The phone, named Exodus, will feature a universal wallet and a built-in secure hardware enclave to support cryptocurrencies and decentralized applications.
The idea of sticking blockchain in your phone’s guts is to supposedly offer a crypto wallet baked in. That will allow you directly trade supported currencies without paying (or having minimal) mining fees for the privilege.
Problem is though, you can do all that with software only solutions that run on everyday smart phones today, so what do HTC hope to bring to the game with their new phone and the announcement of yet another blockchain division? We’ll have to wait and see…
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