Bankless BED Index

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What Is Bankless BED Index (BED)?

Bankless BED Index helps your favorite web services keep out bots, spam, and abuse by asking simple questions that are easy for humans and difficult for machines. A service you use has chosen to improve your experience on their site by installing hCaptcha to reduce malicious traffic. Do you use a captcha to keep out bots? hCaptcha protects user privacy, rewards websites, and helps companies get their data labeled. It is a drop-in replacement for reCAPTCHA: you can switch within minutes.

Bankless BED Index is designed to solve the most labor intensive problem in machine learning: labeling massive amounts of data in a timely, affordable, and reliable way. More data generally produces better results in training machine learning models. The recent success of deep models has led to increasingly large datasets, almost always with some human review. However, creating large human-reviewed datasets via Mechanical Turk, Figure Eight, etc. is both slow and expensive. hCaptcha allows websites to make money serving this demand while blocking bots and other forms of abuse.

Bankless BED Index Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameBankless BED Index
Short NameBED
Circulating Supply30,382.00 BED
Total Supply30,382
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
Explorers Click Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Support24/7
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Security First

Accuracy is in your interest and Bankless BED Index . This coin work to give you real data and let you decide how to use it. Other captchas are provided by Gigantic advertising companies, and blocking bots reduces their revenue. The hCaptcha marketplace is powered by the HUMAN Protocol, an open decentralized protocol for human review that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. Websites earn Human Tokens (HMT)* whenever users use the hCaptcha widget on their site, and machine learning companies pay Human Tokens to get their data labeled.

Better User Experience

Sophisticated machine learning models are used to determine humanity. This lets Bankless BED Index require less annoying tasks from users and take less of their time in doing so, while still producing useful labeled data. The hCaptcha widget can protect your applications from bots, spam, and other forms of automated abuse. Installing hCaptcha is fast and easy. It requires either adding some simple HTML and server side code, or using one of the many tools that negatively support hCaptcha.

Privacy Focused

Ad networks see your visitors as the product. Bankless BED Index doesn’t care who your users are, only how likely they are to be malicious. This coin support initiatives like Privacy Pass, and work hard to balance privacy and security. You embed the hCaptcha widget on your site. For example, on a login form. The user answers an hCaptcha. They get a passcode from your server that is embedded in your form. When the user clicks Submit the pass code is sent to your server in the form.

Give Back to Charity

Want to give back to your favorite charity? Bankless BED Index lets you support the charities of your choice with the earnings you gain from using it. Users on your site will soon be able to see your contribution to charity through discreet branding on the hCaptcha interface. You can optionally include the user’s IP address as an additional security check. Do not send JSON data: the endpoint expects a standard URL-encoded form POST.

The Value in Data Labeling

Bankless BED Index Did you realize every time you “click on the car” you are helping to train a single Gigantic company’s machine learning systems for free? hCaptcha turns this model around. When you use hCaptcha, companies bid on the work your users do as they prove their humanity. You get the rewards. While the endpoint may respond correctly to a GET request or to a POST request that uses URL parameters, this is not guaranteed. If the parameters you send to GET are too long, the request will fail and you will be unable to validate passcodes. Using a POST request ensures you will not have this problem.