Well, no; not quite that simple: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/718053/startup-company-nebula-genomics-using-different-business. The $99 low-pass sequencing that Nebula offers is essentially useless because it's only 0.4x coverage, or "resolution"; doesn't even look at the whole genome and doesn't perform multiple passes to resolve potential no-calls or allele disagreements.
The "free" sequencing does seem to be 30x coverage; perfectly respectable and useful. But my understanding is that it requires a minimum of 1,000 "points" to get a free test. One of our WikiTreers registered, answered every question available to answer, and also uploaded his raw data from AncestryDNA and 23andMe. That garnered him a total of 650 points. Presumably the only way to top those remaining 350 required points is for one of Nebula's research or pharma partners to take interest in your profile and pony-up the difference to start the test.
On their Twitter feed, Nebula announced they went live on 16 November 2018, same date as the G2G post linked above. But two-and-a-half months later I can find no mention anywhere of any 30x WGS tests having been qualified for and started. In fact, I can't find any news or press releases about them at all since that mid-November announcement. Their Twitter feed contains some interesting general news about genetics, and some self-congratulatory posts about things like being finalists for the March SXSW 2019 "Pitch" Award for start-ups, and co-founder George Church being featured in Newsweek's Creative Class of 2019. But nary a single, solitary mention anywhere of any WGS tests being performed. Not to say that none have; just that one would think it would be mentioned somewhere after two-and-a-half months if the company hoped to gain credibility with potential test-takers.
And thanks for visiting, Liberator26. But does that link to Nebula look quite a lot like an affiliate or associate link? As if you might be trolling here for commissions? The temperatures are gonna plummet there in Bucyrus, Ohio, over the next couple of days. Stay warm and safe!
Edited: "...Since that mid-December announcement" changed to "since that mid-November announcement." Yeppers. I can tell one month from another; I can read a calendar...