IBM to offer its expertise to accelerate NHCT
NanoHealthCare Token (NHCT) has been accepted into ‘Start-up with IBM’ (formerly Global Entrepreneur Program). This gives NHCT access to IBM’s infrastructure and expert technical advice to build their blockchain solution. NHCT will also be a part of IBMs solution marketplace and have an opportunity to partner with IBM’s global healthcare clientele.
Startup with IBM is the single IBM program designed to provide startups access to up to $120,000 of technology usage credits, leading experts and enterprise-grade Cloud, Data, IoT, Blockchain and AI technologies to help solve real problems and ultimately help get their innovative products to market faster.
NHCT is a blockchain powered ecosystem of “Total Health.” It focuses on personalizing healthcare for individuals and making healthcare systems more efficient and effective. It connects users, payers and providers on one platform using a 3 tier token protocol.
NHCT is brought to you by NanoHealth, which made history by becoming the first Indian team to win the Hult Prize 2014 out of 11,000 applicants worldwide. It pioneered a Proactive & Continuous Care model with the right blend of human touch and technology to fight lifestyle-related conditions. NanoHealth has touched over 75,000 people across various walks of life and caused deep impact in improving their health and ultimately their quality of life. More recently, its impact has been recognized by the government, giving NanoHealth the opportunity to expand its solution to a much larger scale and to serve underprivileged people and geographies.
NHCT has just launched its ICO and the private sale at International Blockchain Conference, Hyderabad and managed to get commitments worth $2 Million.
For more details on the private sale, check out NHCT website here https://www.nhct.io/
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