I have checked out the website of VenusEnergy and saw that with 24 days left before the end of the ICO, they are barely scrambling to meet the softcap. Pity that a startup with such a bright idea won't get the funding it needs to really scale up their operations. Not sure what they did wrong, perhaps it was the lack of effort on the part of marketing, or maybe it is the fact that the integration of renewable solutions in the mining industry has been a growing trend of this year, and VenusEnergy just can't keep up with the competition. In any case, I wish them good luck in hitting that softcap.
Nate August 5, 2019 Reply
Like many ordinary people, I was ignorant of the immense harm that the process of acquiring electricity from fossil fuels is causing to our environment. I was convinced that the environmentalists are just spreading panic among people in order to get more money through various government programs. That was before I saw what happened to my native town that has a large electricity-producing plant. In just 15 years into has literally turned into a wasteland simply because the management found some loophole that allowed to disregard the CO2 emission levels. So, from now on, I am a big ‘for-green-energy’ guy, and I am in full support of VenusEnergy because this is an investment in the future.
Jonathan July 18, 2019 Reply
Only absolutely ignorant people don’t recognize that ‘green’ is the only way in which the world in general, and the mining industry in particular, should develop. Otherwise, we’ll suffer the same fate as dinosaurs sooner rather than later - mankind will extinct. Therefore, I would like to express my unconditional support to VenusEnergy, underpinned by the purchase of a substantial amount of VENUS. Frankly speaking, I don’t know how this project will turn out, but I must support the green revolution by any means possible.
Harley June 30, 2019 Reply
Someone should tell the guys from VenusEnergy that they are about five years late with their concept of mining based on renewables. They ought to know that only 25% of the electricity used for mining is drawn from fossil fuels and such, while the rest gets produced from renewables. In fact, the main concern about mining is not how much electricity it consumes, and the sources of that power, but the level of CO2 emissions that occur in the process. That’s the real issue which should be addressed. Although making mining 100% green would also be nice, that is for sure.
Sebastian June 18, 2019 Reply
As mentioned, many have recognized the importance of the project, and they appreciate the idea. It is clearly trying to make a difference in an area that needs it, desperately. The team seems decent enough, although many believe that it is the project's weakest link. The vision itself is quite solid, however, and it is gathering more and more support as more people discover it.
Alex June 17, 2019 Reply
Further, the project's white paper is quite detailed - sometimes even too detailed - and the fact that it is an IEO reduces the risks of the project being a scam. All in all, it is an interesting project with a noble goal, and as such, it deserves the support it is receiving.
Keira June 3, 2019 Reply
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