Veridium Labs, a startup that leverages blockchain for the carbon credit markets, announced on Friday that several leading venture capital… read more
Veridium is a collaborative initiative to create a regenerative economy that sustains our planet’s natural resources and reduces carbon emissions. Our technology will turn industry-standard carbon offsets into freely tradeable tokenized assets – solving some of the biggest problems in the carbon credit market. In 2007, we founded InfiniteEARTH, a carbon credit producer and environmental protection and restoration corporation. Today, we work with many well-known customers like Microsoft, SAP, and Intuit. This uniquely positions us and our partners to automate the corporate carbon credit accounting and offsetting process across global supply chains, providing much needed transparency and fungibility to the carbon credit market. Through our partnerships with Stellar and IBM we are reducing the world’s carbon footprint. We are also creating the Veridium Exchange, the first tokenized exchange unleashing new liquidity and trading opportunities in carbon markets.
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IBM has partnered with environmental fintech startup Veridium Labs to turn carbon credits — tradable instruments that provide an economic… read more
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