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What is Decentralized BITLIVE (BLC) Token?

Decentralized BITLIVE is a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) platform built on top of Binance SmartChain for future funding.It accelerates the growth of start-up companies by offering tools and services that save both time and resources.

BITLIVE is designed to be used in the payment of Metaverse gaming tools like dresses, equipment, weapons, spacecraft, NFT, charging stations, solar city, solar village, restaurant and retail marketing bills, electric cab bills which due to this a lot of work should be done at any time and in any corner of the world. And products that promote green energy can be promoted in the global market.

Our Misson

To force the non-conventional energy in the whole world and electric car, electric bike, solar city, solar village etc. To save the world from global warming by working pollution all over the world. And to create a green and clean environment on the earth for the coming generation.

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Total Supply : 1,000,000

Symbol : BLC

Type : BEP 20

Smart Contracts : 0x64e3d86998758cdc6b1f316583e3e13fef9dc4d8

Global Warming

Global warming is called the excess heat present in the Earth's atmosphere, due to which the global temperature increases. Global warming is considered to be the main cause of climate change. Due to which the sea level is rising, communities are being destroyed, as well as the weather conditions are getting worse. Scientists say that if we do not stop global warming from increasing, then we may have to face the following consequences :-

  • Disappearance of glaciers, early snowfall, and severe drought will lead to further water scarcity and increased risk of wildfires in the American West.
  • Rising sea levels will cause even more coastal flooding on the Eastern Seaboard, particularly in Florida, and in other areas such as the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Forests, farms and cities will face new troublesome pests, heat waves, heavy rains and floods. All of these can damage or destroy agriculture and fisheries.
  • Disruption of habitats such as coral reefs and alpine meadows can drive many plant and animal species to extinction.
  • Allergy, Skin cancer, Asthma and infectious disease outbreaks will become more common due to the growth of pollen-producing ragweed, higher levels of air pollution, and the spread of pathogens and mosquito-friendly conditions.

What Is Climate Change?

Climate change refers to long-term changes in temperature and weather patterns. These changes can be natural, such as through changes in the solar cycle. But since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, mainly due to the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas. Burning fossil fuels releases greenhouse gas that acts like a blanket wrapped around the earth, blocking the sun's heat and raising the temperature. Examples of greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change include carbon dioxide and methane. For example, these come from using gasoline to drive a car or coal to heat a building. Carbon dioxide is released by forest fires.

Greenhouse gas concentrations are at their highest levels in 2 million years and emissions continue to rise. As a result, the Earth is now about 1.1 °C warmer than it was in the late 1800s. The previous decade (2011-2020) was the warmest on record. Many people think that climate change mainly means warmer temperatures. But the temperature rise is only the beginning of the story. Because the Earth is a system where everything is connected, changes in one area can affect changes in all others.

Global Warming Cases Increase

In a series of UN reports, thousands of scientists and government reviewers agreed that limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 °C would help us avoid the worst climate impacts and maintain a habitable climate. Yet based on current national climate plans, global warming is projected to reach about 3.2 °C by the end of the century.

Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) and other air pollutants accumulate in the atmosphere and absorb sunlight and solar radiation that bounce off the Earth's surface and return. Normally this radiation escapes into space, but these pollutants, which can remain in the atmosphere for years to centuries, trap heat and warm the planet. These heat-trapping pollutants—particularly carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, water vapor, and synthetic fluorinated gases—are known as greenhouse gases, and their effect is called the greenhouse effect.

Although Earth's climate has changed several times over the past 800,000 years due to natural cycles and fluctuations, our current era of global warming is directly attributable to human activity – particularly coal, oil, gasoline, and natural gas. Burning gas has a greenhouse effect. In the United States, the largest source of greenhouse gases is transportation (29 percent), followed by electricity generation (28 percent) and industrial activity (22 percent).

Preventing dangerous climate change requires very deep reductions in emissions, as well as the use of alternatives to fossil fuels around the world. The good news is that countries around the world—as part of the 2015 Paris climate agreement—have formally committed – by setting new standards and creating new policies to meet or exceed those standards – to reduce their emissions. To reduce. But we are not acting fast enough. To avoid the worst effects of climate change, scientists tell us we need to reduce global carbon emissions by 40 percent by 2030. For this to happen, the global community must take immediate, concrete steps to: transition from fossil fuel-based generation to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar to equitably reduce electricity generation; To electrify our cars and trucks; and to maximize energy efficiency in our buildings, equipment and industries.

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DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization)

A DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) is a reliable and practical way to interact with like-minded individuals globally. It is an online business that is owned and operated by a group of people. It has built-in finances that can be accessed by only the authorized members of the group. The decisions in a DAO are taken through proposals and voting to ascertain that each individual in the organization can keep their point.

With DAO development, organizations can have a system that is free from the ownership or control of any CEO. Since it is completely decentralized and everything is open, the chances of forgery do not exist.

It is an entity that is automated with computer codes and is open to everyone. Smart contracts are autonomous in the sense that they enable the bulk of operations to be carried out without the need for human intervention. A DAO is developed by a group that handles its finances and initiatives jointly.

The DAOs are distinct on their own, yet they all share the same basic ideas. The voting power of anybody who owns a DAO governance token is equivalent to the tokens they acquire. The holders are also eligible to make suggestions for modifications to the DAO’s operations.

Why have I created a DAO?

DAOs provide several major advantages to crypto companies. The model’s dependence on smart contracts is its most notable aspect. DAOs become less dependent on human involvement as a result of on-chain bits of code. For example, the findings of a proposal may be broadcast on-chain, instantly enacting the desired change. A fresh proposal cannot be thwarted, and no one can influence votes and cannot be influenced in any way.

DAOs are effective tools for organizing communities, especially when they are mainly anonymous. Also, there is no accountability for one’s true identity often, which means you should count on individuals with whom you are unfamiliar. The DAO enables individuals to efficiently organize themselves via the use of technology that maintains integrity. It is also less challenging than founding a traditional company or firm because many projects include international teams. Ultimately, DAO development is generally a low-cost solution for organizing individuals.

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