The binary blockchain receives the support of the Taiwanese giant of HTC smartphones

By Roberto D. | CryptoFarm | 3 weeks ago

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EXODUS1, the first blockchain smartphone distributed by the Taiwanese giant HTC; today the company announced that with the launch of the next version the smartphone will be integrated with a chain binance to allow the exchange of cryptocurrencies and decentralized tokens. The EXODUS1, therefore, thanks to the new version of the native Zion Valut wallet, will make it possible to take full advantage of the opportunities that derive from the integration between the device itself and the binary blockchain, allowing users to directly access the decentralized exchange from their device. Phil Chen, responsible for HTC's decentralized technologies, made no secret of being inspired by the work of Binance in studying future innovations that will be introduced with future versions of the smartphone. More in detail, in a press release shared today by cointelegraph, it can be read that:

"We are collaborating with the most important cryptocurrency exchange in the world to ensure that not only can users have full control over their keys but they are also able to execute a complete bitcoin node on their device"

Changpeng Zhao, CEO of binance, reiterated how smartphones are key devices for the growth of the cryptocurrency market; after all, each of us always carries these devices with him and, as the use of crypto spreads, the need to withdraw from an ATM and, consequently, to use intermediaries to manage our money will disappear because we will be able to manage everything very comfortably through our phone. If we also think that by now computers are increasingly being reduced and that between raspberry and mini PC now the size of a PC does not exceed that of a pack of cigarettes, it is clear that, in the near future, phones and personal computers will converge into a single device, allowing things that are difficult to imagine today. In short, in a few years smartphones will be very different from what they are today and the same is true for PCs; we will therefore have devices the size of a smartphone, which will certainly allow us to make phone calls, but which will substantially be real computers in terms of computing power and storage capacity. Always Zhao said he was particularly excited about the new EXODUS1 and stated that:

"The implications are profound and far-reaching. The most innovative smartphone manufacturers are working hard to adopt cryptography. We are happy to support and work with HTC EXODUS to ensure that its users can access the Binance blockchain and our decentralized exchange, allowing anyone to use cryptocurrencies and our exchange anywhere, anytime "

If we associate all the things we have just written with the rise of OLED technology, which allows for highly versatile and foldable monitors, we begin to get an idea of what the devices of the future will be, extremely manageable and small, with nothing to sacrifice to the computing power, they will be more than telephones and more than a simple computer, they will allow us to have the same operations that today the banks offer us without having to resort to intermediaries of any kind.


Roberto D.
Roberto D.

Born in Italy, I live in Italy, passionate about cryptocurrencies since I discovered ethereum in 2015


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