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|The price of #FET today is $0.29 USD.|
The lowest FET price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.291, and the exact current price of one FET crypto coin is $0.29134.
The all-time high FET coin price was $1.18.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of FET with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Fetch.ai is #FET. |
Fetch.ai is 3.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Fetch.ai is $265,655,322.|
Fetch.ai is ranked #134 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is large during the past 24 hours for #FET.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Fetch.ai is $60,739,398.
|The circulating supply of FET is 911,849,352 coins, which is 79% of the total coin supply.|
Know Your Validator: Blockscope
Since Fetch.ai is a Proof-of-Stake blockchain network, the essential task of maintaining the whole system and guaranteeing its security is entrusted into the “hands” of its validators. Additionally, validators are trusted with delegations by FET stakers of all sizes, which practically translates into increasing their voting power and, by extension, their influence over the network. Consequently, they become the keepers of the fragile balance between accumulating power while also, for the health of the chain, striving to make it as decentralized as possible. Unfortunately, these custodians of the protocol are usually shrouded in secrecy, and users often find it challenging to make an informed choice of whom to delegate their funds to. In an attempt to remedy that and to create a space for Fetch validators to talk directly with our community, we initiated the Know Your Validator campaign. Now, almost two years later, we are boosting transparency even further. We are launching a series of blog posts, each dedicated to one of our validating partners, so as to help you know them better. Our first guest interviewees are the team of Blockscope.net. Enjoy! Q: In a couple of sentences, introduce yourself and/or your organization and tell us where you are based. Blockscope.net: We at Blockscope are blockchain enthusiasts and a team of Computer Engineers with broad experience, who have worked for the biggest banks and telecommunica...
Overview of Fetch On-Chain Governance
What is on-chain governance? - Governance is one of the most important blockchain fundamentals. It is to a large extent the differentiator between traditional, i.e., centralized organizations and decentralized ones — between one single point of failure and a fault-tolerant system. It is, in fact, the guarantee that the power will be redistributed and all interested parties will be empowered to not only actively participate in the decision-making process, but also to have oversight of the outcome. And since we mentioned decentralization, it is safe to say that it is directly related and proportional to governance. The larger and widely spread the community, the safer the network, the more legitimate each governance decision will be. However, even if the community is significantly decentralized, governance vote results may still turn out to be centralized and non-representative. In addition, there are certain circumstances under which decentralized governance may be quite difficult, even dangerous to implement, which is why it continues to be subject to intensive research and experimentation. — Parameters of on-chain governance - What type of decisions can be entrusted to on-chain governance? Every major choice throughout the development of a blockchain network can be put to vote by the community — from changes of minor protocol parameters to shifts of development focus and direction. Actually, each protocol u...
What is a Web3 Wallet?
The concept of Web3 encompasses the vision of a next-generation, decentralized Internet that puts an enormous emphasis on security, autonomy, and privacy. It is what the whole blockchain and crypto ecosystem, including Fetch.ai, has been working towards ever since its inception. And since the wallet is the tool that enables users to interact with this decentralized Web3 world, we decided to take you on an exploratory journey of the different types of wallets existing in the crypto space. We will evaluate their characteristics and features, with the aim of helping you choose the right wallet for your needs. In fact, given the enormous amount of scams and frauds taking place in the space on a daily basis, it is of utmost importance for you to know how safe and protected your funds will be when different types of wallets are used. Additionally, we will use this opportunity to demonstrate Fetch Wallet’s advantages and benefits. — Crypto vs. Web3 Wallets. — A crypto wallet is generally a service enabling users to send and receive cryptocurrencies, whereas a Web3 wallet may have added support for other crypto assets such as NFTs, virtual land or GameFi rewards. A Web3 wallet usually enables you to interact with decentralized applications (dApps) and is essentially your gateway into the Web3 world. Though, both crypto and Web3 wallets can share similar characteristics in terms of security, custody, and centralization,...
Welcoming our new CTO, Edward FitzGerald
Fetch.ai, a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab, announced today that Edward FitzGerald has been appointed as Chief Technology Officer at Fetch.ai with Jonathan Ward joining the board of Fetch.ai advisors. In his new role, Edward will be responsible for transitioning the company’s operations from research to product delivery and improve services while highlighting technological competitiveness. Fetch.ai’s focused technology team will aim to bring in energy to propel Fetch.ai into its next phase of growth. Additionally, he hopes to continue securing talents with top-notch development capabilities, contributing to a desirable organizational culture for engineers and developers. Edward FitzGerald, Chief Technology Officer Edward has been with Fetch.ai for 4 years, he joined Fetch.ai from Nokia Bell Labs where he was researching consensus protocols. Initially, he led the development of the core Fetch.ai Ledger systems but for the last couple of years his role expanded to being responsible for the wider Engineering organization. “It has been the highlight of my career to work alongside such an outstanding group of people here at Fetch.ai. I am excited for what the future holds for us and am committed to putting our technology in the hands of our community” said Edward FitzGerald, CTO at Fetch.ai Jonathan Ward will move to an advisory role, providing his unique expertise and insights Jonathan has been a critical par...
Fetch.ai Wallet v0.4.0 Released!
Here at the Fetch.ai team, we are really excited to bring you a large feature upgrade for our Fetch Wallet, namely Messaging! You can now message contacts directly from inside the wallet. These messages are end-to-end encrypted, so only you and the person you are communicating with can read the message. We see messaging as a critical missing feature from most wallets. How often when you are sending some FET to your friend do you need to confirm amount, wallet address etc.? — Quite often, we imagine. While it is true that you can use other third party services, this means that you have to manage keeping track of your friends usernames or phone numbers and their wallet addresses. This is why we think that it is simply easier to be able to message the wallet address directly. All of this can be done with a few clicks from inside the wallet you are already using anyway. — How it works - If you have already been using the Fetch Wallet since our last release. You might have seen the chat icon in the bottom menu. Provided that you are on the FetchHub network, and you click on it, you will now be presented with the welcome screen.Chat Welcome Screen Here you can choose how you want to use the messaging feature. You can either: Completely disable it, Enable it, but only for contacts in your address book, Enable it for everyone, Your privacy is very important to us, and so this is reflected in the design of this f...
Leading Web3 projects join forces to power the future of mobility in a €28 Million pan-European…
Leading Web3 projects join forces to power the future of mobility in a €28 Million pan-European project - Chainstep, peaq, Datarella, 51nodes, Ocean Protocol, Fetch.ai, and deltaDAO collaborate with top industry names including Bosch, Continental, and Airbus as part of Gaia-X moveID project in joint push towards a decentralized digital backbone powering the future of mobility September 8 — An array of leading Web3 projects join forces within the Gaia-X moveID consortium which is funded with €28 million. As part of the collaboration, Chainstep, peaq, Datarella, 51nodes, Ocean Protocol, Fetch.ai, and deltaDAO will work to develop the framework for a decentralized digital backbone powering the future of mobility. Through billions-worth acquisitions, Web2 tech giants assert themselves in more and more sectors, from healthcare to Internet of Things appliances, prompting concerns of pervasive user surveillance. This expansion provides for more centralized control over an increasing number of aspects of users’ daily lives, oftentimes unbeknownst to the users themselves. Rising as an alternative to centralized platforms, Gaia-X is a pan-European cross-sector consortia group for a more open and democratic data infrastructure, bringing together more than 300 companies and organizations, including top industry names such as Bosch, Continental, and Airbus. Gaia-X’s moveID consortium is focused on innovative solutions for de...
Roadmap Fetch-ai Network 2022–2023
We are bringing some really exciting new developments in Q3-Q4 2022 and Q1-Q2 2023 as we constantly work on increasing the utility for the Fetch-ai Network and the FET token. Below is a broad overview on our milestones until Q2 2023. Roadmap Fetch-ai Network 2022–2023 was originally published in Fetch.ai on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
Fetch-ai Network and SubQuery Partnership
SubQuery Expansion into Cosmos Continues via Fetch-ai Network. — As part of SubQuery’s initiative to support all native layers of the Cosmos ecosystem, SubQuery is delighted to announce support for Fetch-ai Network (an interchain protocol, based on the Cosmos-SDK). Fetch-ai network is building an open access, tokenized, decentralised machine learning network to enable smart infrastructure built around a decentralised digital economy. SubQuery’s flexible, fast, open, and decentralised data indexing solution provides developers with the tools needed to easily organise and query on-chain data for their protocol and applications. Abstracting the backend, SubQuery provides a custom API and lets developers focus on product development and user experience rather than building their own indexing solutions. The Fetch-ai Network team sees SubQuery as the right partner to develop and share this much needed tool with their developer community and accelerate the dApp deployment experience to reach milestones faster. SubQuery was excited to see that following initial testing on Juno, the Cosmos support worked off-the-shelf for other networks in the Cosmos galaxy like Fetch-ai Network. Fetch-ai Network will benefit from the full SubQuery experience, including the open-source SDK, tools, documentation, developer support, and other benefits developers receive from the SubQuery ecosystem, including eligibility to participate in Sub...
Fetch-ai Network Improvement Process Plan
What is a FIP? FIP stands for Fetch Improvement Proposal. A FIP is a design document created in the FIP repository on Github providing information to the Fetch community, or describing a new feature for the Fetch ecosystem, its processes, protocols, or environment. As part of our goal to make technical proposals more transparent for the community, any FIP we or the community create will be viewable in advance, and the public will have the opportunity to review it and give their feedback.Why do we need FIPs? FIPs can be used to propose new features in the Fetch ecosystem or changes to existing infrastructure. FIPs will provide discussion threads around their topic, allowing the public to make suggestions, recommend alternatives, clarify misconceptions, or raise objections. FIPs further provide insight to the community on what current and future changes might be coming to the Fetch ecosystem. The Fetch Foundation, as the current core developer of the Fetch ecosystem, reserves the right to be the reviewer of FIPs and require a FIP to also be approved via a governance proposal.Open invitation to participate in FIP-001 We are creating the first FIP and would like to invite the community to participate and share their opinion. FIP-001 aims to reduce the voting period on the Fetch network from 14 days to 5 days. More information can be found on FIP-001’s pull request. Fetch-ai Network Improvement Process Plan was originally pub...
Fetch.ai Releases DabbaFlow — The First of Its Kind File-Sharing Platform
Fetch.ai Releases DabbaFlow — The First of Its Kind File-Sharing Platform — DabbaFlow Accelerates and Simplifies the Ability to Securely Share Data. — Cambridge — Fetch.ai (https://fetch.ai/), a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab building an open-access decentralized machine learning network for smart infrastructure, today released DabbaFlow, the first of its kind end-to-end encrypted file-sharing platform. Advanced data-sharing and privacy-preserving technologies are ushering in a new era of data monetization. Fetch.ai’s first addition to its CoLearn ecosystem, DabbaFlow, empowers individuals and companies to take more control over their data and turn them into real business outcomes, while keeping their data private and secure. Data transfers are essential to running a business in the digital age, however this has led to new challenges. Since 2020 there has been an exponential increase in data shared online, arising from remote collaboration and an unprecedented surge in emerging startups. All of which has posed significant data breach risks to individuals and companies, where valuable data is constantly being exposed to security and privacy threats. The results have been devastating for business reputation. Research has shown that customers in retail, finance and healthcare will often times stop doing business with organizations that have been breached. In light of these breaches of priv...
More Fetch.ai (#FET) News
|Fetch.ai Announces DabbaFlow, A File Sharing and Data Management Platfor...
Fetch.ai, the development team building an open-source, machine learning-powered network for smart infrastructure and customizable dApps, has launched DabbaFlow.
In a press release, Fetch.ai said the ready-made and end-to-end encrypted file-sharing system is the first of its kind and would empower businesses and entities to take control of their data privately and securely. Notably, DabbaFlow leverages the benefits of the Fetch.ai blockchain to ensure privacy preservation of all sensitive data transmitted on its rails. All data piped through the product will be auditable and secure, a guarantee vital for maintaining and protecting business reputation.
The solution is borne out of necessity, considering the exponential expansion of data online accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic of early 2020. With more businesses coming online and uploading data, there is also an increased risk of hacks and unauthorized access by third parties. These breaches can be consequential to victims and businesses, mainly if they are engaged in data-sensitive sectors like healthcare and finance. The resulting loss of business and reputational damage can adversely affect the entity's ability to expand, partner, or even do business.
Accordingly, the demand for a secure file-sharing platform is paramount. Fetch.ai is, therefore, timely providing a solution to cater to businesses desirous of using a superior product in the digital age to shield data against unapproved access while being a conduit for fur...
|West Ham United Announces Fetch.ai as their Official Artificial Intellig...
Fetch.ai is West Ham United's exclusive official artificial intelligence partner and the premier league's giant non-exclusive Official Global Partner. Under the deal, Fetch.ai has also been designated as West Ham United Women's football club's non-exclusive official partner. Through this partnership, Fetch.ai and West Ham United will leverage and promote the impact of artificial intelligence in enhancing businesses and daily lives.
Fetch.ai Brand to be Displayed in West Ham United LEDs
Subsequently, West Ham United will promote the Fetch.ai brand and its products in their mega London Stadium on their LED perimeter advertising boards and displays, marketing Fetch.ai's smart parking concept, upcoming social media platform, and future smart solutions.
West Ham United's London Stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has a capacity of 67,000 fans. It is larger than Tottenham Hotspur's £1 billion stadium. In London, the West Ham United's mega stadium is only second after Wembley and Twickenham stadiums.
Nathan Thompson, the Commercial Director of West Ham United, said he was delighted with the partnership.
'We are delighted to announce our first Official Artificial Intelligence Partner and welcome Fetch.ai to the Club at an exciting time for the business, and the industry. We're looking forward to working with Fetch.ai on their smart parking concept, social media platform, and upcoming projects that will provide smart solutions for fans.'
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