No Bitcoin Support On Galaxy S10, Only Ethereum

Samsung recently hosted its Unpacked event and showed off the Galaxy S10 lineup to the world. Well, the event didn’t gain that much traction so little was known about the offering aside from the fact that it was dubbed as the “blockchain keystore”. The idea of the keystore is so that private keys can be stored on the phone for […]

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New Samsung Galaxy S10 To Store Private Keys

Samsung’s move may put pressure on “blockchain phones” like the FINNEY and Exodus 1 to add features. On Wednesday, February 20, Samsung unveiled its latest smartphone, which it says has the ability to keep your private keys secure.  According to Samsung’s press release, the Galaxy S10 delivers a number of snazzy features including an upgraded camera, intelligent Wi-Fi, and security […]

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Galaxy S10 Offers Cryptocurrency Private Key Storage

Its now confirmed that the Galaxy S10 supports crypto. With its headquarters based in South Korea, Samsung, an electronic conglomerate, has officially entered the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry after announcing a variety of new electronic products ranging from foldable phones to new wearables. The new flagship smartphone will have a dedicated secure storage function specifically created for digital currency private […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Brings Built-In Crypto Support – Samsung Knox

All tech enthusiasts have been waiting for Samsung’s next major flagship, the Galaxy S10. But for a while now, crypto enthusiasts have been waiting for the phone reveal as well. Samsung’s event revealed the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone and Bitcoin investors, together with all crypto enthusiasts were basically more interested in one thing – whether it has an integrated […]

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Rumors Samsung S10 to Include a Crypto Wallet

The march towards mainstream integration continues as what may be leaked images of Samsung S10 show an integrated crypto wallet. The leak apparently came from what looks like a cryptonian with Sammobile claiming they’ve confirmed it, but they don’t say how they did do so. Not mentioning even that there were any sources, let alone who the sources might be. It […]

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