The mission of Analysis in Chains is to learn and share knowledge about the blockchain industry, together. This means cryptocurrency trends, breakdowns of the latest ICOs, interviews with blockchain leaders, and most importantly, working together to form a friendly blockchain community.
The speaker for Analysis in Chains first Meetup will be Gourish Singla, co-founder and COO of project Shivom. Gourish is an accomplished business leader, angel investor and social entrepreneur with a focus on performance, growth, and innovation. Shivom offers the first ever integrated solution for patients and genome data donors, where everybody will be able to have their genome sequenced and securely stored. This ecosystem will provide an open web-marketplace for other providers such as pharmaceutical companies, research organizations, governments, patient-support groups, and insurance companies to contribute their apps and services alongside genomic data analytics and personalized medicine. Through Project Shivom, Gourish combines his deep interest in this sector alongside advocacy for blockchain and distributed ledger technology to hopefully make a transformational difference both for business and for wider society.
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