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“One of the things that motivates me is the fear of death,” says Emil Kendziorra, CEO of Tomorrow Biostasis.
Looking at the longevity sector, he thinks it is unlikely that a solution will be found within his lifetime.
Hence, he established Tomorrow Biostasis - cryogenic freezing of people.
Insurance of €30–€100 per month pays to cryopreserve users’ bodies.
The idea of the technology has long been to freeze the human body shortly after pronounced legally dead.
Few scientists who say that this will definitely never be possible.
It is on the trajectory of having 500 customers signed up in the next few months.
“We have a medical response team that has a specialised ambulance vehicle, which is basically a mobile operating room."
Has raised an undisclosed amount from angel investors, but is planning for a larger funding round for 2021.
Tomorrow Biostasis uses non-profit organisations for long-term storage.