Victoria, Seychelles, Nov. 11, 2023, Chainwire
Chappyz is recognized for its role in web3 community engagement and growth. It is an AI-powered protocol facilitating real-time community building and rewarding active participants.
Addressing prevalent issues in online communities, Chappyz tackles problems like bots, fake profiles, and superficial interactions. The platform aims to improve online connections by encouraging authentic engagement and rewarding active participation.
Chappyz is venturing into the non-fungible token (NFT) scene with its AI-powered Rewards NFTs. This move marks the start of a new era for engagement, earnings, and rewards.
Gracy Chen, managing director of Bitget, said:
“The evolution of AI indicates a transformative era in which its technological breakthroughs are pivotal for fostering community engagement and facilitating seamless project communication. Chappyz’s approach to community building and engagement via AI and Web3 technologies indicates a significant step towards more interactive and rewarding online environments. Bitget is committed to seeking valuable assets for our users while expanding our spot market. Additionally, we are dedicated to supporting potential projects, ensuring a diverse and robust investment ecosystem.”
Established in 2018, Bitget is a crypto exchange and web3 company with a global presence. It serves over 20 million users across more than 100 countries and regions, aiming to facilitate informed trading through features such as copy trading and various trading solutions.
Formerly known as BitKeep, Bitget Wallet is a multi-chain crypto wallet offering various web3 solutions, including wallet functionality, swap services, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, a dapp browser, and more.
Bitget has collaborated with several partners, such as Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi and eSports events organizer PGL, to encourage wider crypto adoption.
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