EncrypGen links genetic data to the blockchain, offering security as well as easier access to data for authorized users. Genetic data is set to become the next big research tool, and researchers are looking for the right data. not all researchers are successful in their search. EncrypGen, which will use the blockchain to store data, will enable researchers to find the data. Contributors can put up their personal genetic data at no cost, if they choose to. They can share the data with researchers for free, or at a price.
EncrypGen allows for storage of genetic data on the Gene Chain, based on blockchain. The major advantage of using the Gene Chain is security, as well as easier access to data users. Users can range from individuals to scientific organizations. Individual users can benefit from the enhanced security, as well as zero cost data uploading. They may use this method to share their data with physicians. Those who want to look to more uses for their data, can considering giving it to researchers for a price or free of cost. There is complete security thanks to blockchain, so no one can steal the data. Researchers who hold genetic data might store it on Gene Chain, for more security or to acquire more space for storage.
Users can acquire the Gene Chain coin or the DNA token to use the EncrypGen platform. The platform allows users to communicate with each other. The EncrypGen token can be found on major exchanges such as Cryptopia and Etherdelta. The users can download a browser based wallet. EncrypGen has plans for more applications such as social media for users.
Genetic information is growing in popularity, because it can help in medical breakthroughs. Given the user concerns of misuse though, people may not be willing to share their genetic information, even if it could benefit them. Also, researchers are often faced with difficulties in acquiring or storing data. EncrypGen offers a platform to resolve the difficulties. Donors can save their data here, without any outside meddling, and no threat of data breach. They do not pay anything to use the service, and researchers may instead pay them for the use of their data, with the consent of the donor. Users may also store data here for use by their doctor. Researchers can utilize the high storage capacity here to store data, or look through the registry to find the right donor.
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