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HTC to launch its blockchain smartphone later this year

14 July 2018

The Exodus device should be available in early Q3 for the first users, the company said.

The company even laid off 1,500 employees in Taiwan at the beginning of this month in an attempt to cut costs.

It is also known that HTC is partnering together with CryptoKitties, now the second most popular dApp game (second to Etheremon).

For the moment, there are no details on what specifications the Exodus phone will launch with, although for $1000 you might hope that it will feature the latest and greatest hardware possible.

The Exodus, from HTC, is set to bring blockchain and cryptocurrency to the smartphone... But sales and popularity for the company's devices falling year-by-year.

In the new internet age people are generally more conscious about their data, this a flawless opportunity to empower the user to start owning their digital identity.

On its availability and its scope, HTC said the device will have a global audience and will be available globally one released. It turns out that we are waiting for another top phone at an inflated price-but the HTC is waiting for another failed financial report for the year 2018.

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Keeping all this in mind We could say this is the only Phone HTC is relying upon as of now, as already HTC is failing in the Android Smartphones and this Blockchain Smartphone might really change them.

First the news of the company developing the Blockchain-based "Exodus" phone appeared in May and since then, according to the HTC reps, tens of thousands of people have made a pre-order.

Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC announced on Tuesday that it has partnered with the popular CryptoKitties game that clogged the Ethereum network shortly after its launch last November.

In the smartphone market, HTC has been struggling for a few years now to compete with the titans of the industry.

HTC has released more details of its planned blockchain smartphone.

The HTC Exodus will include support for decentralised applications and will be able to run nodes on the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains, too.

The company, which plans to start manufacturing in May this year, has launched the Exodus website through which interested buyers can reserve their phones.

HTC to launch its blockchain smartphone later this year