Phil Chen said that through Exodus, we are very pleased to support the underlying protocols, such as Bitcoin, Lightning Networks, Ethereum, Dfinity and so on. To integrate blockchain applications with handset hardware, we hope to support the entire blockchain ecosystem. It is worth noting that HTC is not the first manufacturer to think of a blockchain mobile phone. Sinin Labs announced in September last year that the $1,000 blockchain smart phone will be released in October this year.
However, what kind of functionality these phones can provide to improve cryptocurrency and the cryptocurrency experience of users on ordinary smartphones is still unknown. However, blockchain smartphones are touted as providing better security and user experience by integrating cold wallet storage rights into mobile phones, and enabling peers on the mobile network to trade directly in local cryptocurrencies without paying mining fees. .