Blockchain technology has been receiving a lot of opposition over the years from environmentalists. Words like sustainable-focused innovation and positive energy are ready to echo in the sphere of crypto for the first time. In what is a historic move, sustainability is at the forefront of crypto expansion with the Indian company 5ire devising a novel and pro-ecological solution. For this purpose, they have successfully raised over a whopping $100 million to fuel this green project. It is garnering both popularity and additional funds from enthusiastic big crypto champions who are eager to make this eco-conscious project go mainstream.
The venture has already ticked off two of UN’s goals aimed at sustainable development, also known as SDGs, namely clean energy and climate action. Using this as a core tenet in their blueprint, the project is set to make waves in the crypto industry for its ingenious amalgamation of blockchain infrastructure and environment-friendly evolution. This environmentally feasible rendezvous between cryptocurrency and global sustainable goals has been backed by the UK behemoth SRAM&MRAM Group which prides itself for years of investing in futuristic tech ventures.
With just over a hundred employees under its belt, the Indian firm is set to dip its toes in international waters and make a successful crypto breakthrough. The company thus far has not planted any physical roots or set up operational hubs anywhere but that has not limited their ambitions. This will also add to their plans to bring advanced blockchain tech to more clients in the global scene. 5ire is currently looking to expand it roots beyond the Indian subcontinent and into European, American and other Asian markets. This move comes at the right time as it is expected to win the hearts of eco-loving crypto users in these territories. It plans to do this with its sustainable-focused blockchain powered on 5th generation.
Though tension has been brewing in the crypto realm, the Indian company is sure they can tide over these hard times with their brand-new venture.