- FRTYL, a leading fertility services provider, is integrating ALTR technology to their systems.
- This technology will help secure the privacy of customer information.
- FRTYL links intended parents with fertility services.
A partnership has been announced between ALTR and the leading fertility industry service provider, Donor Concierge. Donor Concierge intends to bring in blockchain technology into their business systems in order to better protect the privacy of their clients.
This partnership isn’t limited to only Donor Concierge and FRTYL. They have integrated ALTR’s system with FRTYL’s.
FRTYL is an organization that helps connect fertility agencies with those who are in need of their services. This includes intended parents who want to expand their families with the use of third-party resources such as donated eggs, sperm, embryos, and gestational surrogacy.
This partnership is designed to make sure that FRTYL remains secure, confidential and convenient to use for intended parents, especially considering the fact that the fertility industry can be very daunting, not to mention emotionally and financially taxing.
How the System works
FRTYL works as a bit of a matchmaking service for intended parents and agencies, clinics and professionals who specialize in fertility. They also have a new database which makes use of the most advanced medical technology on the market to store the information of over 15,000 egg donors and surrogates so that they can be matched with intended parents in need of their services.
Their database is also designed to be very secure.
In the world of fertility and the use of third-party resources to start a family, security and privacy are very important. This is because fertility is a very personal matter and the information that will be shared among the parties involved is very sensitive.
This is why FRTYL is making use of ALTR’s blockchain-based system to ensure that the information stored is precise and secure.
“The privacy and confidence that ALTR brings to FRTYL will help alleviate some of the stress that a diagnosis of infertility brings to couples and singles hoping to start a family by giving them repose that their most precious personal information is protected.” Said Gail Sexton Anderson, the founder of Donor Concierge.
The potential application of the blockchain technology is huge as the fertility industry grew to $14 billion in 2016 alone and has seen more growth due to people starting families later in life, more access to services by gay couples and more people being insured.