Faythe is a decentralised AI, blockchain and cryptocurrency project.
The fact that a decentralized AI will be powered by the network and able to compute on encrypted information. This would provide both speed, low resource usage and improve safety.
Faythe is funded by public contribution on the Ethereum blockchain in return for TTP ERC20 tokens. The Faythe Dev Team is funded by TTP donations which are rewarded with FYE ERC20 tokens.
The Faythe Alpha Net is the initial release of the Faythe Protocol with restricted use for academics, researchers and developers. The main purpose of the Alpha Net is perfecting and testing the infrastructure required by Faythe I/O.
Trent is a next generation blockchain that will empower the new shared economy.
Please use the contact section or get in touch with a member of the CORE team. Due to the high number of emails received daily, only interesting question or proposals will be answered.
All information will be public once the testing of the Faythe Alpha Net is done.
Only Faythe Alpha Net members can join the Dev Team due to privacy and security concerns.
Please check the Roadmap page and join our mailing list for updates.
The development team is decentralized just like the project. Our developer team is made out of members of the Faythe Alpha Net which are committed to building the best tech while defending privacy, in order to provide the same privacy and freedom to others.
Please see the Contribution page for all information related to obtaining TTP/FYE tokens.
We currently accept Ethereum, if you hold any other cryptocurrency you can trade it for Ethereum on an Exchange or use a service such as ShapeShift if you value your privacy and want a secure transaction.
No. We only accept Ethereum based contributions. You can exchange Fiat for Ethereum on an Exchange or use a service such as Changelly if you want a fast and secure transaction.
If you don't already have Ethereum you can purchase it by using another cryptocurrency that you might hold, such as BTC, or any Fiat, such as USD. You can then use an exchange or service to purchase ETH.
In order to contribute you should store Ethereum in an ETH Client such as MetaMask or a Hardware Wallet that supports ERC20 tokens.
No. In order to receive the tokens to your own account it is better to use a ETH address that you control. Please use either an ETH Client or Hardware Wallet that supports ERC20 tokens.
You need to send Ethereum to the contract address. For that you need to use the send function of either your ETH Client or Hard Wallet software. You need to use the right gas limit and gas price.
You should use the Gas Limit at 120000 or above.
The Gas Limit is the compute power required by a smart contract that runs on the Ethereum network.
Depending on the Ethereum network load your transaction might take longer with a lower Gas Price. You can check the current network load using a service such as ETH Gas Station. Your ETH Client or Hard Wallet software might also recommend a current Gas Price value based on network load.
Gas Price is the reward you pay to the Ethereum Network for processing your transaction. The higher the Gas Price, the faster your transaction will be processed by the network.
Only trust the contribution address supplied on this website.
You will not be credited and we will be unable to help you as any ETH based transfer is not reversible.
As stated on the Contribute page, the Faythe project is now is Streaking, which means that you need to wait for plot distribution to happen before you can claim your tokens. You can check time left in the current Streaking on the website. Once the Streaking you've contributed in ends you can send any amount of ETH to the Claim Address on the Contribute page and get both the tokens and your claim ethereum refunded minus contract fees. Advanced users can also use the Claim or ClaimAll function in the contract.
You should check the specified method of adding ERC tokens to your client or wallet. You can get all the relevant token information from the tokens page.
Tokens are a representation of a particular asset or utility, that usually resides on top of another blockchain. In our case we are talking about TTP and FYE ERC20 tokens that are being used for distribution purposes before the swap to the Main Net.
ERC20 is a protocol standard that defines certain rules and standards for issuing tokens on Ethereum’s network.
ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Comments. This is an official protocol on the Ethereum(ETH) network. '20’ is the unique proposal ID number.
ERC20 tokens are fast and secure and allow us to distribute TTP/FYE tokens by only accepting ETH in return.
Go To “Tokens” tab after you have logged in. Click on “Add Token”. Insert "Token Symbol", "Token Decimals", "Token Contract Address" for TTP/FYE that you can obtain from the Tokens page. Click "Add". You will be able to see the balance amount of TTP/FYE and TTP/FYE will be added to MetaMask.
Yes. Distribution is set to 100% in all 3 plot types. No tokens are being held.
Yes. But tokens for developers are coming from the Trent Dev Found which is funded by TTP donations in return for the FYE bonus. No tokens are being held for developers in distribution.
No. Distribution of tokens is 100% contribution based. There will be no airdrop or token allocation of any kind.
Due to the distribution model we made sure that there will not be any unsold tokens at any times.
TTP/FYE ERC20 tokens can be transferred just like any other ERC20 tokens or Ethereum itself.
TTP/FYE tokens can be traded on any DEX ERC20 exchange. TTP/FYE tokens will also be listed on multiple non decentralized exchanges. We recommend against private trades outside of exchanges. Please be in control of your tokens at all times.