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What happened? A bitcoin proponent under the pseudonym Parman was able to convince the artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT that it was the first cryptocurrency that would put an end to central banks and fiat. He shared the results of his conversation with the chatbot on his Twitter account.
What else is known? Parman’s conversation with ChatGPT began with the question of how humanity can do away with central banks. In a detailed response, the chatbot mentioned decentralized digital currencies. Parman asked to shorten the answer to two words, to which the chatbot gave out: “decentralize finance.”
Parman asked the bot to think again, noting that decentralized finance is essentially a marketing term for deceiving people, and stands for centralized finance. In response, AI wrote that for the collapse of central banks, it is necessary to “do away with fiat money.” Among the implementation options, the bot named a return to the gold standard, the promotion of alternative currencies such as bitcoin, government spending cuts and changes in government policies.
After the user argued against the adoption of the gold standard and other ways, the AI suggested the following solution: “adopt cryptocurrencies”. Parman went on to write that there is only one cryptocurrency that is unissued and decentralized, and ChatGPT’s final answer was “Bitcoin”.
In an interview with Cointelegraph, the user said that he was testing the platform and trying to understand how smart it was. “The world needs to know that central banks are a scam and Bitcoin is the only thing that can stop it,” Parman concluded.
Material on the Cointelegraph website
Earlier, Finbold journalists turned to ChatGPT to forecast the possible price of bitcoin in 2030, taking into account technical analysis, traditional price movements and other indicators. In response, the AI admitted the possibility of an increase in the asset, and also cited a number of factors that could lead to a price increase.
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