Unofficial: The Startup Start Enjin in the Wallet of the Galaxy S 10/200% increase in ENGINEERING in the last 24 hours!

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On Monday, February 25th, an unknown source told Asia Crypto, the announcement that Samsung, Enjin Wallet, has nominated a Korean company in the field of digital currencies to support its new Galaxy S10 smartphone wallet.

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On Monday, February 25th, an unknown source told Asia Crypto, the announcement that Samsung, Enjin Wallet, has nominated a Korean company in the field of digital currencies to support its new Galaxy S10 smartphone wallet.

The images revealed by this anonymous source were released by Tworld, Korea's second largest telecommunications company.

These images show that the Enjin Wallet for Ethereal Transactions (ETH) is used on the Galaxy S III mobile phone. Among these images are also digital screens of digital signatures (ENJ) and Basic Athention Token (BAT), an ether-based token used in digital advertising.



Iggy Cripto announced that the wallet engine will be installed on the Galaxy S7, and is expected to use more than 13 million users, according to a well-known source.

It's said that this wallet can be used to send and receive ERC-20 tokens and ERC-1155 digital assets.

The findings suggest that Samsung will rely on decentralized technology to ensure data security is secured, content management and sharing, digital asset management, including game ownership and transactions.

The ENGIN platform has been renowned for launching the ERC-1155 token. This token is an asset class used to buy and sell digital items in video games and digital property.

The wallet of this company is now available for iOS and Android operating systems. This wallet supports all the ERC-20 and ERC-1155 tokens and allows users to exchange digital assets.



Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S-series smartphone flagship on February 20th.

The company also acknowledged that the smartphone will have storage space for private keys associated with digital currencies, but despite the rumors that the smartphone is configured and supported by digital currency purse and decentralized applications (DApps), the name implies The digital currency wallet was not taken.

However, Heslin Kim, a Korean digital currency analyst, later released a video on his Twitter account claiming that the video was powered by the Galaxy S III, the Black Box, and introduced the instructions for using the integrated blockchain Wallet with has it.

According to him, Samsung did not name a wallet with the aim of keeping an eye on Apple.

Information on the integrated blockchain Wallets has also been confirmed in the Korean news section on the Quinn News site. The Quinn News Agency for this purpose tested Samsung smartphone flagship, the Galaxy S10, at the Dillight store in Seoul, the capital of South Korea.

At the time of writing, Engineer and Samsung did not respond to requests from Quinn Telegraph's news agency.

Currently, Incinvoyn is trading at a price of $ 0.1, which represents a growth of more than 200% over the past 24 hours.


Source: cointelegraph

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