When Andrew Hoppin and Christopher Sealey launched their blockchain startup this year, they weren't dreaming of becoming the next unicorn or earning gazillions trading cryptocurrencies. Instead, the co-founders-who had first worked together upgrading technology and communications systems for the state Senate-had a compelling social mission. They wanted their new company, CoverUs, to help make health care more affordable and efficient for ordinary people.
Their plan: Use blockchain technology to allow patients to reap financial benefits from their own health data rather than have it...
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