What is Healthbank (HBE)?
Healthbank (HBE) is a decentralized health data exchange platform where you can collect health data from any source and in any format. With proper authorization, you can share your data with doctors, care teams, family members, and anyone else who has an Internet connection. Just as important, you have complete data ownership and can stop sharing your data at any time for any reason.
Healthbank also offers healthcare providers a secure environment for all health-related data, from fitness to medical data, as well as from eMedications to therapy plans and illness prevention recommendations.
As mankind has entered the digital era, health has become digitalized as well. Health records are recorded digitally, prescriptions sent and received electronically. However, these large amounts of personal health data are generated and shared freely and insecurely through apps and personal devices, which often happens without necessary protection.
Healthbank has a mission to change this with its safe, secure and compliant ecosystem. Healthbank only cooperates with providers compliant with its regulatory framework, which is based on the European GDPR and acts in accordance with the highest legal and ethical standards in data protection eMedications to therapy plans, and more.
You can read more in their whitepaper.
Check on the Official Website for more info about the team.
Community & News
- Twitter: 2,578 followers;
- Facebook: 302 followers;
- LinkedIn: 620 followers;
- Telegram: 1,098 members.
The Healthbank (HBE) team is also very active on their Medium blog, and here are a couple of highlights:
- Pre-Token Sale Start Date: September 17, 2018
- Pre-Token Sale End Date: February 27, 2019
- Token Sale start date: February 28, 2019
- Token Sale end date: May 31, 2019
- Total Token Supply: 4,000,000,000
- Total Tokens Offered: 2,200,000,000
- Hard Cap: CHF 27.6 Mil.
- Soft Cap: none
- Token Symbol: HBE
- Token Sale Price: 1 HBE = CHF 0.0143
- Blockchain Used: Ethereum
- Token Standard: ERC-20
- Token Type: Security
Intended Use of Funds
- 37% Onboarding clients existing platform
– 12% production HB 1.0
– 23% BD&marketing
– 2% ops excellence
- 45% Healthbank 2.0
– 21% development HB 2.0
– 9% blockchain / DLT
– 15% data analytics AI / deep learning
- 18% Supporting operations
– 7% loan repayment & contingent liabilities
– 9% back-office
– 2% customer service
- 30% STO
- 17% pre-STO
- 15% early user onboarding incentive
- 20% market cap
- 5% fees for STO
- 3% member sale
- 5% private sale
- 5% team
Next steps in the list:
- February 2019: public STO
- March 2019: emerging market application ready
- Future: A.I.
A decentralized health database, Healthbank is not alone in its cause. Other players in this potentially lucrative field include:
- Medicalchain (MTN), a decentralized platform that uses smart contracts and digital token to power the infrastructure for creating digital health applications and providing medical service, building a user-centered electronic health record. Medicalchain has already made a name for itself, but we’re still waiting for it to be fully launched.
- Coral Health (CHT), a blockchain-based platform where users can share their health records with other stakeholders safely and easily, solving the problem of poor data-sharing practices that plagues traditional medicine. The platform is already available for download on Google Play and Apple Store.
The project is revolutionizing the exchange, storage, and monetization of personal health data. Although they have quite a few competitors aiming to do the same, it seems that Healthbank has gone the furthest in their efforts.
They have a strong team and have already established themselves in the community. They have an appealing product, which from the looks of it, looks very user-friendly and easy to use, which is ultimately the most important thing in a user-oriented project. That said, it’s a shame we can’t test out the product ourselves yet.
The HBE security token holders will hold financial equity rights of Healthbank cooperative and included dividends, so if you’re a serious investor, you might want to check this one out.
By Sead Fadilpasic