Blockchain PhoneIt started with Sirin Labs, whose pioneering phone 'Finney,' let people store and use digital currencies without transaction fees. Then HTC came to the party with the world's second blockchain phone called Exodus 1. This phone boasts a "Social Key Recovery" function that lets a user use a select number of trusted contacts to regain access to their funds, should they lose their private key. Kinda cool. But now... Samsung is about to join the battle. Yes, one of the world's biggest phone makers is reportedly on the verge of creating its own blockchain smartphone. But how do we know this? Well, we don't know it for definite, but there's something cooking in the kitchen.
European TrademarksEarlier in the week, Samsung submitted three European trademark requests for blockchain-based smartphone features. They are named as the following:
- Blockchain KeyStore
- Blockchain Key Box
- Blockchain Core