The company’s flagship Galaxy S10 series was launched in March 2019. Telephone, Ethereum (ETH) and related ERC-20 tokens for crypto money storage and serving procedures Blockcha the Keystore Although the launch was excluded from Bitcoin with this feature.
Samsung brings Bitcoin support to its latest phones
South Korean technology giant, some S10 models (S10e, S10, S10 + and S10 5G), Note10 and Note10 + devices developer kit (SDK) has also included Bitcoin.
The SDK allows Android devices to connect Blockchain addresses to the Blockchain Key Store, sign crypto money transactions, and check the Key Store status.
Limited to some countries
The phone’s Blockchain feature is currently only available in Canada, Germany, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
The SDK additions also support Klaytn, recently launched by Korean messaging giant Kakao. Last week, Kakao’s Blockchain, GroundX, launched a new wallet for the Klay, the Clip, which first unveiled its first dapp partners.
Samsung currently lists 17 dapps in Keystore and is developing its own Blockchain-based on the Ethereum. As a result of all these studies, the company may also launch its own token.