Sep 17, 2019 at 07:45
LG Electronics to Launch Blockchain-Powered Smartphone
South Korean international conglomerate corporation LG Electronics made it clear on September 15, 2019, that it is planning to release its own blockchain-based smartphone. This has therefore confirmed the rumors that has been circulating the market. The electronics giant will become one of the few mobile phone manufacturers to join the cryptocurrency industry.
May 17, 2019 at 12:10
KaratGold Coin (KBC): Blockchain-Powered IMpulse K1 Allows Users to Communicate Over Blockchain
Few token/coin issuers can boast an infrastructure necessary for its circulation. Often the digital asset remains inapplicable in daily life and soon adds up to the list of dead coins. A completely different approach was taken by the team behind KaratGold Coin (KBC), who came up with a number of software and hardware solutions for crypto users. One of them is a KBC-fuelled smartphone that utilizes a series of elegant solutions increasing the user’s security bar.
May 11, 2019 at 12:18
6 Smartphones Able to Store or Mine Cryptocurrency
While technologies are getting mobile, we are getting more and more used to having everything at hand on our smartphones. Payments are no exception. And though most banks and payment operators offer mobile solutions for fast payments, it is getting obvious smartphone manufacturers will delve into cryptocurrency, blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) to offer payment options.
HTC Blockchain Smartphone will Build the Future of Internet
The HTC Exodus 1 blockchain tech and crypto phone could play an important part in building the next Internet. Conversely, the firm is proud to explain its commitment to the device, which it believes could have significant results in shaping and building the future of the Internet itself.
HTC Blockchain & Crypto Smartphone Can be Bought with Fiat
To date, the Blockchain HTC Exodus 1 has, appropriately, only been available for purchase with Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple or other big cryptocurrencies. With effect from today, however, all interested parties will be in a position to obtain HTC’s blockchain (DLT) smartphone via traditional (fiat) ways such as USD. The smartphone is so far being sold online at around $699.