Blockchain Companies Dovu and Tymlez Join Forces to Reduce Carbon Emissions

The rapid growth of the blockchain technology market has raised concerns about its impact on sustainability. According to Emeritus, the market is currently valued at $4.7 billion, which is predicted to triple by 2027. The amount of energy used in its production and mining has become a priority for many in the industry.

In a recent interview on “Gossip about Gossip,” Matt Smithies, CTO of Dovu, and Dan Voyce, CTO of Tymlez, discussed their partnership and how it will help reduce carbon emissions. The integration will allow Tymlez’s customers to buy fully verified carbon credits through Dovu’s DNRV solution, which accurately reports carbon intensity and creates audit-ready reports of carbon emissions.

Smithies and Voyce also discussed risks carbon emissions pose in the blockchain technology landscape. They emphasized the importance of finding the demand to fit the supply of carbon credits to avoid oversupplying. The long-term benefits of carbon credits were also highlighted.

The partnership between Dovu and Tymlez demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and a willingness to collaborate to reduce carbon emissions. As the blockchain technology market continues to grow, it is crucial for companies to prioritize sustainability and work together to address the challenges that arise.

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