CO2 Sucker Post No. 8

in #environmentlast year


Don't miss to repost... Your Resteem Incentive to share: 1185 COCO
Donated to CO2Fund: 2766 COCO
So far 2 resteems to share the Resteem Incentive.

Usually I spend 5 cent a day (what is just 1.5 US$ a month) to compensate a bit of my CO2 footprint. For that reason I buy the CO2 Compensation Coin (COCO) at and transfer them to @co2fund.
5 cent a day is not much but it can make a difference at the end - especially if everybody would do so.

The situation

I won’t post as much for a while, thus a question came up: How to use the upvotes I could receive through my enrollment at Steem Basic Income (SBI)?

My idea

Why not using my SBI upvotes for the CO2Fund project @retinox initiated 💭
I simply will use my author’s payout of this posts to reduce our all CO2 footprint a bit.
Of course I hope there will be some more upvotes from you guys ☺️ and with them a greater impact for our environment.

Where does the upvote value go?

I will use all STEEM and SP I receive as author rewards to buy COCO.

  • 70% of the COCO I will transfer to the CO2Fund’s address @co2fund.
  • 30% of the COCO I will accumulate and use as an incentive to resteem the current CO2 Sucker post. The COCO will be distributed to all 'resteemers' at extended intervals.

The more of you participate, the better...

What to do?

Simply upvote this post (and resteem it to participate in the accumulated incentive). Of course you will receive your curation rewards and I will be happy to see your contribution 😊

The advantage

If you are looking for a convenient way to reduce your CO2 footprint simply by doing an upvote, then the CO2 Sucker Post is the most comfortable way for you to do so.

Enjoy your day



Thank you @peekbit, for using the CO2 Compensation Coin (COCO) to reduce your CO2 footprint.

@retinox. Do we need to pay for hive-engine token registration.
Why your token is not listed there?

Hello @saun, sorry for the delay, have missed that you have mentioned me in this reply.
The COCO token is listed on steem-engine as it was from the beginning, even though I have reserved the name on hive-engine too (which has cost 100 BEE like for every other token).
The listing on steem-engine means that the transaction data are stored on the steem blockchain but the meta-date and wallet balances are still stored on steem-engine blockchain which is an 'aggroed-product' like hive-engine. So from the security aspect there is no difference. If the steem blockchain (or hive blockchain) would not continue to work the balances are still known on steem-engine resp. hive-engine.
For now, for the association Simplex World Society it's easier to have COCO traded against STEEM[P] than against HIVE[P].
Thank you for your interest in COCO and @co2fund.