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Crypto’s Greenest Project Secures End-of-month Token ICO – Get Involved in the Presale Before Its Too Late

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Sustainable crypto start-up C+Charge, which is currently conducting a token presale to raise funds for the development of its revolutionary electric vehicle (EV) charging payments platform, just announced massive news to investors.The project’s CCHG token is set to go live on Bitmart Exchange at the end of the month.

That marks C+Charge’s first centralized cryptocurrency exchange listing, with many more expected in the weeks ahead.Listing across major centralized exchanges should bring more hype and eyes to the CCHG project, and early CCHG investors will be hoping that this translates into big gains for the cryptocurrency, as has happened with other recent major presale’s, like last year’s launch of the Tamadoge (TAMA) token.C+Charge is building a crypto-powered payments platform that will allow users to earn blockchain-based tokenized versions of carbon credits each time they charge their EV, an industry first.The sustainable web3 start-up is being hailed as transformative for the EV charging industry, given that 1) it helps democratize the carbon credit market, which, up until now, remains mostly dominated by large industry players and 2) it incentivizes the switch to EVs by offering drivers a financial reward for their environmentally friendly behavior for the first time.C+Charge’s payments platform also aims to solve a number of other problems within the EV charging space.

These include improving transparency around pricing (given all transactions take place on the blockchain) and offering users real-time information on the status and wait times of charging stations.To fund the development of its revolutionary EV charging payments platform, C+Charge is conducting a presale of the CCHG crypto token that will power its

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