CRYPTO INSIDER: HTC launches a ‘blockchain phone’


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On Tuesday, HTC unveiled the HTC Exodus — a phone that it’s describing as “the world’s first native blockchain phone.”

The Exodus will be similar to HTC’s other Android smartphones, except it’s being designed to support blockchain-based distributed apps, a feature the company describes as “built-in secure hardware.”

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