Solid World & Minnecados Partnership
Solid World is pleased to announce a new partnership with Minnecados, a DAO that is focused on helping to regenerate topsoils.
Using digital assets, traditional and decentralized finance, Minnecados is able to purchase debilitated land so it can be saved for mindful farmers and land stewards. Sustainable and regenerative practices are incentivized with $0 rent and perpetual CSA shares that help fund farmers and land stewards on the front end.
In a statement announcing the partnership, Teele Tuuling of Solid World said: “In Solid World DAO we also fight for better soil quality. Minnecados DAO is working on the same mission, helping to make topsoil better and at the end of the day, producing healthier foods for all of us! Using blockchain to help to save the planet is something amazing and I am happy to see projects like Minnecados, who believe in ReFi and better planet, thank you so much for your work, I am happy to be aligned! :)”
Solid World DAO is creating a transparent carbon market that will enable the pre-funding of high-quality sequestration-based carbon projects to help them get off the ground. The platform will also enable the commodification of carbon credits, and provide much-need liquidity to the carbon economy. Solid World will also allow users to trade many different types of pre-purchased carbon credits from agricultural, reforestation, and blue carbon sources.
Josh Belgarde of Minnecados also made a statement as well, saying that: “Minnecados is always looking for ways to help regenerate land. Using incentive structures are great for moving markets towards healthy and sustainable practices. Solid World DAO provides a “pre-funding” incentive to help and attract land stewards into carbon fixing projects. As Minnecados grows and holds more land, teaming up with Solid World DAO is a no-brainer. The pre-purchased carbon credits will help fund the land stewards to rebuild topsoil that was lost from destructive farming. As the land is regenerated, organic and sustainable farmers can use the healthy and safe soils to grow food. Fix carbon, grow healthy food, and pay land stewards properly… win, win, win.”
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