Crypto.com Unveils Amy: An AI-Powered Companion for Crypto Enthusiasts
This year, the world has witnessed a surge in the popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) software, with a plethora of cutting-edge platforms such as Openai’s Chatgpt 3.5, Chatgpt 4.0, DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and other innovative tools like Midjourney and Google’s Bard taking the internet by storm. Amidst this technological revolution, Crypto.com’s CEO Kris Marszalek recently hosted an ask-me-anything (AMA) discussion, where he unveiled the exchange’s latest offering — an AI-powered user companion named Amy.
Crypto Education Goes High-Tech With Amy, Crypto.com’s Latest AI Offering
Crypto.com’s new chatbot, Amy, has been designed to assist users in their quest to learn more about the crypto industry, providing them with information on various crypto assets and projects. With its AI capabilities, Amy can offer users “near real-time information” on the latest developments in the crypto world, as well as insights into historical events that have shaped the industry. From blockchain technology to price listings, the firm says Amy is well-versed in all aspects of the crypto landscape, making it a resource for anyone seeking to expand their knowledge in this field.
The company stated that Amy is based on ChatGPT from OpenAI, but Amy is specifically designed for cryptocurrency and blockchain information. Currently, Crypto.com has launched Amy as a pilot in its beta phase, and select users who leverage a crypto.com/price account will be permitted to access the AI-powered chatbot. “Access to Amy will be steadily scaled to more Crypto.com users over the coming weeks,” the company disclosed. “Crypto.com will also introduce Amy to additional Crypto.com experiences over time, including within the Crypto.com App.”
Crypto.com is not the only digital currency business to develop an AI product. On March 1, 2023, Binance unveiled an AI-infused non-fungible token (NFT) art platform named Bicasso. The platform conducted a limited run of 10,000 mints and then closed the software to general users, and there is now a waitlist to join. In its Tuesday announcement, Crypto.com specified that Amy “does not provide financial or investment advice.” The company also stated that “learnings from this pilot will be applied to Amy’s continued rollout, as well as future AI-powered projects from Crypto.com.”
“Building the ecosystem has been a priority focus for Crypto.com from the start,” Marszalek remarked. “We double downed on our commitments to building and responsible innovation, and Amy is the latest example of our incredible momentum.”
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