Samsung is reportedly launching a special version of the Galaxy S10 that should make the use of cryptocurrencies and decentralized applications (dApps) even easier. For this, it cooperated with Klaytn, a subsidiary of messaging giant Kakao. The WSJ writes this based on sources that are familiar with the subject.
Samsung is said to have collaborated with Klaytn to develop a special version of the Galaxy S10. A number of dApps would be integrated on the telephone, called KlartnPhone.
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In addition, the cryptocurrency wallet of the telephone will contain a certain amount of KLAY tokens, this is the cryptocurrency token of the company that collaborated with Samsung to integrate the dApps. The sale is said to start this September. The phone will initially only be sold in South Korea.
This is not the first step for The Smart Phone Giant in the crypto and blockchain world. For example, it already revealed in February this year that it would integrate a cryptocurrency wallet in the Galaxy S10.
Rumours later arose that Samsung may be working on its blockchain and cryptocurrency, named Samsung Coin. The trademark was registered in June, but it turned out that Samsung was not behind this. Maybe it was just one of the unverified news. It can also come out that Samsung is working on its Blockchain but wants to stay low. Whatever the case is, we just have to take what we see and disregard all the rumours until they become real.
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Don’t forget that last month, They announced that the Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 +, S10 G5, Note10 and Note10 + now supports bitcoin (BTC). Users can now save the cryptocurrency in their ‘Blockchain Keystore’.
Samsung is leading this course in the smartphone blockchain integration and I am sure a lot of other companies will join soon.
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