raw processing power being used, is several standard deviations away from 10 years ago. Under the hood, the ML and AI systems are almost beyond human comprehension, and that is just the parts I see in my job. Look at companies like OpenAI or HyperGiant. HyperGiant is using AI to engineer algae to combat climate change. Accessible Crispr technology, people bio hacking in their garages, DNA immunizations, DNA targeted drug therapy. Stuff is getting weird out here in tech.

Mentions:#ML#DNA

As someone that has worked in the AI/ML field for a decade, this crypto+AI shit lately is super cringe

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The statement makes sense if he's referring to new technologies. Web3 isn't a new technology, it's a proposed future "network state" that is based on advanced technologies. In fact, AI/ML is often proposed as one of the foundational traits of Web3 (along with Distributed Computing/Ledgers/Clouds, AR/VR, Cryptocurrency, and Quantum Computing). Either that or he's gaslighting everyone because the idea of a decentralized, permission-less, P2P global network gives him a Micro*softie*. If Satoshi and Gates had swapped lives, we'd have Microsoft LibreOffice™️ and Bitcoin©️ would be proprietary... and probably called Bitcorp... ©️

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Have you read Fragmented Future? It doesn’t explicitly tie the web to tech, which web3 is attempting to do. Web2 was about the consumption and creation of web content among nontechnical content creators. It also misunderstands the difference in the internet and the web, which is understandable, since at the time they were very interchangeable, but the difference was there. Web3 is based on the idea of a decentralized web…which according to Tim Berners Lee was a part of Web2 (which I heard at a conference I was at where he talked). His idea of a decentralized web is far beyond what “web3” is doing. I don’t think web3 is not a thing, but crypto, NFTs, and blockchain will not drive it as people think. The fact that they are tying a web version term to specific tech is bizarre. I’ve seen some articles including AI and ML into it as well, but that is a new portion of web3. So does that make it web4?

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You can get started by looking into the top AI/Data based projects such as The Graph, OCEAN Protocol and Fetch AI. GRT is an indexing protocol for querying data, OCEAN is a data exchange focused on data monetization and unlocking data for AI, while FET is an AI and ML platform.

Do you work on AI/ML solutions? I do. We are about to disrupt entire established industrial applications with it. Millions of people made obsolete with relatively simple algorithms. "highly over exaggerated"

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They are using AI/ML to convince you to buy their token. Do not buy a token promising to make a product unless you’ve got insider information imo.

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Nice bot. We all know that bitcoins personality does change over time. ML isn't my field but with traditional algos I genetically optimise the current cycle and walk forward every month. How do you ML guys do things, do you retrain your model in a similar fashion? I think you would make more money using machine learning to predict volatility. If you paired this with an options straddle, you'd have a nice little system.

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Having read a reviewed a few journal papers proposing federated machine learning using blockchain protocols, I personally find it very vague and hardly a viable way to do any serious ML. There isn't much one can gain from sticking blockchain in ML. The fact it's feasible to do it does not imply it's reasonable to do it. That said, I've seen my share of unreasonable things happen in this space so I learned to never judge these claims based on technical aspects. This may very well happen whilst still making little or no sense at all.

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Vector Space AI (VXV) is my choice. Here's info from there Discord: ​​Here are some answers to the most common questions regarding the VXV token's utility. Our products are based on the VXV utlility token connected to datasets which power everything and equity is based on SBIO.  The core utility is based on data security and the VXV wallet-enabled API using code that does a check on the hashed API key and wallet address. Core functionality is operational and active. https://vectorspacebio.science/demo/ https://vectorspacebio.science/finance/ Data provenance and security based on on-chain hashing of customer datasets is a must as datasets represent the new attack surface in AI/ML. Datasets power all of AI and ML. Securing them and providing provenance, lineage and governance on-chain in an immutable way can only be done with blockchain. Add to that the VXV wallet-enabled API which uses the wallet address as an API key for access to the datasets. Lookup data provenance and do your research. VXV/SBIO is the only crypto that works directly with language models in collaboration with our scientific labs in space biosciences including Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), University of California Berkeley (UCB), University College London (UCL), Imperial College of London (ICL), IFO Rome, City of Hope and McGill University along with our industry collaborators in language modeling including Oracle, NVIDIA and Morningstar. We're developing entirely new products in collaboration with Oracle and NVIDIA which will of course utilize correlation matrix datasets where data provenance and security are managed by VXV and the VXV wallet-enabled API. So will you be allocating SBIO to VXV holders? We will for certain, that's always been our plan, for VXV holders to hold shares/equity in VSB. We just need to make sure we do it the right way. https://archive.ph/5plvg  And this is why we're registering SBIO as a security with the US SEC/Finra. Being registered and fully regulated is now the future. VXV is a utility token and will fall under the umbrella of its registered and fully regulated parent company, Vector Space Biosciences, Inc.  The VXV utility is vast. Let me drop you the technical wall of text: 1. Design and generate datasets 2. Machine-to-machine transactions using VXV inside a specialized exchange for datasets where datasets are bought and sold similar to a crypto or stock exchange. 3. Access and distribution of datasets based on the VXV wallet-enabled API key used by customers to access Vectorspace AI datasets from revenue distribution partners such as S&P Global Market Intelligence, Bloomberg, Neudata, CloudQuant or Microsoft Azure. 4. On-chain data provenance, lineage, validation and governance: If you don't know where your data came from, you're flying blind. The VXV token tracks all changes to datasets by assigning immutable ownership to each change in the dataset. 5. Retail subscriptions: Access to thematic baskets, smart baskets for stocks and cryptos 6. VXV wallet-enable API: A. Based on the amount and type of VXV in a wallet, access to hundreds of tiered service levels offered by the VXV dataset platform for greater accuracy, precision or profit. B. Based on the amount and type of VXV in a wallet, access to hundreds of API parameters which enable greater accuracy, precision or profit. 7. Optionally, the VXV wallet can be enabled as a wrapped asset that can be traded on an seperate exchange Basically the value of datasets are directly tied to the token. It is built to be scarce.

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I work in ML research and this is by far the smartest reply in this thread

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Not going to speculate by OPs history says he's been depositing crypto in cdc in order to withdraw it to fiat. Crypto.com needs to KYC clients. If someone starts using a crypto exchange and sending big amounts of crypto into it and converting it to fiat, it raises money laundering flags. OP also said he's been converting to fiat and using cdc visa for groceries. Also appears that he have moved to Germany from another country (I did the same, but without moving crypto). The process is confusing and these processes need to be in place to avoid ML and TF. Crypto.com does not offer the best customer support service but trust me, they are not actively trying to steal money. Just trying to avoid being involved in **potential** money laundering cases.

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If you don't consume then you don't get the utility of things. For example you don't put off buying a computer because it may be cheaper next year. Then next year comes and you could just say the same thing and keep deferring the purchase. All the time you are lacking the utility of a computer. For nearly everything we buy is because we have the money to afford it and need it now. Here's a podcast on the issue: [https://open.spotify.com/episode/5jfxmX2ML5sa7SXfUxpbZF?si=4gabMmP3Tt-jpHG-1YLhUQ](https://open.spotify.com/episode/5jfxmX2ML5sa7SXfUxpbZF?si=4gabMmP3Tt-jpHG-1YLhUQ)

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Let's get more gen-pop onboarded smoothly before we start talking about AI and crypto.. and as someone that has worked in AI/ML for a decade, no one knows wtf they're talking about when they try to describe AI/ML.

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>There’s no law saying they have to show transactions to the government. They legally have to show what we bought though. This is the same thing, no? There's no mention of them sharing your wallet address, or your addresses transactions. Only transactions made within your Coinbase account, *which is* them showing what you bought. If you want to be paranoid look into what Chainanalysis is able to do using your IP address, collected through any public node/RPC. The government already knows everything, and what they don't they're collecting and using in ML anyway.

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That's not quite how ML works ...

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AI and ML are essential technologies that will be applied in a Web3 era. We need more projects building on it!

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I assume you don’t know what data mangling means, that is the part that provides privacy in ML models. Accept new things? Bah, it would be more credible if you would even know the terms.

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Smh here i am replying again, it has to do with the privacy of the user moreso than ML, but you just fail to get that part which is fine. Not everyone can accept new things.

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Typical cultist reply. Permission management has basically nothing to do with ML part. No wonder people laugh at cryptobros

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I claim bullshit on that, super unlikely that they would use crypto in any actually meaningful part of ML processing flow.

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Maybe not necessarily for AI, but I could see blockchain being useful for ML. Models need data and in some cases sensitive data (like what race someone is or his/hers medical history). Blockchain could help provide this by functioning as a data marketplace where verifiable sensitive information is provided without giving away the identity of the user. This way you can create models to for example look at the bias social media algorithms have towards a certain race without the social media company ever having access to the origin/identity of individual data points.

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Not at the volumes ML models need, crypto cannot cover even 0,0001% of transactions needed.

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AI/ML user with more than 15 years of experience chiming in. ML needs very large datasets, crypto is very much not suited for such volumes. No hope.

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AI & ML models need a bunch of data, blockchain or to be more specific confidential chains can help protect users personal data and give the user ownership over their own data & generated data. If users want to sell their own data they could do so by choosing what to sell and who can use it without revealing their own identity. So blockchain would in my opinion be the ideal tech for creating better models with the use of more data and more sensitive data.

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Enron took a few years for prosecution. Binance ML charge was from 2018. The USA moves slow. Sam won’t go down until a few years from now.

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The issue is all in the training. If someone spent a few dollars training GPT to understand this subreddit they'd be indistinguishable from any one of us. It's just generally public ML/AI doesn't contain niche training sets like that. It's a good thing there's no profit motive to do something like that in here!! (We'd have no way to tell) I've seen training sets on Solidity that can already code pretty good smart contracts, but not public use yet afaik. This place is about to get a whole lot messier, complex, and I don't think anyone is ready for it. We make fun of people for falling for the Nigerian Prince email scam but we are barely a couple years from ourselves falling for the 'Our child phoned and needs $1000 XMR to get out of a hostage situation' scam, or the 'finding out SBF was a bot this entire time' scam.

Mentions:#ML#XMR

No it would not make it illegal to train ML algorithms. These algorithms rely on web scrapers that take data all across the internet, copyrighted or not. Web 3 would allow users to enctypt thier data and allow web scapers and entities to use it freely or to be able to sell thier data.

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Right? > Its researchers can predict financial crises three years in advance using machine learning to aggregate predictions from different models. It doesn't matter how many models you make or how fast you make them. Without new outcomes to evaluate their effectiveness (i.e. new financial crises) there's nothing for the ML algorithm to learn. Three years out, my ass. Such bullshit.

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I guess it used to be recycled coin/token shilling for karma, now it's crypto CEO bashing. Should have a proposal on using some ML to predict an originality score for a comments that then weights the karma.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True. Most people have no idea about AI/ML development but as someone from the industry I completely agree. Until it's open-sourced and verifiable, one should assume it's always a PR stunt. Same shit happened with AlphaZero vs Stockfish match - TPU machine vs outdated version of classical engine running on 1 core CPU; 0 willingness to make a proper public match with comparable hardware - answer is simple - their "revolutionary" AI would get destroyed by old-school iterative deeepening / brute force engine. But who cares, with good PR team you can get away with almost anything (like Musk back in the day).

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This looks suspicious... ![gif](giphy|4YWtPFasSBZMFrs7ML)

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tldr; Mitsubishi Logistics has harnessed the power of blockchain to allow clients to track outsourced pharmaceutical shipments. The company in 2015 launched a refrigerated delivery service that meets stricter standards for the transportation of drugs. Its new ML Chain platform allows clients to see when shipments changed hands, as well as their temperature. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Industry 4.0 is a term for connected industrial process control. The actual content of it, meaning higher software stacks and more distributed data processing is already a norm in other industries like IT. ML already exists as a common place tool for say, retail webstores. It's not that common in industrial processes. Industry 4.0 specifically relates to the digitization of the industrial process.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I learned how to use supervised ML techniques and regression algorithms to make price predictions and also made money using OCEAN data farming.

Mentions:#ML#OCEAN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Even if Bored Apes aren’t being used for ML, most of the sales are by current owners just trading them back and forth. Price manipulation. Sure, there may be some real people actually bidding on these that don’t own a Bored Ape, but the reality is definitely the former.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

While you’re right about the media. I don’t think that comment about Michael Lewis is fair. Even if he did make that story line, his book isn’t even out yet. He has an excellent track record of not being fawning for his characters, while also not being a trope hit piece. Let’s not mix up junk journalism missing SBF (when that’s their job), with ML telling the story of what happened after the fact.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I feel like this when the AI or ML suggest words for conversations or emails

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I was stuck to BTC to 100k for a while since 2019 , now I'm happy BTC will go directly to 1ML skipping the other intermediate steps

Mentions:#BTC#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean honestly the harshest and most relevant critics of cryptocurrency come from within the community itself. But that is constructive criticism with the intent of improving the ecosystem. There are haters and disbelievers during every technology cycle, integrated circuits, personal computing, the internet, smart phones, AI/ML, Blockchain. It's a tough pill to swallow that the complexity of the world is increasing exponentially and that only those that invest the time, energy, sweat and pain to understand these dense, difficult, esoteric concepts will be able to meaningfully gain from these developments. It's a lot easier to just call bullshit and sit back smug and satisfied.

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tldr; Web3 Antivirus is an autonomous Chrome extension with ML and human mind-powered algorithms behind. It audits smart contracts and protects you from signing dangerous transactions or dealing with suspicious assets. The solution redirects to a separate screen to alert phishing, supports MetaMask and grows with new wallet integrations. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#ML#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's... nonsense. I mean, sure it can distract, but I'm more distracted by blocky faces stuttering because half the world is still living in rural North Korea feels like - never mind the insanity of webcam mics ruining the last bit of utility having a meeting like that provides. Especially in a workplace setting where you aren't buddy-buddy with other folks and can't really tune into individual registers. Webcams are about as good as we can expect them to be without some nifty ML-research finding its way into production, beyond that it's still utter garbage and infinitely more distracting than the alternatives. Also: all this generalization doesn't help anyone's argument. Some environments don't require us to communicate visually at all. Plenty of companies would love for remote instructions and operative training procedures to find their way into people's homes (same for those people), simply because there is no alternative short of flatscreen Gmod. You can't train folks to use jack shit with a webcam, it's just a slightly different talking modality which neither VR nor the ominous "metaverse" promises, if anyone would bother to actually read Neal Stephenson rather than pretend they know the name. It isn't even trying to do the same, although it most definitely could do all of that better. We're clearly not there yet, vestibular issues aside, there are still plenty of reasons why it won't ever be completely compatible with all folks. Still better than nothing if you spend half a minute thinking it through.

Mentions:#ML#VR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm working on a project now as the CTO and Head of Dev. We are in stealth mode, but here are the fundamentals: Decide what you want on chain versus off chain. Decide on L1 and L2 chains. Pick a chain. Pick a dev platforms. We picked Django because of security, scalability and python. Python because we have extensive ML components and have a need for many python compatible libraries. We are using Remix to write, test, and deploy our smart contracts. Do everything in dockers and compartmentalize. This is going to be key. Everything you do, do with UX, security, scalability, and profitability on mind and in that order. TEST. TEST. TEST, and Test More. Decide who's going to do what, get the money, do the work, and profit.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe you meant to type deep learning anti-malware as malware doesn't use deep learning. AV and EDR solutions on the market are significantly less secure than a deep learning anti-malware solution. The longer the neural network trains, the faster the detection and prevention occurs. I've seen a deep learning solution block 99.9% of zero day phishing, backdoor, ransomware, and other attacks compared to an enterprise level machine learning solution where the deep learning solution was able to prevent the attack in milliseconds before the malware's data could even write 1KB to the disc meanwhile the ML solution allowed the malware to write on the disk for a few seconds before detecting and preventing the malware from further propagation.

Mentions:#AV#EDR#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Any captcha that isn't easily solvable with ML can easily be forwarded to a kid in an impoverished nation for a fraction of a penny.

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

What's 70 and 58? Nasdaq composite was about 16.1k in November and now about 10.6k. [https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/%5EIXIC/?guccounter=1&guce\_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce\_referrer\_sig=AQAAAG9ML3HIWpaDQ5oZEyEUs\_fwBlQA10SBl5ywrllCH4C7SlaMTHkrvsKGXY6YN\_UYS12yVa0q0IE1KW8WE7FSP3kosObWPgT2ao9cRgO8HJ5xz6oi\_IRr8QqtwI4v-GemIASJK0C15RyIteov7cKl1vN44Q9KuRJj8sjW1HIGN76A](https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/%5EIXIC/?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAG9ML3HIWpaDQ5oZEyEUs_fwBlQA10SBl5ywrllCH4C7SlaMTHkrvsKGXY6YN_UYS12yVa0q0IE1KW8WE7FSP3kosObWPgT2ao9cRgO8HJ5xz6oi_IRr8QqtwI4v-GemIASJK0C15RyIteov7cKl1vN44Q9KuRJj8sjW1HIGN76A)

Mentions:#Ly#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Are you serious? They gotta be one of the companies at the forefront of ML. Pytorch is used by almost anyone doing anything with ML.

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm sorry but how do you have larger numbers than the thread that I posted earlier today? I thought 1ML Was the standard in between lightning progress?

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

You could potentially be helpful in algorithms for things like user recommendations and search if you’re good at ML. You can add me on discord Trevolt#5648 to keep in touch

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm undergrad, but I have experience with ML and UI.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fair. And he does have other interests - longevity being one, and focusing on AI/ML more closely lately, plus views on social/political and governance issues. But while he’s stepped away more from developer and research management, I don’t ever see him giving up talking about Ethereum and the things he’s passionate about.

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

https://youtu.be/am7L648-ML0

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yep!! Uses AI & ML, and predicted millions of protein structures. I've attended talks by the founder of deep mind, the company that made Alpha fold. They originally made alpha go you may have heard of? It beat the worlds best go players using AI, making moves a professional would never make! Anyhow, he is an absolute genius.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So just used to run an oracle? I haven't looked much into AI on blockchain, but I would definitely be cautious about anything "Artificial Intelligence" or "Machine Learning" in this space. These are catch-phrases that are VERY FREQUENTLY used to fleece less technical investors out of money. As in, it is actually very easy to apply ML methods to data analysis problems, but they are absolutely unnecessary in many cases. But technically you are using unsupervised ML code, and investors are currently throwing money at people that use these methods without having any idea what they are throwing money at.

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

You may well be right. The ML thread hasn’t been deleted by reddit.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[sent](https://algoexplorer.io/tx/VWL2CQDX5EMEDRDN7KVQ75ML52NJO5ORMFWKJN5FLWQE2YBFHDAA) some, will send more later when my pirate NFTs sell ;D

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here is my brief ELI5 summary (corrections are more than welcome): * Monero uses a ring signature that makes it hard to determine who the real sender is. In theory, it is equally likely to be one of 11 wallets, meaning just guessing (like rolling a dice with 11 equally possible sides) would give you the correct answer around 9% of the time. * Your coins are used in other people's signatures too, so this obfuscation compounds over time, meaning you would have to guess the correct sender multiple times in a row. 9% of 9% is less than 1% (after just two ring signatures). * The paper investigates the question of whether anyone can improve their guessing chance with on-chain data alone (KYC, time zone data, or non-custodial wallets would increase this more). * The researcher made various Monero transactions to themselves and gathered data. * This allowed them to have a collection of transactions where they knew the sender, recipient, and amount. * They used machine learning on the data and were able to improve their luck to 13% per ring signature (which is close to 1/8, I.e. they can rule 3 signatures out). This issue still exists, but is mitigated by the fact that Monero recently increased the ring size to 16 (and will likely continue to be increased). The gain is also quite small, but not something that should be ignored (as ML models could potentially improve as well). I’m guessing further research will be done on that.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just **7 months** ago one Bitcoin would buy you a Mercedes-Benz ML-Class (Average MSRP: $63,566). Today it only gets you a shitty ass Kia Seltos (Average MSRP: $22,590). ​ This is just 7 months ago. Just 7 months.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

When you do an analysis of the cost to doing business under the current KYC/AML standards vs the benefit these requirements provide in curbing ML, you see that this is an extreme mismatch. I’ll look for the report and share. Now on terrorist financing, this is a problem that is much deeper to crypto. Ultimately, any new tool will be used by nefarious actors, just like the internet is used to spread terrorist propaganda. Shall we implement a firewall to monitor all interactions on the internet in order to stop it? (Oh wait, we have with the NSA and things are still not better, our privacy is just gone forever…) Why would you implement extremely harmful regulation to normal people to limit what nut jobs do in countries half a world away? This doesn’t make sense to me and I cannot understand why someone would consider these laws good.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

IguVerse GameFi app redefines the whole concept of NFT using AI / ML technologies. Unique user-generated NFTs will become the new standard NFT 2.0, dethroning faceless collections.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Have you heard about $IGU #iguVerse, a cool new project. IguVerse GameFi app redefines the whole concept of NFT using AI / ML technologies. Unique user-generated NFTs will become the new standard NFT 2.0, dethroning faceless collections. In our GameFi app, we introduce an innovative game mechanic Socialize to Earn, along with two more Earn concepts - Move to Earn and Play to Earn, where users can complete simple tasks like sharing pet photos on social media or walking and feeding them to get rewards.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Is there any blockchain project already facilitating AI and ML?

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He's probably talking about Money Laundering. Current state of ML in crypto would be kind of cursed at least on the EVM side of things. A blockchain based on it could work but well would still be very fancy and quit dangerous if the model gets poisoned.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I truly wonder why some people are even into crypto when they miss the **entire** point of circumventing the mainstream system. I'll never get the call to bring thorough regulation into the ecosystem itself. CEX, sure. They function more like a bank than anything else. ​ Take the Freedom Convoy as an example. I'm a leftist. I definitely am not on board with what those nut bags were about. *But* I understand that what a government does to one marginalized political group can also be done to *another*. Would people cheer bold government action such as freezing accounts and seizing money from people supporting their own ideological, nonviolent causes? I'm in the US; should Republicans be able to take the government and then effortlessly freeze donations to rival candidates--and intimidate supporters by threatening to freeze their personal bank accounts? ​ I think a fair number of people in this sub would say *yes* because they are into crypto for a quick pay day. They think bringing regulation will pump it up so they can dump out their bags. ​ The US government could end a sizable portion of money by outlawing PACs. It isn't about anti-ML, though. It is about control. They need to haver a way to control the people who work for a living so they can summarily put us down and lock us out if we get out of line, just the old days when they'd send the national guard in to massacre people.

Mentions:#CEX#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same. On phone and laptop. Different browsers. Even thinking about using ML to automate the process... but yeah, probably I made too many NFT laser eye jokes in the past, now the God of NFTs is getting his revenge.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well, Web 3 is just a terminology that gets thrown around with no real meaning attached to it. There are utility networks in crypto right now, with real world usage (including AI/ML haha) and they already have great functionality. Here are a few examples: 1. AWS --> Akash (run any containerized apps on provider *you* trust) 2. NordVPN --> Mysterium 3. Google Drive --> Sia / Skynet

Mentions:#ML#AWS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Since you're working on an ML project, why not train your machine with H, L, O and C values (letting it know which is which)?

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You know how several years back people were touting AI as the next evolution of human history? Companies could get a bunch of money by adding the word AI/ML/NN to their company names and descriptions. The hype was through the roof. It was not until the hype became reasonable expectations years later that we started seeing interesting applications like MuseNet, Github Copilot, and DALL-E 2. The same thing is happening with Web 3. A lot of hype and money is being thrown into the space right now. But building complicated things takes a long time. You just can't have 9 women deliver a baby in 1 month. Maybe when we start having a reasonable expectation of what Web 3 can do, then we could actually have a glimpse of its potential.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Really? Credit unions are non-profits yet that doesn't change the regulations they must follow. To be a non-profit still requires someone to register as an organization. What jurisdiction you register in are what laws your org has to obey, and may dictate how other people are allowed to use your service outside of your jurisdiction. I'm not sure if any credit union has ever followed a true cooperative, without governance or top down structure controlling everything (for pay). Tornado cash certainly isn't registered anywhere. This should fall back to Ethereum then, where most validators/miners are registered outside of the US for tax purposes, so US regulation can't be imposed there either. US citizens are all who should be who are sanctioned, not the *app* itself, which falls outside US jurisdiction (except for the developer lived somewhere that extradites to US over *financial crimes*). >Are you sure that a machine which exchanges coins or breaks bills is a money transmitter? It isn't used to send money or make payments. I'd be interested to see a source. You're right, I had that messed up. I need to stop using analogies here! There was a big regulatory issue a while ago considering cash-for-Bitcoin ATMs needed to register as money transmitters when cash-for-cash ATMs had not. In which case Tornado essentially acts as a digital coin machine. Deposit a $10 bill and receive ten $1 coins back. To put a law in place that says you can't do this for more than $1000 at a time without explanation would even be better, although still not ideal. >>Nobody owns Tornado cash. > >Agreed. ... >Not before Tornado Cash was sanctioned. As I understand, funds received from Tornado Cash before the sanctions went into effect are legally fine. This is sort of two problems. None of the centralized providers are *legally* required to use the OFAC blacklist or censor transactions outside of the USA, but did so anyway as most are registered in US jurisdictions. It's an extremely gray area and so everyone is 'self regulating' out of fear right now, which in and of itself could be used as a tactic to force crypto to comply in very specific ways. If you used Tornado *before* sanctions your wallet has been added to these 'self regulated' blacklists also, which include the default gateway for MetaMask. Nuance is greatly lacking. (I get crypto still functions despite blacklists, as it's decentralized, but you shouldn't have to lurk in the *shadows* or know how to configure a wallet because someone sent you $10 as a troll.) It's a larger issue as an attack on free speech than whatever Tornado had done, since it affects innovation going forward greatly if everyone is liable for everyone suddenly now. Why would I *ever* release my Reddit tip bot if I think that's going to get me 30 years in jail for violating OFAC.. I'm just a developer I don't know even how to maintain KYC to my open source aka permissionless software. It leads us to a world where things like BitTorrent will not be invented despite providing more good than bad to the world. >I don't agree with that. However, I believe that was Github's decision. Do you think the government forced Github to do that? As I understand, the source code itself is perfectly legal. It was just *sending and receiving funds through the mixer* that was sanctioned. I have no clue what the government is doing. They clearly have more issue with Ethereum than Bitcoin, as these measures are unprecedented and have never been applied to Bitcoin/other-crypto Mixers. GitHub is Microsoft so.. *Maybe* not our friend in our fight towards decentralization. What they do is hopefully their own perogitive. >>Vitalik who uses Tornado to protect the identity of his recipients from trolls is sanctioned > >He could do this by mixing on an regulated exchange doesn't deal with sanctioned entities. So *Vitalik* isn't allowed to use decentralized protocols, otherwise he **must** KYC? That's not a good solution imo and I don't think that's what Ethereum is trying to build.. We'd essentially be left over with *fiat2.0* and hardly an upgrade from fiat/banks if it looks like that. I'm not sure what is going to happen with privacy layer-2's that obsuficate all blockchain history, or what's in store for Monoro next, and all their developers. >Yeah, the inability for ETH users to refuse sanctioned ETH (or other illegal payments) is a problem. > >If ETH doesn't fix this, IMO the government should allow people to legally refuse receipt of sanctioned ETH e.g. by surrendering the ETH to the OFAC. *ETH can't* fix this. The chain is neutral by design. The moment the protocol adds censorship to the base layer is the moment it's no longer decentralized/secure or valuable. Who then is supposed to pay blockspace fees to destroy tainted ETH or send it to OFAC? Ignoring it should be good enough. Isn't it easier to prevent/regulate centralized exchanges from converting any Tornado eth into fiat, instead of treating all 'users' *entirely* like criminals? Simply see how much incoming they've had from TC and blacklist 'that' amount. Many (legal, law abiding) people have very high value loans locked up and no clue if they'll ever be allowed to access them again, and no clue if they do by circumventing the front-end if they've violated some law now. >Where is this happening though? Well the developer has been arrested for creating it after the fact, though not enough info has come out to see if there's any other thing he's done to get arrested. Centralized anything's have been treating the entire Tornado transaction history as a blacklist otherwise. I think Aave finally removed users who were 'airdropped' but the fact someone could have used that *timing* to launder their own tx shows how fruitless it all is. We're right back to being arbitrators of good and bad instead of using a permissionless network. >They are essentially open knowledge to anyone who can get a court order today. I imagine the transactions reported to FinCEN are essentially open knowledge to the officials with clearance who work there today. Encryption is not open knowledge. When you use Signal to communicate even if your messages are intercepted (and you should always assume they are) no one can read them without both your private key and the recipients. These keys are stored on the device offline and are considered private/confidential even by a search warrant (in any free country). Protonmail works similarly. PGP works similarly. etc etc. These are very *very* common apps used by everyone. Encryption tools are used by (I'd guess) the huge majority of all criminals across the planet also. But since humans have a right to privacy this is okay, as the same tool two terrorists are using to communicate is the same tool you use to keep your sensitive banking info from leaking into the public each time you login. It's why you never enter sensitive information on unprotected/public WiFi networks, because you can't prevent others from seeing it before encryption. Once it's encrypted, it's safe to send it to the whole world. If we lose encryption, or privacy, to prevent *crime*, *anyone* will have access to all your data since it will be so easy. Your employer will read your text message history, or use ML on your entire life, so will your next spouse, and the mortgage court, etc. Like I really hate being the guy to stand up for criminals but I don't think abandoning privacy is good in any case. More clarity needs to comes out of this dev court case before I can form any solid opinions on the matter. I'm not sure if *mixing* is what he did wrong (as BTC mixers are still 100% kosher) or if *privacy* is what he did wrong (as Monoro etc. are untouched) or why GitHub/Discord/etc removed them despite not being required to, etc. etc. Whatever comes next will set a massive prescident going forward for all encryption, privacy, or open source software.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>LoL, like we can enforce the government to be transparent. With bitcoin you work by a protocol you MUST be transparent as dictates the code, there is no room for error. It's not like banks who do shittons of ML playing with their internal system numbers for none of us to see. Why can you not force a government to be transparent? You can put into laws the requirement to document everything. You could literally put them in a glass box. At least in theory this is possible. With bitcoin you also have an open protocol, that's true. However the implications of it when ran in a distributed fashion are very hard to analyse. Secondly since bitcoin id's aren't unambiguously linked to legal id's it's at least not-transparent in that regard. >Right, but countries would rather have their centralized currency mintable (printable) for as much as they please. You know how we call a currency with that is meant to be printed by owner \*as much as they please\*? A scam coin. Again the same question. Sure you can disagree with a country's monetary policy but in principle that's just a democratic choice which could (at least in theory) be changed also in a central system.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I don't see how transparency is a consequence of decentralisation. In a centralised system it's also possible and arguably easier to enforce transparency. LoL, like we can enforce the government to be transparent. With bitcoin you work by a protocol you MUST be transparent as dictates the code, there is no room for error. It's not like banks who do shittons of ML playing with their internal system numbers for none of us to see. > that could also be implemented in a centralized system as far as I can tell. Right, but countries would rather have their centralized currency mintable (printable) for as much as they please. You know how we call a currency with that is meant to be printed by owner \*as much as they please\*? A scam coin. Centralization has it's advantages and decentralization has it's advantages.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You're confusing KYC with AML. AML is supported by KYC, by KYC is more used to stop people known to be bad from making an account. AML is used to stop those that are already in the system. AML is more concerned with transactions, since like OOP said ML is typically done through shell companies not John Doe going to a bank and depositing cash

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Then why does data show that the amount of money laundered is increasing YoY as are the fines banks are paying for ML crimes in the aggregate? Who told you KYC actually stops money laundering? The people taking money from government pools to enforce it...?

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FYI, the user in question appears to be a popular character on crypto twitter. https://twitter.com/depression2019/status/1556748494622208000?s=21&t=ML8tS8646aNVan0hD_94sA

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GLM is great for ML & AI, especially after getting a community-made solution for GPUs in the recent weeks. Besides, you know too little of what utility networks exists as most of the companies have decentralized counterparts for most of their services. AWS - Akash, Google Drive - Sia, then most of the rest deals with hardware which is unfair 😂

Mentions:#GLM#ML#AWS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For trusted networks where you can run ML workloads, see [Golem](https://www.golem.network) which also has GPUs now, [Akash](https://akash.network/), and a centralized but distributed [Render](https://rendertoken.com). I know that there are ready examples for Golem, Akash runs almost any Docker Image, and Render uses distributed GPUs in .. some way?

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It doesn’t clarify anything because it’s just an excerpt. Practical ML-models for predictions, like used in predictive maintenance, are regression models for example.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Which kinds of ML models are you talking about? Your text doesn't clarify anything.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Highlights: - StarkWare partnership with the StarkNet-native oracle @EmpiricNetwork, who are exploring more advanced features thanks to StarkNet's capabilities. - Rust Cairo VM by @ClassLambda is incredibly efficient - up to 141x faster than the CPython version. - update on Slush L3 research by @AgoLajko & @kalmanlajko. Incredibly important work being done here. - new dev tool @xenosense helps you stay sane while reading Cairo code. - AMM SithSwap is being audited by Nethermind. - Braavos mobile wallet is now on iOS. - there is now a commit-reveal based VRF on StarkNet. - there's another new AI/ML project called Modulus Labs. - @aspectdotco, @MintSquareNFT, @mySwapxyz all launched on mainnet this week, and OnlyDust launched their contribution platform on testnet. - starknet.js passed 98k downloads, up from 86k last week. - Over 730 ETH have been bridged so far (there's a cap), up from 560 last week. - Lots of useful links, articles, governance proposals & dev resources as usual! Make sure to check out the full post linked above. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you guys again next week!

Mentions:#AMM#ML#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm done. I don't know if you're doing it on purpose or if you're too stupid to realize, but you're playing semantic word games with yourself while using a plethora of logical fallacies, and speaking with this condescending tone as if you know everything and other people don't. I guess it's a typical case of dunning kruger. In fact, it's hilarious, because you pointing out that there are revolutionary software inventions like ML/NN **literally undermines** your red herring argument of the internet being a combination of hardware and software; why does that even matter? How is that relevant? Go learn some proper logic instead of puking semantic non-sense filled with red herrings.

Mentions:#ML
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The highest paying software engineer and data analyst salaries come from trading firms, building models based off work performed by teams of PhDs. Data that utilizes ML, political, climate, economical, and other factors. And they still just scalp trade for the most part. Go ahead and try it, but I highly recommend paper trading for a few years and refining your models before putting any money into it.

Mentions:#ML
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Energy is the ability to do work. >Noun >energy (countable and uncountable, plural energies) >1-The impetus behind all motion and all activity. >2- The capacity to do work. >3-(physics) A quantity that denotes the ability to do work and is measured in a unit dimensioned in mass × distance²/time² (ML²/T²) or the equivalent. Is money the ability to do work? That fact that I can pay someone to mow my lawn, wash my clothes, or grill me a steak suggests that it is. In a very literal since money is energy.

Mentions:#ML