Sirin Labs will release a smartphone on the blockchain. What we know about him?

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2018-05-09 20:15:05

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Sirin Labs will release a smartphone on the blockchain. What we know about him?

In January canadian VersaBank the intention to create a digital safe for cryptocurrency. The financial institution will keep the client assets on a dedicated server with protection against hacking. Now Bitcoin paranoid can be quiet for their transaction — Sirin Labs published specifications of the new smartphone with data encryption on transactions and built-in cold wallet. About it writes .

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Smartphone for cryptocurrency

it is Expected that the device will be available in late 2018. Money to develop the smartphone, the company raised with the ICO Sirin Labs managed to attract 157,8 million dollars. The production phone will the Chinese Foxconn, which assembles the iPhone. Sirin startup Labs will be responsible for the development of the encrypted operating system.

the smartphone will be built in a cold wallet that supports all major cryptocurrencies, as well as 128 GB of RAM and 6 GB of main memory. The device will be equipped with the basic 12-megapixel front and 8-megapixel camera and "ultra-secure" fingerprint sensor.

Now, in addition to the new smartphone, Foxconn produces the iPhone, Kindle, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Sony PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One from Microsoft.

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