KuCoin AMA With GraphLinq Protocol (GLQ) — Bringing No-Code Development to Blockchain
Dear KuCoin Users,
Time: March 17, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:28 PM (UTC)
KuCoin hosted an AMA (Ask-Me-Anything) session with the CEO at GraphLinq Protocol, Jr00t, in the KuCoin Exchange Group.
Official Website: https://GraphLinq.io/
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Jr00t — CEO at GraphLinq Protocol
Q&A from KuCoin
Q: Please give us a brief introduction to the GraphLinq ecosystem.
Jr00t: The GraphLinq ecosystem comprises two main components: the GraphLinq Chain and the GraphLinq Protocol.
The GraphLinq Protocol is an automated process management solution designed to make it easy for users to deploy and manage various types of automation without coding skills. The protocol comprises four key components: the IDE, the App, the Engine, and the Marketplace.
The GraphLinq Chain is a blockchain that is specifically designed to support the GraphLinq Protocol.
Q: What sets GraphLinq apart from other blockchain projects?
Jr00t: GraphLinq is unique because it combines blockchain technology's power with a no-code platform's simplicity, making it easy for anyone to create and manage automated processes without needing advanced coding skills. GraphLinq is built on a Proof-of-Authority (POA) blockchain that provides a secure and scalable platform for running automation. Our chain is incredibly fast, so the KuCoin community should try it even once; it's really easy to use.
Q: Can you tell us more about the GraphLinq Chat personal assistant?
Jr00t: It is a personal assistant powered by OpenAI models that can answer questions and complete tasks. We also have a speech-to-text feature that allows users to interact with the assistant hands-free, just like you are talking to Siri. GraphLinq Chat will be available soon.
Q: How does GraphLinq ensure its platform and user data's security?
Jr00t: GraphLinq is built on a secure and scalable Proof-of-Authority (POA) blockchain that provides its users high security. All the data that is processed through the GraphLinq Protocol is encrypted and stored on the blockchain, which ensures that the data is secure and cannot be tampered with. Furthermore, data encryption provides an additional layer of security by ensuring that only authorized users can access the data. This is important because it protects sensitive information from being accessed by unauthorized parties; GraphLinq Protocol ensures that data processed through the platform is secure and private.
Q: What are some real-world use cases for the GraphLinq platform?
Jr00t: For instance, GraphLinq can automate financial transactions such as payments and settlements in the finance industry. It can help streamline the entire process and eliminate the need for manual intervention, which reduces the risk of errors and fraud. GraphLinq can be used in the healthcare industry to monitor patient health and manage medical records. It can help healthcare providers track patient data in real time, which enables them to provide better care and treatment. Similarly, in the logistics industry, GraphLinq can be used to track the movement of goods through the supply chain. As a result, it can help businesses optimize their supply chain management, reduce costs, and improve efficiency. However, healthcare is still a distant dream use case.
The current active use cases for the GraphLinq platform are mainly around deploying automation, triggering on-and-off-chain events using premade templates from the GraphLinq Marketplace, or using our IDE to make custom automation.
It's very simple to get started. Just head to the GraphLinq Documentations.
Q: Can you tell us more about the GraphLinq token (GLQ)?
Jr00t: GLQ is the native token of the GraphLinq ecosystem. It is used for transactions on the GraphLinq Chain, as well as for staking and governance.
Q: What are the plans for GraphLinq?
Jr00t: Our plans include the following:
● Expanding the capabilities of the GraphLinq Ecosystem.
● Adding new features to GraphLinq IDE, Engine & Chain.
● Increasing platform adoption across various industries.
● We also plan to expand our partnerships and collaborations to drive further growth and development of the ecosystem.
You can expect new features across our platforms, more validators on our blockchain, and AI-specific integrations. We have GraphLinq Assistant launching soon, which uses OpenAI Models, GraphLinq Engine+IDE & Speech-To-Text power. We will continue to enhance its use case and make it more blockchain ecosystem specific by feeding it more necessary data on-chain, making it smarter for the industry.
We recently announced OpenAI's integration on GraphLinq. This will allow users to host their ChatGPT in under 2 minutes without coding easily! Next, we will launch some templates so that users can interact on Twitch and Telegram bots and get responses as they get from ChatGPT, but in a more accessible manner.
Here's what you'll be able to do with our premade template on Twitch:
Here's how GraphLinq Assistant will look:
We already have KuCoin logical blocks on our IDE & app! We advise the community to go and give it a try!
We will continue to add more logical blocks and templates!
We'll be happy to answer any questions that the community might have on our socials, and for all updates, stay active on our Medium, Twitter, and Discord.
Free-Ask from KuCoin Community
Q: Where can $GLQ token holders stake their tokens to earn staking rewards?
Jr00t: Our staking app is life on our mainnet, the GraphLinq Chain. Here is all that you need to know about GLQ staking and a step-by-step guide to getting started.
Q: What is the GraphLinq Engine for, and how can we use it?
Jr00t: The Engine is the main core of GraphLinq Protocol. It's the software process that executes graphs over the network. We deployed two different protocol layers for testing and used them to produce your graph. On the test net, you can deploy graphs and test them for free, but they have limited access and cycle length restrictions while it is unlimited on the mainnet and only need a balance cover-up in the engine depositor smart contract.
From a coding perspective, the Engine is developed and maintained into .net core 3.1 (C# language), allowing for fast execution and cross-compatibility over any exploitation system.
Github open source repository of the Engine.
To use, set up an environment by following the steps on the link below.
Here is how you can run the Engine locally on your PC.
By running a GraphLinq engine locally on your PC, you are executing graphs on-chain, triggering nodes and notifying you that you're actively contributing to the network. All these reward you with GLQ.
Q: Can GraphLinq Assistant help KuCoin users to understand and control their trading strategy in every market instrument?
Jr00t: Yes, that is a possibility. We have KuCoin logical blocks available on our IDE already. You can use GraphLinq assistant to derive strategies for you and deploy them easily using our IDE without coding. If you do not want the complexity of using the IDE, go to marketplace.graphlinq.io and create an offer, someone will make a premade template for you, and you can customize it by changing the variables and then deploying it for yourself. If you have further questions, please join our discord, and we'll assist you.
Q: You mentioned that GraphLinq is a set of tools for automating various processes and tasks. Is it necessary to have programming or web coding knowledge to access GraphLinq?
Jr00t: The GraphLinq Protocol is designed to make automation accessible to everyone, regardless of their coding skills. It is a no-code solution that allows users to create and manage their automation processes without technical knowledge easily. The GraphLinq IDE (Integrated Development Environment) provides an intuitive visual interface that enables users to create and customize their automation processes using drag-and-drop functionality, making it easy for anyone to get started. The GraphLinq App and Marketplace also provide access to pre-built automation processes and templates that users can utilize without knowing any programming languages.
Q: Can GraphLinq Protocol be used for creating non-fungible tokens (NFTs)?
Jr00t: Yes, GraphLinq Protocol can be used for creating non-fungible tokens (NFTs). With smart contracts on the GraphLinq Chain, users can create and manage NFTs, including setting ownership, transferability, and scarcity parameters. The GraphLinq Protocol provides a user-friendly interface for creating and managing smart contracts, making it accessible to those without extensive coding knowledge. NFTs created using GraphLinq can be used in various industries, such as art, gaming, and collectibles. There are already premade templates for deploying your NFT contract using GraphLinq without coding in under 5 minutes.
Check out this easy tutorial for beginners:
How To Deploy NFT Smart Contracts & Mint NFTs In Just Few Clicks Using GraphLinq's NoCode App
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