Sabine Seymour

Founder & CEO, SUPA, New York, USA
Her App allows young people to be paid for their data

FACTS

About SUPA

SUPA is tokenizing the bodyTM. SUPA is converting the body into a new asset classTM. SUPA pays GenZ for their unique lifestyle data (biometric, environmental, genetic) with SUPA Tokens. SUPA was founded in New York in 2016 and confirmed the product market fit with a case study with FILA Sport in the USA. SUPA securely sells the aggregated, anonymized, contextualized data to stakeholders in health and sports. SUPA is setting up HQ in Crypto Valley. SUPA is based on a 2014 patent by Sabine Seymour referring to Blockchain for biometric encryption

Tokenizing the Body: Why the GenZ sells its data

From Dmexco

The SUPA app can be used to gather data on young people’s lifestyles. That interests a lot of brands.

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BIOGRAPHY

Sabine Seymour is an award winning entrepreneur and author of three books on the intersection of body and technology. She converts socio and macro-economic patterns into scale-able business models for products on the intersection of body sensors, Artificial Intelligence, and data. Her recent ventures SUPA (since 2016) is tokenizing the body. SUPA pays GenZ for their unique lifestyle data (biometric, environmental, genetic) with SUPA Tokens and securely sells the aggregated, anonymized, contextualized data to stakeholders in health and sports. In 1998 she founded MOONDIAL in New York and opened an office in Vienna in 2007 as a think tank for (wearable) sensor technology working with Intel, Johnson Controls, Siemens, VF Corporation, DuPont, GE.

Sabine serves as a board member, startup mentor, and received numerous grants and awards. She is an invited domain expert for Disney, Autodesk, NASA, Lufthansa and public speaker at TEDx, SXSW, Ars Electronica. She has been featured in Wired, Vogue, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, New York Times. She was featured as a exemplary for her work at the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna. Sabine holds a PhD and joint-MSc/MBA in Economics and Social Sciences from University of Economics in Vienna and Columbia Business School, and a Master in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University. She is an avid snowboarder, surfer, golfer – and sneakerhead.