Good evening dear subscribers! One of the first tasks to solve which electricity was used is lighting. The world’s first light bulb was invented by the Russian engineer, inventor A. N. Lodygin in 1874. Since then, this household thing has become the norm, a little modified.
Now there are many types of lamps: incandescent, fluorescent, led, xenon and others. But until now, the most common are incandescent lamps, and in large rooms use fluorescent as more economical.
But unfortunately, all the currently used light bulbs have their drawbacks. For example, traditional incandescent lamps consume a lot of electricity, although their cost is very low. And, accordingly, the widespread use gives a significant load on the power grid, and accordingly it entails high energy costs.
The use of fluorescent lamps is less energy-intensive and more durable. But their disposal is a very laborious and environmentally unfriendly process due to the use of mercury vapor and other heavy metals. Accidentally broken lamp will require urgent sanitation facilities, and landfills of such lamps seriously pollute the environment. A similar problem exists when using different energy-saving lamps.
Recently began to be introduced led bulbs that are devoid of these shortcomings. The principle of operation is based on the use of a semiconductor diode, when a current is passed through it, visible light radiation occurs. Hence the name – “led lamp”. Outwardly structurally very similar to traditional incandescent lamps, only such lamps do not use any inert gases, mercury vapor and other harmful substances. Therefore, when they are damaged, there is no contamination of the room. They are the least energy-intensive, and to date, already produced bulbs of sufficient power to illuminate the room. Disposal of such lamps can be performed along with the disposal of any office equipment.
For this reason, a team of crypto-investors creates a TeraWatt platform, which should encourage the use of such lamps. This platform will unite manufacturers, utilities and consumers of these lamps. The site will work as an insurance Fund, which will subsidize the production of led lamps. To do this, as well as a means of payment launched token LED.
The LED will be used for rewards for every purchase of led bulbs. This will serve as an incentive for users to purchase led lights for home, business or government use and to service through the TeraWatt service.
The platform will have its own database, which will store records about the purchase of LEDs. They will be securely stored in the TeraWatt ecosystem. This allows the buyer to offset the cost of utilities for all time and get their rating in Energy Star Rated Purchase. The user will pay a small Commission in tokens to access the database again.
The funds invested will be pooled and the global TeraWatt community will decide which projects will be funded and how much.
Since July, the preICO stage began, during which there is a pre-sale of led tokens. Already now you can invest in the project by purchasing tokens at the price of 0.0002 ETH for 1 LED. The main feature of the tokens is deflation, which will be supported by burning coins. This will encourage the acceptance of the payment tokens of different companies, and thus expanding the network of TeraWatt. At the beginning, 100 million tokens will be issued.
Summing up, we can say that the project team took up the original idea, which will solve the everyday problem of high utility TRANS, reduce the load on the network and solve the environmental problem.
Below I attach references to of. project pages:
Of.the website: https://www.terawattled.com
Technical document: https://www.terawattled.com/assets/Terawatt.pdf
Link to the branch Bitcounter: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4566082.0
The reference to telegrams channel: https://t.me/TeraWattICO