Western Australian blockchain startup Power Ledger will partner with Japanese renewable energy firm Sharing Energy. The deal will see he… read more
What is Power Ledger?
POWR tokens serve as access permisson tokens, allowing the Application Hosts and their consumers to gain access to the P2P trading features and other Power Ledger applications. It incorporates energy applications, such as a P2P energy trading application that allows businesses to host trading on the platform. Power Ledger is a decentralized energy exchange platform. To synchronize the ecosystem globally and create cross-market electricity compatibility, a second token, Sparkz, is used in Power Ledger's ecosystem transactions. Applications Hosts may convert their POWR tokens to Sparks when the ecosystem has been accessed. This technology enables the sale of surplus renewable energy generated at residential and commercial developments (including multi-unit/multi-tenanted) connected to existing electricity distribution networks, or within micro-grids.
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TweetShare An Australian blockchain-based peer-to-peer electricity trading startup is on the receiving end of criticism for rewarding bounty hunters who… read more
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Twitter Facebook LinkedIn News today sees notable blockchain project Power Ledger launching its peer-to-peer trading product for renewable energy. Power… read more
Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Power Ledger, whose mission is to deliver peer-to-peer electricity to people through the blockchain, has been knocking… read more
Australian based peer to peer energy trading platform Power Ledger will collaborate with Silicon Valley Power to track the renewable… read more
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