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Blockchain technology is unlocking new opportunities in finance and artificial intelligence. One area seeing major growth is the tokenization of real world assets (RWAs). Platforms are fractionalizing traditionally illiquid assets like real estate, commodities, and stocks into tradable cryptocurrency tokens. This provides new avenues for investment by improving liquidity and accessibility.

Crypto projects like Origintrail are also building infrastructure to enhance trust and transparency in AI systems. They recently launched a knowledge graph that traces the origin and reputation of data used to train AI models. This helps address the AI misinformation crisis by scoring information sources. 

OriginTrail started in 2018 by bringing reliability to supply chain data. Their latest advancements are enabling the discoverability of the world's most valuable knowledge and RWAs. Exciting times are ahead imo as blockchain transforms asset investing and information sharing. 

Their token TRAC will soon be available to trade on all top cex with Bitget introduction imminent., allowing more people to get involved in their mission.

So here's my question. How do you think crypto can impact real world assets and AI development? What opportunities intrigue you the most? Let me know your thoughts!

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The long list of OriginTrail partnership with organisations like British Standards Institution, SCAN, Polkadot, Parity, Walmart and so on further raises its credibility. As a participant of the fast-growing ecosystem, I've prioritized holder the token to access of its features and benefits.

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On 07/02/2024 at 20:27, Incarts said:

The long list of OriginTrail partnership with organisations like British Standards Institution, SCAN, Polkadot, Parity, Walmart and so on further raises its credibility. As a participant of the fast-growing ecosystem, I've prioritized holder the token to access of its features and benefits.

& The price action is just ❣️

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On 06/02/2024 at 16:58, iamcryptic said:

Blockchain technology is unlocking new opportunities in finance and artificial intelligence. One area seeing major growth is the tokenization of real world assets (RWAs). Platforms are fractionalizing traditionally illiquid assets like real estate, commodities, and stocks into tradable cryptocurrency tokens. This provides new avenues for investment by improving liquidity and accessibility.

Crypto projects like Origintrail are also building infrastructure to enhance trust and transparency in AI systems. They recently launched a knowledge graph that traces the origin and reputation of data used to train AI models. This helps address the AI misinformation crisis by scoring information sources. 

OriginTrail started in 2018 by bringing reliability to supply chain data. Their latest advancements are enabling the discoverability of the world's most valuable knowledge and RWAs. Exciting times are ahead imo as blockchain transforms asset investing and information sharing. 

Their token TRAC will soon be available to trade on all top cex with Bitget introduction imminent., allowing more people to get involved in their mission.

So here's my question. How do you think crypto can impact real world assets and AI development? What opportunities intrigue you the most? Let me know your thoughts!

The potential of crypto to impact real world assets and AI development lies in its ability to enhance liquidity, transparency, and accessibility, presenting intriguing opportunities for democratizing investment and fostering trust in data-driven systems.

I saw on the official twitter handle of the above exchange that TRAC token is now listed and tradeable.

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1 hour ago, XTRAVAGANZA said:

The potential of crypto to impact real world assets and AI development lies in its ability to enhance liquidity, transparency, and accessibility, presenting intriguing opportunities for democratizing investment and fostering trust in data-driven systems.

I saw on the official twitter handle of the above exchange that TRAC token is now listed and tradeable.

Yup TRAC is tradeable , listed a few days ago. It's holding nicely ,let's see after a week!

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