hallie posted on August 29, 2019 13:48:23
As an early investor in ZOM (former PTN),I always had faith in the team and their CEO Sanjé Witter, that they could achieve big results. Various things changed overtime, but all in a good way to make product and services better. Now, at this point, various pieces of the puzzle are falling into place. And we see products and services come alive. Very curious what the future will bring for Yazom. But that it will be a bright future, that is a certainty.
CryptoCrisp posted on February 17, 2019 19:23:24
I am very happy to have found this gem of a ICO, probably the best Healthcare ICO in cryptocurrency today, the best part they are actually in business since 2014, but they are upgrading their platform to blockchain, see below. Yazom is headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica with rapid expansion plans for the region and onwards. Though primarily considered a healthcare services platform that provides services for Consumers and Healthcare Providers. As of January 2017, Yazom has captured majority share of the Electronic Health Records (EHR) market within its founding country’s major regions. (Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay). These are also primary tourist destinations which translates to easier access to healthcare services for visitors from other countries. They will expand all over the Caribbean's, South America, Asia/Oceania regions, then to North America, Europe and African countries they want to be the Airbnb of Healthcare and I have no doubt they will be, they have a very strong Leader with great vision, you really dream of Mooning, no dream here, this will moon and I am sure of it, and for the Conclusion. Yazom envisions a world where Healthcare Services are easily accessible to everyone regardless of the time and location. E-commerce, accommodation, ride hailing and communication among other industries have all been disrupted by a shift in the focus to consumer first whilst leveraging technology. Healthcare has yet to undergo this transformation. Technology should be a part of everyone’s daily routine with meaningful use and positive impact.
jilao posted on February 11, 2019 14:42:31
I like that this is an ambitious project from an already existing company. There have been some delays brought about by rebranding and switching blockchains, but these changes are positive in the long run. I was an early investor in Yazom and have been impressed with the availability of its CEO and the companys respect for token holders. I view this as a non speculative investment that will steadily increase in value over time with adoption.
Tomcal posted on February 11, 2019 12:35:32
Cryptoeclipse covered every aspect of Yazom. They are definitely not a scam. Most projects are a pipe dream or offer no real use in our lives. Tron dogs, crypto kitties etc?! Sanje and his team have communicated with his investors throughout the entire process and continue to do so. It is an investment I’m fortunate enough to have stumbled across. I believe it will be the best investment in crypto that one could make!
CryptoEclipse posted on February 11, 2019 10:53:44
Bobby Crypto posted on February 10, 2019 18:58:14
First of all, you don't even have a clue about Yazom, I am with the project since the ICO, ZOM is probably one of the best ICO in crypto, and the only one I trust also ZOM don't hype at all and try to have a gazillion followers, they don't need that.
They started with Neblio, but Neblio didn't fill all the needs for their platform, so they changed for Etherium, at the moment they are already the biggest in Jamaica for Electronic Health Records (EHR), so they are already a profitable business since 2014, they are integrating blockchain to their platform and created a token for it, so Yazom is more an IPO than an ICO, but since they are creating a new blockchain platform, they did an ICO, Sanje the CEO, is always available to inform us, he's also a great visionary, they are planning a rapid expansion through the Caribbean's, South America and the rest of the world, they don't have a lot of GitHub activity now, but that will change very soon, they just changed platform, so before saying crap, inform yourselves and get your facts together, Jason T and Dr. Doom.
Jason T. posted on February 10, 2019 12:06:02
Seems like these guys are going to integrate with Neblio, which is good, they're joining a more established ecosystem. But that's about where the positives stop for me. They are competing in a very tough niche (healthcare-services). Besides that they are based in Jamaica and there is scant info about the team. I tried looking for the founder/CEO's info and they dont even have a picture on their LinkedIn. They need a more professional and VERIFIED online presence before I can give them any lower of a Shadiness score.
Dr. Doom posted on February 10, 2019 03:54:28
I don't even know where to start with this one: it seems to have been formerly known as potion owl, website now leads to Yazom. ZOM token details nowhere to be found, not listed on CMC. ICO was supposedly in March and May 2018. Github activity: as good as nothing. Interesting detail: potion owl used the same logo (different colors) as Spectre.ai, interestingly enough. If you click on "Publication" on their website, it leads to their medium, which has no publications. So I don't know what this platform is doing, besides posting health care industry tweets. Because I stopped looking for more red flags that are likely to be found to come to a super shady rating, I just stopped researching and keep the rating at "only" very shady. UPDATE:Clarifying my initially submitted review: it is true that besides what I was able to find, there might be positive information to be found, but that should be a lot easier, because from the outside it looks very bad, and my research process is that whenever I find a certain amount of red flags and/or things that just don't seem right, that will be reflected in the rating. I already gave it the benefit of the doubt by not giving it the lowest rating.
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