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Humans targets €1M in a public token sale to further develop their AI-generated media solution

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Image credit: Sabin Dima, CEO and founder of
, ~, the Romanian deep-tech startup that is creating a platform for AI and blockchain ethical creation of synthetic media, will launch a public token sale on the 6th of December. This will happen on Polkastarter, a crowdfunding platform for decentralized crypto exchanges (DEX), facilitating safe investments without interference from a third-party application. 

To participate and buy $HEART tokens, interested parties need to pass through a whitelisting process which is open until the 26th of November. The startup funding goal is around €1M after raising €7.6 million in crypto back in September.

“We have chosen Polkastarter to help engage the community in the further development of the platform. The Polkastarter team has been a great supporter of our project, and ambition to create the first framework for ethical AI and blockchain. They have offered us the framework for the community to be able to participate in supporting in a secure and compliant environment,” Sabin Dima, CEO of shared with The Recursive. is a next-generation blockchain platform that brings together stakeholders using AI to create at scale. The creative studio combines a library of AI tools that users can access to bring their digital ideas to life, which can take the form of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), for example.

Synthetic media is AI-generated media, (images, videos, and sounds, among others) – digital products that are scalable and customizable. The AI market is projected to reach €320B by 2028

Since 2019, Dima has invested in innovation to empower creators to build without limitations. This way, the startup can set in place new bricks for blockchain technology and AI governance, and transparency. In 2022 the team aims to develop the infrastructure by investing in both technology and new talent.  

“As we are building the blockchain for AIs (with an initial focus on synthetic media), our main focus will be expanding the developers’ team and establishing partnerships with other innovators on the market. Following the synthetic media applications, we plan to open our ecosystem to other specific sectors that are suitable for our technology,” Dima adds. 

The founder has a background in economics and has previously co-founded other companies, like AroundWise. In 2013 he used iBeacon Technology to engage people for a different shopping experience via their phones.  

Dima is looking for public investors interested in blockchain and AI, people with deep knowledge and previous experiences with token sale processes. He wants to build a community of investors interested in innovation projects which have a real impact on the world.

>>> If you are interested in diving deeper into the AI vertical in Romania, read our piece From Bucharest to Cluj: how is AI adoption in Romania moving. <<<

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Elena is an Innovation Reporter at The Recursive with 10+ years of experience as a freelance writer based in Bucharest, Romania. Her mission is to report internationally on the amazing progress of the local startup ecosystems while bringing into focus exponential projects developed in niches like health and education or by female entrepreneurs.