HTC has just revealed its flagship blockchain-focused smartphone, and it’s called the “Exodus 1”. The company developed Zion, its own cryptocurrency wallet, to make its new phone function as a hardware cryptocurrency wallet, complete with a secure enclave – an area on the phone’s chip kept separate from the Android OS it runs – that utilizes technology made by SoftBank’s Arm Holdings to keep cryptocurrency safe. Other features include: a 6″ display with quad-HD+ resolution, a Qualcomm 845 processor, 16-megapixel dual main camera, an 8MP dual front camera with 4K video, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It’s available for pre-order now at the price of 0.15 bitcoins or 4.78 ether tokens, which equates to about $960 currently, and is expected to be ship n December. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sirin Labs have just revealed FINNEY, the world’s first dual-screen blockchain smartphone. It supports Sirin’s own digital currency, called the SRN token, and users won’t be able to buy the device without it. Thankfully, the company will auto-convert your payment into its digital currency. The smartphone runs Sirin OS, an ultra-secure and Google-certified Android 8.1 fork, and features a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, 12MP rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture, an 8MP f/2.2 front-facing camera, 3,280mAh battery, as well as a 6-inch display. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
A luxury penthouse condo in Miami sold recently for 33 bitcoin, when the price was $16,000+ for each coin before tumbling today. It’s the first property that’s listed for sale where the seller only wants cryptocurrency, according to Redfin. “This is interesting because it looks like it’s $33 but it’s 33 bitcoin. We noticed a lot are in south Florida and in California, where they mention bitcoin, though they’re all around the country. We’re going to be polling agents to see if buyers who came into bitcoin are going to be buying,” said a company representative. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the brothers who failed to gain control of Facebook after alleging that the idea had been lifted from them, have now become the world’s first Bitcoin billionaires. Recent surges in the cryptocurrencty has rocketed their initial $11 million investment made just four years ago. The brothers haven’t sold a single one of their Bitcoins, currently valued at $11,600 a piece, and watched them accrue value since it was trading at just $120. Continue reading to see a video of someone who used their Bitcoin profits to buy a Lamborghini Huracan and for more information.