The internet is evolving, and so is our economy.

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Gretol is a research project founded in 2021 to understand web3 technology and design decentralized applications to connect businesses across the EMEA region with end-to-end distributed ledger solutions. The high-level aim is to create solutions that connect industries, organizations, and individuals more directly, recreating how we share information across businesses. Gretol also aims to study and recommend effective ways to lower the cost entry barrier for developing communities.

  • 700%+

    Potential growth

  • 50+

    Use cases

  • $1.76T

    2030 GDP growth

  • 15+

    Industries supported

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The Team

  • Samson LarssonSamson LarssonResearch & Design


Building a more sustainable future

We understand the importance of safeguarding the future of our society and planet. We also acknowledge the impact of blockchain technology on the environment. That is why we are centering our research on understanding the use of renewable, sustainable sources of energy and more efficient infrastructure support.

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    Our energy consumption is powered by renewable sources, and as a fully remote company we're 100% paperless.

    To be extra sure we're doing our part, we've also pledged to be carbon neutral by 2030. We'll do this by offsetting unavoidable emissions and investing in measures to reduce our carbon footprint.

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    It is our hope that we can bring about positive social change. To do this, we've committed to three United Nations Sustainability Goals: United Nations Sustainability Goals:

    1. Quality education

    Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

    2. Decent work and economic growth

    Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all

    3. Partnerships for the goals

    Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalise the partnership for sustainable development