Using a virtual IOS/Android machine for Vechain wallet
I am not a big fan of storing my VET on my mobile wallet. One of the main reasons is because I run a jailbroken version of IOS (9.3.3). Now there are a lot of virtual machines out there that support IOS or Android. You'd also have an extra layer of security since you run the virtual machine on Windows/MacOS/Linux.
I was wondering how others feel about using a virtual machine for their wallet?
On 21st September, the VeChain Foundation organized a meet up in Paris. The gathering had Keynote speeches from Kevin Feng, the COO of VeChain, Noah Huo, its CMO who handles PR and Marketing and Jérôm...