The Endeavors of Jason Hope May Benefit Us All

Jason Hope grew up in Tempe, AZ, and attended Arizona State University, where he later received a degree in finance and an MBA. Currently, he is based in Scottsdale Arizona and has undertaken numerous successful endeavors as an entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and well-regarded futurist. He is a noted proponent of the Internet of Things, the ever-growing number of Internet-connected devices, believing it will have a significant impact on society in the future. He has also established a grant program that facilitates the realization of ideas of young students and entrepreneurs which he believes will impact the future of the technology industry. Perhaps most excitingly, the resultant marriage of his philanthropic nature and prescience may result in a longer lifespan and greater quality of life for humanity. He strongly advocates research that focuses on improving the quality of life in senescence through taking a preventative approach when addressing age-related diseases. Entrepreneur Jason Hope Invests in Research Against Aging

In demonstration of his ardent support of the field of anti-aging, he donated $500,000 to the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS) Foundation, an organization that is focused on the development, promotion, and widespread availability of rejuvenation biotechnologies by, per the foundation’s stated approach, addressing “the repair of living cells and extracellular material in situ.” IoT Futurist Jason Hope Parallels Challenges of Cryptocurrency and IOT as Industry Values Rise In discussing the donation, Jason Hope said he has “had great interest in the SENS Foundation and Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s work for some time now,” and further stated that he believed their approach to addressing senescence and its associated diseases, such as diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and atherosclerosis, “is the only way to go.” Dr. Aubrey de Grey, CSO of the SENS Foundation, said that the donation will be used to fund research regarding elimination of unwanted accumulation of molecular bonds in the extracellular matrix of arteries, the primary cause of hypertension, which in turn worsens and compounds many disorders related to aging. Jason Hope Helps Push Anti-Aging Efforts Forward Mike Kope, CEO of the SENS Foundation, said that Jason Hope’s generous donation would greatly expedite the anti-aging related work of the SENS Foundation. In a later interview, Jason Hope stated that research by the SENS Foundation has covered a lot of ground in working towards drugs that can reverse aging at the cellular level. Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance on the Internet of Things