The world has moved on from the known physical currency to digital. These days, it pays much more to keep one’s money in digital coins where your money will be appreciating instead of keeping it in the banks and continue to subject it to constant decrease in terms of value and worth. In Nigeria, the Naira’s free fall from its prestigious position to such a worthless currency that we have today in just few years interval, has further supported the fact that keeping our money in the banks means losing it gradually to unfavorable foreign exchange rates. The 9News Nigeria crew, Abuja bureau, ran into Ambassador Michael Jesam, the African Leader of the D.AI.SY Project and below are what he had to say on the Project to Nigerians and the entire world taking his cue from bitcoin, the first of its kind. D.AI.SY is expected to be launched any moment from today.
Bitcoin had its first appearance in the space in 2008 when it was invented by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto and released as open-source software in early 2009. The first transaction took place between Nakamoto and an early adopter of bitcoin in January 2009. The first real-world transaction happened in 2010 when a bitcoin miner bought two pizzas from a Papa John’s in Florida for 10,000 bitcoins.
The currency is based upon a blockchain that contains a public ledger of all the transactions in the bitcoin network. Those participating in the currency can mine for bitcoins using computer power. Initial interest in the currency was small, particularly among cryptographers and those seeking to engage in transactions that could not be easily traced.
Bitcoin has had a very volatile trading history since it was first created in 2009. The digital cryptocurrency has seen a lot of action in its fairly short life. Bitcoins initially traded for next to nothing. The first real price increase occurred in July 2010 when the valuation of a bitcoin went from around $0.0008 to $0.08 for a single coin.
The currency has seen some major rallies and crashes since then. Interest in bitcoin has been surging because in 2020, it regained its losses and pushed past its previous all-time high. Bitcoin has now surpassed its last all-time high of $19,783 and has pushed to over $23,000 as at Dec. 17, 2020. There are currently more than 18.5 million Bitcoins in circulation and it now has a market capitalization of over $428 billion.
Now, just like bitcoin came and sold at $0.0008 at the initial time, and now as at January, 2021, it’s worth $35,363.66, which is N17.1 Million in about 10 years after, D.AI.SY too, which means “Decentralized Artificial Intelligence System” has come as a new arrival. In January 2021, this exciting crowd funding opportunity to raise funds for the Daisy AI Project will become available. You can purchase shares of the crowd fund and earn trading profits, stock, and referral rewards.
It is being developed by Endotech. Daisy AI is the next generation of AI trading. It is structured in such a way that it will multiply the current AI performance by four times. Daisy AI is the 1st project capitalized by Daisy Crowd Fund. 85% of trading profits are rewarded back to Daisy members. Daisy AI is Endotech’s path to becoming a public company. A smart contract DeFi App on the blockchain, not a company.
Decentralized AI System being developed by Endotech is a model where everyone wins with profits, equity, and income. Currently Crowd Funding the Daisy AI Project, members will receive exclusive stock equity and profit rewards.
The 1st technology partner for Daisy Crowd Fund, Global Fintech company is headquartered in Israel. Roadmap to be publicly traded any day from now.
For more information and updates, please visit Ambassador Jesam’s team on Telegraph through: https://t.me/joinchat/SOa3e7ERcQhvg7_X and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/219761539618690/