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HMT listed on Gate.io
The HUMAN Protocol Foundation is delighted to announce that HMT is now listed on Gate.io. This listing offers our community another way to buy, sell, and trade HMT.
HMT broke the CoinList record for the number of participants in an ICO, adding 63,000 new stakeholders to the HUMAN project. HMT is the native cryptocurrency of HUMAN Protocol. In practice, this means that Requesters who want data to be labeled must first purchase HMT, with which they pre-fund a smart bounty. On the other end of the system, Workers who complete the labeling are rewarded in HMT.
But HMT’s utility doesn’t end there. The ML software responsible for data sanitation must stake HMT, and will earn HMT if their sanitation - and corresponding vote - is correct; furthermore, the network of oracles designed to ensure the quality of work will earn HMT for completing their job.
Gate.io is a cryptocurrency exchange designed to give users a secure way to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies. It hosts over 780 cryptocurrencies, and boasts more than 2 million weekly visits. The supported features include: a super secured SSL link, offline Bitcoin wallets, instant deposit and withdrawals, 2FA, no deposit fee, and low fees for trading and withdrawal.
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