Hong Kong tech startup plans up to $150 million token sale for environmental credit market

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Veridium Labs, an environmental technology startup headquartered in Hong Kong, said on Monday it hopes to raise $150 million in October by selling two types of tokens backed by forest carbon offset credits and other credits used to …
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