I have absolutely no clue what that Coca Cola Kid Tweet is supposed to mean.
I really don’t see this happening. I really don’t even see it being in the top 10.
It’s going to be tracking 30% of the world’s cigarette sales…
That alone is enough to send any coin to the top 10, and that’s just 1 partnership out of the couple dozen already confirmed. Mainnet is 4 or 5 months away and we have billion dollar companies out the freakin door
Fanboyism aside, VEN outside the top 10 is kinda ridiculous. Unless you think the project is a scam that’s about to fall apart like Tron or something
This is kinda what I’m looking at right now…
Blauberge, or the “blue mountains” are a mountain range in Bavaria
Bavarian Motor Works = BMW
5650 Arcturus Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033
^ the address for a large BMW testing facility in California
So: “Long-lasting beacons will form as a driving force…” = long-term, durable IoT gizmos for cars?
"…the engineers of the blue mountains have gathered…" = BMW scientists gathered at Arcturus Ave to test the gizmos?
A bit of a stretch, but it makes some sense too
Why would a company use Ven’s blockchain as oppose to a token built on an upcoming platform such as EOS that can much better handle the load and do everything that VEN is doing much faster and much cheaper. I’m just saying that VEN is the first to be built in that area, but might not be the best. I guess time will tell.
I’ve seen these misconceptions before, and the team does need to get better at marketing themselves and spreading the word about their tech.
Mainnet will be capable of 10,000 transactions per second though, according to leadership
Anyone think vechain will pump more before the 26th ?
Thanks for this. How is this relevant to VeChain?
I think that top 10 list of yours looks good
PwC incubated Vechain, and have been instrumental in acquiring partners/clients for them.
I don’t see a straight-up Amazon partnership as being very likely at this point, but, being the biggest blockchain project currently for cold-chain logistics tracking, VEN could do something like track Whole Foods perishables, for instance.
That is, if Amazon turns to PwC (being a Big 4 auditor) for help as they’ve done in the past with quality assurance issues