Push Protocol is giving the popular chatbot, ChatGPT, a Web3 upgrade by incorporating Metamask and other wallets to create an encrypted chatbot that prioritizes user privacy.
Co-founder of Push Protocol, Harsh Rajat, explains that the platform operates with Web3 ideologies in mind, making it an easier choice for regulators to approve.
Originally launched in 2020 on the Ethereum network, Push Protocol has expanded to include Polygon and BNB Chain.
The aim of Push Protocol and its app is to start with a combination of wallet activity and AI, which will later expand to chat-based payments and a personalized user experience.
As global leaders become more wary of the potential dangers of artificial intelligence and express concerns about user privacy, Push Protocol aims to prioritize user privacy through default encryption of its chatbot.
All chats are encrypted, and Push Protocol tries to provide a fun and engaging experience by livening up its responses. Push Protocol saves messages on both IPFS and Push Nodes, and utilizes distinct encryption methods for authentication and communication.
The platform aims to keep all conversations private, even when wallets are linked to their ENS names.
Push Protocol is not the only blockchain company looking to leverage OpenAI’s technology. Other companies include Moralis, BlockTrace, and Coinbase.
In February, Coinbase used ChatGPT to automate the due diligence process for potential security risks related to token listings on the platform.
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