HTC to launch blockchain phone Exodus

HTC to launch blockchain phone Exodus

HTC to launch blockchain phone Exodus

HTC is also going to allow users to purchase the Exodus using cryptocurrency, though a price has not yet been announced. Either way, add HTC to the list of companies interested in finding profit from the subject with it's new Exodus, ostensibly a decentralized, blockchain and buzzword-packed marketing experience that may also be a phone.

Schematics of the phone shows it has a single camera, support for storage expansion, and nano-SIM support.

Chen announced the Exodus at the Consensus 2018 conference in NY on Tuesday, and while details about the device remain vague, he confirmed that the smartphone will support Bitcoin and Ethereum, among others, courtesy of a universal wallet, secure hardware and decentralized apps.

The handset is being led by Phil Chen who is the creator of the HTC Vive VR headset.

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Chen said, "Through Exodus, we are excited to be supporting underlying protocols such as Bitcoin, Lightning Networks, Ethereum, Dfinity, and more".

The Exodus will support decentralized applications, called DApps, run on Android software and have a universal wallet for storing your digital currencies. This is not just another conventional smartphone, but one of the world's first native Blockchain smartphones. Chen said HTC wants to eventually support the entire blockchain ecosystem, and that it will be announcing new partnerships in the few months to come.

All the usual stuff like hardware or pricing is still far off. According to The Next Web, the company will soon be launching a Blockchain powered smartphone. HTC hasn't shared the sale date, but you can reserve the Exodus phone online.

The HTC Exodus exists separately from HTC's main phone business, and it is not the same phone planned for HTC's May 23 announcement. It's quite likely that the future phones will be readied with blockchain and generic cryptocurrency compatibility in mind.

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