Electric Vehicle Charging Payments Go Crypto With This Innovative New Startup – The Next Big Thing?
Electric vehicles (EVs) are playing a significant role in the world’s rapid transition to environmentally friendly practices.
The network application and utility token proposed by C+Charge aims to overcome the infrastructure and economic problems limiting the expansion of the EV sector.
While many crypto projects promise unrealistic standards, C+Charge is looking to deliver practical value with a real-world use case that would enhance the environment by powering a network to help reduce carbon emissions and their harmful impacts on the ecosystem.
The crypto startup native token, $CCHG, controls the C+Charge economy. At the time of writing, the digital token price is $0.018, and the presale has raised more than $2.2 million.
A Green Crypto Initiative
C+Charge is looking to establish itself as a cutting-edge and environmentally responsible cryptocurrency by rewarding users with carbon credits on and off the chain.
The platform also wants to increase transparency in the EV sector by standardizing charging payments.
In order to satisfy the demand that will certainly rise as more EVs begin to operate on the road, the initiative seeks to build more charging stations and expand the capacity of those that already exist.
Since Elon Musk’s Tesla was unveiled, the number of electric vehicles has steadily increased, and consumers are more willing to trade their internal combustion engine vehicles for electric ones.
However, the current problems in this ecosystem have kept the adoption rate in doubt.
One of the main issues is that of carbon credit. A carbon credit is an authorization to emit a specific quantity of greenhouse gasses, such as carbon dioxide.
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One ton of any greenhouse gas emitted is equivalent to one carbon credit.
Because environmental altruism will not increase adoption rates and lower power costs will not persuade most consumers to choose electric vehicles, carbon credits are the most effective form of compensation.
Every day, EV owners take steps to reduce their carbon emissions. As a result, they merit a system of carbon credits.
The existing approach, however, has excluded regular people from the carbon credit system.
Corporate entities are currently hegemonizing the carbon credit economy, leaving out the major contributors to carbon emission reductions, like regular EV drivers.