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HTC is Working on “Exodus,“ a new Blockchain Phone

HTC made headlines recently as the phone company confirmed that it would be making the “world’s first major blockchain phone.” This phone is said to allow users to own their digital identity and is reported to cost around $1,000.

HTC is making a blockchain phone

The phone dubbed “Exodus” is still covered in a lot of mystery as we only have a blueprint drawing of this device. HTC has said that it is expected to release the phone before the end of this year and that more details will be provided in the 3rd quarter of this year.

A new position was even created at HTC called the Chief Crypto Officer, and the new CCO did have a lot to say about the upcoming device.

The CCO mentioned that the phone is an attempt to make data as secure and protected as they are in the blockchain. In summary the essence of the phone is: “We envision a phone where you hold your own keys, you own your own identity and data, and your phone is the hub.”

Many consider this phone by HTC as an attempt to bring the company back to its glory days. We cannot say for sure, but this phone does sound like one that has a targeted population in mind already. To make it appeal to a more general population, HTC partnered with Cryptokitties, a popular game where you can digitally trade cats.

This new phone is expected to be available throughout the world expect in China.

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