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BP and Shell-backed accelerator looks for the Teslas of climate tech

Ten corporations, including BP, Shell and Microsoft, are setting up a climate tech accelerator to channel more funding to sustainability startups, which often struggle to raise investment. According to Jon Creyts from the Rocky Mountain Institute, the US-based environmentalist think-tank that will lead the accelerator, investors are so put off funding climate change tech that there's only been one hard tech company in the last decade to secure enough funding to be successful.

Dec 02, 2020 by Sifted
Green Industry News
Solar REITs: The Blazing Opportunity That Few See Coming

I believe that solar energy will enhance the returns of existing Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and also create a whole new class of REITs. The limited number of deals that we have seen so far is just the trickle before the floodgates open.

Nov 14, 2020 by Dane Bowler via SeekingAlpha
Green Industry Blogs
Japan's Top Credit Card Issuer JCB to Apply DLT in Its $10T B2B Market

Japan's biggest credit card issuer JCB partnered with California-based commercial payments platform Paystand for a new B2B product.

Dec 22, 2019 by Helen Partz
Crypto News
Coinbase Will Suspend All Margin Trading Tomorrow

Coinbase Will Suspend All Margin Trading Tomorrow, Citing CFTC Guidance Crypto exchange Coinbase plans to end all margin trading effective Nov. 25, 2020, due to recent regulations by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The San Francisco-based trading platform announced Tuesday that it would prevent customers from placing new margin trades beginning at 2 p.m.

Dec 02, 2020 by CoinDesk
Crypto News
Deutsche Bank says crypto could replace cash by 2030 as fiat system looks 'fragile'

Cryptocurrencies have the potential to eventually replace cash, according to new research from financial services giant Deutsche Bank. In the "Imagine 2030" research report, Germany-headquartered Deutsche Bank said cryptocurrencies may have been "additions" rather than "substitutes" in the finance world thus far, but the next decade could change that as regulatory hurdles get past.

Dec 07, 2019 by The Block
Crypto News



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