AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Timicoin (www.Timicoin.io), the world's first cryptocurrency mobileplatform to use blockchain technology for storing and accessing medical records, announces Project Manager & CTO Miguel Esparza will lead its Mexican and Latin American expansion.
Esparza will take charge of
"As a company, we know firsthand the imminent need of having our technology accessible in both English and Spanish as we transform and safeguard healthcare in Mexico and Latin America," said Will Lowe, Co-Founder with Mexico native Ramiro Pequeno. Lowe is managing director of Timicoin.
"Esparza will spread awareness in Spanish amongst doctors and patients that they can safely store and access medical records from anywhere in the world," added Lowe. "Recognizing and implementing this breakthrough technology could potentially be lifesaving on a global scale, which makes having a Spanish CTO all the more appropriate," said Timicoin Project Manager and CTO Miguel Esparza, a first generation American whose family is from Veracruz, Mexico.
Timicoin has patent-pending solutions to securing patient data, while providing unprecedented portability. The company is actively working on pilot programs in Mexico City and Monterrey Mexico.Timicoin's Co-founder Ramiro Pequeno was born in Monterrey Mexico and has been a long-time resident of Madrid, Spain – a region that will also be a key component in adapting this transformative technology.
Timicoin recently announced UFC Champion Michael Bisping, as an investor in the company and attended the Dallas Block Chain Super Conferencein which made a great presence.
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