New blockchain-based 'carbon currency' aims to make carbon pricing mainstream

Madeleine Cuff
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 Blockchain could offer a way to boost trust in carbon markets | Credit: BTC Keychain
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Blockchain could offer a way to boost trust in carbon markets | Credit: BTC Keychain

EXCLUSIVE: Its creators say use of crypto-ledger technology will provide trusted way for businesses and consumers to cut their carbon footprint

A new carbon market founded upon the crypto-ledger principles that define blockchain technologies will be launched later today in New York, promising to bring carbon pricing to the mainstream by allowing...

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