Binance.US made this known moments ago, via its official Twitter handle. According to the update, the new development came as a result of users’ stern request.
The exchange also acknowledged the VeChain community as the most engaged community on its platform in the month of July 2020.
“Binance.US Will Support Vechain VET Staking. #VeFam you asked for it, we BUIDL for you! Thank you for being the most engaged community this month! Happy Trading!” Binance.US reported.
— Binance.US 🇺🇸 (@BinanceUS) July 10, 2020
VeChain (VET) Developer Presents Code for Apps on Windows
VeChain Dev has hinted at a new version of the VeChain Thor Devkit in .Netcore on Github, which gives users the means to integrate VeChain into games on the window operating system.
According to the report, this represents the third version 0.9 in beta of the development kit that is completely written in the C# programing language, which opens new interface for VeChain.
“Welcome! The 3rd SDK in the family written in C# to work with VeChain! Now you can integrate VeChain into games, Windows applications natively!” VeChain Dev shared.
Welcome! The 3rd SDK in the family written in C# to work with VeChain! Now you can integrate VeChain into games, Windows applications natively! The preview of the code is here:https://t.co/NzV0BXXXpj#unity #unity3d #VeChain #VET #dotnet @dotnetfdn
— VeChain Dev (@vechaindev) July 6, 2020
According to further information about the development, developers are now able to utilize the toolkit to design VeChain Thor-based applications that run on Microsoft’s operating system.
Windows is believed to have a worldwide market share of over 77%. So, the new interface between VeChain and Windows could further promote the use and adaptation of the VeChain Thor blockchain. The description given on Github indicates that non-fungible tokens are used.