In the midst of the buzz surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), a developer has crafted a fresh chat platform that harnesses the power of Openai’s Chatgpt. However, this creation sets itself apart by being trained on a myriad of resources specifically focused on Bitcoin and its enigmatic founder, Satoshi Nakamoto.
Meet the AI Chatbot ‘Talk2Satoshi’
On May 31, bitcoin enthusiast and author Pierre Corbin unveiled a chatbot platform infused with the essence of Bitcoin. This unique platform, akin to Openai’s Chatgpt, functions as a conversational program capable of responding to queries and engaging in dialogue with users.
What sets talk2satoshi.com apart is that Corbin, with the assistance of Hugo Ferrer, the co-creator, fed the chat program with a diverse array of sources, including Satoshi Nakamoto’s emails and forum posts, Saifedean Ammous’ 2018 book “The Bitcoin Standard,” and Corbin’s own work, “The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin.”
Our news team posed a series of inquiries to talk2satoshi.com, such as “Why is bitcoin valuable?” As an illustration, we specifically inquired, “Why will there never be more than 21 million bitcoin?”
The chatbot said: “By 2140, there will be no more bitcoins issued and a maximum of 21 million bitcoins will have been produced. This is hardcoded into the protocol and cannot be changed without risking the loss of coins due to a bug fix or functionality implementation. Therefore, every change to the protocol must be backwards compatible.”
The talk2satoshi.com chatbot added:
Additionally, Bitcoin’s supply is strictly limited, and there can only ever be 21 million bitcoins in existence. We also decided to pose the same inquiry to Openai’s Chatgpt 3.5 for an alternate perspective. “The reason why there will never be more than 21 million Bitcoin is due to a design feature known as ‘Bitcoin’s maximum supply,’” Chatgpt 3.5 said. “This feature is an integral part of Bitcoin’s underlying technology, known as the blockchain. To ensure scarcity and prevent inflation, Bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, implemented a rule in the software protocol that reduces the rate at which new Bitcoin is created over time.” Following the launch announcement from talk2satoshi.com’s Twitter account, Ariel Flesler revealed that he had created a similar, yet unpublished, chatbot called “Satoshi Nakamoto AMA.” Flesler’s chatbot includes preloaded questions and cites sources such as statements made by Satoshi on the bitcointalk.org forum. The Satoshi Nakamoto AMA chatbot also shares a similar user experience with Openai’s Chatgpt. In addition, Corbin and Flesler’s creations come on the heels of Crypto.com’s introduction of Amy, an AI-powered companion for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Amy offers knowledge on a wide range of crypto-related topics, rather than focusing solely on Nakamoto’s Bitcoin.
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