Holder Reward: HVI Token
MORE THAN A COIN
HAPPY PANDA Handels GmbH.
VAT Number: ATU77669836
Address: A-1010 Wien,
Opernring 1/R 745-747
The team consists of cryptography experts, developers, business specialists and advisors. The experienced team behind LGC have worked in companies and projects like: Hungarian Vizsla Inu, VizslaSwap, Lamea, Neckermann CryptoChip, BabyVizsla.
Head Digital Manager
Metaverse and NFT Coordinator
Dr. Attila Jány
Happy Panda Handels GmbH is an Austrian telecommunications company with a Hungarian owner.
The company is newly founded, but has also provided outstanding performance on the Western European markets in the past year. The company deals with the trade of telecommunications equipment as well as the sale of solar panels. Happy Panda Handels GmbH has several subsidiaries around the world, including Romania, Turkey and Tanzania.
The head of the company considers it extremely important to give back to nature and the community. The topic of using the blockchain network first arose when the coin phone webshop was created. We want to make the planet greener, healthier and livable in the long term with the huge potential of crypto currency.
However, protecting the environment is a difficult project, so we definitely consider it necessary to build a crypto- and environment-friendly community and create a related social network.
The way that proof of stake works is that blockchains will have a system of validators who stake their own crypto to earn a chance to validate new transactions, update the blockchain, and earn a reward for either making updates or double-checking others’ updates. Validators put money down upfront and can lose money through a process called slashing if they validate bad transactions or go offline while validating. The network will choose a validator to update the blockchain according to how much crypto they’ve staked and how long they’ve had it staked for, rewarding people who are most invested. After a validator has updated the blockchain, other validators can double-check the block of transactions that they’ve posted. Once a block receives a certain number of approvals from other validators, the network will accept the update. The energyconsumption between the two consensus mechanisms is notable. It has been reported that using the proof of stake consensus mechanism uses 99% less energy than the proof of work mechanism.
Additionally, the hardware required is less specialised and more equivalent to an average laptop, which allows the network to scale and should reduce the amount of electronic waste that is generated.
Similar to mining, chosen validators receive an amount of newly minted tokens as a reward for their participation. One of the biggest benefits to this system over crypto mining is the hardware requirements are significantly lower, meaning more people can become validators. This, in turn, increases a project’s decentralization and further improves the network’s security. It also has the added benefit of reducing the amount of energy required to power the network.
Cryptocurrency burning is the process in which users can remove tokens (also called coins) from circulation, which reduces the number of coins in use. The tokens are sent to a wallet address that cannot be used for transactions other than receiving the coins. The wallet is outside the network, and the tokens can no longer be used.
Some coins use proof-of-burn (PoB) as a consensus mechanism on the network. This requires both miners and users to burn some of their coins on a regular basis. Proponents of this method consider it an efficient way of verifying transactions because it does not use any real-world resources.
The basic economic law of supply and demand dictates that if the supply of something decreases, then the price will have to rise, assuming demand remains constant. This is part of the reason that Satoshi Nakamoto (the pseudonym used by the person or people who created Bitcoin) programmed the Bitcoin protocol to “halve” every four years, which reduces the block reward for miners by 50%. Thus, fewer bitcoins enter circulation.The destruction of coins can serve a similar purpose. Burning coins reduces the supply.
The owners of a crypto project sometimes burn coins on their network as a show of commitment toward scarcity. Maintaining a certain degree of scarcity his through a burn mechanism, providing periodic burn schedules, or as a one-off event. Some investors view this strategy as a way to keep a coin’s value growing, and thus it may help investors feel more confident about staying invested over the long term.
We want to make a real difference in fighting Climate Change. We see so much focus and conversation around sea levels and temperatures rising, but a much less covered topic is our naturalinfrastructure. Our unsustainable practices continue to deteriorate ecosystems worldwide, and we want to do something about it.
LiveGreen aims to focus on restoration and conservation practices, to both educate and communicate the importance of ecology in climate change. For example, our current farming practices are degrading our soils, which are not only key to our survival as a society surviving on agriculture but have the potential to draw down additional CO2 from the atmosphere.
We also need the wider public to better understand the importance of biodiversity and its role in a stable climate. We are applying a financial incentive structure to restoring and protecting the environment. LGC harnesses the power of Blockchain and its community to help reverse the impacts of climate change
As our planet is in danger, we are becoming endangered species too, but not only deforestation and rising sea levels are fearful, there is a really 2000’s problem, false information targeting us all the time. Nowadays, everybody is familiar with the fake news, but how can we decide if something is fake or real? You can even read that climate change is a hoax, while looking around us is more than enough to know that this is fake news, no matter where you live. Unfortunately, fake news is not so easy to detect. This is exactly why we are creating a new social network, where information and advertisements are carefully overviewed all the time, keeping you safe
At LiveGreen, we believe a key element of creating a more environmentally aware, sustainable society is through sensitizing local-scale communities and reconnecting them with nature and its ecosystems. We would like to give the opportunity to every holder to take part in our non-profit grant program. Think about small things you can do to the planet. Do you want to organize a tree planting weekend? We are here to help. Do you want to plant a biome to save the bees? We are also interested in this. The only thing you have to do is become our holder and apply for our funds.
These funds are between 0-1000 euros. Out of all the applications, in every round, there will be 3 projects announced to be winners.
These funds are between 1001-2500 euros. Out of all the applications, in every round, there will be 2 projects announced to be winners
These funds are between 2501-4000 euros. Out of all the applications, in every round, there will be 1 project announced to be winner.
These funds are between 4001-5000 euros. Out of all the applications, in every round, there will be 1 project announced to be winner.
LiveGreen wants to make the job of the applicants easy, that is why we decided we wanted you to send in videos of the project you are passionate about and want our financial help in.
The application process starts with the applicant’s video. The video should be at minimum 3 minutes and maximum 15 minutes long. In the video the applicant should introduce the project, the way they want to use the grant and how it would benefit the future of the Earth. After the video is ready to be sent in, the applicant should write a motivational letter, writing about the project in details, also a budget should be attached.
These grants are may not always be available, so it’s recommended to check our website often.