On April 10, HTC disclosed a plan to support its flagship blockchain phone, EXODUS 1s, with a Monero mining feature. This signifies a start of mobile mining, which holds a promise to bring power costs down and make cryptocurrency mining more decentralized.
The company has introduced a processor in the Galaxy S20 series to store the first cryptocurrency and tokens of the ERC-20 standard. Samsung's Galaxy S20 smartphones have a storage feature for Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies that support the ERC20 protocol.
High Tech Computer (HTC) Corporation, a Taiwanese consumer electronics firm based in the New Taipei City, recently unveiled a new entry-level blockchain-based smartphone dubbed the HTC Exodus 1S that is basically targeting digital currency users and investors.
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.
The world’s largest information technology firm, Samsung Electronics, headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, has successfully added Bitcoin support to its new upcoming distributed ledger tech (DLT) Keystore Software Development Kit (SDK), and the company has disclosed that its digital currency wallet is compatible with its latest Galaxy Note 10 smartphone handset. Samsung is one of the most active companies adopting cryptocurrency and blockchain solutions in 2018-2019.
South Korean global electronics conglomerate Samsung adds Bitcoin (BTC) support for their blockchain Galaxy 10 smartphone. The Galaxy phone which supports cryptocurrency was officially launched back in March. Since then, the digital currency community has been seen increasingly purchasing the handset so as they can start trading and using the supported cryptocurrency through the Blockchain Keystore App installed in the phone.
The South Korean multinational conglomerate based in the capital Seoul, Samsung, will invest in sixth-generation (6G) networks on top of other semiconductors, and this could play a role in changing the face of blockchain technology, according to the company’s Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee.