Adam Carver is the CEO of Bitgreen, a blockchain focused on sustainability, project finance and human betterment. They are developing an application-specific blockchain on Polkadot to facilitate green project finance and compliant DeFi. Adams career started in structured finance at Morgan Stanley and later he worked in venture capital and at AngelList.
Bitgreen combines blockchain technology and green innovation to drive capital into critically important sustainability initiatives. Bitgreen’s goal is to raise $1 Trillion for sustainability projects in 10 years.
Bitgreen is an open and permissionless blockchain built to meet the needs of NGOs, corporate ESG groups, and purpose-driven innovation in Web3. Bitgreen supplies high-quality tokenized carbon offsets to parachains and dapps throughout the Polkadot & Kusama networks. Web3 builders can utilize Bitgreen’s impact banking infrastructure to extend financial access and ownership. Learn more at hbitgreen.org.
Bitgreen makes it easy to finance, originate and purchase high quality, transparent Carbon Credits that conserve nature, remove atmospheric CO2 and send financial benefits to local communities. Impact investment platform: The Bitgreen Impact Investment Platform delivers the first blockchain marketplace for discovering and buying digital green bonds. Habbit game: Habbit is a powerful new program built to help you adopt better habits and eliminate negative patterns. Learn about Bitgreen's involvement in the Betmai Falls hydroelectric facility in Sierra Leone, alongside SERL and the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet. Bitgreen's contribution is to utilize its blockchain to raise funding for this critical clean energy project in West Africa.