Samsung Electronics released the latest version of Galaxy Note 10. In order to increase acceptance of blockchain technology, it will come with a pre-installed cryptocurrency wallet. Samsung to release blockchain-enabled Galaxy Note 10 Smartphones.
The phone will be marketed as a “KlaytnPhone” after the blockchain network of South Korean messaging giant Kakao, as reported in an article by the Wall Street Journal last week.
The KlatynPhone is a variant of Samsung’s latest handset, the Galaxy Note 10. But comes with a cryptocurrency wallet, DLT applications, and free KLAY tokens.
Blockchain applications on the Klaytn network are now accessible through Google’s Android system for non-Samsung devices. Only the Klaytn edition will support full-scale Klaytn network transactions.
The phone will also include the different characteristics of Klaytn. The creator says is all about reducing the confusion surrounding blockchain technology.
While the Klaytn network has been functioning since June this year, it has not yet listed on trading exchanges for its native crypto Klay.
Samsung to release blockchain-enabled Galaxy Note 10 Smartphones. It first disclosed in March this year, a crypto-friendly flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, which comes with digital wallets supporting cryptocurrencies such as ether (ETH) and Ethereum-based ERC-20 tokens.
Samsung is the biggest manufacturer of smartphones in the world, while Kakao is the most famous instant messenger in South Korea.
The new product will only be available for sale on Samsung’s native South Korean market.
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