Adds Multiple DApps-HTC’s Blockchain Phone Exodus Partners With Opera Browser

Smartphone Exodus focused on the TV channel developed by the gigantic HTC, announced the signing of a partnership with Opera Browser as well as the support of several DApps. The news was released on February 26 in a series of tweets posted on Twitter.

The company announced support for Etheremon and Decentraland DApps in its integrated ZIONVault storage system. Also, according to the Verge report, the smartphone now supports Taiwan's DApp called Numbers.


Numbers will track user data and allow them to sell their data to third parties for cryptocurrencies while retaining control over shared data and transparency for the companies concerned.

Earlier compatibility of the blockchain phone included support for the encrypted wallet and DApp CryptoKitties.

Additionally, adding Opera Browser to Exodus allows users to access their embedded browser cryptographic portfolio for payments and micropayments on sites that support it. The Verge reports that Exodus currently only supports Ethereum (ETH) payments, but plans to add Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) shortly.

Phil Chen, HTC's principal decentralized agent, told The Verge that:

"You can now pay an amount of 0.00002 ETH [equivalent to $ 0.0027] and never in the history of the microplates that made sense. There will be no transaction fees, or you'll have to share your revenue with the App Store."


Chen also said in the article that the next step for the company to turn every phone into what is defined as a "partial node" block, to facilitate the exchange between the phone owner.

The Verge also reported that March Exodus would be available for purchase in fiat currencies, while the only crypto was previously accepted.

As Cointelegraph reported at the beginning of February, the version of Android's main web browser Opera now includes a feature that allows users to purchase Ethereum through their browsers.

Also, he recently learned that Samsung's new smartphone, Galaxy S10, will contain private key cryptocurrencies.

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