NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – EncrypGen, which specializes in blockchain for the genetic market, today announced strategic partnerships with Health Wizz and Codigo46.

Under the first partnership, EncrypGen and Health Wizz will work together to integrate EncrypGen's Gene-Chain product — a private, permissioned blockchain for the secure transmission of de-identified genetic data — into the Health Wizz mobile platform, which provides consumers with tools to aggregate, manage, and share their medical data.

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