Using the Assistant
The latest release of Coin Wallet includes an integrated assistant. The assistant, powered by natural language processing and artificial intelligence, aids users in providing insights and executing financial transactions with ease. This feature expands on Coin Wallet’s core functionalities and is intended to disrupt cryptocurrency exchanges and wallets by providing mainstream consumers and crypto enthusiasts with the easiest and most secure way to manage their digital assets.
The integrated assistant is the world’s first financial AI assistant for digital assets intended to help users save time and money. Dubbed as the “Grammarly” of crypto, the integrated AI assistant transforms the traditional financial experience by highlighting and providing insights for finance-specific keywords on any web page.
Text that is currently recognized are:
- Popular token names such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.
- Popular token symbols such as BTC, ETH, etc.
The assistant also enables the ability to execute transactions by simply typing a command in any input field. ie. “Send $50 Bitcoin”. For those who prefer extra assistance, the assistant can help users buy, send, and exchange transactions in a guided step-by-step process using any input field on a web page. What is currently considered a complex and daunting task for the average consumer, can now be completed in a matter of seconds. Users can also ask the assistant anything from the price of Bitcoin to the 24hr volume on Binance. Future versions will also support sending commands using voice. The combination of decentralized P2P technology, cross-chain interoperability, and AI integration, creates a secure and unparalleled experience to help consumers save time and money.
Intents that are currently recognized include:
The initial release of the integrated assistant will be limited to a few core keywords (text and intent recognition) to help users focus and learn the general functionality of the assistant itself. Intent and recognition will continue to be expanded as we improve the neural engine for the assistant. Future versions will be more robust in knowledge and also include support for voice.