XTCC Managing Director to advise first native digital carbon credit registry for Asia/APAC
XTCC Managing Director Professor Lisa Wilson, the multi-award-winning international business leader, academic, entrepreneur and mentor, today announced that she has become an advisor to Carbonbase – the climate-tech and carbon reduction solutions provider – supporting its work towards becoming the first native digital carbon credit registry for Asia/APAC.
Carbonbase founder Max Strong commented: “Professor Wilson is acclaimed not just as a blockchain pioneer but also for her work with XTCC in delivering the only sustainable, transparent, and measurable way to future-proof carbon credit investments, with integrity through the capital markets.”
Her advisory work will enable Carbonbase to benefit from her expertise in its provision of an end-to-end platform and tools for capturing data, managing, verifying, and registering carbon credits. This collaboration is set to revolutionise the carbon market landscape, with XTCC incorporating Carbonbase’s credits in its offering.
Professor Wilson commented: “At XTCC we’ve worked hard to deliver the world’s first exchange-traded structured investment product for high-quality carbon credits. Transparency and accountability within the carbon credit arena are critical, so Carbonbase is a natural fit with its emphasis on provenance to help the market build trust and integrity.”
Carbonbase founder Max Strong said: “We are delighted to be working with Professor Wilson, and the XTCC team, to create an ecosystem partnership for our digital native climate registry, and focus on growing the market for high integrity carbon credits”