Aphid is an ecosystem and financial technology company that specializes in internet-related services and products utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain technologies.
Business to Consumer
Aphid has created a revolutionary process called Aphiding. When your bot works for you, you get paid. Aphid provides a seamless experience to send money instantly to our members as the controller of their bot. Launching Spring 2020.
Business to Business
Whether in the retail industry, a financial institution, or a Small or Medium Sized Business (SMB), Aphid offers bot solution processes for your business needs. Ranging from chatbot support and conversion leads to scheduling online bookings. Launching Spring 2020.
History of The Aphid
An Aphid is an insect also known as plant lice and in Britain and the Commonwealth as greenflies, blackflies or whiteflies. Some aphids reproduce sexually, some reproduce asexually and some use both methods of reproduction depending on their environment. Typically at a very fast rate. With asexual reproduction, females can either give birth to live clones or lay eggs, all without a male aphid.
Most aphids you see are most likely female, some species of aphids do not even have a male counterpart. In other species, males may only be created during certain parts of the year. Aphids are parthenogenesis, or asexual reproducers meaning that females do not require fertilization in order to give birth- they can do all the work by themselves if no males are present by cloning themselves. The life cycle goes much quicker if you skip a step. Another strange thing about aphids is that they do not lay eggs, the eggs generally hatch inside the female, giving birth to an active nymph. More so than that, the nymphs are ready to lay eggs in just 10 days! This breeding process is so fast that nymphs are often born pregnant, so in just 10 days these newborns will already be giving birth- allowing three generations to be born- in just one month! This means that a pregnant aphid could be carrying her kids, and grandkids! In fact, aphids reproduce so quickly, they could reproduce 600 billion descendants in one season. Aphids can reproduce at an exponential rate, without the need for males. They survive solely due to their speedy breeding process, providing strength in numbers.