Memories, history, relationships and stories add value to objects and contain value within themselves. We built ESAIYO in order to capture, connect, preserve and display the history and connectedness of physical and virtual objects.
Raymond St. Martin, CEO
Objects are disconnected from the people, history, and relationships that define and distinguish them.
Social Identities in a Network bring the value of history and identity to the object
“In a world where our relationships are largely virtual, the beauty of learning and telling the story of our objects becomes a beacon of light into our history. The stories our objects tell and the emotion that is locked within them is a way to pass our heritage onto the next generation.”
ESAIYO Executive Team
Leadership: Our backgrounds and published IP make us the team to pull off this monumental task
“We envision a future where the social identities of objects connect us all, and preserve the moments, stories and objects that define our existence. Imagine if all the content from the library of Alexandria lived in a distributed network and could be experienced today. Tyrants and conquerors could not easily destroy the evidence and rewrite history in their favor.
We believe that social identities and their relationships will get us closer to verifiable Truth. A truth that, as a race, we should be striving to comprehend and live to achieve.”
The ESAIYO Team