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Greenheart PUNT approved for listing on leading global crypto exchange DigiFinex
DigiFinex is a Top 12 global crypto exchange and regularly trades in excess of $2 Billion dollars per day in volume and liquidity. The exchange trades approximately 200 leading coins and has over 4 million customer accounts - of which 800,000 are active daily users.
The listing on DigiFinex is in addition to Greenheart PUNT’s initial (December 1st) listing on the LAToken exchange and is designed to maximize liquidity and trading volume for PUNT token holders and investors.
The Greenheart PUNT token is scheduled to begin trading on DigiFinex on Wednesday 2nd December 2020.
Greenheart was founded two years ago in Ashbourne, County Meath and was formed two years ago by childhood friends Mark Canavan and Paul Walsh. The company produces a full range of sustainable oils - and shortly - edibles and balms for the retail market. Although Greenheart only began selling its oils in January 2020, it already has over 1,500 customers, a customer return rate three times the industry average and over seventy trusted 5 star reviews on its website.
Before launching Greenheart, Paul and Mark spent years researching extraction methods to produce the most effective agricultural products, for the end consumer with full traceability from seed to shelf. The company is the first sustainable producer in its market to use the full scope of cutting edge technology in its cultivation and production. This includes Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Blockchain technology at each stage of the planting, harvesting, production and retailing process.
Greenheart Punt Token
The Greenheart Punt token is being backed by a real commodity - 1,000 liters of Greenheart’s oil in year 1 (with a retail value $4 million US dollars) - allowing token holders to redeem their tokens directly for Greenheart oil.
The company also plans to continue deploying pioneering sustainability technology and cold press extraction, while also launching an Innovation Centre to teach farmers and the wilder public about the benefits of growing hemp and sustainable crops in Ireland.