The EOS San Fransisco Hackathon was amazing. I had a chance to meet in person many of the personalities that we all just see on screen. The energy in the rooms and halls of the event was ENDA-tastic. If you … Read More
SAN FRANCISCO — You probably know where your Social Security card, birth certificate and other sensitive information is being stored, but what about your genetic material? If you or your child was born in California after 1983, your DNA is likely … Read More
Had a chance to hangout with Fuzzy this week and talk about EDNA. Here’s the link to the show and here’s the link to Fuzzys Weekly Hangout
This Sludge Article lays out quite well the plans the large corporations have for your personal genetic data. As horrifying as it is when you think about it. It might be worth a letter to someone.
Next week Meet.One will begin distributing EDNA Token airdrops to it’s MASSIVE (largely Chinese based) community in an effort to increase awareness of the EDNA Dapp/DAC. These tokens are a non-dilution of the EDNA total supply and were budgeted from … Read More
Hey, that would be contrary to the first amendment, and we don’t do that here. This is The United States of America! True. Well, Sorta True… The government’s NCBI ClinVar database lists 49,047 genetic variations that are pathogenic to humans. (pathogenic means … Read More