Could Carbon Markets be approaching a Trillion-Dollar Valuation?

One of the most highly sought-after investment themes since the tech boom in the late 90s might be a sector to which very few people are currently paying attention. It’s an asset class that has grown to nearly a trillion-dollar valuation in the past five years (according to Refinitiv) and until now has mainly been limited to institutional involvement. (2)

DeepMarkit Corp. (OTC: MKTDF, TSX-V: MKT) has found a way to provide easy access to the retail community, as well as to prominent players that have, until now, had a difficult time accessing these markets. We are referring to the carbon credit sector. Driven by the “Net Zero by 2050” (5) decarbonization movement, the sector is flourishing, and its markets are growing and expanding quickly.

DeepMarkit Corp. is working to do to carbon offset and renewable energy markets what the Internet did to stock trading 30 years ago: bring them online and make them accessible to anybody with a Wi-Fi connection. In a move to add even more value to the company, on April 20, 2022, DeepMarkit announced a strategic initiative to explore the minting of Renewable Energy Credits – a market whose value surpassed $12 billion last year and is projected to reach $100 billion by 2030. (1)

In addition, there is a potentially lucrative royalty model built into the company’s soon-to-launch platform. Read on to learn how all of this works together to create what could be a significant early-stage opportunity for DeepMarkit and its shareholders. DeepMarkit’s platform,, is being planned to launch imminently. (6)

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U.S. stocks were sharply higher today as the market tried to bounce from a punishing bear market for the tech-heavy Nasdaq and a sharp pullback for the S&P 500. Some of the notable active stocks for today include Applied UV Inc (NASDAQ: AUVI), Moving Image Technologies Inc (NYSEAMERICAN: MITQ), Home Depot Inc (NYSE: HD) and Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C).

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Source: 6: – under MintCarbon section *Anticipated to launch Q2-2022)