Artificial intelligence (A.l.) tends to get a bad rap – Hollywood has painted terrifying pictures of a future with A.I. (remember the Terminator?) while mainstream media outlets have us worried that A.I. will soon replace us.

But don’t let that fool you into dismissing the incredible opportunity A.I. presents – especially for cryptocurrency investors like you, who are in a unique position to profit.

Ultimately, A.I. will change the very nature of labor. According to PwC, advances in A.I. will affect nearly one-third of all jobs and 44% of all workers by the mid-2030s – but the wider economic gains will be huge. PwC expects A.I. to add $15.7 trillion to global GDP by 2030.


“If you can describe your job, a robot will do it. If that bothers you, you should be investing even deeper into A.I.,” American Institute for Crypto Investors Chief Crypto Strategist Nick Black has said. “This is the world we live in. And the world is changing very quickly in the next four to five years.”


What investors need to recognize (and quickly) is that A.I. will soon begin to consume whole industries – and that the best way to get ahead and maximize your profits is by investing in the right A.I. cryptocurrencies today.

It all has to do with the profit-producing power of disruptive technologies that completely transform entire industries.

Companies at the forefront of a disruptive technology tend to deliver extremely lucrative returns. Just ask anyone who invested in Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) in the early 2000s.

Well, cryptocurrency is one of today’s disruptive technologies. It’s still in its infancy now, but over the next decade, it will completely remake the world of finance.

That game-changing potential is what’s driving such stunning price gains. Bitcoin (BTC) is up over 1,000% just since January 2019 and many early investors in crypto have already made life-changing wealth.

Similarly, A.I. is also an evolving, disruptive technology that’s already changed how we shop and interact with personal technology. Scientists used A.I. models to analyze datasets for the COVID-19 vaccines in 2020, allowing them to bring vaccines to market in record time. And you’ll find A.I. at the heart of many in-the-pipeline innovations like self-driving cars.

But when you combine A.I. with crypto and blockchain technology, that’s where you’ll find the sweetest opportunities.

A.I. is good at analyzing data to “learn” how to perform human tasks. Crypto is good at collecting, storing, and securing large amounts of data in a public blockchain.

They’re a match made in heaven because the technology can leverage the vast amount of trusted data stored in the blockchain to do what it does much better.

Using blockchain tech is like injecting A.I. with steroids.

And the potential here is so great that Nick thinks the top A.I. cryptos could see gains of as much as 100X from where they started in 2021.

I’d say any investment with that kind of potential deserves a spot in your portfolio.

Wouldn’t you?

Today, we’re going to introduce you to the number-one A.I. crypto that every investor needs to have their eye on and show you how you can invest in it today…

About SingularityNET (AGIX)

That top A.I. crypto you need to be watching is SingularityNET (AGIX).

SingularityNET uses blockchain tech to allow interoperability between different types of artificial intelligence so they can “cooperate and coordinate at scale.”

Don’t worry if that just sounded like a bunch of gibberish.

To get a better understanding of what SingularityNET is/can accomplish, check out NuNet (NTX).

NuNet is a project designed to harness the mostly wasted computing power of our high-tech devices.

That would include not just PCs but smartphones, gaming systems, and even smart appliances. It seeks to use A.I. to manage a vast global network of computing devices, making it possible to share and monetize titanic amounts of computing power and data.

Then, there’s Rejuve – a life extension project from the SingularityNET Foundation. The plan is to reward people with crypto tokens in exchange for answering surveys about their health and lifestyle. The data is not linked to the participants but is pooled together on the blockchain for artificial intelligence to analyze. Over time, the project founders expect to find ways to extend the human life span.

Pretty impressive, right?

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SingularityNET is one of our favorite A.I. crypto picks – but it isn’t offered on commonly used exchanges like Coinbase.

With that said, AGIX is not particularly difficult to obtain. You just need to follow a few simple steps, which we’ll walk you through below.

How to Buy AGIX: A Step-by-Step Guide

Before we start, here’s what you’ll need. This process will go more smoothly if you have these accounts set up ahead of time:

MetaMask is simply a browser-based crypto wallet that is installed as an extension. It works best with a Chrome browser.

OK, let’s get started!

Step 1: Buy Tether, Bitcoin, or Ethereum on Coinbase Pro

To buy your AGIX on KuCoin, you’ll need to use one of the AGIX trading pairs, which include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and the Tether stablecoin (USDT).

I will point out that I am wary of USDT because of long-debated concerns over whether it is sufficiently backed with U.S. dollars or USD equivalents. But buying USDT for a brief trade is fine since you’ll only own it for a short time.

In this guide, we’ll be using USDT.

What you need to do first is go into your Coinbase Pro account and buy the amount of USDT you’ll need to buy the amount of SingularityNET you want.

We’re using Coinbase Pro as opposed to a standard Coinbase account because the fees are significantly lower.

If you buy the USDT with U.S. dollars you’ve just transferred from your bank’s checking account, you won’t be able to move the USDT out of your Coinbase Pro account for six days.

Step 2: Move Your Trading Crypto to KuCoin

Now you need to transfer the crypto you just bought to your KuCoin account. Open a new window or browser tab so you can keep Coinbase Pro open and accessible.

Then log in to your KuCoin account.

Go to the “Assets” page (the link is on the top right) and click on the “Deposit” button. Once there, click on the ticker symbol of the crypto you bought on Coinbase Pro.

MAKE SURE YOU CLICK ON THE CORRECT CRYPTO.

Sending crypto to a wrong address will result in the irretrievable loss of that crypto. Coinbase Pro should prevent you from sending crypto to a wrong address, but it is something to always bear in mind. That will bring up the box shown here.

This is how you obtain your deposit address. Since crypto addresses are long, random number/letter combinations, it’s best to just copy it. Clicking on the copy icon will put the deposit address on your computer’s clipboard.

Also, make sure it says “Main Account,” although it should default to that. If using USDT, check that ERC20 is highlighted in blue. Coinbase Pro uses the Ethereum-based standard ERC20 to send Tether.

Now go back to the Coinbase Pro window. From your portfolio screen, click on the crypto you bought. You’ll see the amount you own on the left. On the right are the “Deposit” and “Withdraw” buttons. Click on “Withdraw.” That will bring up a pop-up screen with a list of cryptocurrencies. The crypto you bought should appear near the top. Just click on it.

The next screen is an option to either transfer your crypto to your regular Coinbase address or to send it to an outside address. Click on “Crypto Address.”

That will bring up the screen shown on the right. Paste the address on your clipboard into the “To” section. If you’re sending all of this crypto to KuCoin, just click “Max” in the “Amount” section. Otherwise, type in the amount you want to send.

A network fee will appear, reducing the total that will land in your KuCoin account. This is not a Coinbase Pro fee; it reflects the cost of sending crypto over the network. The fee may be higher than you expect, particularly with USDT, because it uses the Ethereum network. The fees vary but tend to be high because Ethereum is the foundation for much of the crypto economy (ERC20 tokens, decentralized finance, NFTs).

Now sit back and wait for your crypto to appear in your KuCoin account. The process may take a few minutes; do not be alarmed if the coins do not appear right away. You’ll get an alert when it shows up.

Step 3: Transfer the Crypto to Your Trading Account

KuCoin segregates your assets into different types of accounts.

To buy AGIX, you need to transfer your crypto to the Trading Account. Move your mouse cursor to the “Assets” link at the top right area of the KuCoin web page. From the drop-down menu, select “Main Account.”

You should see your crypto at or near the top of the list. You’ll also see a set of green links on the right to “Deposit,” “Withdraw,” or “Transfer.”

Click on “Transfer.”

That brings up the pop-up box where you will execute the transfer. The direction at the top should default to moving the crypto to the Trading Account.

If you click on the number next to the available amount, it will put that figure in the box below. Or you can manually type in the amount you want to transfer.

When you’re ready, click the green “Confirm” button.

The crypto will immediately disappear from the Main Account. If you click on the Assets link again to access the page with all the accounts, you’ll see your crypto has moved to the Trading Account. Now you can go buy some SingularityNET!

Step 4: Buy Your SingularityNET

Now you need to navigate to the KuCoin’s trading area. Move your mouse over the word “Trade” at the top of the page. A menu should pop up that looks like this:


Move the mouse cursor down and click on “Spot Trading.” You’ll go to the trading screen.

To get the trading pair you want, click on the tiny triangle at the top of the screen next to the two crypto tickers that describe the trading pair. That brings up a box with a search bar at the top. Type AGIX into the search bar. AGIX trading pair options for USDT, ETH, and BTC will appear. Choose the one that matches the crypto you bought.

Now input the six-digit trading password you created when you set up your KuCoin account. The box for that is located in the lower right part of the screen. After you put in your trading password, that area will change to the spot trading options you will use to buy your AGIX.

If you want to buy immediately, you can use a market order. Just click on the “Market” link to bring up this option.

Since you’re buying, you only need to concern yourself with the left side of the box. If you click on 100%, it will fill in the full amount of the USDT, BTC, or ETH you have in your Trading Account. If you don’t want to use all of it, you can choose another percentage or type in the amount you want to spend.

Clicking the green “Buy AGIX” will execute the order immediately at the current market price, and you will own some SingularityNET.

But if you think you can get in at a lower price, you can use a Limit Order. Click on the “Limit” link to bring up that option.


With a Limit Order, you choose the price you’re willing to pay. Then you select how much AGIX you want to buy at that price, or click on 100% to commit all of the USDT, BTC, or ETH in your Trading Account.

The trade will execute when AGIX hits your target price. Depending on how aggressive you are in setting the target price, you may have to wait a while – hours, days, or even weeks – before the trade executes. So if you’re eager to get your hands on that AGIX, keep that in mind.

Once you have obtained your SingularityNET, you can move on to Step 5.

Step 5: Prepare Your MetaMask Wallet

As noted earlier, SingularityNET is an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token. MetaMask is a wallet where you can store any ERC-20 token and keep control of your private keys. As such, it has a single Ethereum address. The issue is that AGIX tokens sent to your MetaMask wallet will not be visible until AGIX has been added to the wallet.

To be clear, if you don’t add AGIX to your MetaMask wallet before you send the AGIX tokens, they will not be lost. They’ll be in your wallet; you just won’t be able to see them.

Open your MetaMask wallet. Near the bottom of the page, you should see a question, “Don’t see your token?” Click on the link “import tokens” below the question. A box will appear that allows you to either search for a token.

Type in AGIX, and you will see SingularityNET appear at the top of a list. Click on it to select it, then click the blue “Next” button at the bottom.

That will bring up another box that asks if you would like to import these tokens (SingularityNET will be shown). Click on the blue “Import Tokens” button at the bottom, and you will go to a page that shows how much AGIX you have in MetaMask and any activity. It should show zero.

Now your MetaMask wallet is ready to receive your AGIX tokens.

Step 6: Move Your SingularityNET to Your MetaMask Wallet

Since your AGIX is still in your KuCoin Trading Account, you need to transfer it to your Main Account so you can move it to MetaMask.

This is basically the reverse of what you did earlier. Hover your mouse over the “Assets” link on the top left, but this time select “Trading Account” from the drop-down menu.

Your SingularityNET should appear at or near the top. Click on “Transfer” from the set of green links on the right. You’ll see the same Transfer box as before, but now the crypto you’re moving is AGIX. Click on the number next to “Available amount” to fill in the box below, then click the green “Confirm” button.

Once again, go back to the Assets menu. Choose “Main Account.” You’ll see your AGIX there, at or near the top. This time you want to click on “Withdraw” from the green links on the right.

Go back to MetaMask to get your deposit address. The easiest way is to click on the copy icon under the name of your MetaMask wallet on the main page. That will put the address on your PC’s clipboard.

Now go to the KuCoin withdraw page and past the MetaMask address in the “Wallet Address” box. Then select the Network by clicking on the pop-up menu. It should say ERC20.

For the AGIX amount, you can click on the Max amount to populate the box or type it in manually.

The blue “Confirm” button at the bottom shows how much AGIX you are sending to MetaMask.

Note in my sample image that the amount is substantially less (140 AGIX units) than the amount of AGIX shown in the KuCoin account. That’s KuCoin’s withdrawal fee, and yes, it’s ghastly. Part of why it is so high is that it includes the fee for using the Ethereum network. Unfortunately, there’s no avoiding it.

After you’ve finished weeping over the high fees, click the Confirm button. Congratulations! You just sent your AGIX to your MetaMask wallet!

AGIX should appear in MetaMask within a couple of minutes.

Have questions about buying AGIX? There’s a good chance I’ve answered them right here, but if not, post them in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to help!

Take care,


David Zeiler
Advisory Board Member, American Institute for Crypto Investors

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Kirby
Kirby
1 month ago

Seems it would be easier to purchase ETH or BTC on KuCoin and use that to purchase AGIX.

American Institute for Crypto Investors Research Team
American Institute for Crypto Investors Research Team
1 month ago
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Indeed