VeChain (VET) Can Now Be Traded On ‘Metal Pay’ Crypto Payments App

Metal Pay is a unique crypto payments app that rewards its customers for each transaction they conduct on the application, regardless they receive or send crypto. Recently, Metal Pay reported that the app added VeChain (VET) on its marketplace, so clients of the application can now transact using VET.

The US-based clients of Metal Pay can now legally trade VeChain (VET)

As we’ve mentioned earlier, Metal Pay rewards its clients for every transaction they conduct. The payments app praise itself with instant money transfer between Metal Pay’s users. Unfortunately, the application is currently available only on iOS via Apple’s App Store.

Earlier, Metal Pay announced that VeChain (VET) is now available on Metal’s marketplace, so the app’s users can now transact with VET token, securely and rapidly.

As VeChain (VET) is now available on Metal Pay, that would make it possible for the US-based users of the crypto payments app to buy and sell VeChain (VET) legally from an FDIC-insured U.S. dollar account.

VeChain blockchain focuses on product distribution in the Internet of Things (IoT)

VeChain blockchain centers on sorting out the issues worldwide product distribution, focusing on identifying the quality and authenticity of products and cutting out fake products.

The mission of VeChain network is to make the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies more secure and stable, centering on the protecting all the parties involved in the product distribution process, from the manufacturers to the clients. This blockchain records everything in the supply chain process and makes it available to the public. It has broad applicability, including luxury goods, automobiles, electronics, wine, and more.

VeChain (VET), which was recently added on Metal Pay crypto payments app, is the digital token that exists on the VeChain blockchain. At the time of this article, VeChain (VET) trades at $0.0082, after it dropped by 8.13% in the last 24 hours.

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