HTC’s blockchain-based smartphone Exodus, developed by the HTC electronic giant, announced their official partnership with Opera Browser that reached our blockchain news today as well as the added support for a couple of dApps.
The news was first published in a series of Tweets today from the official account of the company.
The company announced the added support for the Decentraland dApp and Etheremon in its ZIONVault which is integrated cold storage. Also, according to a report the Exodus smartphone also provided support for the Taiwanese dApp named Numbers.
The Numbers dApp tracks the user data and allows users to sell their data to other users in return for the cryptocurrency. Also, users are able to retain control over the data they are sharing and are able to always look into the companies that are interested in the data, so transparency is guaranteed.
By adding the Opera Browser, the users can access the integrated wallet in the browser and also can make micropayments on the website that basically support it. Other reports show that Exodus currently provides payment support for Ethereum but plans to add Bitcoin and Litecoin in the close future.
The chief decentralized officer of HTC, Phil Chen stated:
“Now you could pay an amount like 0.00002 ETH [equivalent to about $0.0027]. And never in the history of micropayments did that make sense. There’d be a transaction fee or you’d have to share revenue with the app store.”
He was also quoted saying that the next step for the company is to make each phone as a partial node of a blockchain in order to ease the process of trading between different phone owners.
Exodus will be available for purchase with fiat currencies as well.
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