The utilization of Artificial intelligence in trading bots has become so profitable and widespread in the last few years, and more than ever, people want to know how to save time checking the market situation manually.
Several people in the crypto industry have assumed that participation on social networks is swamped with communications which are neither organic nor coming from genuine human activity. According to the new research, social media bots are somehow misrepresenting and misleading the cryptocurrency story. We have two categories of inauthentic accounts on the media, and these are bots and fake accounts.
One of the industry's illest exponents is a permeating, network of scam bots that has rapidly come to trash the space of Twitter. While several social media users have become wanted to the continuous "Ethereum giveaway" scams that decorate the profile of any cryptocurrency industry figure, the puzzle started to spread over into various sectors of the internet. Earlier this summer, Elon Musk notably called out Tue bots, when he made his first cite to Ethereum in the way of a tongue-in-cheek comment about the perturbing Exacters.
Ad fraud has been the curse not of just the online advertising industry but the entire internet for years. Over time, the fraudsters have devised numerous ways to make money out of the industry, however, their schemes don’t affect only advertisers and publishers but regular users as well.
Innovative automated crypto trading platform, Gimmer, has announced the dates of its token sale. Scheduled to kick-off February 1st and end February 28th, the sale will afford contributors and early adopters the opportunity to get in early on the automated future of cryptocurrency trading.
А series of companies from different countries around the world have announced blockchain-related projects in the field of digital advertising. All of them are aimed at solving the problem of verification of qualified advertising resources and preventing ad fraud, such as from bots or exploitation of backdoors in ad serving networks, the losses from which total $16.4 billion per year, according to the Adloox audit verification company.