Graystone Company has announced that they will plant 1,000 trees through their partnership with the National Forest Foundation, a congressionally chartered organization that works directly with the USDA Forest Service.
Graystone is committed to environmental sustainability and a clean energy approach to BTC. The simple act of planting trees will sequester carbon to help mitigate climate change, storing millions of metric tons of carbon each year. Thus far the Company has planted 2,100 trees, thereby removing over 4.5 tons of air pollutants annually, one tree for each terrahash that is mining and operational.
In addition to planting trees, the Company has decided to source co-location that generates its power from a nuclear power plant, allowing equipment to be powered by a zero-emission clean energy source.
The company is excited about the future of Bitcoin but feel it is necessary to be responsible and mindful of its environmental impact. With that in mind, the company will continue to assist in planting one tree for each terrahash that they acquire, paving their way to the great goal of planting at least one million trees per year as part of an overall commitment to being a net-zero climate impact bitcoin mining operation.