Aphid, a financial technology company and ecosystem that utilizes artificial intelligence and blockchain technology to disrupt the nine-to-five workforce is excited to announce that it will be launching the aBion token on the Solana blockchain this summer. Solana is a fast, secure, and censorship-resistant blockchain committed to speed and scalability.
Upon release of the Aphid mobile app, users known as controllers can create personal bots (aClones) that work for them by doing various tasks online to earn money. These tasks embed into an open-source marketplace of plugins that controllers can install to their aClones of choice. An example use case is their aClones as virtual assistants selling products and services through a chatbot window of enterprise clients in the network.
The aBion is the native utility token used to power automation on The Workforce Leveraging System Ledger (WLS). In the Aphid ecosystem, users, or Controllers, use aBion tokens to power actions of aClones in the WLS network. In the Aphid ecosystem, Controllers may purchase aBion tokens in “Power Packs” to increase task summoning amounts for their aClones. The more summons a Controller has from their power packs, the more their aClone runs in the network for tasks. When an aClone is summoned for a task, the plugin developer requires a small fraction of the aBion token per API call called an “alate.”
Launching the aBion token on the Solana blockchain enables rapid deployment of bots within the Aphid ecosystem. The Solona technology allows aClones to immediately start working on their designated tasks once assigned and activated by their Controller. The Solana blockchain’s scalability and speed will sustain millions of simultaneous bot deployments in the Aphid ecosystem.
Solana (SOL) is an open-source project that implements a high-performance, permissionless blockchain. The Solana ecosystem uses an open infrastructure to offer significantly more scalability than its contemporary blockchain protocols to create a highly scalable blockchain platform.