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XRP 57,000 Times More Eco-Friendly Than Bitcoin And Ethereum

10 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments PassionCryptodotcom

Ripple claims that XRP is 57,000 times more environmentally friendly than Bitcoin , making it a sustainable cryptocurrency. Bitcoin's high energy consumption is due to the Proof of Work consensus mechanism and the need for mining. Bitcoin has alre...

The power of your will

19 Jun 2020 1 minute read 2 comments VNFC

i heard about this story few years ago, but then I did't tried to publish my thoughts somewhere and I must admit only Publish0x made me change (a little bit) my mind. Today I want to reveal you this true fact that happened in Mumbai, India - one of t...

Cryptocurrency and the benefits of ecology. How does "green" mining work?

10 May 2020 5 minute read 10 comments Kluma

Mining digital money is often blamed for the fact that it causes harm to the nature. However, the situation is changing right now. How a new type of asset helps grow strawberries in Canada and why the main friends of miners are wind, sun and water Mi...

Clean Planet - Review

4 Oct 2019 1 minute read 0 comments Juan Molina

Do you already know Cleanplanet?     This movement aims to clean up the planet and free it from pollution due to the lack of awareness of us human beings. The damage we cause when we throw our waste in green areas, beaches or simply when we do not c...

Unusual ways to protect the forest

21 Sep 2019 2 minute read 3 comments Pluton

There may be some inaccuracies in English. In addition to the overall control and development of forestry, the problem of fire protection is particularly acute. Although the burning of forests and is considered part of their biological existence, ho...

Plant and Fungal Ancient relationship: Networks Essential for Growth.

18 Jul 2019 6 minute read 7 comments HarmonyMedia

  Introducing some information informed regeneration tactics, evolutionary relationships between plants-fungi, and their importance to us: beginning with endomycorrhizal fungi, our rarely praised ubiquitous plant penetrating friends. Here I lay out s...

How much energy does Bitcoin use?

4 Jul 2019 1 minute read 1 comment marianomariano

How much energy does Bitcoin use? is a project of the University of Cambridge. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed an indicator measuring the consumption of electricity in the Bitcoin network. Works in real time.Index - (CBECI)...

An Introduction to Technoecology: An analogy between biological systems and human activities

3 Jul 2019 2 minute read 0 comments Daniel Goldman

Humans, and our early ancestors, have had a long history of altering our environment to suit our needs. If we want to truly understand our interaction with and in the biosphere, we have to do so by looking at analogs and extensions of ideas from biol...

Take your trash with you before the snails do it for you ...

25 Jun 2019 1 minute read 0 comments Dimarss

Hello to you, who read this now! Unfortunately, the abundance of garbage - the scourge of modern cities, and the larger the settlement - the greater the abundance of garbage around it ... Around us there seems to be a lot of not asphalted green shady...

Concrete from old glass will become a real construction revolution.

21 Jun 2019 1 minute read 7 comments marianomariano

Glass is considered an environmentally friendly material, due to the fact that it is easily recyclable. Unfortunately, it turns out that there are so many of them that we can not keep up with its processing, especially small fragments.As always, ho...