Huawei’s latest range of smartphones will allow its users to store, send and receive China’s central bank digital currency.
The electronics giant has unveiled plans for the roll-out of cryptocurrency wallet technology in its latest generation of Galaxy smartphones, including budget models.
The smartphone is will be commercially available by the second half of 2019, and HTC hopes will expand its presence within the global blockchain sector.
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Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has announced that its blockchain-powered smartphone, ‘Exodus,’ is ready for launch.
The phone will include features that allow it to act as a secure cryptocurrency vault, increasing on the somewhat inadequate security offered by the majority of mainstream cell phones today.
Touted to be the “world’s first blockchain smartphone,” the Finney is due to arrive before 2018 ends, and when it does, expect a spec list that will rival any other flagship smartphone.