VeChain (VET) has announced a collaboration with CoinMarketCap to launch a maiden limited edition of artwork powered by VeChain ToolChain.
Not much has been said about the artwork, however, it is centered on the upcoming inaugural global event named “The Capital,” organized by CoinMarketCap for 12–13 November 2019, in Singapore.
The collaboration is born of the fact that both projects see the inevitable progress, integration and mass adoption of blockchain technology in the very near future.
The VeChain ToolChain is fast becoming a major tool enhancing the adoption of VeChainThor. The tool allows individuals and enterprises adopt blockchain without any problem or special prior technical knowledge.
The tool has been adopted by Walmart China big automobile firms, LNG, agriculture, liquors, and more. The partnership with CoinMarketCap is a step towards increasing the adoption of the tool.
The co-founder and CEO of VeChain, Sunny Lu, was invited as a keynote speaker at The Capital event.
The CEO will give wide knowledge on the use cases of blockchain with concentration of VeChainThor’s increasing enterprise adoption among big firms across the world and its prospects.
While sharing blockchain ideas, Sunny will also give presentations on the business use cases of distributed ledger technology in respect to VeChainThor blockchain.
At the festival, VeChain is organizing a side program with OceanEx and CoinMarketCap branded Warm-Up Party.
VeChain Introduces Builders Platform
At the just concluded Sans Francisco Blockchain Week event, the VeChain Foundation introduced the blockchain world to VeChain Builders, a section in the project’s official website giving room to users to explore and get blockchain toolsets and information.
The site is targeted at those interested in blockchain technology especially developers and firms looking to solving their age-long problem with the nascent technology.
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