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  • Fetch.ai FET
  • ( -2.21 % )
  • Rank #52
  • Coins

₹197.425

₹ 197.425

Contracts : Ethereum : 0xaea...F41Ad85   

  • Rank #52
  • Coins

Market Cap

₹177.74 B 0.4366%

Circulating Supply

1043460000

Max Supply

1152997575

Volume

₹28.68 B

All Time High :

₹287.87

All Time Low :

₹0.6168

Price change in 24H :

₹-2.011076

24H High :

₹177.97

24H Low :

₹162.2


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Fetch.ai (FET)

Fetch.ai operates as a decentralized platform for artificial intelligence and machine learning, enabling users to exchange and collaborate on data through multi-agent systems. It envisions building a digital representation of various components within an economy, including data, services, people, and hardware, to generate valuable economic insights. This involves using these components to make accurate predictions about the economy, aiming to automate markets that currently rely heavily on manual intervention. Within the Fetch.ai network, users are equipped with self-governing economic agents that execute tasks on their behalf. 


These agents perform searches, negotiate, trade information, and share predictions, collaborating with other agents to find sophisticated solutions for intricate challenges. These autonomous agents conduct frictionless economic transactions, contributing to a seamless marketplace. Additionally, Fetch.ai's ambition extends to supporting secure communication among billions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices.


Founders

Fetch.ai was established by Toby Simpson, Humayun Sheikh, and Thomas Hain.


Humayun Sheikh currently holds the position of CEO at Fetch.ai. He also serves as the CEO and founder of Mettalex and has founded other ventures like uVue and itzMe.


Toby Simpson, previously the COO of Fetch.ai, has transitioned to the Advisory Board. He previously worked as the CTO at Ososim Limited and held the role of Head of Software Design at DeepMind.


Thomas Hain, who previously served as the Chief Science Officer of Fetch.ai, was involved in founding Koemei before his role at Fetch.ai.


What makes it unique?

Fetch.ai's utility token, FET, serves a crucial role in the platform's operations, primarily focused on the creation, deployment, training, and interaction with digital twins within the network's ecosystem. FET is essential for enabling functionalities like smart contracts and oracles.


Through FET, users have the capability to construct and launch their own digital twins on the platform. Developers can access machine-learning-based tools to train these autonomous digital twins and contribute collective intelligence, using FET tokens for payment.


FET tokens are staked by validation nodes to facilitate network validation and establish a reputation within the system. This enhances the security and integrity of the network.


The Fetch.ai technology stack comprises four key elements:


Digital Twin Framework: Offers modular components to help teams build digital twin marketplaces, skills, and intelligence for seamless connections.


Open Economic Framework: Provides search and discovery functionalities for digital twins.


Digital Twin Metropolis: A set of smart contracts running on a WebAssembly (WASM) virtual machine to record agreements between digital twins immutably.

Fetch.ai Blockchain: Integrates multi-party cryptography and game theory to ensure secure, censorship-resistant consensus. It also supports rapid chain-syncing to accommodate digital twin applications.


Fetch.ai's core components include the "learner," where participants act as learners in experiments with distinct private datasets and machine learning systems. The "global market" results from a collective learning experiment, involving learners in the model's training. The Fetch.ai Blockchain facilitates secure coordination and governance through smart contracts. Lastly, the decentralized data layer, based on IPFS, enables the sharing of machine learning weights among learners.


Network security

Fetch.ai employs a unique consensus mechanism known as "Proof of Useful Work" (PoUW) to secure its network. This mechanism combines elements of Proof of Work (PoW) with artificial intelligence and machine learning to create a more efficient and eco-friendly consensus process. Here's an overview of how the Fetch.ai network is secured:


Proof of Useful Work (PoUW): In the PoUW consensus mechanism, nodes on the Fetch.ai network compete to solve complex mathematical problems. However, unlike traditional PoW, these problems are designed to be useful and relevant to real-world applications. This "useful work" involves performing tasks that contribute to Fetch.ai's AI-driven functionalities, such as data analysis, predictions, and other AI-related computations.


AI-Driven Problem Solving: The Fetch.ai network generates tasks that require AI processing and problem-solving. Nodes within the network, known as "Autonomous Economic Agents," apply their AI capabilities to solve these tasks. Successful completion of the task serves as proof that useful work has been performed.


Proof Verification: Once an Autonomous Economic Agent claims to have completed a task, the network employs a verification process to validate the claimed solution. This verification process ensures that the proposed solution is accurate and genuinely useful to the network.


Rewards: Nodes that successfully complete and verify useful tasks are rewarded with FET tokens, Fetch.ai's native cryptocurrency. These rewards incentivize participants to contribute their computational power and AI capabilities to secure the network.


Recent development

Fetch.ai, a leading open platform integrating automation and AI into peer-to-peer applications, has revealed its plans to develop an innovative suite of agent-based trading tools designed for decentralized exchanges (DEXs). This move aims to address the inefficiencies and high fees often experienced in the decentralized finance (DeFi) market, which is projected to grow to $232 billion by 2030. Fetch.ai's upcoming suite of tools employs intelligent agents to execute trades on users' behalf, streamlining trade execution and enhancing user experiences. 


These AI-powered agents, set to launch in Q2 2023, enable direct peer-to-peer interactions and facilitate transparent trading. By utilizing machine learning algorithms, Fetch.ai's platform analyses market conditions and executes trades based on user-defined parameters, fostering a decentralized environment that reduces vulnerabilities like liquidity pool hacks and rug pulls. Humayun Sheikh, CEO of Fetch.ai, emphasized the potential of AI agent-based trading to address DeFi challenges and revolutionize decentralized possibilities, marking a significant advancement in the rapidly evolving DeFi sector.


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