Ocean Falls Blockchain Joins the Crypto Climate Accord
Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 15, 2021) – Ocean Falls Blockchain Corp. (“OFB” or the “Company“), an environmentally conscious cryptocurrency miner with burgeoning blockchain technologies in development, announces it has joined the Crypto Climate Accord. The Company hopes that others in the industry will also step up to help do their part in reducing carbon emissions by adapting to clean energy alternatives.
Surging demand for cryptocurrencies and accelerating adoption of blockchain-based solutions have highlighted a critical issue: the technology’s growing energy consumption and its impact on our climate. The Crypto Climate Accord is working collaboratively with Ocean Falls Blockchain and others in the crypto industry-including all blockchains-to transition to 100% renewables.
In cooperation with fintech and crypto industry leaders, Energy Web Foundation, the Alliance for Innovative Regulation and RMI, have launched the Crypto Climate Accord. The Accord, inspired by the Paris Climate Agreement, is a private sector-led initiative for the entire crypto community focused on decarbonizing the cryptocurrency industry in record time.
Projects in Canada and around the world are now looking to wean crypto mining away from fossil fuels, such as using hydroelectricity, solar and wind energy which positions Ocean Falls Blockchain to lead this charge with its current hydroelectric operations, utilization of excess power and clean carbon footprint.
Oded Orgil, the Company’s CEO stated, “OFB is proud to support the Crypto Climate Accord as both a signatory and supporter of the Accord’s objectives and goals. As a unified blockchain technology company and renewable energy crypto miner OFB endorses the CCA’s mandate to decarbonize the crypto industry and move towards a net zero emissions target by 2030 using best industry practices.”
About Ocean Falls Blockchain Corp.
Ocean Falls Blockchain Corp. is a well capitalized and unified blockchain technology company focused on developing or acquiring relevant and disruptive blockchain applications, in addition to an environmentally conscious boutique cryptocurrency mining operation located in the historic town of Ocean Falls, British Columbia.
Additional information on the Company is available at www.oceanfallsblockchain.com.
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