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Updated: Sep 26, 2021

The Autonio Foundation and SingularityDAO this week signed a new licensing deal that will broaden and deepen their existing technology and ecosystem partnership and accelerate their joint research into decentralized artificial intelligence.

Under this new strategic arrangement, SingularityDAO and Autonio will enter a licensing agreement to share codebase and core AI infrastructure, so the two companies can accelerate their combined research into AI and advanced decentralized finance (DeFi) applications.

Decentralized AI can unlock a new level of innovation in DeFi and power a new generation of efficient and intelligent distributed financial services.

Autonio and SingularityDAO will also collaborate on AI workshops and research papers and/or patent applications on any findings resulting from their combined efforts.

The Autonio and SingularityDAO project teams will continue separate work on their unique and independent AI agents, business use cases, and specific IP while collaborating on areas of joint interest.

The new alliance strengthens...

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The development company behind Cardano, Input-Output (IOHK), has unveiled the Plutus dAppStore, a new shop for decentralized applications on the network. Developers will be able to post their Cardano dApps to this shop, making it easier for the community to find them.

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Cardano Introduces dAppStore

Cardano has announced the creation of a marketplace for verified decentralized applications. In a blog post published on Wednesday, IOHK gave a sneak peek at its new “integrated approach” to the development of the Cardano ecosystem, which will be unveiled at Cardano Summit 2021. The Plutus dAppStore, a shop where developers can publish their decentralized applications running on Cardano and make them simpler to discover, is the centerpiece of the announcement.

The dAppStore, according to Shruti Appiah, Cardano’s head of product and smart contracts, removes two hurdles to entry. The first is that there is no formal discovery procedure for dApps running on the network, and the second is that end-users do not have a consolidated picture of all dApps available in a specific ecosystem.

Cardano users will be able to explore the complete ecosystem of dApps running on the protocol through a single “storefront” or web page with the Plutus dAppStore.

IOHK is also launching a formal certification scheme for third-party decentralized applications on Cardano, in addition to the dAppStore. Through automated logic tests, manual smart contract auditing, and formal verification, the program aims to provide users with assurance about the integrity of the dApps they utilize.

The dAppStore, according to Appiah, will provide a “democratized environment for developers to publish their dApps without facing censorship,” which means that both certified and uncertified apps will be listed on the storefront, as the site does not intend to act as a gatekeeper but rather as a “platform for transparent user assessment.”

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Updated: Sep 26, 2021

Cryptocurrency expert Charles Hoskinson — founder of Cardano (ADA cryptocurrency), founder of IOHK, and former co-founder of Ethereum — will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Blockchain for Business Conference, hosted by the Blockchain Center of Excellence at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the U of A.

The 2021 Blockchain for Business Conference is a free, online event taking place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CT Friday, Oct. 8. Students, executives, industry practitioners, and academics from all over the world, as well as those located in Northwest Arkansas, are invited to attend. Register now.

Learn from experts on topics such as enterprise leadership, sustainable supply chains, decentralized finance, tokenization, scalable system architecture, inclusive design, food and drug safety, digital health passes, and more from companies and researchers focused on blockchain-enabled technology and digital ecosystems.

Hoskinson is a Colorado-based technology entrepreneur and mathematician. He attended Metropolitan State University of Denver and University of Colorado Boulder to study analytic number theory before moving into cryptography through industry exposure.

His professional experience includes founding three cryptocurrency-related start-ups — Invictus Innovations, Ethereum, and IOHK — and he has held a variety of posts in both the public and private sectors. He was the founding chairman of...

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