The company linked to the world’s most prominent crypto coin has agreed to partner with Taiwan’s HTC on a smartphone geared toward the trading and use of cryptocurrency.
According to News Affinity, Bitcoin.com will work alongside HTC to ensure its Exodus 1 smartphone is fully capable of trading digital assets.
The phone has Bitcoin Cash compatibility and acts as its own fully functional wallet for the coin. Phil Chen, Chief of Decentralization at HTC, confirmed that the company’s goal for the Exodus 1 is to tap into blockchain technology and give users access to the latest era in trading and payment.
With Bitcoin.com’s support, the HTC phone is to receive a wallet app direct from the web portal in its next update. The Bitcoin Cash-attuned wallet will also unlock alternative payment methods for users alongside special deals.
Bitcoin.com CEO Stefan Rust remarked that he was excited over the partnership between his company and HTC and foresees them collaborating on more developments in the future. Him and Bitcoin.com Executive Chair Roger Ver both said they hoped the Exodus 1 will make Bitcoin Cash a more commonplace currency and attract more people to using digital money.
The partnership has already helped HTC regain some of its slipping market while Bitcoin.com is looking forward to gaining HTC’s 4 million customers.
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