Ekkø is the first virtual assistant to blockchain and cryptocurrency

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2018-02-10 16:45:03

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Ekkø is the first virtual assistant to blockchain and cryptocurrency

Developed by Konstantin Keller presented a virtual assistant Ekkø with a built-in Converter cryptocurrency. The bot was created in order to help learn the course and provide answers to pressing questions of the cryptocurrency world.

Ekkø able to convert some of the coins in the other, and he can compare the ratings for 79 of the exchanges, to show the history of rate changes and to interpret the terminology. The bot can check the balance of a bitcoin or Ethereum addresses, describe the algorithm of a particular platform or to give background information on prominent figures of the cryptocurrency industry. The bot receives information from CryptoCompare, Coinmarketcap, CrunchBase, LinkedIn, Wikipedia and other resources. The bot are encouraged to review the categories of questions that he can ask.

In the near future Ekkø will be able to warn users about the price changes, calculate the ratio of capitalization of cryptocurrency, to show the dynamics of the course and will support the exchange of cryptocurrency due to ShapeShift. The bot can be used in the browser and the instant messenger Telegram, Messenger, Slack, Twitter, Line. Now it only supports English, but in the future the situation will surely change.

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