23andMe and other DNA experimenting companies make money by exchanging genetic data. LunaDNA wants to move you the one who benefits when your genes are worth something.
When 23 andMe made a $300 million agreement with GlaxoSmithKline in July-so the pharmaceutical whale could access a enormous storage of genetic data as it works on new drugs-the consumers who actually provided that data didn’t get a gash of the starts. A new state platform is taking a different approach: If you decide to share your own DNA data or other state records, you’ll get companionship shares that will afterwards compensate you bonus if that data is sold.
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