Main reasons for dead coin listing – Failed ICO
- Started 2017, Ended 2018.
- Social stopped/deleted early 2018.
- Trading ticker (HER).
- 110 million tokens max.
- Not available to trade.
- Was built on the Ethereum blockchain.
- Website down.
- The Founder/CEO is Javier Blanco Thomas.
- CCO is David Conde Sayans.
Hearthy ICO was founded in 2017 and is not trading on any exchanges. Was added to the dead coins list due to the fact they did not reach the required soft cap and closed down. The Founder/CEO is Javier Blanco Thomas.
Not sure if invested money was refunded.
Copy paste from old site (archived)
(hearthy co 2017)
What problems is Hearthy solving?
Affordable access to healthcare
Decrease of healthcare costs by cutting out the middleman in the access-to-health process: removing the middleman from the equation has the effect of drastically reducing patients’ waiting time, and quickly giving access to more reliable Personal Health Records (PHR).
While PHRs are typically expensive, Hearhty’s platform is completely free through an open source initiative. It is simple to install and there are no licenses to purchase.
Hearhty’s ecosystem puts the control of medical records in the hands of the patients themselves, who become their own healthcare advocate. The records are also easily and seamlessly transferable to different healthcare providers with different IT systems and architecture.
Ownership of data and user centric KYC
Patients can customize privacy settings and sharing options of their medical records through a user-friendly dashboard. Choosing to give access to healthcare providers and researchers results in tokens or cash back on premiums.
The ecosystem, by design, ensures also the highest level of security for private data. At the same time, healthcare providers become truly accountable when joining Hearthy’s ecosystem.
Accessing health data can be tough for researchers. Hearthy is solving the problem by creating an aggregated anonymous repository of medical data, which can give researchers and developers an invaluable pool of information to create predictive models and healthcare applications, and solve public health problems.
Patients registered on Hearthy’s ecosystem give access to their data anonymously to researchers, and get rewards for sharing.
Screenshot from the old website (archived)