Always look on the bright side of ... death
This week I had a fascinating chat with a friend who was involved in a cryogenic preservation project (for rich people who think that science will find ways to bring them back to life). It turns out that the first experiments were done in 70ths, and the most recent one went through Y Combinator a few months ago, using a chemical process instead of freezing. Thinking about it, there’s no larger reach for a market than death, as not a single human will escape it. Billions joined life shaping religions on the promise for eternal life, or went on to engineering feasts to build pyramids in the desert some 5000 years ago. I saw an ad, for a funeral urn that your relatives will plant to grow a tree from your ashes, legal services to facilitate complicated inheritance situations via the blockchain technology, coaching to get you ready for the last mile of your journey on the planet, and more : So why not jumping in the innovation playground as well? Can you give it some thoughts for just 5 minutes now ? What problem do you think there’s still to solve there? And can you come up with something that looks like a promising idea? If so, get in touch, and one of our mighty advisors will give you a hand to see if your idea has legs.
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