Confirmed; Digital currency hardware wallet on Samsung Galaxy S10!

Confirmed; Digital currency hardware wallet on Samsung Galaxy S10!
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According to a press release released February 20, Samsung's new smartphone, the Galaxy S10 will have a storage space to store private keys associated with digital currencies.

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According to a press release released February 20, Samsung's new smartphone, the Galaxy S10 will have a storage space to store private keys associated with digital currencies.

Samsung announced February 20th launch of its new phone in Seoul, San Francisco and London. The smartphone has a feature called "Samsung Knox." The press release of the company said:

The Galaxy S10 comes with a security feature of Samsung Knox and comes with a hardware storage space that hosts your private keys on a Blockchain mobile service.

Prior to the official introduction of the S10, there were many rumors that the device was configured and supported by digital currency packs and decentralized applications (DApps). Last month, unofficial images from the Galaxy S 10 were released that featured a software called Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. Images revealed in the Ethereum wallet option referenced in the list of supported digital currencies.



Samsung is not the only mobile phone maker that has implemented digital currency capabilities on its smartphones. In May 2018, HTC unveiled its cell-phone cellphone. The HTC Exodus phone supports multiple Blockchains, including the Blockchain and Ethereum, and the default browser is Brave.

In December 2018, Cyrene Labs released its Finney smartphone, the world's first smart cell phone smartphone.

Samsung did not refer directly to the wallet word in its statement, but it seems that storing a private key in the storage space is the same wallet service or something like that, in which case we can hope to expand more currencies. Digital among people.

Source: samsung

 

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