Under the name of Talk2Satoshi, a chatbot with artificial intelligence (AI) was presented yesterday only to respond to Bitcoin-related issues, from the perspective of its inventor or the group of people behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
Developer Pierre Corbin, announced yesterday on Twitter that he has been working in recent weeks, together with Hugo Ferrer, on a tool that was “missing: the Bitcoin GPT”, inviting the community to try the chat for free.
The shared link leads to a fairly simple website, asking to ask any question related to the Bitcoin ecosystem. The answers are based on five “verified sources” by the developers.
“The world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies can be confusing and overwhelming, with new information and updates every day. With T2S, we offer a unique way to get answers to your questions, chatting with an AI version of the creator of Bitcoin himself, Satoshi Nakamoto”, reads the website.
A ChatGPT, but only for Bitcoin
Undoubtedly, the project intends to emulate OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the AI tool that has become popular in the world to hold conversations, information, summarize class notes, resolve doubts or problems, among other use cases.
However, the Bitcoin chatbot is only meant to provide answers that the peer-to-peer e-cash community may be asking for.
To test Talk2Satoshi, it will be enough to put a question or a combination of words in the box where you are invited to ask anything related to Bitcoin, after which you have to click on the orange button to get answers.
The site already presents some questions that are within the reach of users, such as what is deflation? What is the future of the dollar? and What are the five basic principles of Bitcoin?
Your answers are based on 5 sources, among them is the book “The Bitcoin Pattern”, published in 2018. As well as in the messages and emails that Nakamoto sent when he worked in Bitcoin. Similarly, among its sources the chatbot includes a documentary called “The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin”, created by Pierre Corbin last year.
The promise of the project is that it responds from the perspective of Satoshi Nakamoto, and when CriptoNoticias asked him about his true identity, he replied that there is no way to identify him.
Then, introducing the same question in different versions, he answers with various extracts from Saifedean Ammous’s book. With this, there is the feeling that it is this writer who responds instead of someone from the perspective of Nakamoto, who disappeared 12 years ago.
On the other hand, Pierre Corbin invites questions that probably won’t be found anywhere else, How is our debt sustainable in an inflationary world? To which the chat responds: “our current debt level and target inflation rates are not sustainable in the long term.”