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About GreenLink / IMPACT
GreenLink is a blockchain project that represents sustainability and powers an ecosystem of impact-related projects. We enables brand owners and businesses to be on the blockchain, where the token economy can be used to provide product traceability, data authentication and consumers rewards across the entire supply chain to all stakeholders. GreenLink is a Singapore-based technology company with over 3 years of track record and experience in the ethical and sustainability consumer space, having co-founded Boxgreen — a B-Corp certified, profitable and sustainable snack e-tailer that delivers healthier, portion-controlled snacks to homes and offices.
|Token||GreenLink / IMPACT|
|Tokens for Sale||5,000,000,000|
|Price in ICO||0.0089 USD|
|Distributed in ICO||50%|
Timeline / Roadmap
Boxgreen, a sustainable snack e-tailer was founded in Singapore
Raised seed funding from notable VCs, including 500 startups & Expara Ventures
Served over 200 offices and 4000 homes
B Corp Certified and expansion to Malaysia & Thailand
Launched Asia’s first smart healthy snack vending machine
Conceptualized GreenLink to build an ecosystem around sustainability & conscious consumption
GreenLink token sale
Exchange listing tentatively end of Q4.
Greenlink 1.0 Digital Certification Platform Pilot with selected brands and partners
Social Ledger 1.0 Onboard of 100 businesses Testing of social ledger ecosystem
Social Ledger 2.0 Offline rollout Open source to other parties
Greenlink 2.0 Onboarding of 50 certifying bodies 500 businesses and brands onboard
Are these chocolate really fair trade certified? How do I know this restaurant is really using responsibly-sourced seafood?
With a plethora of environmental and social problems today, a growing number of consumers are seeking out for more sustainable products that minimize negative impacts on people and the planet.
In March 2018, Starbucks faced criticism and mounting consumer pressure over whether its cups are made from sustainable or biodegradable materials — a petition with over 1 million signatures urging the coffee giant to honor the promise it made 10 years ago to develop recyclable cup. By July 2018, Starbucks announced that they are eliminating plastic straws from its stores worldwide by replacing them with fully recyclable sippy cups. This change will help eliminate more than 1 billion plastic straws globally per year.
Research also shows that many shoppers rely heavily on labels and certifications as a quick and easy way to identify more responsibly made products without having to become supply chain experts.
A report by Business and Sustainable Development Commission (BSDC) outlines how Asia will offer economic opportunities worth more than US$5 trillion by 2030 in the sustainability space, bringing momentous social and environmental benefits.
As sustainability goes mainstream, the number of different schemes and voluntary initiatives has grown exponentially in recent years. The Ecolabel Index, the largest global directory of ecolabels, currently lists over 460 labels in 25 different sectors. Most of these have emerged in the past two decades. But are they any good?