About the Air Carbon Exchange
Commodities traders need access to a genuine trading platform with public, transparent pricing and the ability to hedge and create derivatives. In exchange, they generate liquidity which allows carbon offset producers and carbon emitters to more efficiently manage their carbon needs and assets.
Singapore is the business and banking hub of Asia and as an island nation, it has a deep interest climate change. With over 65 million passengers in 2018, Singapore’s Changi Airport is one of the busiest in the world and the Singapore government has a long track record of incubating and supporting cutting edge technologies from advanced manufacturing to FinTech, blockchain, big data, AI. As the Asian nexus of shipping, transportation, finance, and technology, Singapore is the natural place to locate a critical global commodity exchange.
AirCarbon is regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore () which provides market participants the comfort of transparency and a regulatory framework trusted by companies, governments, and individuals from all over the world.