Monthly Archive: April 2018

Whitney Wolfe Faces Lawsuit over Patent Infringements

     A little more than two weeks have gone by since Match Group Founder filed a lawsuit against Bumble Founder Whitney Wolfe for Patent Infringement. Whitney Wolfe was a former employee of one of Match Group’s dating service companies, Tinder. Wolfe left the company after she filed suit against the company for sexual harassment charges. The company settled out of court for an undisclosed amount. Since leaving the flagship company, Whitney Wolfe has been busy raising a flag for her own company after she received a massive injection of support from Andrey Andreev, the Russian Billionaire, and Badoo Founder. Andreev funded Bumble with 10 million dollars to start for a 79% of the company. Andreev already has several dating apps and found a deep interest in teaming up with Whitney Wolfe when he learned of her plans for a dating app which focused on women having the first choice in men who were interested in pursuing relationships with them. WIth Bumble when women are looking at pictures of possible suitors they wife thru photos of the men and if they are interested, they swipe right, but if not interested they swipe left.

Match Group claims in the lawsuit that there are similarities between the Tinder app and the Bumble app, which are proprietary to the Tinder app and that these similarities were infringed upon by Bumble while Whitney Wolfe was still employed with Tinder and she was aware of the structure of the Tinder app. Whitney Wolfe has recently countersued Match Group for interfering with her business by trying to enter into deals for acquiring Bumble.

Whitney Wolfe was married to Michael Herd, an heir of Texas oil in September of 2017. They spent their honeymoon on the Italian Amalfi Coast. Wolfe’s wedding dress was designed by Oscar de la Renta. The couple has known one another since Valentine’s Day of 2014.

How Basis by Elysium Health Can Support Your Cells

Dr. Leonard Guarente and Elysium Health

Elysium Health is a health company working to translate advances in science and technology into clinically-validated health products that work and help people live healthier, longer.

The company was co-founded by Dr. Leonard Guarente, an MIT scientist who has conducted significant research on the molecular and genetic causes of aging. He also serves as the director of the Paul F. Glenn Laboratory for Biology of Aging at MIT.

The Study of the Cells

Elysium Health works together with scientists from world-class institutions including Yale. These scientists make up the company’s scientific advisory board who guide the direction of the company and its research.

The Basis of Good Health and Youth

The first supplement created by Elysium Health is called Basis. This supplement is based on more than 25 years of aging research and works to increase levels of a coenzyme called NAD+ in our cells. NAD+ is essential to many of our cellular functions, including energy creation, DNA protection, and circadian rhythms. As we get older, our levels of NAD+ decline and those functions break down.

In 2016, a clinical trial put on by Elysium Health proved that Basis increased levels of NAD+ in humans by an average of 40 percent.  The results of this study were published in the peer-reviewed science journal npj: Aging and Mechanisms of Disease.

To place an order for Basis today, visit Elysium Health’s website. The company sells Basis in a variety of monthly subscriptions. A standard monthly subscription costs $50 each month. Longer subscriptions cost more upfront but offer discounts on the monthly rate. A six-month subscription costs $270, breaking down to $45 per month. A 12-month subscription costs $480, breaking down to $40 per month.

https://www.thecut.com/2016/08/is-Elysium-healths-basis-the-fountain-of-youth.html