Samsung added Bitcoin to its decentralized store

Samsung added Bitcoin to its decentralized store
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Samsung has quietly added Bitcoin to the supported currencies in its decentralized blockchain store, Blockchain Keystore.

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Samsung has quietly added Bitcoin to the supported currencies in its decentralized blockchain store, Blockchain Keystore.


According to Samsung Developers' official website, KeyStore now supports Bitcoin and Klaytn currencies. Clayton is a digital currency supplied by Kakao, one of South Korea's largest Internet companies.

According to information provided by Samsung's official website, China Key Store Block currently supports six of its new devices, S10e, S10, S10 +, S10 5G, Note10 and Note10 +, and is available in six Canadian geographies, Germany, South Korea, Spain. , Switzerland, the United States and the UK are available.

KeyStore was released this July through Samsung's blockchain program for its decentralized software and software development kit (SDK). KeyStore is used for decentralized management of accounts, backups, payments and digital signatures. It should be noted that KeyStore initially only supported the Blockchain Ethereum.

Earlier this month, Samsung added two new services to its software development kit. The two services included decentralized data analysis software called Jupiter and peer-to-peer wallet called March. These two services were used on Galaxy S10 and newer models.



Prior to the Samsung HTC, in the fall of last year, Teflon released its Chinese blockchain Exodus. Finney was another blockchain phone released in the winter of 2018 by Sirin Labs. The cellphone stopped a quarter of its production during the digital currency market downturn.

Source: cointelegraph

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