Recently, LG Corporation announced that they are going to launch their own blockchain smartphones sometime soon. That way the South Korean electronics giant is following Samsung’s KlaytnPhone.
Just recently, in a medium blog post, PundiX team has revealed that they have successfully integrated Samsung Blockchain Wallet into their payment app.
According to Samsung’s Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, the company will collaborate with platform companies on further blockchain development and invest in startups involved in 6G mobile networks and system semiconductors.
Samsung may have offered the entire crypto market a lifeline through the introduction of new devices with built-in crypto support features enabling users to transact using digital tokens.
Samsung Pay’s massive global user base can help in the mass adoption of digital currencies and can possibly offer an exponential growth to the payments platform.
Enjin is chosen by Samsung to back a blockchain wallet in Galaxy S10 smartphone, fueling the strongest single-day gain in the history of the Enjin Coin.
Yesterday I had an opportunity to see (and try) new Samsung Galaxy S10. It is long awaited and the latest entry in the hugely-successful Galaxy S range. From the moment you pick it up the latest flagship, it’s clear that a lot has changed.
Though crypto enthusiasts have practically lost their hope, it has been confirmed that the new Galaxy S10 will have an in-build crypto wallet called Samsung Blockchain Wallet.
Samsung has finally introduced its new Galaxy S10 line. The devices offer multiple innovations including its multi-layered government-grade protection platform Samsung Knox.