Unlocking access, transparency and reliability to global carbon credit markets

First Carbon Corp. is making it simple and secure to track and trade carbon credits through our proprietary platform accessible to everyone, everywhere.
FCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of publicly traded DeepMarkit Corp (TSX-V: MKT, OTC: MKTDF)

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We are tokenizing the carbon Offset credits market

First Carbon Corp. provides an "on-ramp" into blockchain marketplaces for existing carbon credits issuers, unlocking access to a broader pool of investors and purchasers to better monetize the full value of their carbon credits.

The Challenge

While carbon credits are broadly available, trading is highly inaccessible, opaque, and inefficient. These issues hamper both supply and demand in the markets.

The Opportunity

Voluntary carbon credits are quickly becoming an inevitable part of everyday life; estimates show that demand could increase 15 times by 2030 to $50 billion.*
*Task Force on scaling voluntary carbon markets

The Solution

Leveraging blockchain technology, we are bringing liquidity to carbon markets through a decentralized platform that will formalize offset trading on tokenized exchanges.

AN EMERGING ASSET CLASS

Increased pressure on corporations to implement Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) policies has resulted in rapidly growing demand for carbon offset markets. Due to these changes, the total value of global carbon markets grew five times since 2017, hitting a record $261 billion in 2020 (compliance & voluntary markets combined.)

CARBON CREDITS IN THE spotlight

Large corporations and media organizations have identified the need for increasing access and scope of the carbon credit markets.

First Carbon Corp. provides an innovative solution to this challenge with its unique approach to the development of a standardized credit market for carbon credits.

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Investors managing a collective $6.6 trillion are pressing the finance industry to boost funding for carbon-removal methods and standardize pollution credits as part of the effort to keep global warming within 1.5 degrees Celsius of pre-industrial levels.

The carbon offset market may need to grow by as much as 50 times if companies are going to meet 2050 net-zero greenhouse gas emissions goals.

Envrionmental, Social & Governance (ESG) investing to reach $1 trillion by 2030, says head of iShares Americas as carbon transition funds launch.