AI is increasingly playing a vital role in our daily lives, and we strongly believe that everyone should have the opportunity to harness its potential. While tools like GPT and Stable Diffusion have made AI more accessible, the process of generating the right questions for these models (a.k.a. prompts) remains challenging and time-consuming for users.
Creating effective prompts is crucial for achieving meaningful responses, but it's a non-trivial task and it’s not surprising that companies are paying substantial salaries to hire "prompt engineers".
We believe that the solution lies is collaboration and crowdsourcing. PrompHunt is an open repository of AI prompts. It allows individuals to share their most effective prompts while also exploring the prompts created by others to accomplish tasks in different categories. Furthermore, users have the ability to curate the results by upvoting their favorite prompts.
Proper incentivization is fundamental in open systems. In order to provide support for prompt creators, PromptHunt incorporates a funding system that allows individuals to make donations. These contributions are pooled together, forming a fund that is periodically distributed to the creators who have received significant appreciation from the community, as indicated by receiving a higher number of upvotes. This incentivizes and rewards the creators for their valuable contributions to the repository.
PromptHunt integrates payments powered by Request Network, designed to facilitate donations. By utilizing Request Network as a receipt, users can make payments or send funds with a simple workflow. The payment process includes an invoice that ensures compliance with regulatory standards.
We had some issues with the integration of Request Network:
We found some Issues in the documentation, which was not up to date on many blockchains, mainnet and testnet.
USDC is not uploaded on testnet. Still unsolved today. Thanks for the team who is been really active to support and answer to questions.
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