Samsung Galaxy S10 Bitcoin

Samsung Galaxy S10: Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Rumor Comes True

Samsung has unveiled their newest flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10 in Seoul recently. During a leak back in January 2019, it was rumored that this new Samsung smartphone will come with a dedicated secure storage solution where users can store their private keys. This rumor has been confirmed now. Samsung Galaxy S10 does come with an app called Samsung Blockchain Keystore, which will store cryptocurrency private keys.

Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Rumor about Samsung Galaxy S10 is Confirmed Now

Leaked images of Samsung Galaxy S10 in January showed that this new flagship smartphone will come with Samsung Blockchain Keystore. During Seoul’s unpacking event of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the rumor of a crypto hardware wallet is confirmed.

Galaxy S10 does come with a dedicated and secure storage solution, which
helps in storing cryptocurrency private keys. As Samsung is extremely active in
integrating blockchain technology and development of crypto chips, it was almost
certain that the January leaks of the well-awaited smartphone will come true.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Bitcoin

Last year Samsung was highly active in the development of certain applications based on blockchain technology. In the European Union, Samsung filed 3 blockchain trademark applications. These three applications applied for the trademark on:

  1. Blockchain
    KeyStore
  2. Blockchain
    Core
  3. Blockchain
    Key Box

In fact, Samsung has also started ASIC hardware’s mass production for mining
cryptocurrency. The production started back in January 2019.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Stores Bitcoin and Ethereum

The flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone of Samsung reportedly comes with hardware-backed secure storage. This is where the crypto private keys of the user can be stored. The official press release of Samsung Galaxy S10 says:

“Galaxy
S10 is built with defense-grade Samsung Knox, as well as a secure storage
backed by hardware, which houses your private keys for blockchain-enabled
mobile services.”

Reports say Samsung is also preparing its users for blockchain and crypto adoption. That’s why they have incorporated Blockchain tutorials on their smartphones. It is learned that the hardware wallet supports both Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

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