As Bitcoin enthusiasts wondered whether the new coin would ever graduate from its novelty status, a picturesque town in Norway found Dr Navjit worrying about the growing security vulnerabilities of global medical data.
Oh, and flossing, of course.
He had been researching the game-changing potential of blockchain for a while when he met Elad Harison, also a Doctor, but one operating at the intersection of economics and artificial intelligence. Soon enough, the duo of blockchain enthusiasts teamed up and decided to secure not only medical records, but every type of data there was.
Iagon was born: a cloud service built for everyone, with the
tamper-proof security of decentralization etched into its very core.