HTC is releasing a new version of the blockchain smartphone, Exodus 1. It will support Binance and is available for purchase soon.
The company has made an announcement that it will launch an Exodus 1 smartphone. The device will support the Binance exchange and the token. As per the news, support for Binance Chain in Zion Vault wallet will be added to Exodus 1 Binance version. In fact, it will open straight access to Binance DEX through the phone.
“Smartphones will play a key role in the mass adoption of crypto and smartphones are the most natural devices for a hardware wallet that is simple to use and always with you,” said Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance. “Crypto, on the other hand, will make every smartphone both a POS terminal and payment device, cutting out most other middlemen.
The crypto phone will be available on the HTC Exodus site. The first hundred buyers will get $100 in BNB as a reward.
HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition will cost $599. In Europe, the device will be offered for 649 euros.
Smartphones and blockchain
Taiwanese HTC was the first developer and producer of a specialized phone for cryptocurrency holders on the market. HTC Exodus 1 was launched at the end of October 2018.
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