Taiwanese electronics manufacturer HTC began selling blockchain smartphones EXODUS 1 for Fiat currency, Litecoin and Binance Coin. The price of the gadget is $699. The representatives of the company said at the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona.

Note that at the moment EXODUS 1 is only sold in the online store, but HTC is already in talks with Telecom operators about physical sales in their stores.

At the same time in EXODUS 1 adds support for Opera browser that will allow users to make micro-transactions right on the sites. Zion mobile wallet also allows payments through decentralized applications.

We are thrilled to announce the partnership between @Mozilla and the #EXODUS1 . Together we are enabling a secure and user friendly ecosystem for the #blockchain community. #BUIDL #HODL #HTCEXODUS #ZIONVault pic.twitter.com/cqUcAkozHZ

— HTC EXODUS (@htcexodus) February 26, 2019

While Zion is running in a trusted execution environment without communication with the operating system of the phone itself, that strengthens the security of the wallet.

Today EXODUS 1 also supports decentralized applications Decentraland and Etheremon.

#EXODUS1 loves collectibles. We just added support for @myetheremon and @decentraland for the #ZIONVault. #NFT #ERC721 #HTCEXODUS #etheremon #decentraland pic.twitter.com/os5v1gYwZs

— HTC EXODUS (@htcexodus) February 26, 2019

Earlier, models Samsung Galaxy S10 appeared to store private crypto keys.

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