Programmers eye blockchain-enabled concrete carbon credit tracking

Sources: CarbonMeta Technologies Inc., Woodinville, Wash.; CP staff

The provisional patent pursuit dovetails development of a carbon-negative, CO2-philic concrete by a CarbonMeta subsidiary in Saudi Arabia.

CarbonMeta Technologies has filed a provisional patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a verifiable process that documents and tracks sequestered carbon dioxide in concrete as carbon credits. The application outlines an innovative system that combines advanced carbon sequestration techniques and blockchain technology methods, ensuring data transparency and immutability. 

“This provisional patent represents a pivotal step in our mission to create and deploy transformative solutions for a greener tomorrow,” says CarbonMeta CEO Lloyd Spencer. “Our pioneering approach tackles the pressing issue of reducing greenhouse gas emissions head-on and offers investors an opportunity to make a significant impact in the fight against climate change,” says CarbonMeta CEO Lloyd Spencer, who joined Mohamed Khalil and Martyn Newby in coauthoring the application, and enlisted North Carolina-based PatentManiac Consulting for patent development and legal counsel services. 

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