The earlier version is the universal wallet of the digital world, and can provide hardware support for encrypted currencies such as bitcoin and Ethernet currency.
HTC has also announced a partnership with Crypto Kitties, a blockchain game that allows users to create digital characters for trading, raising, and so on. The app will be the first to log on to the U12.
It is not clear how HTC Exodus is going to play. It seems to be related to mining and network security.
But the core of the block chain is de centralization, and Phil Chen, chief cryptographic officer of Exodus, says he wants to give users a unique, personalized digital identity through this cell phone.
Earlier, Sirin Lab, a British start-up company, launched a block chain intelligent machine with a price of up to $999, but Sirin Lab did not operate well, and has been laying off workers.