Store your brain and get the chance to live forever

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It is only a matter of time

Mind uploading is a fictional technology, but it is not deemed impossible by scientists.

The scientific community is convinced that it's possible to transfer consciousness to a computer, but our technological and scientific knowledge is still hundreds of years away from these discoveries.

Our mission is to use the most advanced technologies to collect your unique brain data and keep it safe on multiple backup servers, waiting for the world to discover mind uploading technology.

The cryomind process offers a minimal but not zero chance to be reborn in a digital body. As the process is absolutely safe, non-invasive and inexpensive, why not try it?

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The human brain contains nearly 90 billion neurons, each of them connected with thousands of other neurons forming a huge network of chemical and electrical impulses. This gigantic electric dance results in brainwaves that we can measure through an electroencephalogram (EEG). Everyone’s brainwaves are unique, and there are no two people in the world with completely identical EEGs patterns.

How it works

1. Get the Headset

The CryoMind Reader is what you need to read the brainwaves from your mind. It is an advanced Brain Computer Interface that uses patented cutting edge technology. Thanks to a multi-channel EEG system CryoMind Reader is capable of detecting a wide spectrum of frequencies, from infra-low (0.5 Hz) to high gamma waves (70–150 Hz). It has 14 electroplated electrodes and Bluetooth support.


2. Scan your brain

The scanning session allows you to read your brainwaves live and save the data on our servers. Through a special mobile app, you will be asked to wear the headset and perform numerous brain exercises designed by our scientific team, to collect as much data as possible.

The exercises consist in recalling your way of thinking, your emotions, your memories. Every part of you.


3. We store the data

All data is sent to our servers for storage. They are immediately deposited on special backup disks to ensure an indefinite duration.

The data remains yours. We do not share or use this data for any other reason than to give you the hope of being able to resurrect in a digital body.


Become a Cryominder

Stay up to date and get exclusive access to become one of the first 1000 cryominders..

The first 1000 subscribers will access the exclusive Beta program and will have the opportunity to try our system for free before the official launch.

What is mind uploading and how far away it is?

From wikipedia:

"Mind uploading, also known as whole brain emulation, is the hypothetical futuristic process of scanning a physical structure of the brain accurately enough to create an emulation of the mental state and copying it to a computer in a digital form. The computer would then run a simulation of the brain's information processing, such that it would respond in essentially the same way as the original brain and experience having a sentient conscious mind."[1]

Do you feel that your consciousness is trapped in mortal machines made of meat? Well, the desire to be free from the limits of the human experience is as old as our first stories. For the first time, the concept of leaving our bodies behind and uploading our minds into a digital world seems possible, even like the logical next step on our evolutionary ladder.

The concept of mind uploading is based on an important idea called physicalism [2]. It says that everything about the mind can be found in the brain and it keeps the discussion within the domain of natural law.

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Who we are

We are a group of young scientists and engineers who met during the latest pandemic through futurist online conferences. We are an international and interdisciplinary team. We are looking for other people to join the team. If reading about this project has excited you, then write to us and let’s start collaborating.

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Fabio CarboneTechnology Director

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Карен ТутуриловData Scientist

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Mae LemkeNeuro Scientist

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