Grapevine ICO Completed, Pilot project on the Way

Grapevine ICO completed successfully, according to the latest news from the company. The innovative project has hit the planned target of $30 millions and now is ready to test its ideas.

27 August, AtoZ Markets Grapevine World, the international IT startup based in Vienna, has successfully completed its ICO (Initial Coin Offering) on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, for its digital ecosystem. With the support of the crypto community and investment commitments from business partners, institutional investors and private individuals, Grapevine World has reached its target of $30 million. 

Grapevine ICO Completed, Pilot project on the Way

The ICO consisted of a private round in February 2018 and a public round of 6 July to August 15, 2018. As a next step, the Grapevine Tokens (GVINE) will be listed on various Exchange platforms (such as COBINHOOD and CGCX).

“We are pleased that we have successfully completed one of Austria’s largest ICOs. Now we continue to work hard to drive global health data sharing. With global availability of health data, Grapevine World can revolutionize the entire healthcare industry for everyone, from patients to clinicians to research organizations,” said Martin Tiani, CEO, and founder of Grapevine World.

Pilot project: clinical trial at the international pharmaceutical company

A pilot project will test the following over the coming months: the combination of market-proven interoperability standards in Health Information Exchange (IHE) and innovative Blockchain technology for tracking and assessing the source of health data. This pilot is a test run to demonstrate the potential of the solution as part of a clinical trial at a Forbes 100 pharmaceutical company. Grapevine World allows access to anonymous data, regardless of the location. Another pilot project will be implemented together with the Vienna Medical Service Center Austrian Health.

To realize the ambitious global technology project, Grapevine works with a variety of partner companies, such as Microsoft and Telekom Germany, and is constantly expanding its network of experts and partners. In the near future, further national and international projects, as well as test plants, are planned.

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