Leveraging the Metaverse to Reach Carbon Neutrality | Dr. Bo Bai | 2022 WSGS
MetaVerse Green Exchange (MVGX) is a leading green digital asset marketplace and the first exchange to mandate carbon disclosure for both issuers and investors through its carbon neutrality blockchain platform.
With its proprietary Non-Fungible Digital Twin (NFDT™) technology and through its Carbon Neutrality Token (CNT™), MVGX seeks to be the bridge between the crypto and digital asset space and traditional financial services; between the carbon trading markets of different jurisdictions with its patent-pending product and system; and between new sources of capital from the crypto world and green infrastructure projects. With the NFDT™ technology, MVGX will create digital twins of real-world assets and establish MVGX as the green exchange for the metaverse era.
MVGX is a regulated entity with a unique portfolio licenses by the Monetary Authority of Singapore including Recognized Market Operator (RMO), Capital Markets License for Dealing of Securities, Dealing of Collective Investment Scheme, and Providing Custodial Services for digital assets, as well as exempted Payment Service Act license (PSA). Powered by NASDAQ’s advanced trading and surveillance technology and MVGX’s proprietary ledger with carbon footprint tag, MVGX provides a regulated, transparent, efficient platform for asset owners and investors with a full-service infrastructure including primary issuance, secondary trading, settlement, and custody of digital assets.
AGF is a well-established green impact private equity firm focusing on China’s Industrials and Business Service (IBS) sectors and pursuing technology-enabled green impact, with around RMB 15 billion (~$2 billion equivalent) Assets Under Management. AGF’s vision is to “Invest•Greenergize China•Impact Asia”, and its mission is to become the most influential green impact private equity firm in the world.
Dr. Bai holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Physics from the University of Science and Technology of China, a certificate from the Sloan School of Management at MIT in the Financial Technology Option and a Ph.D. in Physics from MIT.