Earlier this week, we had reported about Samsung’s flagship phone Galaxy S10 being equipped with a feature to store private keys. However, it seems that the smartphone maker has gone all in on cryptocurrencies. According to reports that are emerging from the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona, Samsung will come in with a built-in crypto wallet on its flagship phones.
The wallet reportedly allows users to store Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), ERC-20 tokens and ENJ (Enjin’s own coin). Most of the available indicators point that the smartphone maker has partnered with Enjin for its cryptocurrency wallet. There are also reports that Samsung’s wallet is also supporting
Enjin is a gaming community platform where its own ENJ coin is used for payments within its ecosystem and as a currency for building blockchain-based assets. It has also built a wallet which can store regular cryptocurrencies, in
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