This page provides the social media assets we’d like you to use when promoting Swytch.
Here’s a tweet we wrote just for you that hopefully captures your unique voice and point of view:
Setting up a reliable data feed that pulls directly from IoT edge devices is what will set Swytch apart as a project with a grand vision to speed up the adoption of renewable energy. https://swytch.io/ @swytchio #renewableenergy #climateaction
Facebook, Linkedin, Medium
Here’s a (somewhat) longer post you can use on these channels:
I know a lot of you share my concern for the environment. I'm contributing my expertise to Swytch, a blockchain project that's creating new incentives to drive the growth of renewable clean energy.
The centralized, government-driven approach to driving adoption of renewables has not worked. The system of incentives in place today is based on legacy ideas, technologies and mechanisms that are inherently flawed. Commercial producers and corporate buyers are frustrated with current incentive programs rife with unverified data and high administrative costs. And - as an individual - if you want to accelerate adoption of renewable energy - it's difficult to figure out how to take action.
You may have read about the large amount of energy that is consumed as a direct result of bitcoin mining. Swytch's technology is based on minting not mining, using something called a Proof-of-Production algorithm when awarding tokens. By participating in the Swytch economy, you can incent producers to shift from carbon fuels to renewable energy. We envision a world where individuals and nonprofits buy Swytch tokens and make them available to a village in Africa - say - to fund the development of community-based solar.
Please join me in checking out Swytch.io on the web; to participate in the economy, please go to Telegram at https://t.me/Swytch to learn how.
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Thomas, thanks for your help in getting the word out about Swytch! Together, we can help accelerate the move to 100% renewable energy.