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BitG: suffers Massive 17.76% nosedive

Data in the last 24 hours, BitGreen is down 17.76%s. BitG Halving this week, plus exclusive : meeting with flourishing recycling company.


BitGreen is a cryptocurrency that Users are able to generate through the process of mining. Based on the data taken in the last 24 hours it has a supply of 11,359,840. The last known price of this coin is 0.241431 USD and is down 27.76% on Monday the 3rd August 2020.

The BitGreen Halving

Today BitGreen took a huge hit and could very well sink further with large orders on the books to sell. Possibly due to the announcement of the Halving that is to occur at Block 175,000 on the 6th August! Normally good news for owners of a coin as it usually results in buy orders and a rise in the price.

However, news that the BitGreen rewards will drop from 10 to 5 has seen many large investors dumping the coin.

Saving the Planet

Users of the BitGreen app are encouraged to support ecologically aware businesses and causes fixed on safeguarding the planet, the ‘Impact’ partners. The Impact partners can be located within the neighbourhood by using the BitGreen app. Rewards of BitG are given for supporting environmentally friendly businesses and causes. All of the causes and charities taking part have been thoroughly checked and accept BitG donations

The Plastic Predicament


Asia is waking up to plastic pollution

The world is aware of the ever-increasing mountains of plastic waste and has resolved to replace plastics with other materials. Asian innovation is coming up with novel ideas to solve the problem. In Indonesia, a company called Evoware makes cups and containers and packages them in their biodegradable seaweed packaging to reduce the impact on the environment.

Established plastic mounds still exist, particularly in countries that are growing in population and industry.

However, Asia is facing up to the crisis. In India, over 34,000 km of roads have been built from shredded plastic waste. In the Philippines, a waste recycling company collects plastic waste to convert into furniture and flooring and a company has discovered a way to make interlocking bricks for construction using plastic.

Innovation seems to be the key to dealing with plastic pollution in Asia. Numerous small enterprises are launched every year, Green Antz was one such company furthermore it has grown exponentially over recent years.

Exclusive News

Green Antz

Recycling is vital to the Philippians and Green Antz Inc. one of the fastest-growing recycling companies continues to expand its influence in the Pacific. The president and CEO of Green Antz, the pioneering Engineer, Rommel Benig, recently received an award for construction innovation from the Asia Pacific Housing Forum in Thailand in September.

Rommel Benig

At BNA, we have recently learnt that the recycling company Green Antz Inc., who make eco-bricks at several locations around the Philippians are interested in changing their current scheme to BitGreen.

This week Breen Antz and BitGreen will be entering the Technical Due Diligence stage of negotiations before completing the process. This transaction will be a significant achievement for BitGreen and produce a meaningful connection with one of the fastest expanding industries in Asia.


The price of this coin has plummeted, which may initially look bad for investors, however, there has never been a better time to invest in an eco-friendly future.


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