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Nature’s Vault announces the official opening of their Presale round for the Legacy Token (NVLT) on 28 September 2022 at 0900 GMT+08. The launch date coincides with the formal opening of TOKEN 2049 in Singapore.
Nature’s Vault, a Singapore-based Greentech company, announced today a strategic collaboration with Polygon Network, a leading Web3 protocol provider.
In the last decade, the climate crisis has significantly worsened, bringing an accelerated focus on the need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. At the 2021 Glasgow climate summit, 81 countries committed to reducing carbon emissions by 45% and reaching net-zero targets by 2050.
Gold mining is problematic since most of the world’s gold is never used. The extracted gold is stored at a secure location for preservation as an investment. What if, instead of storing your gold in some obscure vault, you could invest without ever having to extract it?
The digital realm has become an integral part of our daily lives. It has brought investments closer to the people, as they have become simpler and more accessible. Consequently, financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and ETFs have undergone rapid digital transformation.
Here at Nature’s Vault, our team has been working hard behind the scenes to prepare for the launch of Legacy Token, a project that is aimed to take action against climate change and help build a net-zero future. We’re targeting an ICO at the end of 2022 as we continue to pursue our larger mission of building a climate tech finance platform that gives users access to investments that protect our planet and guarantee its future habitability.
Planet Earth is facing twin challenges:climate changeandbiodiversity loss. This is due in large part to the steady increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since the beginning of large-scale industrialization in the mid-1800s. The Earth is becoming an increasingly inhabitable place to live, with its warming causing extreme weather changes that put ecosystems at grave risk.
Nature's Vault acquires mining assets and then verifiably commits not to exploit them.
Blockchain startup looks to replicate trading gold in a bank’s vault by never mining the actual metal.
The ongoing climate crisis has focused global attention on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. At the2021 Glasgow Climate Summit, 81 countries joined an accord to reduce carbon emissions by 45%. Such agreements, however, indicate no real sense of global alarm, as the planet continues to undergo immense damage to bolster some of the world’s most lucrative industries. To ensure that emissions targets are met and a sustainable future can be achieved, several avenues need to be optimized or entirely new solutions explored.
Gold Mining is regarded as one of the most destructive activities for the environment. It affects natural ecosystems by removing soil and vegetation, depletes biodiversity resources, and poses a persistent toxicological threat to surrounding ecosystems and human health. The sheer scale of destruction that mining leads to is clear when taken into consideration the fact that mining just one ounce of gold generates approximately800 KGof greenhouse gasses.
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