In line with a recent official announcement, leading electronics manufacturer HTC [High Tech Computer] is rolling out in-wallet crypto trading for users of its ‘Exodus 1’ model smartphones.
Just earlier this week also, HTC announced a cheap version of its ‘blockchain‘ smartphone that is expected to arrive around by the Q3 of this year, however for now permits Zion Vault users to swap between numerous cryptocurrencies.
The feature comes as a result of of HTC’ recent collaboration with the Kyber Network, which is a renowned platform for cross-token trading solutions.
Swaps involve a section of Ethereum [ETH] based ERC-20 tokens, together with basic attention token [BAT], kyber network [KNC] and dai [DAI], thereby removing the necessity to first transfer the tokens to intermediaries like exchanges.
As reported earlier, HTC intends to create its ‘blockchain‘-enabled smartphone accessible to entry-level users. The cheaper model of the ‘Exodus 1’, also called ‘Exodus 1S’, will have the option of running a full node Bitcoin [BTC] network.
HTC isn’t alone within the blockchain smartphone arena, with South Korean giant ‘Samsung’ ‘revealing‘ its own plans for the Galaxy S10 device wallets earlier this year.
Recently, native media outlet ‘Business Korea’ additionally ‘reported‘ that the wallets might find their approach onto other Samsung smartphones targeting lower-income users.