Mobile phone manufacturer HTC wants to let its smartphone customers plug into the bitcoin blockchain. Speaking on Saturday at the Magical Crypto Conference in New York, HTC’s Phil Chen revealed a new low-cost version of its blockchain phone, the EXODUS 1s, announcing that the device will be capable of acting as a full node for the bitcoin network, meaning customers will store the entire blockchain’s data on their devices. Continue reading HTC Says Its Next Smartphone Will Run a Full Bitcoin Node
Samsung, a South Korean tech giant on February 20 launched its Galaxy S10 and Fold smartphones which feature a cryptocurrency wallet. Sirin Labs and HTC in 2018 also launched blockchain-based devices. However, these smartphones are worth almost $1,000 and more expensive than Dash’s KRIP smartphone. Continue reading Dash’s KRIP Remains the Cheapest Cryptocurrency Enabled Smartphone
Mobile blockchain technology will soon become a reality, as electronics giant HTC has just announced the presale of its brand new blockchain-enabled smartphone, the Exodus 1.
The device was first unveiled during the recent Web3 summit, which took place between October 22-24 in the German capital, Berlin. HTC made the official announcement via its Twitter account on October 23. Continue reading HTC announces presale of Exodus 1, the company’s ground-breaking blockchain smartphone
Taiwanese electronics behemoth Foxconn is reportedly getting onboard to develop and manufacture ‘Finney’, a blockchain phone from Sirin Labs. Codenamed the Finney, Swiss startup Sirin Labs first announced its Android-based open-source ‘blockchain’ smartphone with features including a built-in cold storage cryptocurrency wallet, encrypted communications and peer-to-peer resource sharing late last year. The startup raised $158 million for the Finney project, which includes a desktop, in an initial coin offering in December. Continue reading Foxconn Signs on to Manufacture $1000 Blockchain Phone