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Real Items, an enterprise and consumer applications built on VeChain Blockchain, has recently revealed why VeChain was chosen to verify NK95 masks made to curtail the spread of the new coronavirus.

For the past couple of days, the countries of the world have been in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 that first surfaced in Wuhan China. And some major companies and individuals across the world are playing their parts in the tussle.

Recall that Real Items announced on 3rd April 2020 that VeChain has been chosen to verify the NK95 masks from Tricol Group.

All the orders of the masks will be made on the Real Items platform. But the masks must pass through VeChain product verification, before distribution. This opportunity to showcase use cases means a lot within the VeChain community.

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“The next REAL ITEMS verified are KN95 masks from Tricol Group. Capacity to make 200,000+ masks per day, All orders made through and our partners will have a VeChain NFT for product authenticity on each box,” Real Items shared.

Real Items Reveals Why it Chooses VeChain

This came about as a result of the reaction of Jason Rockwood, the General Manager of VeChain Americas, to the surprising development.

Jason Rockwood said:

“To say that “VeChain and Real Items” did this is misleading. All credit goes to @itemsdapp. But we are happy Real Items chose VeChainThor to build on.”

Real Items responded by pointing out that VeChain was specifically chosen for the task because it’s the only blockchain that works for enterprise at scale.

“Thanks Jason! We picked VeChain for the one reason. It’s the only blockchain that works for enterprise at scale,” Real Items Responded.

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