ESG

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Crypto Tech Firm BlockFills to Offer ESG Credits to Miners
The firm said it is working with Isla Verda Capital to sell carbon offsets to miners who get their power from renewable energy sources.
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The White House's report on crypto mining and its environmental impact drew praise from both industry advocates and critics alike. (Ana Lanza/Unsplash)
White House Crypto Mining Report Draws Praise From Advocates and Critics Alike
The report called on standards to limit the industry’s environmental footprint, or else limit the industry itself.
The White House's report on crypto mining and its environmental impact drew praise from both industry advocates and critics alike. (Ana Lanza/Unsplash)

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Renewable Energy Company Closes $4.3M Capital Round to Convert Landfill Methane Into Bitcoin
Vespene Energy’s first funding round was led by Polychain Capital.
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An enterprise blockchain can help manufacturers track carbon emissions along their supply chains. (Shutterstock)
EY Has Built an Ethereum-Based Product to Help Firms Hit Carbon Accounting Goals
Enterprise users’ data-privacy concerns are less of a constraint when it comes to showing how supply chains are meeting their ESG mandates, said EY blockchain lead Paul Brody.
An enterprise blockchain can help manufacturers track carbon emissions along their supply chains. (Shutterstock)

Investor Town Hall: Security, Reputation, ESG and Other Barriers to Institutional Adoption
Investor Town Hall: Security, Reputation, ESG and Other Barriers to Institutional Adoption
Katherine Molnar, CIO at Fairfax County Police Officers Retirement System, Matt Halstead, Director at Teacher Retirement System of Texas, David Cooper, Chief Investment Office...
Investor Town Hall: Security, Reputation, ESG and Other Barriers to Institutional Adoption

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Crypto Carbon Credits: Slapping Lipstick on a Pig
There are deeper issues with crypto’s greenification beyond the current market rout.
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US Congressional Group ‘Disturbed’ by Crypto Mining Energy Usage
The six Democratic lawmakers found that seven large crypto miners consume enough energy to power all the households in Houston, Texas.
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Aspen Creek Digital's first bitcoin mining center in western Colorado (Aspen Creek Digital Corporation)
Solar-Powered Bitcoin Miner Starts Operations Despite Difficult Market
Aspen Creek Digital will also host miners from Galaxy Digital at its new data center in western Colorado.
Aspen Creek Digital's first bitcoin mining center in western Colorado (Aspen Creek Digital Corporation)

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New York Mining 'Ban' Is a Green Opportunity
The state’s possible moratorium on new carbon-based mining could be seen as an opportunity.
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Charles Hoskinson (Modified by Yunha Lee/CoinDesk)
Cardano’s Hoskinson: Luna Collapse Shows Need to Go Slow in Crypto
“If you move too quickly … everybody loses their money,” says Hoskinson, who will speak at Consensus 2022 next month.
Charles Hoskinson (Modified by Yunha Lee/CoinDesk)