US-Based Health Firm Adopts VeChain (VET) To Combat Supplement Counterfeiting
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A new means to enhance the reach and growth of VeChain (VET) has just opened in the latest version of Exodus desktop.

Exodus, a desktop-based online multi-currency wallet, announced the addition of Vechain (VET) and VeThor (VTHO) on its latest desktop release.

This was passed across on 28th February 2020 via its official Twitter handle. In the tweet, Exodus implored its users to open and update their wallets right away in order to gain access to the newly added VET and VTHO.

Exodus shared this, “The latest Exodus Desktop release welcomes VeChain (VET) & VeThor (VTHO)! Open your wallet to update now.”

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When to Expect VeChain (VET) Staking on Exodus

Afterward, a user inquired of when staking for VeChain (VET) will start.

In response to the inquiry, Exodus hinted at the ongoing deliberation about launching VET staking. It assured that notification will be sent to the users as soon as everything is set.

“Hi there! No firm timeline yet, but definitely something we’re looking into. If you’d like, please email support [at] and we’ll be more than happy to notify you whenever VET staking does make it into Exodus –KC”

In addition, Exodus shared that VET is as well available on mobile in response to an inquiry from another user.

Hey there! VET is also supported on Exodus Mobile, you can download our Mobile app here: –SY,” Exodus shared.

VeChain (VET) in the Market

The majority of top digital currencies are beginning to indicate signs of recovery after a huge price crash a couple of days ago.

VeChain, the 31st largest cryptocurrency by market cap has recorded some price gains over the past hours. At the time of filing this report, VET is trading at $0.005715, with a 2.27% price increase based on 24 hours estimation.

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