While its high volatility may prevent many from buying it, cryptocurrency is still a great investment for those looking for short-term profits. HTC was one of the first companies to design a smartphone specifically designed for blockchain users 2. The Book of Moses 1.
Unfortunately, the phone was not a success probably due to its high price ($ 700) and limited audience. While HTC released much cheaper (and more efficient) tracking, The Exodus 1S, which cost about $ 250, these “blockchain” phones, which made it easier to manage encrypted currency, never became popular with customers.
Samsung recently announced that it now allows blockchain users to manage and trade virtual assets, such as encrypted currencies, from third-party wallets on Samsung Galaxy phones. The latest update allows blockchain users to access and process cryptocurrency transactions through the Samsung Blockchain Wallet, which is available on most Galaxy smartphones.
In addition to the Samsung Blockchain Keystore, Galaxy smartphones can now connect to various hardware wallets such as the Ledger Nano S and Ledger Nano X. It is also important to add that the Samsung Blockchain Wallet includes an application-specific news feed that keeps users up to date on the latest cryptocurrency trends.
Samsung The Blockchain Wallet was originally introduced on the company’s 2019 flagship Galaxy S10, and now supports many cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, ERC tokens, Tron, and TRC tokens. As mentioned earlier, Samsung’s Blockchain Wallet also allows Galaxy users to browse other apps that use blockchain technology to enable encryption features.