Carbon Credit Platform

Carbon Credit Platform

Our Technology

Blockchain Integration Technology

At The Rob Rockefeller Standard Carbon, we are proud to offer our partners the opportunity to create a proprietary blockchain that has many advantages.

Before we delve into the benefits of our blockchain, let us briefly explain what a carbon credit is. A carbon credit is a tradable permit that allows companies to emit a certain amount of greenhouse gases. By reducing their emissions below this threshold, companies can generate carbon credits that can be sold to other companies that exceed their limit.

This creates a financial incentive for companies to reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to the fight against climate change. 

Features We Have Which Enhance Us

Building & Maintaining The Energy

Our proprietary blockchain technology allows our partners to create a secure and transparent ledger of carbon credits.This is done by recording every transaction of carbon credits on the blockchain, creating an immutable and auditable record of ownership.

Here are some of the key benefits of our proprietary blockchain.

Improved trasparency and trust

The blockchain is a decentralized and public technology, which means that all transactions are recorded on an immutable ledger visible to all participants in the network. This means that transaction information is available to everyone, without the need for centralized intermediaries, improving transparency and trust between parties.

Increased efficiency

The blockchain can increase efficiency by eliminating the need for centralized intermediaries to execute and record transactions. This reduces costs and the time required to process transactions, allowing parties to exchange goods and services more quickly.

Enhanced traceability

The blockchain tracks all transactions, from their origins to their final destination. This means that the parties involved can easily trace the origin and path of goods and services, improving security and reducing the risk of fraud.


The blockchain is highly customizable, which means it can be used for a wide range of applications. For example, it can be used to create smart contracts for the automatic management of financial transactions or to create custom tokens for managing intellectual property rights.


The blockchain is highly scalable, which means it can be used to handle large volumes of transactions without sacrificing speed or efficiency. This makes the blockchain an ideal technology for large-scale applications, such as online payment systems or digital real estate registries.