Elliptic, a crypto risk management firm, believes ChatGPT will help scale intelligence and disclose hazards to crypto users that “they can’t get anywhere else.”
Elliptic, a cryptocurrency risk management firm, has integrated ChatGPT to increase its effectiveness in identifying crypto threats, while other crypto enterprises report varying degrees of success with its adoption.
Elliptic offers cryptocurrency users risk evaluations for transactions, wallets, and exchanges. Its human research team uses a private data set that has “over a decades worth of data.”
According to a statement on June 1, Elliptic has included ChatGPT in its off-chain intelligence and research operations to increase the precision and speed of spotting new hazards.
ChatGPT, according to the business, will enable its researchers and investigators to examine new risk variables “in higher volumes and at a quicker speed than ever before.”
Jackson Hull, chief technology officer for Elliptic, asserted that their application would be able to identify risks that human researchers might have missed:
“Our customers come to us to know exactly their risk exposure. Integrating ChatGPT allows us to scale up our intelligence, giving our customers a view on risk they can’t get anywhere else.”
Recently, ChatGPT has been incorporated into the operations of several crypto companies with varying degrees of success.
Amy, a ChatGPT-based artificial intelligence (AI) user assistant, was introduced by cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com on May 3 to help consumers learn about the sector by providing real-time token pricing, projects, and historical events.
A spokeswoman for Crypto.com said that although AI may have “massive potential implications” for the cryptocurrency sector, they anticipate receiving a lot of input in the beginning that will be “integrated into future upgrades.”
However, “cracks” in ChatGPT’s response accuracy have already been found for the bitcoin derivatives exchange Bitget.
On June 1, Gracy Chen, general director of Bitget, said that although Bitget was originally impressed by ChatGPT for answering common client concerns, mistakes were discovered when given “more complex queries.”
Chen noted, “Despite being trained on extensive data, ChatGPT sometimes offers misleading, biased or incomplete information, as a recent internal test reminded us.”
These changes follow Solana Labs’ April 26 announcement that Solana (SOL) users would soon be able to communicate with the Solana network directly through ChatGPT.
Users can check wallet balances, transfer tokens, and purchase nonfungible tokens through an open-source plugin developed for ChatGPT.
Solana Labs has not yet disclosed the launch date of this feature.
Elliptic was contacted for comment, but no response was received in time for publishing.