VeChain, a public blockchain platform aims to connect blockchain technology to the real world by providing a comprehensive governance structure, a robust economic model as well as advanced IoT integration, and pioneers in real-world applications.
They recently announced that they have partnered with advanced digital identification and IoT device solutions developer and provider, INPI Asia. Their new technology NDCode enable them to add nano identification to products enabling a new world of connected ‘THINGS’, enables a security level with a photonic property, it brings an endless life cycle to a digital identification, it also opens up untapped scalability potential and cost efficiency.
Thier partnership will enable an end to end solution for their current and upcoming products providing a trust layer to digital data produced from their products.
Following this advancement with the new partnership that VeChain announced earlier this week, VeChain today announced to begin testing of VeChain wallet compatibility on various phones. They reached out to their Twitter followers to fill out a survey form and tell which phone model the user is using.
The survey form asks for the user’s email address, region and the phone model from only a list of a selected few phone models.
The followers of Vechain were very enthusiastic about the new announcement and Twitter saw an outpouring response in the comment section of the post in which followers were seen informing VeChain about the phone model they currently use.
The compatibility test is a must according to the company before they announce their Mainnet launch.
The company released a statement,
“As we move towards mainnet launch, the VeChain Mobile Wallet is seen as a key component in our deliverables. In order to better serve our token holders and provide a well-designed and secure mobile wallet, we need to collect the ratios of mobile phone ownership for compatibility testing.”
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