[HIGHLIGHT] What is the Carbon Footprint of Distributed Ledger Technology (aka blockchain)?
As blockchain technology, or distributed ledger technology, becomes increasingly popular, Dr Christine Chow, Head of Stewardship at HSBC Global Asset Management, asked the important question of “What about the energy that is used to run blockchain? Is it proof of work or proof of stake?”. Dr Bo Bai, Chairman and Co-founder of CTX, then explains more about this and how CTX has calculated the carbon footprint of 1 Bitcoin and 1 Ether.
The full report on this can be viewed at https://www.ctx.sg/#/research?id=23
The full webinar can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TognAscp2nA
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