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Steve Wozniak becomes co-owner of Efforce, blockchain platform for energy efficiency and issues WOZX token

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By information on CNBC, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak co-owns the startup Efforce. The goal of this company is to introduce blockchain into the global energy sector and develop “green” technologies.

Efforce has been registered in Malta in 2019. Its founders also are Jackopo Visetti, Jackopo Vanetti, Ken Haresti and Stefano Scorsese.

The Efforce website states that it is the first decentralized platform that allows everyone to financially benefit from the implementation of energy efficiency projects around the world, as well as contribute to the protection of the environment.

Since mid-2019, the Efforce platform has been in test mode. The company allows owners of various corporate or industrial buildings to register for a green energy retrofit project. It was planned that they will be able to receive funding from investors at the end of this year.

IN presentations Efforce states that companies and users can already purchase the WOZX token and thus help other companies to implement green projects. In fact, money for the purchase of WOZX will be allocated to companies registered on the platform. Further, in the long term, in the event of receiving benefits from the implementation of their “green” projects, the resulting savings in companies will be distributed among token holders without intermediaries using smart contracts and blockchain.

According to Steve Wozniak’s statement on CNBC, humanity can reduce its energy footprint and reduce energy consumption through innovations, including blockchain and cryptocurrency. That is why he became a co-owner of Efforce.

Token WOZX was officially presented December 1, 2020. At the moment it is already available on the exchange HBTC, in free circulation 20 million tokens. Total will be released 1 billion tokens. 45% of tokens will be available for private exchange, 20% will be owned by Efforce, 20% can be mined, 15% will be used in the ecosystem and given to consultants.

October Efforce told that fake WOZX tokens have already appeared on the UNISWAP exchange. The company warned that users must check the official address of the token and the exchange where it is available on the platform’s website.

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