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An overview on FET Token: is a cutting-edge platform that combines internet of things devices and algorithms to enable collective learning. It is based on a shared ledger with high throughput.’s architecture provides a one-of-a-kind smart contract capability that may deploy machine learning or artificial intelligence solutions, allowing for decentralized problem-solving.

The platform’s open-source tools enable customers to build various ecosystem infrastructures and launch innovative business models. is made up of a worldwide team of developers that are working on the intersection of blockchain, artificial intelligence, and multi-agent systems. It is based on a next-generation distributed ledger system that is extremely scalable and incorporates machine learning.

The ecosystem of open access tokenized decentralized machine learning networks for smart infrastructure integrates multi-agent systems, machine learning, and cryptography to enable a decentralized digital economy. was founded in 2017 by a group of experts lead by the project’s CEO and co-founder, Humayun Sheik, as well as Toby Simpson, Thomas Hain, and Jonathan Ward. BOSCH, German manufacturing, and technology business is cooperating with to build the V2.0 Mainnet of the blockchain network.

The ‘Festo’ team worked with to create a decentralized manufacturing marketplace. Other key ecosystem partners include Catena-X, innovative telecom laboratories, Fireblocks, YOTI, and others. is collaborating with OpenDAO and OCP. FET holders on Binance Smart Chain can use them for staking and exchanging OMNIC tokens and Minting USDO stable coins.

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Happy Bhogi to all customers

The first day of ‘Pongal’ is known as the ‘Bogi’ or ‘Bhogi’ celebration. Lord Indra, the God of Clouds and Rains, is honoured on this day. Lord Indra is revered and worshipped for his bountiful crop. As a result, the land is blessed with plenty and prosperity. As a result, ‘Indran’ is another name for ‘Bogi’ or ‘Bhogi’ day. People clean their houses from top to bottom, gathering all of their unwanted possessions. They normally spend their time with their family on home duties.

Every house, from the most opulent to the most humble, is cleansed and whitewashed. Homes are adorned with ‘Kolams’ after they have been cleaned. These are floor patterns made using a white rice paste and a red mud outline.Five petal pumpkin blossoms are put in lumps of cow dung to embellish ‘Kolams.’ Fresh rice, turmeric, and sugarcane harvests are carried in from the fields before the end of the day. This is done in preparation for the next day.

Before cutting the paddy on the first day, a specific pooja is done. Farmers honour the sun and the ground by applying sandalwood paste on their ploughs and sickles. They then cut newly harvested rice with these hallowed implements.

Lord Indra, the god of rain and lord of lords, is honoured during the Bhogi festival. On this day, the Bhogi Mantalu rite is performed, in which unwanted household goods are thrown into a bonfire traditionally composed of cow dung cakes and wood.

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