HUMAN Protocol Foundation Announce HMT Now Listed on Probit – Press release Bitcoin News
PRESS RELEASE. The HUMAN Protocol Foundation is delighted to announce that HMT is now listed on Probit. Probit joins other exchanges, Bitfinex, FTX and Gate.io in offering our community the opportunity to buy, sell, and trade HMT.
HMT is the native cryptocurrency of HUMAN Protocol. In practice, Requesters – who want to launch a job – must first purchase HMT, with which they pre-fund a smart bounty. On the other end of the system, Workers who complete the work are rewarded in HMT.
HMT’s utility extends to other entities – such that agents looking to operate in the Protocol must either stake or pay in HMT. For instance, the operator of an ML software responsible for data sanitation must stake HMT, and will earn HMT if their sanitation – and corresponding vote – is correct.
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