HTC blockchain phones come with native support for Bitcoin Cash.
Today HTC announced a partnership with Bitcoin.com and added support for Exodus 1 blockchain mobile phone bitcoin cache. New features are included in the Exodus 1 software update from the Bitcoin.com pre-installed wallet. Bitcoin.com also sells Exodus 1 and all future versions.
Phil Chen, decentralization director of HTC, called this update a natural next step in the statement. “Zion Vault natively supports BCH in hardware, so security is closely tied to the BCH blockchain as an alternative to major pay rails and platforms,” he said.
A partnership with Zion Vault, a key management software for mobile phones, has enabled us to secure transactions for BCH by approving transactions.
Before February of last year, HTC only accepted major cryptocurrency Bitcoin and Isirium. The phone price is now $ 699.
First released at Consenses 2018, HTC is regularly updating its new blockchain feature Exodus 1. The May update allowed users to exchange cryptocurrencies in Zion Vault wallets directly.
Exodus 1 will soon be replaced by HTC’s second-generation blockchain phones. This is the new and cheap Exodus 1. Chen was previously telling CoinDesk that a $ 200- $ 300 phone will be launched in the third quarter.
HTC Exodus Photo Credit: HTC