PRvalidator

PRvalidator

PRvalidator

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Our Purpose

PRvalidator is a professional media validator dedicated to securing top-tier coverage in the world’s most recognized publications building Bittensor’s brand equity and creating global awareness of $TAO.

Powered by the Bittensor community, delegators stake their $TAO to PRvalidator in order to generate rewards that provide the capital to fuel growth. This decentralized model of ecosystem development means that the community truly decide how the Bittensor brand earns coverage with a dedicated validator highly experienced in PR and blockchain. 

PRvalidator is committed to working with the Bittensor brand and the projects building on Bittensor to secure coverage that will change the AI landscape forever.

Our Skills

Public Relations
100%
Founder & Project Story Telling
100%
Branding & Commercial Strategy
100%

Our Services

PUBLIC RELATIONS

We specialize in earned-media coverage in the form of featured articles and opinion pieces (opeds) where the core of your story and what you’ve built is told to global audiences.

FOUNDER & PROJECT STORY TELLING

Your product is an extension of the vision you have for your product. We can help you craft succinct stories about your ideas for a better world and how people can connect with your technology to realize them.

BRANDING & COMMERCIAL STRATEGY

Public relations is a funnel that directs a potential customer to a call-to-action. Without the call-to-action, the funnel becomes a drain. We can show you how to leverage media coverage in order to break the ice when doing cold outreach, close bigger and more deals, and convince the builders that your project is headed for the moon.

PRvalidator has generated interest from some of the world’s biggest publications and secured interviews with The New York Times, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, Reuters, MarketWatch, and more. The interest from these major outlets demonstrates a strong demand for Bittensor in the mainstream market. PRvalidator continues to pitch fresh stories and angles to the media in order to land more coverage and grow the Bittensor brand.

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New organization seeks to upend tech industry’s ‘monopoly’ on AI technology
On Sept. 13, the U.S. government took another step in the long, labyrinthine path towards regulating AI with the inaugural meeting of the AI Insight Forum

Blockchain and crypto have been criticized for years as a “solution in search of a problem.”

Blockchain and crypto have been criticized for years as a “solution in search of a problem.”

Big Tech leaders are exaggerating the existential threat AI poses to humanity to solidify their market shares through government regulation, a leading figure in artificial intelligence told an Australian financial publication Monday.
The White House’s executive order on artificial intelligence has created a lot of buzz in Washington this week. For banks that use AI, the order’s impact could come quickly, experts say.
This expert believes that open source AI is the best way to make the most of this powerful technology.
Titans like Microsoft (through OpenAI), Google (through DeepMind), and Amazon (through Anthropic) currently dominate the AI industry.
AI has taken the tech world by storm, and many wonder if crypto has a role in this wave of innovation. Bittensor seems to be one of the most promising crypto AI projects. How can you get exposure to Bittensor’s TAO token? This guide will explain more about the project, and how best to invest.
Contrary to its past struggles, Bitcoin has recently defied expectations with a formidable 130% rebound in 2023, positioning itself as one of the standout performers among major assets this year. As the year draws to a close, Bitcoin’s resurgence prompts a critical examination of prevailing market assumptions.
More powerful hardware to handle AI and growing concerns for ethics and responsibility are some key trends.
Could distributed, open source AI tools be competitive with the likes of ChatGPT? Marcus Graichen thinks so.
Amid widespread concern regarding possible built-in bias, opacity, and misalignment in big-tech-dominated AI, one strategy that offers the potential for more balanced machine learning processes is to decentralise them. Ala Shaabana of the Opentensor Foundation explains.
The token for Bittensor, the network geared toward incentivizing the development of open-source artificial intelligence, eclipsed a market capitalization of $3 billion.
The incumbent wants to promote innovation. The likely GOP nominee wants to protect American business. Both strategies will determine the trajectory of the U.S. tech sector for years to come.
In the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence, the term ‘decentralized AI’ has emerged as a beacon of potential transformation. But what does this term truly encapsulate? At its heart, decentralized AI signifies a shift from the monolithic, siloed computational behemoths to a more distributed, collaborative approach.
Remember the days when outsourcing by European companies to freelancers in Asia was stereotyped as a trade-off between cost and quality? Well, those days are fading fast. Today, we’re witnessing a remarkable transformation: developers from these regions are poised to lead the next tech revolution, and the secret sauce? A relentless drive to succeed and decentralized AI.
The rapid growth of decentralized AI is changing the startup landscape; now, more than ever, brilliant minds quietly cook up ideas that could easily hit the billion-dollar mark without cozying up to venture capitalists. They’re rolling up their sleeves, running miners and validators on decentralized AI protocols to generate wealth and develop their tech without needing external investment.
We’ve previously chatted about the intersection of AI and crypto, focusing specifically on bitcoin miners and AI.
The intersection of artificial intelligence and blockchain seems to be a growing focus for venture capitalists and innovators worldwide. Companies developing solutions based on these technologies disclosed substantial capital raises in June, many of them seed rounds.
The intersection of artificial intelligence and blockchain seems to be a growing focus for venture capitalists and innovators worldwide. Companies developing solutions based on these technologies disclosed substantial capital raises in June, many of them seed rounds.
The intersection of artificial intelligence and blockchain seems to be a growing focus for venture capitalists and innovators worldwide. Companies developing solutions based on these technologies disclosed substantial capital raises in June, many of them seed rounds.

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