Nothing is confirmed from anyone, even if lvmh is going along with their own im sure that wont bring Vechain to a stand still. Personally I invested in Vechain if you want to invest in lvmh they can be found on the stock market.
Ha ok, so there isn't many people who support both projects? One over the other type thing. Was looking to invest a good amount and not sure if its better to split between both or not. They both seems to be leaders in their segment.. but suppose asking each in their respective chats will get a similar response.
Absolutely. For sure. Just a matter of time. The transactions on the main net are increasing exponentially at the moment, which means daily usage / burn of all VTHO generated on a daily basis is not too far away (could be 3, 6 months or longer). At that time VTHO price will also increasing, making ownership of VET more lucrative and attractive additional interest and investors. It’s a virtuous cycle.
Do any of you feel the xnode is worth the investment? I’m all in with vechain and have been prior to the vet transition, and hated missing out on an xnode when they first came out but it just feels like there’s not a great incentive now to justify spending thousands of dollars. I could be wrong but just looking for opinions
I personally think it was worth me buying one! As a long termInvestor I know I want more vethor so it will pay off. Also they have a value so it’s not like I bought an xnode and all of the value is now gone.
For those who think that $1 is weird or something. Keep in mind , VET is listed on the new Nasdaq and Bakkt exchanges in the US. Is a top 25 project , before these exchanges go live. Has the legal backing of its countries origins, and has mass adoption all over the place in multiple areas. As an investor, VET will be posted right along side xrp, BTC , and the rest of the announced projects on the initial launch. $1? Spec alone it’s attainable . Now add in a working product, revenue streams within 1 year, and increased supply demand from network usage. Answer is ....who the F knows
It's not about people scanning barcodes. Do you really think business would invest millions so people can scan their bar codes. Fuck no. It's about getting big data in a sharable , tamperproof environment. Imo looking at vechain from the end user perspective is the wrong way if your trying to determine the value add