“The Most Hated Man in the US” is back with a new project. It’s about drugs


  1. Martin Shkreli has announced that he plans to give the world a platform called Druglike to improve drug creation

  2. Blockchain technology is used for this. Trading must be carried out using the Martin Shkreli Inu cryptocurrency

  3. In a statement, Druglike said the company would give people who were financially disadvantaged faster access to the medicines they need

  4. Shkreli was released in May but is still under police control. In September she regains her freedom

  5. The businessman became famous in the past for increasing the price of an HIV drug by 5,000. percent Then he got the infamous nickname “the most hated man in the US”

  6. He was behind bars for fraud. He was also banned for life from working in the pharmaceutical industry

  7. You can find more such stories on the Onet homepage

The Druglike platform is still in the early stages of development, but Martin Shkreli’s intentions are already arousing skepticism abroad.

Martin Shkreli is involved in making drugs

“Druglike will remove barriers that arise early in drug development, increase innovation and allow a wider audience to share the benefits. Underprotected and underfunded communities dealing with rare diseases will also benefit from this solution said Shkreli, quoted by arstechnica. come.

Early drug development may involve virtual activities. Scientists first identify the target, the specific factor responsible for the development of the disease. They then develop solutions that can stop this process. This can be done physically in laboratories, but also virtually, with specialized software and with a lot of computing power. Druglike is to make the latter possible. The platform would operate through a network in which the screening of candidates for specific drugs would be analyzed.

Druglike is based on blockchain technology and cryptocurrency transactions. Blockchain is a technology used to store and transmit information about transactions on the Internet, which are further arranged in sequential blocks of data.

However, it is not clear how the project will be financed. Shkreli is confident that the activity will not break his ban from working in the pharmaceutical industry as his project will involve software development, not drug development. It is also not known who will lead the entire company.

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He is “the most hated man in the US”

On May 18, Shkreli was released from high-security custody. From there, he went to what is called a transition house overseen by the Federal Bureau of Corrections. There he will prepare for his full release, which will take place at the end of September. The man rose to fame several years ago when, as the owner of a pharmaceutical company, Turing Pharmaceuticals, he increased the price of an HIV drug by $5,000. per cent


  1. To check: “The most hated man in the US” is released

The case concerned the drug Daraprim. In 2015, the company led by Shkreli bought the rights to trade in a drug that saves the lives of people weakened by HIV. The businessman’s decision was widely criticized by Americans and the local press described him as “the most hated man in the US”. He was accused of preying on human tragedies. The entrepreneur himself did not care much and bragged about his lavish lifestyle.

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However, he ended up behind bars for a different reason – it turned out that he had been cheating investors of two hedge funds for years: MSMB Capital and MSMB Healthcare. The entrepreneur’s lawyers demanded a relatively short sentence because their client was depressed and anxious. They also emphasized that the victims were wealthy businessmen, not the most deprived. Shkreli was sentenced to seven years in prison, but was released after five years.

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