We are building Global Digital Health Records Vault Managed by Blockchain.

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Our mission, ICO details, market overview and product description

Pitch presentation

Quick overview of business plan

Soft cap: 3.3 mio USD
Hard cap: 15.3 mio USD

“The core tenets of blockchain technology — a decentralized and encrypted way of distributing, sharing, and storing information — seem appealing for health data”
William Gordon, MD, Adam Wright, PhD & Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS Harvard Medical School,Brigham & Women’s Hospital


I. Current electronic health record (EHR) systems use centralized databases in which medical data remains largely non-portable, cannot ensure security and data integrity
II. Healthcare information cannot be easily or securely shared.
III. Communication and exchange of data between stakeholders is impractical and often uses different formats and standards for their data.
IV. Newborn babies are exposed to the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).


I. platform that allows interoperability, safe storage of all the data collected by all healthcare agents with secure and efficient exchange of that information between stakeholders whilst respecting the privacy of all those whose information is involved.

II. Baby’s wearable vitals parameters tracker send notification in real-time if something appears to be wrong.

Security. Data can only be accessed by the patient’s private key, even if the database is hacked, the data will be unreadable.
Privacy. A patient will have full control over accessing their healthcare data. The patient will control who sees their data and what they see.
Instantaneous transfer of medical data. Every member in the distributed network of the health care blockchain would have the same data of the patient's record.
Public health. A shared, immutable stream of de-identified patient information could more readily identify pandemics, independent of governmental bodies currently aggregating this data — for example, an influenza reporting system.
Research and clinical trials. Distributing patient consent or trial results could foster data sharing, audit trials, and clinical safety analyses.
Administrative and financial information. Insurance eligibility and claims processing workflows could benefit from blockchain and have decreased transactional costs.
Patient-generated data. Personal health devices (“NiteWell bracelet”), and patient-reported outcomes are just some examples of patient-generated data that could leverage the blockchain for security and sharing.

How it works

* not in road map, will be implemented after successful project launch

Tokens distribution

48% - PR and Marketing
25% - Development
20% - NIteWell team
5% - Bounty campaign
2% - Legal services
Relevance of problem

Market analysis.
Brief for development finalization including functionality and design.


3d design finalization, first handmade prototype (workshops to test usability, materials etc).
Technical task finalization with price estimation. First assembled unit test to verify data accuracy.
Software brief finalization with support of pediatricians and parents around the globe.


Launch Pre ICO and ICO.


Microchip and software development based on approved briefs.

Field test/Production

Produce first 100 units for field test in first priorities countries.
Workshops after trial usage.
Presentation to retailers.
Feedback collaboration.
Define next steps based on feedback.

Product upgrade/Sales

We planning either launch mass market manufacture/ sales and marketing campaign (in case of positive feedback) or finalize platform and device based on provided feedback from retailers and TA.


Constant product upgrade (according to new technologies) and feedbacks.
Implementation of new features to platform.


The global healthcare market is projected to be valued at 8.7 trillion by 2020 (Deloitte 2017). Of that, the precision medicinemarket is valued at USD$ 40 billion at the end of 2016, with a CAGR 10-11%, and by 2025 expected to reach up to 112.6 billion.(Precision Medicine Market Analysis & Trends Forecast to 2025).

The global Blockchain market to proposed to grow from USD $210.2 million in 2016 to USD $2,312.5 million by 2021 - that represents a 61.5 % increase (Marketsand Markets 2017).

SWOT analysis

• Motivated team aiming to make world better
• Marketing experience (10y+ in FMCG) to ensure strong and solid product launch
• Use of blockchain technology for health records

• High cost
• Lack of funding
• Device’s weight

• Reduce cost/weight of device
• Increase battery time usage
• Purchase competitors
• Collaboration with maternity hospitals

• Competitor’s activation
• Changes in technologies
• Device weight for newborn baby might affect physiology

Data privacy & security

Blockchain technology will be used to solve identity issues, including the vulnerability of the company to cyber-attacks, securing valuable IP and patient data. NWP platform will be managed according to HIPAA and GDPRM rules. Read WhitePaper for more details.

Read WhitePaper for more details


The primary usage of the token is to regulate network storage allocation, health care quality measures and revenue payment cycles.
Patients are given an limited amount of space to store information for free on the NWP platform.
Utility NWP tokens allows them to purchase extra storage space and pay for services provided on platform. NWP
Pharmaceutical and R&D companies will reward patients in tokens by having time limited access to their health record for research and experimental purposes. Registered doctors and other healthcare professionals will be rewarded tokens to remotely review medical information and provide advice.

Dream Team
Alexander Frolov
CEO, Founder and project leader
Omar Chikovani
Head of Product
Artem Panchoyan
Andrey Shipilov
Lead Architect Developer/Designer
Anita Singh
Alexander Preobrazhenskiy
GR/ Legal Counsel
Maria Stambler
Public Relations Manager
Alexei Shahov
Gene Libov
Principal Consultant at Planet 9 Security Consulting
Danil Kislinskiy
Publisher Relations at Appodeal. Mentor at Stanford.

*NWB - NiteWell bracelet

Q. Why blockchain technology is necessary?

A. The reason for blockchain is not a technical reason, it is because of trust. Health Care needs an auditable and trustless system to truly allow data sharing, buying and selling.

Q. How do you plan on storing data on the Blockchain securely?

A. Users will be granted a private key to a multisignature wallet. In simple terms, users can choose to provide licensed healthcare professionals with a key for a specified period of time.

Q. What is pulse oximetry?

A. Pulse oximetry is in the little red clip they put on your finger when you go to the hospital. A small light shines through your skin and the amount of blood flow and oxygen levels are estimated based on how much light is transmitted to a sensor.

Q.Is the NWB considered a medical device?

A. No, NWB is not a medical device. NWB is only intended to be a health and wellness device and does not claim to prevent, diagnose or treat any medical condition.

Q. Does NWB guarantee the safety of my baby?

A. No. The NiteWell is designed to notify you if your baby's health parameters fall out of range, but your baby's safety is your responsibility.

Please use common sense and remember:
1) Do not use NWB as a diagnostic tool.
2) Do not use NWB if your doctor recommends the use of a hospital pulse oximeter.
3) Do not use NWB if your doctor recommends the use of a hospital apnea monitor.
4) Do not use NWB as an excuse for unsafe sleep habits.
We wanted to make sure the above points were clear, but here is our full disclaimer.
Disclaimer: NWB is intended to provide peace of mind. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. This is not a medical device and is not intended for use as a medical device or to replace a medical device. The NWB is only intended to assist you in tracking your baby’s wellbeing and is not intended to replace you as a caregiver. You are ultimately responsible for your baby. This device is not intended to cure, treat, or prevent any disease or health condition, including, but not limited to, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Q. Can I use NWB without smartphone?

A. Yes! All you need is to register on nitewell.pro. Warning messages will be sent to your mobile device.

Q. What is the NWB made of?

A. The NWB sensor is covered with washable fabric band made of hypoallergenic, lightweight material so that it is comfortable and safe for baby to wear.

Q. Is it washable?

A. The fabric sock can be washed. Just make sure you pull out the Sock Electronics before washing as the electronics are NOT washable!

Q. How long can be NWB be used on one charge?

A. NWB can be used for about 5 days on one full charge.

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