World’s First Blockchain Smartphone to Support Litecoin (LTC)
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee announced his Twitter followers that the HTC Exodus smartphone will support LTC and “Lightning Network [LN] on Litecoin natively”.
Charlie Lee tweeted this morning about a new collaboration between his decentralized network and HTC Exodus. Here’s what he wrote:
“Met the HTC Exodus team last week and was really excited to hear the phone will support LTC and Lightning Network on Litecoin natively! I will be an advisor as I see having a secure crypto phone that makes LN simple is needed for mass adoption.”
Met the HTC Exodus team last week and was really excited to hear the phone will support LTC and Lightning Network on Litecoin natively! I will be an advisor as I see having a secure crypto phone that makes LN simple is needed for mass adoption.
P.S. No, they will not remove BTC. https://t.co/WQcygPVst0
— Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] (@SatoshiLite) July 30, 2018
We would like to remind you that Taiwanese electronics manufacturer HTC Corporation, has revealed its plans on launching the “world’s first ever native blockchain smartphone which will run on decentralized applications (DApps)” as early as May 2018, according to Coindoo‘s previously news.
The electronics giant has produced during its existence more than 100 million smartphones, and now promises to “reshape the internet” by “making decentralization a reality.”
The new HTC Exodus is due to be released this year.
BTC and ETH will be supported as well
Furthermore, to the same extent as Litecoin (LTC) holders, the new product will also support Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), two of the world’s most famous cryptocurrencies. As reported by the Taiwanese giant, the upcoming smartphone is set to support cryptocurrency-powered transactions between users of the same product.
When everything seemed to be enough, the company enjoyed its users on 10 July with a new announcement. According to it, the Exodus smartphone will come with a built-in crypto wallet and famous CryptoKitties game.
“I want to see a world where the end consumers can truly own their data (browsing history, identity, assets, wallets, emails, messaging, etc) without the need for central authorities. There is a lot of work ahead of us, but I believe the mobile hardware layer can contribute significantly to our new decentralized world,” stated Phil Chen, the company’s Decentralized Chief Officer.