4 min readNov 26, 2023

All Cardano users know that Cardano and its ecosystem have very little visibility among the media, influencers, and other specialized platforms. To achieve the mass adoption we all have been waiting for, we must establish our presence in a subtle and intelligent way.

In this article we will describe the first part of the plan.

For those who have carefully read our Medium article:

The conclusion is as follows: “We may have the appearance of a meme, but you need to understand that Kiseki is a Trojan horse; we’re bringing the AI technological revolution to Cardano thanks to Bittensor.”

It’s time for us to expand on what we mean by the Trojan horse.

Meme Culture

I know of few means as effective as meme culture for quickly disseminating an idea. It’s fun, lighthearted, and allows for a virality that is hard to achieve with a purely technical product.
This is what left so many people shocked, frustrated, and confused when they witnessed the success of Doge, then Shiba. People who swore by technical criteria, roadmaps, GitHub development, saw meme coins reach levels that 90% of crypto projects will never achieve.
Today, the market is more mature, and more people understand that underestimating the power of meme coins could be a bad idea.

$KISEKI = Matryoshka Doll

The image of the Trojan horse is vivid, but we can also use that of the Matryoshka doll. It’s a concept that I appreciate immensely because it has a symbolism that very few people grasp. One thing often hides another, then another, until it reaches its core, which hides nothing.

Kiseki appropriates meme coin culture and declares itself as such to attract all the degens who can spread the word like no one else in the crypto space can.

Kiseki is, therefore, the first AI meme coin on Cardano.
Indeed, the first chapter was the creation of Kiseki by the decentralized AI Bittensor (a competitor of ChatGPT & OpenAI) :

But Kiseki doesn’t stop there. Our ambition is to assist anyone who wants to know more about a crypto project by providing the answers and tools necessary through Kisekichat.

Imagine you know nothing about the Cardano ecosystem and want to learn more. What should you do, go to Taproot, and then?
Kisekichat will answer all your questions (to the best of its ability) about any token in the Cardano ecosystem.

The chat could start like this:

USER → “I don’t know $SNEK; can you tell me more?”

Once all the answers are provided, it could end with:

USER → “Kiseki, buy me some $SNEK.”

The AI will respond by sending a link to our own DEX aggregator.
Indeed, thanks to DexHunter’s API, we will have the opportunity to offer our UI and allow the user to buy after providing all the answers they needed. The ability to trade directly through our future platform is a crucial part of our plan, as it will allow us to collect fees generated thanks to our onboarding.

We are constantly thinking of ways to generate cash flow to offer benefits to those holding $KISEKI.

It is essential to understand that we will not achieve this result with V1 because we need to collect maximum data to feed and train our AI. That’s why we are planning an intermediate step.

DYORBOX: Gathering Maximum Data

Dyorbox will be our first product that aims to be cross-chain in the long term.

The goal with Dyorbox is to allow the entire community to build a giant encyclopedia. All teams actively working on a crypto project in the Cardano ecosystem will have the opportunity to provide all the information they have to allow Dyorbox/Kiseki users to benefit from it.

You’ve understood it, Kiseki is more than a meme, but it will never want to part with that image.
$DOGE, $SHIB, $PEPE, and, of course, $SNEK have taught us that meme culture cannot be fought but must be embraced.

Underestimating meme coins is a mistake not to be made, thinking that $Kiseki is just a meme coin is a mistake that can prove even more serious.

To be continued…