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Samsung and GameStop have joined Project Impact as affiliate partners. The crypto project is poised to revolutionize the way blockchain is applied in the fight against climate change.
Samsung and GameStop join affiliate network
This week the Impact Project added two of the world’s most popular companies to its affiliate network. Korean tech conglomerate Samsung and video game retailer GameStop have joined the platform’s partner network. Both companies have also committed part of their income to the fight against climate change.
So far, the Impact Project has signed agreements with more than 25,000 companies worldwide who will act as affiliate partners. These businesses will integrate the platform into their services, allowing their customers to seamlessly shop and purchase carbon credits through Project Impact.
There are well over 10,000 retailers among these affiliates, and customers who shop at these stores are rewarded. In addition, the whole system can serve as an incentive for more companies to join.
By doing your shopping via the IMPT platformthey could also get IMPT rewards.
Improving the efficiency of carbon credit trading
The Impact Project is a blockchain-based platform that has generated a lot of buzz in the market. The platform, which was built on the Ethereum blockchain, allows individuals and businesses to buy and trade carbon credits that they can use to directly offset their carbon footprint.
The Impact project tapped into an important need for blockchain to play a central role in the fight against climate change. In recent years, many have wondered about the possibility of blockchain technology being more involved in the fight against global warming.
With the technology that powers crypto-mining, industry critics have consistently pointed out that blockchain is not necessarily sustainable. However, Project Impact changes the narrative, facilitating carbon credit trading and allowing investors to directly fund environmental sustainability projects.
The Impact project aims to optimize the carbon credit trading process for greater efficiency. The current market landscape is very outdated, with states issuing carbon credits to companies.
Over the years, interested buyers have found it increasingly difficult to purchase these credits, especially since the state-based credit issuance system has been prone to inefficiency and bureaucracy.
Liquidity was also difficult as companies struggled to trade their credits.
With Project Impact, users can finally work around these issues once and for all. It offers credits in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), allowing anyone to trade them more seamlessly. These tokens can also be burned by their owners if they wish. As a result, credit holders have full control over them.
IMPT is available in presale
IMPT, the native token of Project Impact, has quickly become one of the most exciting coins available. In less than three months, the asset raised over $13 million in presale. A remarkable achievement, especially in a market that has been extremely bearish.
His presale is still ongoing and presents a huge opportunity for investors to make a profit. The current price is $0.023, but it will rise to $0.028 in the next phase. This is an asset for investors looking to make gains while doing good for the environment.