green cryptocurrency may be the future – this one just added dyson and samsung as affiliate partners

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The Impact project has added Samsung and Dyson as affiliate partners. This platform’s IMPT token is an ideal asset for value-seeking investors to have in their portfolios.

Samsung and Dyson Join the Impact Project’s Affiliate Network

This week, Impact Project expanded its affiliate network by adding two of the world’s biggest companies. Korean technology conglomerate Samsung and Singapore-based household appliances company Dyson has joined the platform’s network of partners, with both firms committing to a greener future by using the Impact Project as a channel.

With this new move, the Impact Project has continued to grow its ever-expanding affiliate network as it looks to bring the corporate landscape to a greater consciousness of the climate challenges faced by the world.

More than 25,000 companies worldwide have already signed deals to join the Impact Project’s network. In one way or another, these companies will integrate the platform into their operations, enabling their customers to shop, make payments for carbon credits, and offset their carbon footprint.

Of the 25,000-plus companies in the Impact Project’s affiliate network, over 10,000 are retailers. These companies will reward their customers with IMPT tokens for using the platform while also serving as an incentive for other companies to do the same.

Transforming the Carbon Credit Landscape

The Impact Project is a blockchain-based platform looking to make it easier for individuals and companies to purchase carbon credits. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, the initiative has gained massive buzz in the crypto market for its potential to transform the fight against climate change.

So far, Impact Project is operating in an untapped niche. For years, many have asked that the blockchain space be more active in the fight against global warming. And while there is still much to be desired, platforms like the Impact Project are leading the charge and showing that blockchain can be a force for good.

The Impact Project has recognized the need for blockchain to be at the center of the fight against climate change. The platform aims to optimize the trading process for these credits, improving efficiency and transparency in the process while taking industry players away from the old and antiquated processes that have so far been the standard.

Since the state-based credit issuance system has been prone to inefficiency and bureaucracy, interested buyers have found it more challenging to purchase these credits over time.

The Impact Project will also address the liquidity problem, with credits being offered as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that would allow users to trade seamlessly and efficiently. Users can control the number of tokens in circulation while also choosing whether or not they’d like to sell or burn them entirely.

Buy IMPT & Create a Better World

IMPT, the native token for the Impact Project, is one of the most exciting coins on the market. The coin, available on presale, has available on presale, has so far raised over $13.2 million in less than two months. And, even with the bearish forces on the market being strong, it is impressive how much IMPT has managed to capture the attention of value-seeking investors who would also like to create better work.

As each stage of the IMPT presale goes on, the asset’s value rises. This means that the token holds a lot of untapped potential for gains. The digital asset trades at $0.023 but will move to $0.028 in the next phase.

For investors looking for the perfect ESG investment, IMPT is a good coin to buy.

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