Zuby Collection and Bitcoin Movement (BTCMVMNT) are both deploying VeChain’s traceability solution to power a 300 collection of merchandise named “Take the Power Back.”
The three entities are going to be saving data about the limited edition merchandize on the VeChain blockchain.
Each garment, according to released information, is going to have an NFC chip which will permit users to have vital details about every collection acquired.
Zuby, a widely referred entrepreneur and rapper, and BTCMVMNT, decided to tap VeChain’s DLT immutability characteristics, which is the backbone of Bitcoin and many a number of digital currencies.
The collection which contains 300 items, 125 shirts, 125 caps, and 50 hoodies is going to be stored on the VeChainThor blockchain with the use of NFC chips.
When sold, the collection, according to Zuby, are to be used for empowering the masses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceeds from the collection will be used to empower, educate, and inspire the people to invest their live proceeds in blockchain technology especially Bitcoin and some other cryptocurrencies deemed good.
Today, the sales of the garment would be initiated and participants are to express their interest through the BTCMVMT website. For the collection, both iOS and Android devices have been created.
Businesses across the globe are looking to partner VeChain owing to its diverse use cases. Walmart and numerous companies like Bayer are absolutely dependent on VeChain Toolchain for traceability.
Fashion brands, more than before, are making use of blockchain technology to fight counterfeits. the Zuby team’s idea, for instance will integrate VeChain ToolChain™ to each garment from the limited collection. The garments will have NFC chips embedded, reducing the chances of counterfeit on the limited edition products.
The idea, according to artist and founder of The Bitcoin Movement, Daryl Kelly, is to have a true representation of Bitcoin philosophy. In his world, VeChain is the industry-leading blockchain that embodies the idea and fits into The Bitcoin Movement’s philosophy.
Street Superior, a limited collection of sneakers by SBTG, also embedded VeChain smart chips to battle counterfeits that may occur after launching its Shoe of The Future.
Also, London-based fashion company Sarah Regensburger, makes use of the VeChain ToolChain™ to ascertain end-to-end traceability on a particular limited collection.
Hospitals, auditing firms, and a host of big companies are now deploying VeChain solutions to actualized their desired goals, which is not limited to traceability alone. The company’s provision of user-friendly solutions has helped companies achieve their desires in a short period of time.