The HTC Exodus 1 is a blockchain phone you can only buy with cryptocurrency

Preorders for the HTC Exodus 1 are presently open, with a normal ship date in December.




HTC just propelled its initial access period for the HTC Exodus 1, the organization’s first blockchain telephone.

What does a “blockchain telephone” even mean? All things considered, as per HTC, it’s called that since it’s blockchain-scrambled, and committed to security and decentralized applications. The telephone additionally goes about as its very own blockchain hub (you can peruse more about how blockchain functions in this CNET explainer).

The HTC Exodus 1 gives a protected place to store the keys to your digital money. The “safe enclave” – as HTC calls it – is shielded from whatever is left of the telephone and its Android OS. There’s likewise a Social Key Recovery system, which gives you a chance to pick a couple of dependable contacts to hold a bit of your crypto keys, so you can gain admittance to your digital money if your telephone is lost or stolen or on the off chance that you overlook your data.

Specs for the telephone include:

  • 6-inch QHD+ show with 18:9 viewpoint proportion
  • Android Oreo
  • 6GB of RAM
  • 126GB of interior stockpiling
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor
  • 16-megapixel double back camera
  • 8-megapixel double front camera
  • 3,500mAh battery
  • IP68 waterproof rating




Since this is a cryptographic money driven telephone, you can just get it with Bitcoin or Ethereum. It costs 0.15 BTC or 4.78 ETH, or, in other words, £740 or AU$1,355. That places it in the value scope of an iPhone XS or Samsung Galaxy Note 9, yet you’re paying for the security of blockchain (and the specs look quite great on paper, as well).

You can preorder the HTC Exodus 1 on the HTC Exodus site. The telephone is accessible in 34 nations including the US, UK, Taiwan, Singapore, New Zealand, Norway and different European nations. It’s required to transport in December.

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