Binance and other major crypto exchanges to list Worldcoin

Binance and other major crypto exchanges to list Worldcoin

Author: James Soplin


Binance and other major crypto exchanges to list Worldcoin

The startup of Sam Altman, the head of ChatGPT developer, has announced the launch of its own token


Crypto exchange Binance will list the Worldcoin (WLD) token, the launch of which became known on July 24, and will open trading in WLD/BTC, WLD/USDT pairs. Other major cryptocurrency exchanges, including OKX, Bybit, and KuCoin, have also announced the launch of WLD trading. The launch of the token itself was officially confirmed by the developers of the project.

What is Worldcoin? Why the creator of ChatGPT needs a catalog of all the inhabitants of the planet


The Worldcoin startup of Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, the company that developed ChatGPT, will use eye-scanning technology to identify users. The official launch of the project took three years of work, specifies Bloomberg. Behind the development of technical solutions for the project is the company Tools for Humanity, where Altman is a co-founder.

The project plans to use eye-scanning technology to create a World ID user identification system based on zero-knowledge-proof technology.

The developers of Worldcoin say it will solve two problems that have arisen with the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The system will differentiate between humans and bots, and will also provide "a form of universal basic income that can offset the loss of jobs caused by the widespread adoption of AI."

The proprietary token will initially serve as a means of rewarding and engaging users. WLD trading will not be available to US citizens due to regulatory uncertainty.

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