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Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by teloswriter1: 10:13pm On Mar 02, 2020
Answers and contributions needed following by choosing one option
A or B then elaborate using the questions below

(A) Blockcahin? - which one and why?
(B) Artifical Intelligence? - Why?

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Nobody: 11:14pm On Mar 02, 2020
Blockchain chat up for why 09061792462

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by teloswriter1: 3:00pm On Mar 09, 2020
Investing in a blockchain is one of the best experience for which no millenial should miss out, but there has been a lot of matters arising as to which blockchain projects are more trusted, more efficient and more reliable for anyone to invest.

DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT A FINANCIAL ADVISE

This article will educate you about "THE TELOS BLOCKCHAIN" and why you won't regret to invest 10 million of any hard currency into the telos blockchain,

PROCEDURES
- BUY/HOLD TLOS
- STAKE TLOS TO REX

The first step to investing in the telos blockchain is to buy TLOS and they are various ways that you can do that which includes buying directly from exchanges or buy through OTC services from workers and block producers who would love to sell some of their TLOS tokens to cover for expenses. Exchanges, where you can buy telos tokens, includes; https://newdex.io, https://p2pb2b.com https://cointiger.com

The second step involves staking on the resource exchange market of TELOS which generates over 15% returns on investments (ROI). Staking to REX is very easy to do and anyone can withdraw from staking at any time and the funds and profits accumulated would be returned to your available balance after 3 days for transactions.

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Engrpamosen: 2:22am On Apr 07, 2020
Personaly, I would prefer using both technologies, it is pretty hard to really choose between them. They would make a great combo.

This post made me research more about AI
As a software Engr. I understand the importance of technological advancment and both option A and B posses a lot of futristics and disruptive qualities.

I have been using the blockchain since 2016, and as big fan of Etheruem, I hold hundreds of thousands of etheruem with a very positive mindset. Ethereum changed my life for Good for just buying and Holding, imagine building a dapp on it.

I've read most of your articles and I have also done personal research about telos blockchain. The price is low and very cheap but the market is very volatile and more risky as there are few buyers for that coin. I would wait till it is worth 50 naira from current 10 naira before I buy just to make sure that as the underlying tech is promising the economy would also be promising. So let's hope for better.

About AI, this the world's next big thing, which could be applied in different tech aspect of life and imagine using blockchain datatbase to run different AI softwares it would be very amazing.

Public AI system should make use of public Blockchain systems like ETH and EOSIO from what I've learnt through your article.

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Alikowa: 2:56pm On Apr 07, 2020
Engrpamosen:
Personaly, I would prefer using both technologies, it is pretty hard to really choose between them. They would make a great combo.

This post made me research more about AI
As a software Engr. I understand the importance of technological advancment and both option A and B posses a lot of futristics and disruptive qualities.

I have been using the blockchain since 2016, and as big fan of Etheruem, I hold hundreds of thousands of etheruem with a very positive mindset. Ethereum changed my life for Good for just buying and Holding, imagine building a dapp on it.

I've read most of your articles and I have also done personal research about telos blockchain. The price is low and very cheap but the market is very volatile and more risky as there are few buyers for that coin. I would wait till it is worth 50 naira from current 10 naira before I buy just to make sure that as the underlying tech is promising the economy would also be promising. So let's hope for better.

About AI, this the world's next big thing, which could be applied in different tech aspect of life and imagine using blockchain datatbase to run different AI softwares it would be very amazing.

Public AI system should make use of public Blockchain systems like ETH and EOSIO from what I've learnt through your article.

I am quite excited to see another Etheruem Blockchain enthusiast like me who has been following up updates from this amazing this telos blogger. I agree with you that AI and Blockchains are very important and would be amazing if both of them are made to work together.
I totally agree with that

But what I do disagree with waiting for the price of TLOS to go from 10 naira on CMC to 50 before you can understand that the economy is good for you to enter.
Well that may not end well, because without valid fundamental analysis you could be buying at the TOP of the chart which is very volatile like you said. The best thing which I would prefer is to wait for the coin to get listed on bigger exchanges like bittrex or binnace, or kucion in order to be sure that coin is in real circulation in exchanges to avoid whale influences which I have seen a lot in volatile markets.

Possible the price of TLOS could keep soaring higher to even far above the cheap 50 naira that you wish to buy but my advice would be, do some serious personal analysis before you hop in.

Thank you.

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Alikowa: 12:52pm On Apr 24, 2020
Thanks for the information. I just bought 8,970 TLOS on cointiger following your articles. I hope to see above $0.5

Smiling

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Krizfrancis: 1:50am On Apr 27, 2020
Why would I choose AI over blockchains. Of course, blockchains all the way. Anyways this telos blockchain that you are talking about seems strange to me. Please tell me more. Maybe I can buy if it is still cheap

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Re: Between artificial Intelligence and blockchain, where would you Invest 10M? by Donaldshots: 8:09am On Apr 29, 2020
When you are promoting your TELOS blockchain, why would you want us to choose AI, LOL. anyways blockchains do work with AI too, I have seen a lot of them, and I kind of really seem to like TELOS blockchain than before. It is the real MVP

I love your articles, teloswriter, you are doing very well

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