VeChain (VET) Enthusiast Says He Will Only Sell His House If Buyer Pays In VeChain 

Dian van Heijningen, a resident of Rotterdam, advertised his 105 square meter loft on Twitter and other social media platforms. While the house has been placed on sale, he says he will not receive payment in any other currency but VeChain (VET) tokens. This came as a surprise since there are many houses for sale in Bitcoin but there is hardly any other cryptocurrency or altcoin that is used for buying houses. Heijningen says the opening price for the house is 31,516,323.03 VET which is currently about $470,853.

Selling His House In VeChain (VET)

When asked why he decided to sell his house in VET tokens, Heijningen stated all the developments of the VeChain project. In his words:

“The team behind VeChain is working hard to develop the platform. VeChain team has created a platform that will allow governments and companies to keep record without any fear of falsification. VeChain uses the blockchain technology to provide solutions for different sectors from the beverages industry to automobile industry. The Chinese government has put a lot of faith in VeChain. Recently, they embarked on a projects along with other third party authentication systems that will be used to verify the authenticity of vaccines.”

VeChain (VET) Price Today – VET / USD


Heijningen is a big fan of VeChain who has faith in the network. His Twitter updates show his loyalty towards the new generation blockchain, VeChain.

VeChain Price Analysis

Currently, the VeChain (VET) token is trading in green at $0.015274. It is 4.66% higher against the USD and 5.37% higher against Bitcoin. The trading volume over the last 24 hours is $26,973,115 while the market cap is $847,019,363. The current circulating supply is about 55,454,734,800 VET while the total supply is

86,712,634,466. The next few days of trading will determine if VeChain will continue to trade in green or it will start trading in red.


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