Binance HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1 launched at $599


HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1, developed in collaboration with Binance, is the most awaited phone this season. Exodus 1 Binance Edition is the first-ever blockchain smartphone offering enterprise-grade security to retail consumers. Buyers can also configure their custom cryptocurrency keys for smooth operations and transactions.

The original Exodus 1 smartphone was a novelty concept that soon turned out to be a sales success. The latest HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1, made in collaboration with Binance, will be a Chain-ready performance crypto beast. It delivers out-of-box Binance DEX support as default besides offering users the ubiquitous TrustWallet and Binance app.

Binance HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1 brings exciting innovation

HTC Chief Officer Decentralized, Phil Chen, adds that Binance has always led the innovation charge when it comes to exploring new blockchain technologies. It has challenged the conventional barriers of how blockchain operations work. HTC Blockchain Phone Exodus 1 aspires to recreate this same inspiration to break the borders.

He says that HTC is happy to partner with Binance which is the biggest crypto exchange globally. We aim to provide the phone’s users with the ability to customize their phone’s keys and operate their very own bitcoin node themselves. That truly represents a blockchain decentralized concept application. Such collaboration will certainly bring forth new blockchain paradigms as well as the digital asset industry.

Specifications of HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1

The official sales of the phone will begin later this month on the Exodus website. The price of the phone will be approximately six hundred dollars ($599) – a full hundred dollars less than the original Exodus 1 model. First buyers will also enjoy a BNB airdrop when they purchase the device. It will have a six-inch LCD with a resolution of 1440×2880 pixels. There’s a sixteen-megapixel camera with six GB of RAM. Processing power comes from the top-notch Snapdragon 845 processor.

Smartphones are already achieving desktop-level performance. With blockchain, these developments are surely going to be more secure. They are ideal devices for a secure hardware wallet. When you combine both, we have a winning payment device that’s secure, affordable, and cutting-edge. The implications brought to the fore with HTC Blockchain phone Exodus 1 will be a benchmark for the smartphones of the future.

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Gurpreet Thind

Gurpreet Thind

Gurpreet Thind is pursuing Masters in Electrical Engineering at University of Ottawa. His scholarly interests include IT, computer languages and cryptocurrencies. With a special interest in blockchain powered architectures, he seeks to explore the societal impact of digital currencies as finance of the future. He is passionate about learning new languages, cultures and social media.

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