You can now pay to get your Whole Genome Sequenced with cryptocurrencies (WETH, GNOME, GENE, USDT, USDC and DAI)
Personal genomics companies, such as 23andMe and Ancestry, perform consumer genotyping, a relatively inexpensive process that identifies single DNA letters at regular intervals across the genome.
While such genotyping has become popular, academics, medical researchers, and pharmaceutical companies want something different. They seek whole genome sequences (WGS) — every single one of the roughly 6.4 billion letters in the human genome — to do research, develop drugs, and more.
We Offer The Gold Standard In DNA Sequencing
23andMe and their contemporaries use genotyping that only analyses 0.02% of your genome.
Genomes.io allows you to gain access to clinical quality (30x) whole genome sequencing that analyses 100% of your DNA.
This means your genome is re-sequenced 30 times before being uploaded into your personal DNA Vault, significantly reducing the potential for errors.
This produces more accurate and reliable data that researchers, healthcare providers and most importantly, you can trust.
The first human genome sequenced in 2001 racked up an estimated $3 billion bill. We are delighted to announce that you can now get your clinical grade Whole Genome Sequenced for $499 at Genomes.io
And even better news, we now accept payment in the following currencies on the Polygon network. WETH, GNOME, GENE, USDT, USDC and DAI.
To get your genome sequenced using cryptocurrencies — head over to Genomes.io and click buy!
If you have any questions about this or anything else — jump in the discord — Discord.gg/genomes
Token Addresses on the Polygon Blockchain
GNOME Polygon Address — 0x6E8a8726639d12935b3219892155520bdC57366B
GENE Polygon Address — 0x34667ED7C36cBBbF2d5d5c5c8d6Eb76a094EDb9F