Wood International Blockchain Exchange

Connect

A platform using a cutting edge blockchain technology to connect instantly wooden logs and timber supply and demand worldwide

Traceability

A traceable wooden logs and timber liquidity that improves greatly the supplier’s reputation

Sustainability

Development of sustainable feed stock for the forestry industry

Decarbonisation

Easy investment in decarbonisation

ABOUT US

We are a team of professionals with an over 50 years of combined experience in wood industry, technology, financial markets, derivatives and structured products, law and compliance. In December 2015 at the Paris climate conference, 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal. The agreement sets out a global action plan to put the world on track to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2°C. The Paris Agreement is a bridge between today’s policies – the forest protection and sustainable management being one of them – and climate-neutrality before the end of the century.

OUR PARTNERS

Andriotto Financial Services (AFS)

COMPETITION AND CUSTOMER BENEFITS

Easy and cheaper access to wood supply worldwide for the buyer

Fast, secure and
confidential transactions

Systematic guarantee
of origin and traceability

Instant access to a very large numbers of customers for the seller, forester, dealer

Easy investment in sustainably
managed forests

Opportunity to lower
a portfolio carbon print

LATEST NEWS

Transparency is the new power in a global economy

In every sector, businesses and individuals want a better and more systematic traceability of what they buy and consume. There are several projects in the retail industry, such as Walmart/IBM or Carrefour, to address the consumer desires for greater transparency by using a blockchain technology for he traceability of the food products. These initiatives will spread.

Innovate plantations in desert zones

Desertification being a growing problem in the world, but, especially in the African continent, it is necessary to devise mechanisms that prevent its spread. In this sense, it is a priority to counteract deforestation by planting more trees. However, this is very difficult in regions where water is scarce.
But an innovative project in Egypt shows that it can be done using reused wastewater instead of taking advantage of the scarce supply of fresh water. In fact, the trees are growing at a very promising rate.

TRADING FIRMS & ORGANISATIONS FOLLOWING US

CONTACT US

  • U.K. 0044 (0) 7588 561900
  • contact@wibex.org