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About Celsium

Celsium develops a noninvasive medical-grade IoT thermometer. Users can access the data through an app. Celsium 'tags' user gender, age, location, weight and ethnicity, and can 'digitize medication' so the user can track their body's response to medication consumed.

Headquarters Location

4 Spicer Street St Albans

London, England, AL3 4PQ,

United Kingdom


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Celsium's Products & Differentiators


    Advanced temp monitoring platform

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Latest Celsium News

Not the best week for crypto lending: Law Decoded, June 20-27

Jun 28, 2022

The Celsium failure continues to draw attention to the lending issues from regulators and community. 140 Total views Newsletter Due to Celsius Network’s withdrawal suspension in mid-June, the very topic of crypto lending made its entryway to the acute issues list for the regulators . Last week, lawmakers and officials continued to raise the question of necessary action, with significant utterance belonging to one of the key European crypto skeptics, Christine Lagard. European Central Bank president got so impressed with the Celsius crisis that she coined the term "MiCa II," referring to the main regulatory package for crypto in the European Union. Lagarde believes the new MiCa should include separate crypto-asset staking and lending guidelines . It’s not necessary to be a civil servant to discern the flaws of the current lending model, though. A hardcore Bitcoin ( BTC ) maximalist and Swan Bitcoin CEO Cory Klippsten is afraid that the liquidity crisis involving Celsius may be just the beginning of a broader collapse in the crypto lending space. “Their loan books are opaque. Their activities are opaque. You’re being way under-compensated for the risk,” he explained in an interview with Cointelegraph . 90% of Central Banks are researching the utility of CBDCs If you pick any central bank in the world, there is a 90% probability that it has been researching or testing its own digital currency project for some time. At least, that is what the new annual economic report published by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), says. However, the numbers are way more modest when it comes to currently functioning CBDCs — there are currently only three live retail digital currencies and 28 pilots.

Celsium Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Celsium founded?

    Celsium was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Celsium's headquarters?

    Celsium's headquarters is located at 4 Spicer Street, London.

  • What is Celsium's latest funding round?

    Celsium's latest funding round is Crowdfunding.

  • Who are the investors of Celsium?

    Investors of Celsium include Growthdeck.

  • Who are Celsium's competitors?

    Competitors of Celsium include Blue Spark Technologies.

  • What products does Celsium offer?

    Celsium's products include Celsium.

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