Decentralized Applications

A decentralized application (dApp) forms the front end for most users to interact, utilize, and evolve the AI Systems and services within the AI Protocol.

A dApp on the AI Protocol can range in its complexity and scale of decentralization: it can be a simple Web UI that runs within the browser and allows AI-powered interactions with AI Agents or it can be a fully functional web app that allows for AI-powered content creation and has its own tokenomics, or it can be a mobile app with no tokenomics and is powered by the AI Protocol’s tech stack at the backend.

With the V3 upgrade, anyone is able to build decentralized applications on the AI Protocol without requesting access from centralized entities or by utilizing AI Systems that are running on centralized infrastructures.

Any dApp developer interested in building on the AI Protocol can utilize one or multiple Artificial Liquid Intelligence Agents (ALI Agents) to access and utilize the AI systems and services within the AI Protocol. This enables them to integrate the AI services being offered in the AI Protocol within their dApp without waiting for approvals or the fear of their access to AI being banned or revoked by any centralized entity.

When an ALI Agent creator launches their Agent, it's minted as an NFT with a bonding curve embedded as liquidity, allowing for anyone to buy Keys of that Agent, using the ALI Utility Token. The owner of that ALI Agent also has the ability to create an ALI Agent Token in order to further evolve its community-driven creative economy. An ALI Agent's Keys and Tokens offer an array of monetization possibilities to grow a multifaceted tokenized ecosystem around each Agent.

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