The IOTA Foundation and the technology company ClimateCheck have entered into a strategic partnership for solutions to combat climate change.
The IOTA Foundation and the technology company Bitcoin Code software, which is active in climate protection, have entered into a strategic partnership to develop data-based solutions to combat climate change. This gave IOTA on December 8 in a blog post known.
Tools for climate data
As part of the DigitalMRV project , the partners are working on tools for the collection and use of climate-related data. The abbreviation MRV stands for “Measurement, Reporting, and Verification” of the measures used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
With more efficient measurement methods and, as a result, simpler certification processes, IOTA and ClimateCheck want to facilitate the marketing of measures to reduce CO² with DigitalMRV.
For this purpose, a 14-month pilot test to set up a data acquisition system for landfill gas is starting in Chile. Real-time data should improve the transparency of emission credits and facilitate their further use.
Separation from co-founder David Sønstebø
In IOTA Meanwhile, the expulsion of its co-founder David Sønstebø making waves, the Foundation on December 10 announced . Significant differences in interests between Sønstebø and the IOTA Foundation led to the unanimous decision to dismiss the co-founder.