Major cell phone manufacturer HTC has made a big announcement at the New York Magical Crypto Conference this week. The company through its decentralized chief officer Phil Chen announced that it will be launching its new phone which can support the full Bitcoin blockchain with a full node. An improvement from EXODUS 1 The new
This week, the average trading volume of few cryptocurrencies are running on a peak – which is perhaps influencing the market cap of other coins as well. In fact, the XRP listing on Coinbase Pro, Decentaland’s boost from HTC partnership and very latest, LTC partnership with CU Entertainment Global are encouraging the daily trading volume
Partnerships have been a great way for projects to work around and bring real-life use to their coins and tokens. While many coins have already found great partners, Decentraland too has its right match as the coin announced its recent partnership with smartphone giant HTC. Decentraland [MANA] price up by 45% While partnership news has
Finally, HTC’s first blockchain based phone and yes you need cryptocurrencies buy it. According to the recent announcement coming from the company, HTC’s blockchain-based phone Exodus 1 will be available for pre-order at a price of 0.15 bitcoins or 4.78 ether tokens, which translates to about $960, and is expected to be shipped by December.
Crypto Maverick and Litecoin founder Charlie Lee have added another feather to his cap as he now finds his place as an advisor for HTC Exodus Smartphones, distributed ledger smartphone, intended to be launched in fall 2018. HTC also announced that its phones will support LTC and Lightning Network on Litecoin natively. Litecoin closer to