Solana Labs chatGPT plugin – Software company, Solana Labs announced a new ChatGPT plugin that grants users access to its blockchain data. This was revealed via a tweet on April 25.
According to the tweet, the “open-source” plugin will allow users to check wallet balances, transfer tokens and purchase NFTs once it is available. Furthermore, Solana Labs invites developers who might be interested to test the code and launch their own version. See the tweet below:
(1/2) Solana Labs has created an open-source reference implementation for a ChatGPT plugin that lets users interact with the @solana network directly from ChatGPT.
Users will be able to check wallet balances, transfer tokens, and purchase NFTs once ChatGPT plugins are available. pic.twitter.com/08z1IX76zJ
— Solana Labs (@solanalabs) April 25, 2023
In a screenshot attached to the tweet, the plugin lists the number of NFTs held by a Solana address as requested by a user. In another image, the plugin helps a user send a Solana transaction to another address. Each of the commands returned appropriate instructions in simple language.
However, Solana Labs did not mention when the plugin will be launched and made available. The new plugin responds to commands by collecting data from online sources and also interacting with other websites.
Furthermore, the project’s GitHub page shows that the plugin can be installed via the address https://solana-gpt-plugin.onrender.com as an unverified plugin.
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Public Reactions to Solana Labs chatGPT plugin
Nevertheless, not everyone seems to be impressed with the new plugin. One user commented on Twitter asking Solana to first develop a “working block explorer.” Another user questioned its potential benefit to the ecosystem.
Can we get a working block explorer first?
— Matt (@mattmaximo1) April 25, 2023
Furthermore, Solana Labs expresses its support for AI projects. In another tweet, it also announced $1 million in funding for AI for projects that are built on the Solana blockchain.
— Solana (@solana) April 25, 2023
Just Another Blockchain AI Tool
Solana Labs’ new open-source plugin is just another blockchain AI tool to be released in recent times. On April 24, Binance launched “Sensei Chatbot” – a ChatGPT-powered tool.
Visa also announced on the same day its plan to hire an AI blockchain developer. Furthermore, the Opera browser also announced “Opera One” – an AI-integrated browser. Also, the potential of AI in the entertainment industry has been spoken about extensively.