DeepMarkit Corp. is a publicly traded company.
Its shares trade in Canada (TSX Venture Exchange: MKT)
and the U.S. 

Market Capitalization (April 11, 2022): $34m CAD, $27m USD.

  • The Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance, a consortium of asset managers representing over $6 trillion USD, called for an immediate increase in the quality of carbon credits, which would lead to higher prices. “In essence, this means formalizing the use of carbon credits as a market proxy for a global carbon tax,” the alliance said.

  • Over the past 6 years, decarbonization has moved from a fringe idea to what may become the most highly sought-after investment theme since the late 90s tech boom.

Carbon Credits Are An Emerging Asset Class Backed By Government, Hedge Funds & Banks Managing Trillions of Dollars.

Increased pressure on corporations to implement Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) policies has resulted in rapidly growing demand for carbon offset markets. Due to these changes, the total value of global carbon market trading grew five times since 2017, hitting a record $261 billion in 2020 (compliance & voluntary markets combined.)

"Investors Managing $6.6 Trillion Call for Funding Carbon Removal"

"Carbon offset market may need to grow fiftyfold to meet 2050 net-zero emissions goals "

"ESG investing to reach $1 trillion by 2030, says head of iShares Americas as carbon transition funds launch."

Global carbon markets value surged to record $851 billion (U.S.) last year - Refinitiv



Voluntary carbon credits are underpinned by an antiquated "over-the-counter" system that prevents the industry from achieving scale.


There is currently no large secondary market in which participants can buy, sell or trade carbon credits in a highly liquid and secure way.


A new level of transparency, standardization and accountability in the carbon credit markets would provide confidence and unlock growth.


While carbon credits are broadly available, trading is highly inaccessible, fragmented, opaque and inefficient. These issues hamper both supply and demand in the market.


Voluntary carbon credits are quickly becoming an inevitable part of everyday life; estimates show that demand could increase 15x by 2030 to $50 billion.* 

Unlocking access and liquidity to this rapidly growing asset class will drive innovation and funding toward the green economy.

* Task Force on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets


DeepMarkit (TSX Venture Exchange: MKT) (OTC: MKTDF) is transforming the way investors and project developers access the billion dollar voluntary carbon credit market. 

Its proprietary platform,, is powered by the Polygon network and enables offset holders to mint their credits into NFTs, which can be listed for trading on decentralized exchanges (such as globally.

A unique revenue-sharing model gives DeepMarkit investors exposure to a rapidly growing asset class.

We are making it easy for anyone to access carbon credits via the Polygon powered blockchain.

DeepMarkit (TSX Venture Exchange: MKT(OTC: MKTDF) proprietary, easy-to-use MintCarbon platform provides an on ramp into blockchain marketplaces for existing carbon credits issuers, unlocking access to a broader pool of investors and purchasers to better monetize the full value of their carbon credits.



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