Interacting with blockchain networks is still unwieldy — a barrier to entry that is high enough to deter most passive users and hold back mass adoption.

This is the exact problem that Comet, a web browser wallet that enables users to run dapps on the VeChainThor (VTHO) blockchain, is hoping to solve.


According to a recent announcement, the extension allows users to store VET and VIP-based tokens, similar to extensions found across other blockchain networks.

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The first dapp built on top of this system is CometVerse, an NFT-based collectibles app designed to showcase Comet’s technology and the features of the VeChain blockchain, including custom wallet avatar giveaways.

Comet notes that by building on the VeChain protocol, CometVerse is able to leverage several meta-transaction features that abstract away the complexities of functioning on the blockchain.

  • Fee Delegation: Dapps pay onboarding gas fees to remove the friction of adoption.
  • Atomic Transactions: Multiple contract calls are batched into a single transaction.

These features make it so that the end user is not aware that they are interacting with the blockchain network.

Moving forward, it looks like Comet is hoping to become the access point for the VeChain network, allowing dapp developers to build on top of their platform to create the next generation of the web.

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Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.

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