Creol and F2Pool will work for the green planet.
We are thrilled to announce that Creol — a carbon-neutral validator is all set to work with F2Pool and has committed to bringing sustainability to the blockchain ecosystem.
Creol empowers users and businesses to lower their carbon impact on the planet.
Creol has a certification based on reputation and these three factors are taken into consideration, this includes carbon reduction, offsets, and time. Creol team has already purchased and retired 7,200 verified carbon units which were obtained from the REDD project in Brazil and this was tracked on Polygon Network and was initiated along with Offsetra.
Real-time carbon offsets itself using grid mix Oracles, which grids to calculate the footprint in real-time. Creol systems are by default carbon neutral and even carbon positive sometimes.
Creol along with F2Pool will definitely help to bring sustainability to the blockchain ecosystem and achieve a green planet as well and this will all be tracked on Polygon Network.
Creol is a carbon-neutral validator helping to establish a secure network for the ecosystem. They use node carbon neutral for all their transactions and help to boost the ecosystem while providing a green planet for all. Creol is considered to be one of the leading build-n-earn apps that can change the world.
F2Pool is a geographically distributed mining pool, helping miners all over the globe secure Bitcoin and 40+ proof-of-work networks since 2013. As one of the oldest mining pools, we’re busy decentralizing our team and infrastructure.
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