SingularityNET uses the AGI Token for its marketplace. The AGI Token is an ERC-20 token hosted on the Ethereum blockchain. Right now, we are in the
alpha phase of the SingularityNET Marketplace. That means that you will need to use Kovan Testnet AGI to work with our tools. You can get Kovan Testnet AGI by following the instructions here.
Testnet AGI vs Mainnet AGI
For those new to Ethereum, it may be a bit confusing what exactly the difference between Testnet and Mainnet tokens are. In principle, you can distinguish them as follows:
- Testnet tokens are used to test software applications with, try out demos, or in our case the Alpha.
- Mainnet tokens are used for officially deployed software.
- Testnet tokens never have a monetary value.
- Mainnet tokens could have a monetary value.
- Both tokens can be used to add extra utility to the software.
Since we are currently in the Alpha stage, we only use Kovan Testnet AGI. You can find our Mainnet AGI Token (to be used in a later stage) here with the address
NOTE While we are aware that the AGI token is currently being traded on some exchanges, we do not encourage or facilitate this exchange trading in any manner. Speculative secondary trading is against the spirit of the AGI token and SingularityNET project. We strongly discourage speculative secondary trading and officially ask AGI token holders to act accordingly.
We have an automated faucet for distributing Kovan Testnet AGI Tokens here. You will need to login using your GitHub account and input the Ethereum address where you want to receive the AGI token. Make sure this address is a Kovan Ethereum Address. You can request 1 AGI token every 24 hours.
In order to add the Kovan Testnet AGI you may need the following details:
- Symbol: AGI
- Decimals: 8
- Kovan Token Address: 0x3b226ff6aad7851d3263e53cb7688d13a07f6e81
The Alpha Marketplace is under heavy development, so it is advised that you check back regularly for new updates. We are expecting to release the beta in February 2019. You can sign up for developer updates at the end of this page.
We expect everyone in our community to treat each other with respect and to contribute in a positive way to our ecosystem. Please read our Code of Conduct and help us promote this message in the community.
You can meet and chat with other developers via the following channels:
We are welcoming external contributions to our documentation, such as corrections, improvements, new tutorials, or other suitable additions. Please find our contribution guidelines here.
Please contribute pull requests to the master branch. In case you simply want to notify us of an issue, please open an issue here.