Jason Hope shells out big bucks on behalf of anti-aging research

Jason Hope is a jack-of-all-trades, and he is possibly a master of just as many. Many people know Hope as a prolific writer and blogger on a variety of technological topics. Hope has made a name for himself as somebody who has a sagacious aptitude for being able to see trends and where they’re heading, long before anyone else. He has put this to good use not just in his writing career but also in his ability to form some of the most cutting-edge tech firms that the country has ever seen.

As an entrepreneur, Hope was responsible for the creation of Jawa, one of the first premium mobile content streaming providers in the United States and the first one to successfully implement the business model. In fact, so far-sighted was Hope that he was able to beat Apple to the same business model that would eventually lead that company on to gigantic success more than 10 years later. This incredible propensity for seeing trends emerging long before anybody else even knows they exist has given Hope a particularly elevated status among the entrepreneurial community within the United States tech space.

But Hope has also been known for his insightful analysis of technological matters as well as those pertaining to the advancement of medical research. Hope has been able to write lucidly about the coming revolution that will take place as a result of the advent of the Internet of Things, a revolution that he likens in scope and size to that of the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. Hope believes that such things as automated shopping are just around the corner, completely transforming the way that people are able to spend their leisure time and even the way in which most people will eventually work.

But Hope has also been actively involved is a philanthropist. Recently announced that he would be donating more than half a million dollars to the SENS Foundation, one of the most forward-thinking medical research institutions in the world today. The bulk of Hope’s donations will go to atherosclerosis research. The SENS Foundation declared that the amount of money being donated by Hope is sufficient to staff a team of four full-time researchers for up to a year, greatly increasing the ability of the institution to carry out its mandate.

This is just one of the many exciting things that Hope has been involved in over the last year.

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