Retire digital carbon instantly via credit card
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Retire digital carbon instantly via credit card

July 12, 2023

As the traditional Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) continues to struggle to embrace novel technological solutions like blockchain, its challenges become more evident. The issues include:

  • opaque pricing models;
  • slow settlement speeds;
  • lack of reliable auditing procedures;
  • lack of transparency for customers; and
  • costly access to the market overall.

Many of these challenges can either be solved or have their impact greatly diminished through the digitization of carbon market infrastructure via the Digital Carbon Market. The Carbonmark platform is a next-generation upgrade to current markets in areas like transparency, speed, availability—and payment.

Following the introduction of the Carbonmark Offset API in the first webinar, the second installment will dive deeper into product features such as:

  • instant carbon credit retirements via credit card;
  • customizable retirement certificates; and
  • full tracing of carbon credits to their source.

Explore instant retirements via credit card on July 18th at 16:00 UTC

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This webinar will focus on leveraging Carbonmark’s one-click, instant carbon retirement functionality, enabling you to instantly retire carbon from a selection of over 20 million verified digital carbon credits. All settlements occur in real-time, with multi-currency coverage available.

After retirement, you will receive a certificate that authenticates your climate action instantly, enabling you to prove your commitment to the environment. You can also customize your retirement certificates, including your own branding, for a consistent user experience throughout your organization.

Take frictionless climate action now

Join the second Carbonmark Webinar to receive guidance from our expert team on how you can take advantage of instant retirements and Carbonmark’s zero-commission pricing model. Carbonmark combines cutting-edge technology with reliable, easy, and trusted payment methods such as credit card payments. If this sounds like something your organization would benefit from, get your ticket now!

Click here to watch second webinar recording.


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