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Cow Shades Tokens allow blockchain investors to own assets in farm communities.  Cow Shades utilizes an AMC (Advanced Market Commitment) to speed development of AgTech projects (renewable energy and regenerative farming) by tokenizing renewable energy certificates, carbon credits and asset tax credits/depreciation.

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THE CARBON MARKET

Smart contracts on the blockchain store metadata the about carbon credits and convert them into tradable units, enabling swift, transparent, and trustworthy data exchange among network participants. 

COW SHADES TOKENS

3 Levels Available

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Level One

$100

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Level Two

$500

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Level 3

$1,000

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Level 1:

Series A Tokens - Equity Tokens (Future):
Series A tokens represent equity ownership in the farm owner solar panel project.

 

Investors who purchase Series A tokens become direct shareholders in the project and are entitled to a share of the project's profits and decision-making rights.

 

These tokens offer a long-term investment opportunity with the potential for capital appreciation and dividends based on the project's performance.


 

Level 2 and 3:

Series D Tokens - Impact Tokens:
Series D tokens focus on the social and environmental impact of the farm owner project.

 

Investors who hold Series D tokens receive intangible benefits, such as the satisfaction of contributing to renewable energy development, supporting farm animals' well-being, and promoting sustainable practices.

CARBON CREDITS

Carbon credits are tradable certificates or permits that set a maximum limit on carbon emissions for industries, companies, or countries. 

 

Under a cap-and-trade program, if an entity exceeds the allotted amount, they can purchase additional credits if emissions are below they can sell unused credits to other entities.

TYPES of TOKENS

RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATES

Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), are proof that energy has been generated from renewable sources like solar or wind. 
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