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DeepMarkit Announces Commercial Launch of Proprietary Carbon Offset Minting Platform MintCarbon.io

DeepMarkit Corp. announced the commercial launch of its proprietary MintCarbon.io platform.

The Platform was developed by DeepMarkit to support and promote reliability and transparency in the rapidly growing voluntary carbon market (VCM). It’s also for allowing users to easily connect their digital wallets to onboard, purchase, hold, or retire carbon offsets on the Blockchain.

The VCM exceeded a valuation of $1 billion for the first time in November 2021. It is expected to surpass $2 billion this year and will reach $40 billion by 2030.

Bringing the VCM onto the blockchain via MintCarbon.io can help unlock liquidity and transparency, driving market growth while bringing capital to where it is needed the most.

The Platform has been tested, is accredited, and is now ready to onboard offsets and start earning revenue for DeepMarkit. It is also designed to reward carbon offset owners via a sharing arrangement.

As integrity and reliability are vital for the growth of the carbon offset sector, MintCarbon.io further ensures that each project listed is linked to a third-party verified carbon offset.

DeepMarkit works closely with Gold Standard and Verra to ensure only the highest quality, credible projects are chosen.

MintCarbon.io also received a Security Assessment Certificate from Quantstamp, which evaluated the Platform for security-related issues, code quality, and best practices for its smart contracts.

Read the Full News Release here.

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