5 Things About the First Blockchain Fueled Smartphone that will Blow your Mind

Jun 22, 2019 at 13:45 // PR
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However, few if none of them released a real product with real use cases and good UX/UI combination.

There are literally dozens of companies that bragged about blockchain related or based smartphones in the last two years. However, few if none of them released a real product with real use cases and good UX/UI combination.

IMpulse K1 Phone is the first blockchain based phone released so far and it’s amazing. It’s based on the Voice Over Blockchain Protocol (VOBP) – which is one of the main features of the IMpulse K1 Phone. It allows full encryption. All data – documents, invoices, text and voice messages – are sent peer-to-peer and end-to-end enciphered, thereby minimizing third-party intervention. As a result, there’s no need to worry about third parties monitoring your actions, as the peer-to-peer encryption cannot be hacked or manipulated.

Here are the top 5 things that make this phone so innovative:

  1. All third-party companies are eliminated and replaced with a p2p model as a result of implementation of the Voice Over Blockchain Protocol (VoPB) 
  2. Matrix ID allows the user to create an infinite amount number of blockchain account with every wallet to be assigned to one identity
  3. All your media data, photos, docs can now be encrypted and stored in a p2p way because of the IPFS storage implementation.
  4. Electronic Warfare Transmitted Location protects user whereabouts
  5. Worm Guard technology creates a protection shield around private keys to protect them from theft or loss 

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Check out the IMpulse K1 Phone here: https://IMpulse.technology

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