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February 11, 2019 by at Blockchain, News, Tech
The Freshwater Trust (TFT)  a conservation non-profit focused on preserving and restoring freshwater ecosystems, IBM Research  and SweetSense have allied to launch a distributed ledger technology (DLT) pilot that would accurately and transparently measure groundwater usage in real-time in the Sacramento San Joaquin River Delta in California, reported enterprise times...
August 7, 2018 by at Bitcoin, Mining, News
As cryptocurrency and blockchain technology advances, the environment is suffering. For some, the answer to offsetting the environmental impact of cryptocurrency is--you guessed it--more cryptocurrency. Bitcoin mining is a notorious energy suck. This has sent crypto mining operations to places in the world with the lowest cost for electricity like...
July 12, 2018 by at Altcoins, Blockchain, Ethereum, News, Tech
On July 9, 2018, the Cryptockitties team announced it was signing a partnership with ACTAI Global and Ocean Elders to create a new CryptoKitty called Honu which will be auctioned and the amount gathered from the sale will be used to help protect our marine life and oceans. Honu Launches...
May 31, 2018 by at Altcoins, Finance, News
According to a Reddit thread, NDPonics, a non-government organization located in West-central Virginia is currently accepting “decentralized currency donations” to build sovereignty among tribal land conservation, renewable energy installation, energy efficiency and enable tribal food production. Their mission is to undergo a variety of projects that involve strengthening the energy...
May 19, 2018 by at Blockchain, News, Tech
Blockchain technology could be the ultimate solution to a problem that poses a significant threat to human existence. Water scarcity is becoming a significant considerable challenge despite the fact that the resource covers a considerable chunk of the earth surface. Water Scarcity: A Ticking Bomb While water covers 70 percent...
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