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dynaCERT Embarking on Tokenization of Carbon Credit Market

James O'Rourke
0 Comments|March 4, 2019

A first-generation end-to-end carbon credit marketplace tokenization system appears now under development leveraging dynaCERT’s unique patented and proven technology. Newly appointed FinTech pioneer to dynaCERT’s Advisory Board stated, “Digitizing the complete process, from the tokenization of carbon credits to their trading on the existing openly regulated currency exchanges is not only an immense potential for dynaCERT but is a massive opportunity with multi-government tailwinds already predisposed to the success of the project.
 
  • dynaCERT's HG Carbon Emission Reduction Technology is the recipient Gold Medal winner of the prestigious 2018 Edison award for Best New Product.
  • The HG’s smart-ECU (the brains of the unit) interfaces the trucks engine to determine the proper flow rate of gases to optimize the burn, it also records the fuel savings and emission reductions while in operation, providing an audit trail, essentially a greenhouse gas tracking system with the ability to account for future carbon credits.
  • A tokenization system applied to carbon credits would involve the process of converting and substituting sensitive data elements into a fungible and tradable token asset on a blockchain.
  • High-level validation testing of HG technology in Germany yielded proven emission reductions in NOx of 88%, CO of 50% and particulate matter of 75%, all while saving up to 20% on fuel costs.
  
dynaCERT Inc. (TSX-V: DYA) (OTC: DYFSF) (Frankfurt: DMJ) appointment of FinTech Pioneer Brian Semkiw to its Advisory Board this March-2019 positions the Company as an ideal way for investors to gain exposure to the future monetization/digital tokenization of the coming carbon credit marketplace economy. dynaCERT has assembled proven technological elements and expertise that make it a clear leader in emission and fuel reduction for diesel engines, putting a major target on its back for potential acquisition or spin-off that will dramatically propel the value of its stock price.
 
dynaCERT’s technology appears to be developing into two separate branches ;
1) HydroGENTM (HG)  Technology (controlled by its proprietary Smart-ECU), and
2) Carbon Credit Tokenization, Smart-ECU Driven Audit and Exchange Tech.
 
1) HydroGENTM (HG)  technology controlled by its proprietary Smart-ECU:
The Company’s traditional HG  technology is what currently in production and gaining traction.  dynaCERT’s HG technology was the recipient Gold Medal winner of the prestigious 2018 Edison Award for Best New Product. The ‘CERT’ in dynaCERT stands for Carbon Emission Reduction Technology and it is proving very effective; TUV testing of dynaCERT’s HG technology in Germany yielded proven emission reductions in NOx of 88%, CO of 50% and particulate matter of 75%, all while saving up to 20% on fuel costs, results which are unmatched by any other current technology. NOx is extremely hazardous to people's health and to the environment, contributing to the formation of smog and acid rain, as well as deteriorating the earth's protective tropospheric ozone.
 
dynaCERT’s Smart-ECU (the brains of the unit) interfaces the trucks engine to determine the proper flow rate of gases to optimize the burn. The Smart-ECU was incepted by dynaCERT’s Advisory Board member David Bridge, one of the original developers from Virgin Mobile, and also formerly of Research in Motion (known for the Blackberry).
 
2) Carbon Credit Tokenization, Smart-ECU Driven Audit and Exchange Tech. The smart-ECU also records the fuel savings and emission reductions while in operation, providing an audit trail, essentially a greenhouse gas tracking system with the ability to account for future carbon credits. With the ability to verify and log emission savings, dynaCERT is currently working with a group in the UK, experts on carbon credits and is in the process of having the technology certified for carbon credits. The plan is for dynaCERT’s Smart-ECU to monitor and eventually monetize carbon credits. dynaCERT has several related worldwide patents.
  
FinTech pioneer with multiple past successes involving breakthrough achievements has a clear vision for dynaCERT, leveraging its unique patented and proven technology to create a complete end-to-end carbon credit marketplace tokenization system: dynaCERT’s latest Advisory Board appointee, Brian Semkiw, is founder of Rand Worldwide, a CAD/CAM/CAE/PLM software/service provider to the engineering and manufacturing marketplace serving flagship customers such as John Deere, Nortel and Chrysler. Semkiw also  co-founded one of the most innovative Fintech companies in the world, Carta Worldwide. Carta had numerous break-through achievements in the payments processing marketplace with such customers as MasterCard, Vodafone, TransferWise and ApplePay. Most recently, Brian and Rui Mendes co-founded 3rdGP, the world’s first third generation processing payments company with emphasis on Blockchain and IOT payments processing solutions.
 
Mr. Semkiw has a clear vision of the potential stating, “What has drawn me to dynaCERT is the opportunity to merge two distinct disciplines, Engineering/Manufacturing and Payments Processing. dynaCERT has engineered an excellent product that has numerous benefits for its customers, but most significantly, is the impressive reduction of toxic greenhouse gases (GHG). I see my job as helping the company to monetize those reductions with Fintech innovation not present in the world today. Digitizing the complete process, from the tokenization of carbon credits to their trading on the existing openly regulated currency exchanges is not only an immense potential for dynaCERT but is a massive opportunity with multi-government tailwinds already predisposed to the success of the project. This is a very exciting time for dynaCERT and I am very pleased to be part of the team.
 
A tokenization system applied to carbon credits would involve the process of converting and substituting sensitive data elements into a fungible and tradable token asset on a blockchain. The tokens would have intrinsic assigned carbon credit value that can be bought or sold, essentially a crypto-token/virtual currency token secured and validated using security best practices applicable to sensitive data protection, secure storage, audit, authentication and authorization (something dynaCERTs Smart-ECU already does, in-part, in a highly quantifiable manner traced directly to emission savings on individual HG units in the field). A tokenization system would provide data processing applications with the authority and interfaces to request tokens. This could potentially also lead to a scenario whereby third-parties could contract with purchasers of HG units to cover capital costs of installation in exchange for a stream of future tokens generated from the unit, and be an additional incentivizing meaningful revenue stream for owners of HG units (in addition to the up to 20% fuel-saving they would benefit from).
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dynaCERT’s core business is gaining momentum and numerous catalysts are on the horizon: The company's HG1 units for diesel trucks are receiving rave reviews and momentum/sales are building. Official European ABE (ABE is a German acronym for ‘official notice of approval’) certification licensing for dynaCERT’s HG technology is expected to occur imminently. ABE will allow the HG technology to be sold into Europe, where dynaCERT has already primed the markets. In the future dynaCERT is looking at expanding HG technology to shipping and rail, plus its product is scalable. Additionally, dynaCERT has developed a smaller HG unit (the HG2) for refrigerated trailers and containers (a.k.a. refers). The HG2 is something dynaCERT was requested to develop by a major grocer in Canada. dynaCERT is expected to launch the HG2 just after the first quarter of this year, and the size of the refer unit market in North America is three times larger than the transportation truck market.
 
dynaCERT is also currently executing on several initial orders with various governments and businesses which should translate into exponential growth. Recent news such as the January 16, 2019 news of the Company achieving a milestone from the Government of India involving sizable initial orders from two of twenty nine government states, the December 20, 2018 decision by the government of Austria to proceed with a plan to equip all state-owned diesel-powered vehicles with HydraGENTM Technology, and the launching of HG technology for the mining industry with orders to service extra-large industrial equipment are examples of demand for the pragmatic greenhouse gas emission reduction solution dynaCERT offers.
 
The following URLs have been identified for further DD on dynaCERT:
 
- Corporate website: https://www.dynacert.com
   
- SEDAR:
https://sedar.com/DisplayProfile.do?lang=EN&issuerType=03&issuerNo=00020269
    
- Mid-February 2019 interview with dynaCERT Inc. CEO:
https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20190205.mp3
(the interview of dynaCERT's CEO begins at the with ~17:30 min. mark of the above mp3)
   
- Recent Technology Journal Review: https://technologymarketwatch.com/dya.htm
 
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James O’Rourke
James is a freelance information services professional. He monitors and invests in the resource, technology, consumer staples, healthcare, agriculture, financial, energy, utilities, and biotechnology/pharmaceutical sectors.
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