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Ecosystem Update: AIT Protocol x Shardeum

Shardeum is thrilled to welcome AIT Protocol to its ecosystem. The AIT Protocol is a multichain, revolutionary approach to processing and analyzing big data to address small AI start-ups’ challenges. The protocol combines the power of machine learning with the expertise of real humans to create a more efficient and cost-effective solution. Consequently, the AIT Protocol is not only a cost-effective solution but also a highly scalable one. The AIT Protocol team incorporates blockchain technology into their protocol to create a secure and transparent system for conducting transactions and confirming identities.

The blockchain-based data analytics protocol for artificial intelligence development will be integrated with Shardeum to scale up its user access. Integrating with Shardeum will enable AIT Protocol to build a decentralized application (dApp) on the network. On April 22, AIT Protocol will launch its Turing v1.0 testnet with Shardeum integration on its official website, offering users a chance to join the whitelist for a free AIT iPass NFT and start contributing data on the testnet day.

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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