This New Crypto Project's Presale Just Surpassed $375,000 - How to Get in Early?
Investors are rushing to secure the limited, discounted presale tokens of a revolutionary new green cryptocurrency platform called C+Charge, with the project having already raised a staggering more than $370,000 in just a few weeks since the presale launch. Indeed, a crypto whale recently banked a massive $99,000 worth of CCHG tokens in one whack, as can be verified here on per BscScan.
C+Charge is making wakes in the electric vehicle (EV) charging space – the crypto start-up is building a first-of-its-kind electric vehicle charging platform where users can pay to charge their vehicles using crypto and can subsequently earn rewards in the form of blockchain-based carbon credits.
C+Charge also hopes to solve other key issues plaguing the EV charging market, such as the lack of a unified payments solution and lack of information on charger operational status and wait times.
The project is currently selling its CCHG token, which will power its EV charging application, for 0.013 USDT, a highly discounted price according to some analysts. Some have gone as far as claiming the cryptocurrency could 10x when it launches on exchanges in just over two months.
Investors should also be aware that C+Charge is conducting a $50,000 giveaway. Investors must hold at least $100 of CCHG on the day of the draw to be eligible to win the prize.
How C+Charge Works
EV drivers will be able to use C+Charge’s currently in-development app to pay to charge their vehicles. Users will pay to charge their EVs using C+Charge’s native cryptocurrency CCHG. They will then be rewarded with carbon credits in the form of Goodness Native Tokens (GNT), which will be stored in their account on the C+Charge app.
GNT token represents a verified voluntary carbon credit and is backed by venture capital firms a16z Crypto and Samsung Next as well as fund manager Invesco. The more EV owners charge and drive and the more CCHG they spend, the more GNT they will earn.
CCHG owners also have an opportunity to earn carbon credits passively. There is a 1% tax on all transactions that C+Charge uses to purchase GNT carbon credits and then distribute them proportionately amongst CCHG token holders.
As well as acting as a payments platform for EV charging and a carbon credit tracker, C+Charge’s application will also help users easily geolocate nearby charging stations and will offer useful information such as real-time charger wait times and charging station technical diagnosis.
C+Charge to Streamline EV Charging
At present, EV charging is a notoriously complicated process when compared refueling a traditional fossil fuel vehicle. There are no unified rules on the type of hardware or payment solutions that charging stations need to offer. This makes it more difficult than necessary for EV drivers to recharge.
For example, while Tesla’s supercharger network is opening up to non-Tesla EVs, it is still very difficult for non-Tesla EV drivers to charge using this network due hardware and payment solution barriers.
Meanwhile, there doesn’t currently exist a framework where EV drivers can pay a charging station directly for its services without needing to go through a third-party intermediary. And there doesn’t currently exist a universal third-party subscription solution for EV charging station access.
C+Charge aims to remedy these problems. Anyone will easily be able to use the app without the need to pay any subscription fee. C+Charge aims to make its payment solution available to all charging stations, allow EV drivers to pay EV charging station providers directly in a peer-to-peer manner via the blockchain.
C+Charge, which is currently building its platform and setting up partnerships with EV charging station providers across the world, hopes to become the dominant EV charging payment solution. One of the platform’s key aims is to make EV charging a much smoother process, which is why it will also offer users a host of other useful features, such as real-time information on charger operational status and waiting times.