Using Big Data And The Power Of Markets To Solve Climate Change

San Francisco-based FinTech start-up, Xpansiv, has a credible plan to solve the problem of GHG emissions by leveraging industrial IoT to redefine the value embedded in commodities.

Information exchange breeds transparency. Transparency breeds efficient markets. Source: Xpansiv.com
Joe Madden, CEO of Xpansiv and Xpansiv CBL Holding Group (XCHG). Source: Xpansiv.com
Using Xpansiv’s technology, commodity tanks of gasoline turn into multi-dimensional “Digital Feedstock” — a digital asset that contains information about how that gasoline was made. Source: Xpansiv.com
Xpansiv links this ear of commodity corn to fundamental ESG factors involved in its production. The farmer sells his corn, but can also sell the digital asset — Xpansiv Digital Feedstock. Source: Xpansiv.com
  • It creates a valuable product (Digital Feedstock)…
  • With a minimum amount of friction (i.e., data is assembled automatically — you don’t have to employ an engineer with a clipboard to sit around checking gauges and scribbling numbers).
Cement production represents a huge GHG emission source. Who wouldn’t want to Napster the heck out of cement manufacturing GHG emissions?! The cool, backward Euro mark is the mark of Digital Feedstock. Source: Xpansiv.com

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Erik Kobayashi-Solomon

Passionate about harnessing the power of the free market to solve humanity’s biggest adaptation challenge.