Invest in VeChain

Discover how to invest in VeChain with this handy guide. Packed full of information and advice for beginners, this page helps you get started on your crypto journey.
By: James Knight
James Knight
When he isn’t at work, James is an avid trader and golfer who likes to travel. He once fed,… read more.
Updated: Apr 14, 2021

Ways to invest in VeChain

The first thing to do to invest in VeChain is sign up with a cryptocurrency broker or exchange platform. They let you buy, sell, or trade VeChain coins and you can craft an investment strategy based on your goals and appetite for risk.

Investment vehicles like mutual funds and exchange-traded funds offer ready-made portfolios that you can buy into and let someone else take care of the day-to-day decisions. Learn more about the different approaches in the links below.

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What is VeChain?

VeChain is a supply chain management platform for businesses. It uses blockchain technology to track items every step of the way – from supplier to customer – and alert the relevant stakeholders if anything goes wrong. VeChain’s cryptocurrency goes by VET and is used for transactions on the platform.

Take our course on the blockchain to understand more about how it works. It gives you a better appreciation of how a company like VeChain can use the blockchain for everyday tasks, like managing a supply chain.

How to invest in VeChain

You can use a variety of different methods to invest in VeChain. The best one for you depends on how much you have to spend, how soon you want to see returns, and what you want to do with your coins when you have them. Use the list below to learn about the options available to you.

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When he isn’t at work, James is an avid trader and golfer who likes to travel. He once fed, rode, and ate an ostrich all on… read more.