Opera announced that they will soon provide in-built support for the TRON (TRX) blockchain and TRC-standard tokens. Among other things, the new integration will make it possible to natively use TRON-powered dapps and tokens within the browser.
In Q3 2019, HTC will introduce its new blockchain device Exodus 1s that will be the first smartphone to have full node capabilities.
Forbes, a global media company known for prominent financial and business news has released a list of 50 companies with a minimum of $1 billion valuations or revenues that are implementing blockchain technology.
The community has been waiting for it for so long: HTC has announced the official release of its first blockchain-enabled phone.
Litecoin co-founder, Charlie Lee will become an advisor to HTC Exodus, the native blockchain smartphone supporting LTC and Lightning Network designed to be launched in autumn.
The popular blockchain-based cat breeding game will launch a brand new version of its app exclusively for HTC mobile devices.
HTC has revealed its plans to build a native blockchain smartphone named Exodus, which will support underlying protocols including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Chinese e-commerce giant has unveiled its plans to launch a new service that will let customers to make payments in the virtual world by making hand gestures or nodding their heads.