Proof of Impact
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Proof of Impact

Proof Of Impact White Paper

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The Proof of Impact White Paper (legacy)

Impact is by and large invisible:

Those who want to fund it do not know if their money is put to work to achieve the impact they seek.

Those implementing impact have very few means of showing the progress towards the impact they achieved.

There is an opportunity to create a direct link between an impact event and its funding. We propose to do this by building a global marketplace for impact capital. We argue that this is the best way to connect impact outcomes to funding.

By combining emerging technology with transparency and financial engineering, we anticipate that impact can eventually transition from an impact lens to a tradable asset class thus improving both the amount and efficiency of investing in impact.

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