HTC Blockchain Powered Phone Launching This Year

HTC’s blockchain phone is real and it’s arriving later this year		
		
	Brian Heater

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According to HTC, the Exodus phone will launch in the third quarter of this year, which should mean in three months tops.

"Exodus is described by its makers as 'the world's first phone dedicated to decentralised applications and security".

Electronics giant HTC will not be releasing a smartphone with a native blockchain network for crypto trading between users as previously announced, The Verge reported July 10.

According, to the website we could say that from internal to External everything will be created to developed by HTC and at this point, it clearly seems the Phone would not be powering up with the most famous OS Android but with a different OS specifically created to accompany the ideas of Blockchain.

HTC Exodus - concept design " We understand the potential of digital scarcity and its uniqueness.

In terms of the unexpected CryptoKitty support, the executive hopes that the gamification of the blockchain will entice "no-coiners" to give the Exodus a shot.

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While things aren't all good at HTC, the Taiwanese giant is set to launch its blockchain-focused smartphone called Exodus to attract customers. In the meantime, the Exodus will act as a hardware wallet that makes use of decentralized apps. "It is exciting to be the first to offer the opportunity to decentralize the Internet and reshape it in favor of the contemporary user ".

We envision a phone where you hold your own keys, you own your own identity and data, and your phone is the hub.

The company has also announced partnerships with blockchain developers to build new ecosystems based on distributed ledger technology.

The company is hopeful that it will be available globally, although not China.

By working with Animoca (the distributor of Cryptokitties) and Bitmark ("the crypto-based digital ownership project"), HTC will be able to further its advancements into the crypto world.

What do you think of the idea of a blockchain smartphone? HTC will also offer a universal wallet-like functionality through the Exodus phone, and a specific forum will be available to help users.

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