How blockchain can lead to better AI products

Cryptocurrency mining, which used to be a “solo” activity, has become so difficult and so expensive that it has been taken over by high-powered “industries” – groups that have a large investment in hardware and can either afford the electricity or have access to really cheap power. It is nearly impossible today for the individual miner to solve the increasingly difficult “puzzles” and earn the token rewards. And even if they could, the cost of the required computational power may no longer be worth it. And there are just no shortcuts to finding a solution (hash) and thus defining a…

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