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VeChain

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VeChain is a blockchain platform that focuses on supply chain management and smart contracts.[1] Its tokens are listed on crypto-trading platforms as VET and VTHO.[2] Unlike other blockchains, its reliability is based on the use of the proof of authority (PoA) consensus model.[3] Its enabler, the VeChain Foundation, has formed partnerships with highly prominent companies from various industries, e.g. DB Schenker, BMW, DNV GL, etc.[4] It has been used to provide retail and supply chain solutions in the fields of cold-chain logistics as well as luxury and fashion.[5] In December 2020, VeChain became the first 5-star blockchain service provider as rated by TÜV Saarland, a renowned German certification institution.[6] Since January 2021, VeChain has been used in Cyprus as a key element of the healthcare record system E-HCert used by the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus and Aretaeio Hospital.[7][8] In June 2021, it was reported that VeChain and DNV had enabled Renji Hospital, a high-level hospital in China, to launch the MyBaby app, the world’s first blockchain-based in vitro fertilisation (IVF) service application, providing for the verification of the most important steps in IVF for the prospective parents.[9][10]

References[edit]

  1. "Vechain, Its Usage and History". California News Times. 1 May 2021.
  2. Frankenfield, Jake (3 October 2019). "VeChain". Investopedia.
  3. Hasan, Omar (2020). "Privacy Preserving Reputation Systems based on Blockchain and other Cryptographic Building Blocks: A Survey" (PDF).
  4. Brown, Collin (23 December 2020). "VeChain certified as the world's first 5-star blockchain company". Crypto News Flash.
  5. Welfare, Antony (2019). Commercializing Blockchain: Strategic Applications in the Real World. John Wiley & Sons. p. 228. ISBN 9781119578024. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  6. "VeChain weltweit als erster 5 Sterne-Blockchain-Dienstleister vom TÜV Saarland zertifiziert". PressePortal (in German). 23 December 2020.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  7. "Cyprus hospitals adopt blockchain for testing". Cyprus Mail. 9 December 2021.
  8. "Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus: Digital Certificate concerning the vaccinations agaimst Covid-19 via E-HCert Application". Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus.
  9. McCarthy, Adam (11 June 2021). "Blockchain in Action: How Tech is Changing Everyday Lives". Yahoo! Finance.
  10. Gunasegaran, Thiru (7 June 2021). "Renji Hospital launches blockchain-based IVF service app in China". HealthcareITNews.

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