Roadmap

Timeline

2019
October 1

Launch Cryptocells.io

Launch Cryptocells.io

After months of hard work our non-fungible-tokens are in private beta. Time to launch the project.

November 1

Launch Non-Fungible Tokens

Launch Non-Fungible Tokens
From November 1st you can grab your differentiated bio asset using your CC9 tokens – and start playing, collecting, modifying, trading, solving problems and participate in contests.
November 8

Launch Targeted Contests

Launch Targeted Contests
Cryptocells also enables companies and organizations to run short-term targeted crowd-driven contests for their unsolved problems with a deposited monetary prize pool. The participant submitting the best solution according to the requirements will win the prize.
November 15

Launch Protein Folding Game

Launch Protein Folding Game
A game anyone can play! Proteins are everywhere and thus also part of many diseases. But they can also be part of the cure. This game is designed to find new ways of folding proteins (learn more). Participants can easily create new proteins that could contribute to preventing or even treating diseases. Cryptocells will provide an online puzzle video game for protein folding. The objective is to fold the structures of certain proteins as efficiently as possible. The best solutions will be analysed by researchers, who will determine if the structural configuration can be applied to relevant proteins in the real world to foster innovations in the fight against diseases. If that’s the case the players will be rewarded accordingly.
November 22

Launch Targeted Funding

Launch Targeted Funding
Cryptocells will allow start-ups, companies and organizations to run very specific crowdfunding campaigns. Platform participants may then back these projects by transferring tokens. Rewards are granted and awarded by the respective projects.
December 2

Launch CRISPS/Cas9 Game

Launch CRISPS/Cas9 Game
A game anyone can play! CRISPR/Cas9 is a relatively new and unique technology that enables geneticists and medical researchers to edit parts of the genome by altering, removing or adding sections of a DNA sequence. CRISPR-Cas9 has a lot of potential as a tool for treating a wide range of medical conditions that have a genetic component (learn more). Cryptocells is developing an online game, in which players are being asked to modify their bio assets in a way that creates a RNA molecule, that is capable of acting as an on/off switch for the gene-editing tool. Scientists will then rebuild and test the actual molecules – based on the most promising designs provided by the players.

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