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Following the theft of $6.5 million worth of VET tokens from its buyback wallet, blockchain platform VeChain announced that it will be taking several measures to ensure the network’s safety.
Following Chinese President Xi Jinping’s decision to put the nation at the forefront of blockchain technology, VeChain (VET) experienced a massive rally.
Some of the most prominent China-based blockchain projects appear to be recovering quickly after the recent downturn in the market.
VeChain has been on a rampage surging nearly 185 percent in the last 22 days.
Binance US announced that it would be listing VeChain to its retail platform for United States cryptocurrency investors.
VeChain (VET), the world’s 18th largest cryptocurrency by total market cap, has partnered with one of China’s largest electric car manufacturers, BYD, according to a Medium blog post.
China’s largest insurance conglomerate by total assets handled, the People’s Insurance Company of China (PICC), has partnered with VeChain, blockchain-based information tracking and governance systems company, with the goal of digitally transforming the insurance industry, according to a press release.
The cryptocurrency market is rebounding following a bearish month, and while many coins haven’t seen any significant gains this week, a select few have.
Safe Haven is partnering with VeChain to offer digitized inheritances and building their legacy system on the upcoming VeChainThor blockchain.
Global logistics giant DB Schenker is to launch a supplier evaluation system on the VeChainThor platform — the first of its kind, according to the Singapore-based blockchain.
VeChain’s token rose 5% after an announcement from the VeChain Foundation unveiling a new development plan and whitepaper.
In an increasingly crowded but frustratingly similar ICO environment, platforms are looking for ways to differentiate themselves.