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Can Crypto drive Climate Impact?
Bitcoin, blockchain technology and NFTs “uses 121 Terawatt-hours of electricity every year… more than the entire country of Argentina” according to Investopedia. Is this information still accurate today and how are people using cryptocurrency in positive ways?

A Joule scientific journal in 2019 found that “Bitcoin production is estimated to generate between 22 and 22.9 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year.” In perspective, this equals 2.7 billion homes.

Investing opportunities like NFTs continue skyrocketing in success and development. But, for anyone climate-conscious, is this an opportunity or challenge?

During the hour, we’ll discuss:
What is blockchain?
What is crypto?
What is NFTs?
What is ReFi?
How do these relate to climate?
Why do we need a price on carbon or natural capital?
How do we move from extractive to regenerative?
How is Katalyst.Earth achieving this?

Mitchell Board co-founded Katalyst.Earth this year to use his experience to capitalise on blockchains through NFTs and carbon markets to work towards climate action. With 15+ years in global energy trading, renewables, investment and infrastructure across UK, Switzerland, Singapore and Australia, Mitchell has extensive knowledge of how we use these new technologies for, over continuing against, our net-zero future.

Disclaimer: All information is general information only. This event is prepared by Bloom Impact Investment Services Pty Ltd (ACN 651 965 098 AR 001294778), who is an authorised representative of Cache Investment Management Pty Ltd (ACN 624 306 430 AFSL 514 360) (Cache).

Jul 26, 2022 12:00 PM in Brisbane

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