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During processing, excess heat generated from crypto mining will be re-used in the production process.

Aquaris Brings Blockchain to the Aquatic Industries

  (ESTONIA, 3/22/2022)

Aquaris is on a mission to utilize the power of blockchain and renewable energy technology to align incentives towards preserving the oceans and other water resources. This technological revolution aims to help meet demand and overcome supply crisis.

Aquaris does this through overseeing the distribution of pooled funds to seafood, water-related start-ups, and existing ventures. The contribution strategy helps connect key stakeholders in the seafood and aquatic ecosystem.

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Aquaris merges fish processing and production with blockchain technology to simplify operations and increase profitability.

The energy crisis is constantly adjusting throughout the world. Natural gas prices are breaking historical records, and solar-powered enterprises are well sought after. Production modernization with a focus on environmental friendliness is one of the major trends in today's world.

Aquaris will create almost 100 jobs at the initial stage of the facility, not counting the staff that will deal with the solar panels, mining equipment, and logistics for product shipping. These are just the first steps with business modernization. Every next project on the Aquaris platform will create new employment opportunities , with tokenization and optimization benefiting everyone. Aquaris builds its own stable and profitable ecosystem. 

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Aquaris combines modern technologies to bring the fish processing industry into the 21st century.

AQS token makes participation in business a lot easier by assisting the risk-averse private investors interested in portfolio diversification to build trust in a usually uncertain environment. The first production on the Aquaris platform has already signed draft multi-year contracts in Norway, the Baltics and Africa. Upon gaining a portfolio of successfully modernized and tokenized enterprises, Aquaris will start implementing projects in Asia and Africa (the most significant global market for cryptocurrencies).

Aquaris encourages partners and early private backers to participate in the Aquaris NFT sale that will take place on the well-known and reputable marketplace OpenSea on the 24th of March 2022. Investors owning NFTs will benefit from native token private sale prices and higher yields while stacking AQS. News about that will announce on Aquaris website and social media pages.

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Aquaris token is at first based on the growth of its established fish manufacturing business, and later gaining value as it modernises water-themed verticals.

About Aquaris

Aquaris is a business-backed token that integrates blockchain into profit-earning businesses in the fish product industry.

Aquaris has developed a proprietary fishery model designed to have as little impact on nature as possible. The company has examined modern waste minimization strategies, as well as the implementation strategies, so as to bring fish processing into the 21st century.

For instance, in order to dry the fish, Aquaris will use the excess heat from a state of the art crypto mining facility. By directly integrating crypto into its operations, Aquaris can dampen concerns around environmental degradation due to current methods of fish processing. 
 
A fish processing plant partly powered by cryptocurrency miner is merely one of Aquaris’ unique solutions. The company has prioritized this business due to its local nature and the short period of time it will take for this venture to get off the ground.
 
By powering its facility with solar panels, Aquaris has drastically reduced the cost of mining. Getting rid of the hefty electric bill which usually undermines mining operations allows to increase profit. 
 
Once you have paid for the solar panel system itself, the cost of mining is virtually free. Getting rid of a hefty electric bill which typically weighs down mining operations leaves more room for profit.
 
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