BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ClickStream Corp. (OTC PINK:CLIS), is a technology company and known disruptor in innovation. ClickStream Corp. subsidiary Rebel Blockchain, Inc., aka Nifter™, is ensuring the carbon footprint of their NFT platform’s global rollout is as minimal as possible and inline with Nifter™ evolving ESG strategy.
As the computational needs of the Rebel Blockchain will significantly increase as Nifter™rolls-out to a global audience, the Ethereum V2 merge will not only lower electrical costs, but will also enable Nifter™to lower its global impact while developing a plan for 100% carbon neutral operations.
Nifter™ is a Non-fungible Token (NFT) marketplace that allows artists & athletes to create, sell and discover unique NFTs on the Nifter™ marketplace. NFT’s are digital tokens stored on a blockchain that can record ownership. Nifter™ business model cuts out the red tape and lets artists monetize instantly and directly.
ABOUT CLICKSTREAM CORPORATION
ClickStream is a technology company focused on developing apps and digital platforms that disrupt conventional industries. The company is currently marketing and developing WinQuik™, HeyPal™, Nifter™ and Joey’s Animal Kingdom™ respectively.
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