THE EASIEST EVER PERSONAL ALARM FOR SENIORS

Crowdfunding the Easiest Personal Alarm for Seniors

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With the push of a button or a simple voice-command, seniors can now extend their ability to live independently by 2 to 5 years or more with a new device called “The Q Watch”.

Designed for the 21st century, The Q technology takes the “help I’ve message” into the future, by providing an easy, worry-free solution to active seniors who choose to remain in their homes. It’s a computer, cell phone, video camera, GPS, and digital storage device, allowing the wearer to be connected 24 hours a day, anywhere they travel. Each device is programmed to the senior’s specific needs, with emergency assistance available through a medically trained support center. In case of a fall when the wearer can’t respond, the device is programmed to call the  Q Watch owner’s  contacts, sends an ambulance, and instantly can transfer the wearer’s medical records to the hospital’s emergency room.

The device is the invention of Dr. Richard Walters, an emergency medical specialist who’s spent 30 years caring for the elderly. Dr. Richards explains, “Typically, on one hand you have an aging parent determined to remain independent, pitted against the children who fear their loved one might not be safe living alone. Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries to seniors, and we knew if we could address that specific need with an immediate response, no matter where someone fell or what their condition, we were on the way,” states Dr. Walters. Walters’ team then moved on to developing software that would capture, retain and transfer individual medical records, which, in an emergency room admission, can save 7-10 minutes in allowing medical staff to immediately attend to the needs of the patient.

“The idea, says Walters, is to have our device provide a constant connection between the wearer, the family and their medical professionals. The owner can’t lose it and can’t forget it somewhere, which is the assurance the wearer is completely protected, allowing them to feel safe while carrying on with their lifestyle.” The Q-Watch also features a “geo-fence” option as a safeguard for people with memory issues, and the company is  in the process of adding a  video camera for even closer monitoring.

What is also different about the Q-Watch is that the company doesn’t allow owners to program their own devices. Walters believes that accurate programming is critical to the success of the product. “Whenever I see a device that states it’s ‘easy to program’, I guarantee it either won’t be done properly or won’t be up-to-date, which makes the product useless.”

Walters adds, “As a doctor who has worked with the elderly for 30 years, I see their resistance to complicated technology. Many seniors will not embrace technology with big learning curves, and that’s why our startup is more than a product. It’s also a service, and we take pride in the fact the Q, virtually, is foolproof; therefore ‘instantly usable’.”

According to Dr. Walters, the alpha version about to be introduced is a first generation product to incorporate the primary medical needs of seniors. Already in planning is a second generation device which will add a complete suite of “concierge” services – from transportation to house-call medical attention, home repairs and ala carte services to assist seniors in every area of their independent living needs.

You can support this project here: http://www.igg.me/at/theqwatch

 

Radical or Revolution? A New Wave of Digital Currency

November 4, 2015 by  
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Summary: One question many ask about digital currency is if it’s legitimate. Most have already heard of Bitcoin, the first frontrunner in a new revolution of online currency. Yes, it stirred a rather large pot amongst the elite and governments; however, it started a chain reaction that in effect is still changing the way we spend money online today. It also started a brand new trend in MLM (Multi Level Marketing) circles, with many gaining traction then simply vanishing. So, when all is said and done, we must now ask if there is indeed a future for digital currency.

Is Bitcoin Dead?
For those not quite in the know about digital currency, here is the 411:
The technical definition says:
“Digital currency or digital money is an Internet-based medium of exchange distinct from physical (such as banknotes and coins) that exhibits properties similar to physical currencies, but allows for instantaneous transactions and borderless transfer-of-ownership.”

In more laymen terms, digital currency is a form of money only spent online. It’s something you’ll never hold in your hand or exchange in any brick and mortar store front.

One thing is also very certain with digital currency, it started a revolution like no other, and the future is anyone’s guess. As for Bitcoin, this was the first digital currency really put to the test, and the back story is even a bit amusing.

The Legend
In 2007, a person named Satoshi Nakamoto, developed an algorithm that would forever change the online world and how we make a purchase. Except, no one really knows who or where Satoshi Nakamoto is. More than likely, this isn’t even a real name. The name itself even has a direct translation:
“Satoshi” means “clear thinking, quick witted; wise”. “Naka” can mean “medium, inside, or relationship”. “Moto” can mean “origin”, or “foundation”

While we may not know who he (or she) was, we know what he did. He was the inventor of the bitcoin protocol, publishing a paper via the Cryptography Mailing List in November 2008.

He then released the first version of the bitcoin software client in 2009, and participated with others on the project via mailing lists, until he finally began to fade from the community toward the end of 2010.

He worked with people on the open-source team, but took care never to reveal anything personal about himself, and the last anyone heard from him was in the spring of 2011, when he said that he had “moved on to other things”.

So you see, the legend is very real, and it’s a mystery that may never be solved.

But, what really was the impact of Nakamoto’s digital currency?

The Digital Currency Revolution Begins
Bitcoin today is under attack. Many critics are claiming that Bitcoin might in fact be dying a slow death. While others of course consider bitcoin a work in progress. But one thing Bitcoin did accomplish was a revolutionary idea, and since its launch over 6 years ago, many new digital currencies have hit the market. It spawned something like no other online, and the revolution only continues.

We have to look at digital currency from a specific perspective, like any young technology, digital currencies everywhere are a work in progress, and we simply can’t deny the fact that some forms of digital currency is ground-breaking. The core software program involved with the algo is constantly being improved, it is an open-source and copyright-free coin, and accessible to anyone.

The Wave of MLM
MLM shouldn’t be a bad word, after all many success stories have indeed risen from MLMs. Avon, Herbalife, Tupperware – these and many more are all successful MLMs as you well know. Today however, many MLMs are taking advantage of digital currency and with good reason. It’s a form of winning and winning big. Of course many have fizzled out and very quickly, but others like Crypto888 for example are taking the world by storm. Crypto888 is a young MLM dealing in digital currency and sports arbitrage. Every day, over 2000 members are signed on.

And the list continues on for digital currencies gaining traction. Bitcoin is the one that kicked it all off, and by the looks of things, it looks like it won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Therefore, we think it’s safe to say that the revolution continues, and a new dawn of digital currency is waiting.

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Crowdfunding Paulownia Tomentosa Crop Establishment

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Ioan alin suciu wants to set up a  project to stop deforestation in Romania. Specifically Paulownia Wood. He intends to set up a crop of 25 acres and, with time, the purchase of equipment and technologies for wood processing (manufacture of timber and biofuel production). The budget for this project is $80,000.  The budget is to purchase land, planting material purchasing, procurement and maintenance works Seedlings culture, purchase specific equipment for furniture manufacturing pellets. Anyone who contributes to this project with financial support will get;

– To submit their project on any platform FREE

– FREE to use tools and back office received;

– To obtain approval of the project in max . 24 hours; – To obtain two types of funding for the project submitted ;

– To get a percentage of that funding by acquaintances and they lay their projects on the platform.

 You can support this project here: www.wesharecrowdfunding.com

 

 

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