Organ Tree is an online platform that enables medical professionals to search globally for available organs that match their patientsâ requirements , thereby increasing the opportunities for successful transplant surgeries and saving lives, whilst ensuring to provide for the much needed compensation for the loved ones of the deceased.
Further details will be provided on the official launch of the Organ Tree ICO. In the meantime, you can sign up to get whitelisted for the project, or download the whitepaper to know more about the projectâs mission and vision.
At the core of our Blockchain-based project lies the Organ Tree Foundation which is a non-profit health organization made of health professionals and medical practitioners with vast experience and an established reputation in the healthcare industry. The aim is to connect medical institutions with donors and recipients as well. By purchasing OGT tokens, they can access the Organ Tree platform and directly contact organ donors and other facilities willing to exchange information regarding their available organ supply.
As a Blockchain-based project, the Organ Tree utility token (OGT token) will be issued via the smart contract system of the Ethereum network. By making our own token, we facilitate the exchange of rewards/benefits between active members of Organ Tree.
The main purpose of OGT is to ensure that all transactions performed on the platform are secure, transparent, and fast. Our goal is to streamline payments between a donorâs next of kin and a recipient willing to pay for the funeral costs in exchange for a fair chance of receiving a transplant.
Organ Tree is a Blockchain-based platform that targets life insurance companies with paying customers waiting on an organ transplant for years. On our platform, theyâll find viable organs made available by the Organ Tree Network in collaboration with worldwide organ transplant institutions. Organ Tree will become a âmeeting pointâ between donors, patients, life insurance companies, hospitals, and healthcare facilities, bridging the gap between supply and demand in the organ transplant industry.