Since the beginning of Q2 2020, VeChain news has regularly been making headlines.
This article has been compiled to update you on the work VeChain (VET) has been busy doing in the blockchain space. Following such great work, they recently offered a keynote at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020.
VeChain attends the 2020 World Artificial Intelligence Conference
Organized by the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, the World Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020 was one of the biggest and first of its kind. The conference had the likes of Alibaba, Amazon, and Microsoft in its attendance.
VeChain (VET) was not just an attendee, they also made history by opening the first VeChain blockchain technology session at the conference. The session was titled: “Blockchainize the Future, Power the Economy”. The conference took place from 9 – 11 July 2020.
At the conference, VeChain spoke about their blockchain development experience, analyzed different business scenarios, and revealed their blockchain infrastructure and technology.
Altcoin Buzz regularly covers the latest VeChain news as can be seen below.
VeChain will be integrated into Windows games
The introduction of a new version of the SDK code by a VeChain developer will promote the integration of VET-based games into Windows. On GitHub, the developer “VeChain Dev” has introduced a new version of the VeChain Thor Devkit in .NETCore.
This introduction reveals the third version 0.9 in the beta of the development kit. Entirely written in the C# programming language, this code will open a new interface for VeChain. The release of the code will lead to the development of an advanced interface. This development will also be a great contribution to the adoption of VeChain into the mainstream.
VeChain adoption in the gaming industry
Towards the end of 2019, a new blockchain-based card game was launched by Microsoft, in collaboration with Fabled Lands Eidos. The game was based on a 1980s gamebook: “Arena of Death”. The game used NFTs, and the NFTs contained assets moved by the VeChainThor blockchain.
The CEO and book author, Thomson had this to say: “It felt like the right time. We were going to relaunch the series into a computer game format but this new technology (blockchain), just made more sense. Imagine playing Magic the Gathering but knowing if you owned a card, it really does belong to you. Or if we say there are only 100 editions of an item or skill, you know there really are only 100 editions.”
As blockchain technology progresses, we inevitably hear more exciting VeChain news.
Previously, VeChain collaborated with I-Dante and developed E-HCert, a blockchain-based Covid-19 records app. The E-HCert provides an archival solution for COVID-19 RT-PCR (real time-polymerase chain reaction) and antibodies tests (Rapid Test) records.