$1 can offset 3 Bitcoin transactions
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It doesn't matter if you send the equivalent of $20 or $20 million

Each Bitcoin transaction* equals approx. 315 kgs of CO₂

* For onchain wallet to wallet transfers. Actual CO2 data may fluctuate. CO₂ data is weighted average for January-February, 2021
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Avg. flight ≈ 325 kg CO₂
A single onchain wallet to wallet bitcoin transfer has the same carbon footprint as a return flight from Washington to New York. 325 kgs of CO₂ (716 pounds)
15 trees to capture 0.001 BTC
It would take 15 trees one whole year to capture the carbon emissions of a 0.001 Bitcoin transfer.

BTC vs. Household
A transfer of just $20 worth of Bitcoin is equivalent to the power consumption of an average U.S. household over 21 days.
About Us
How is Bitcoin impacting the planet?

At ImpactScope we believe in the future of digital currencies. We are, however, concerned by the significant energy requirements of Bitcoin in particular.

In 2021 the Bitcoin network will consume approximately 1 % of global electricity. Unfortunately, there is overwhelming evidence that more than 60% of Bitcoin mining activity depends on fossil fuels. This results in an annual carbon footprint of 36 million tonnes of CO₂. That's the same as putting an extra 2.5 million diesel cars on our roads each year.

Within months of being emitted, carbon dioxide diffuses evenly throughout the lower atmosphere. This means that when we reduce or prevent CO₂ emissions on one side of the world, we can help reduce the overall CO₂ levels of the planet. This is where offsetting comes in.

All ImpactScope carbon offsetting projects are validated and audited by Verra, the world’s leading program for the certification of GHG emission reductions.

ImpactScope supports the Sustainable Development Goals:

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Make your Bitcoin holdings greener!
It takes four times more energy to mine $1 of bitcoin than it does to mine $1 of gold. In 2021 bitcoin's electricity consumption will exceed 70 terawatt hours. That's more than the annual electricity consumption of Austria.
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For amounts over 0.05 BTC please use the addresses below
Bitcoin address: 31kHH5VdvZww5B1kqZBhJAJuTCBdFggJv4
Litecoin address: MF86hEWU9JqnszHvsiy8g6v9TBbX9BVpMt