The world’s largest brewer introduces its patent for brewing beer just below boiling temperature to reduce water consumption and CO2 waste.
Posts Categorized: Sharing Economy & Peer-to-Peer
Cutting out the exploitative middleman was the goal for this new agritech startup that is revolutionizing farming for Ghana’s smallholders.
A startup is bringing the latest gadgets to the masses with a sharing platform that connect owners with renters.
A German-led campaign to resist press censorship pairs original articles to music and makes the songs freely available on streaming platforms.
A peer-to-peer platform converts bitcoin into US dollars and uploads them onto a prepaid device that can be used for contactless payments.
A set of scales allows passersby to use their monetary donations to vote on the current issue being offered for debate by a homeless person.
A new motorcycle sharing service allows users to rent bikes from strangers across the US.
A new app aims to create an environment where people with opposing views can have more respectful debates and discussions
A Peer-to-Peer publishing platform allows artists to interact directly with consumers and retain more money from the sale of their work.
A power plant in Sweden is converting to burning trash – including unusable clothing from retailer H&M.
An interactive platform rewards its members with a unique cryptocurrency for honest representation.
Canadian startup uses blockchain technology to allow individuals to earn, spend and trade personal carbon offsets.
UK-based startup launches a peer-to-peer marketplace to help customers find a space of their own for just a few hours.
New font turns data sets into images, allowing writers to enrich their texts without the need for code.
Researchers in Mexico seek funding for an award-winning biodegradable ‘carpet’ that uses human waste to rejuvenate infertile soil in and around refugee camps.
An online platform offers Ghanaians the opportunity for greater access to government data.
Globechain is a reuse platform that donates to charities and potentially saves businesses big sums of money.
New clothing lender Boro allows customers to rent designer fashion and help save waste and expense.
UK-based startup hopes its app will help the younger generation earn money and share their skills to help others.
A Belgium-based selling platform has been getting considerable attention for its newly released tool enabling easier product placement within instant messaging.
The Japanese fishing organisation is offering a free service in which working fishermen will call users early in the morning to help wake them up and start their day.
German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.