owners of Samsung Smartphones, the latest Generation may rejoice: Recently, the device also supports Bitcoin. In the run-up to criticism had become noisy, as the South Korean electronics manufacturer had only pre-installed an Ethereum Wallet.David-separator
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so Now, however. In accordance with the contents of a Blog post on Samsung's developer site "Software Development Kit (SDK)" supports the Galaxy S10 now Bitcoin. Thus, the company follows the critical voices, which had been pushed to Samsung vormaligem Ethereum-focus. From now on, developers can program so Android Apps that leverage on BTC and this is directly in Samsung devices, the latest Generation integrate. The adaptation of the step is likely to be consequently beneficial.
Earlier, the South Korean electronics group had the crypto-currency no 1 is still excluded; only ethers as well as ERC20-Token could take Users to the Smartphone of the latest Generation.
in addition to Bitcoin and Ethereum another Blockchain platform can be found in the Blog entry. The speech is of Klaytn. This is a Blockchain-project of cocoa, a subsidiary of Ground X, specialized, above all, to distributed applications. Cocoa operates, among other things, the popular Messenger App KakaoTalk.
First of all, the four Blockchain projects are only in Canada, Germany, South Korea, Switzerland, the USA and available in the United Kingdom, as the company communicates on the SDK Website.Samsung is in the Blockchain-country
The Bitcoin-support from the Galaxy S10 is part of a trend towards more Blockchain and crypto-adaptation on the part of Samsung. Only at the end of July we reported on the conclusion of a strategic partnership between Samsung SDS and the Vietnamese telecommunications provider CMC. The aim was, among other things, to promote the Blockchain technology, as well as a "digital transformation process in the country to initiate" as it is called by Nguyen Trung Chinh, CEO of CMC.
in addition, Samsung reported in July of this year, the establishment of a Blockchain consortium. The aim of the merger, which also includes companies such as LG UPlus, it is about to speed up identification procedure (KYC). To achieve this, the consortium through the Integration of the Blockchain technology in Samsung's Knox solution. One of the party, the Woori Bank, KEB, Hana Bank, SK Telecom, KTm LG Ultra Plus, and Koscom, the IT offshoot of the Korean stock exchange Korea Exchange in addition to Samsung.
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