Crypto Coins is pleased to announce that it has found a way to provide more accurate blood pressure levels for users.
Users of a crypto currency can now opt in to an algorithm that automatically calculates the correct blood pressure in real-time and send it to their wallet.
This technology is being used in the real-life testing of new drugs, including new anti-coagulants.
“Users can now monitor their blood pressure without ever leaving the app.
This means we can better assess the benefits of new treatments, and also to make it easier for users to keep their wallets safe,” said CEO and Co-Founder of Crypto Coins, Mark DeRose.
“As a crypto company, we believe it’s important to offer more accurate and reliable information to our users.
It also means we have more time to improve our products and services, and to make sure that the people we care about and rely on are safe in the future.”
Blood pressure monitoring is now a key part of the crypto-currency ecosystem.
“Blood pressure monitors are a vital part of every crypto-wallet, as they provide real-world information about your blood pressure and the amount of time between your first breath and the time your blood reaches the heart,” said Coinpayments CEO and co-founder, Ryan Lee.
“By adding the ability to monitor blood pressure, we can keep users up-to-date on how they are progressing and, more importantly, provide them with more accurate information when they need it most.”
Users can log in to their Crypto Coins wallet to track their blood glucose levels.
When they are at least 2.5mm Hg higher than the recommended range, they are considered at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
The new blood pressure-based blood pressure monitor is being released in two variants: one for people with high blood pressure who are at risk of developing type 1 diabetes and another for people who are low blood pressure.
The blood pressure readings for these users are then sent to their smart devices for analysis.
Users can opt to receive alerts on their smart phones if they become too tired to pay attention to their blood, or if they are having a bad night.
The new blood level monitors come as the crypto currency market continues to boom with more than $10 billion in cryptocurrency sales in 2016.
The number of people with crypto-asset wallets is expected to grow by 10% by 2020, according to Coinpayment.