It keeps going up and up, with a bunch of new nonsense fees thrown on top every few years.
What s worse is that many parts of the world still rely on dirty fossil fuels to produce this energy.
By now we have all heard about the potential of solar and other renewables to shake up the energy market, but you might not know that blockchain technology also has its place in the mix.Several startups are developing projects that integrate blockchain and solar energy.
It originally used a proof-of-work system for verification but has since switched over to a proof-of-stake-time system because it is more environmentally friendly.
Anyone can mine the coins, from individuals to solar farms.
For every 1 MWh of electricity generated and verified by a third party , the producer recieves one SolarCoin.