Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with cryptowallet and airdrop from KLAY tokens

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with cryptowallet and airdrop from KLAY tokens

Phone giant Samsung is planning to release a crypto version of the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung is working together with Kakao Corp, which will launch the KLAY token on the market. In addition to a crypto wallet, users of the Galaxy Note 10 also receive an unknown number of KLAY tokens. So actually a kind of airdrop.

This is all apparent from an article by The Wallstreet Journal (behind a payment wall).

KlaytnPhone comes with free coins

Samsung will collaborate with Kakao Corp for the Galaxy Note 10. Kakao Corp. is a tech giant from South Korea. The organization recently launched its own blockchain (Klaytn). The corresponding token is called KLAY, this token wants Kakao Corp. with an ICO. Kakao wants to market the Galaxy Note 10 as the “KlaytnPhone”.

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With the Galaxy Note 10, a wallet is built in as standard and a number of KLAY tokens are included. So you can see this as a kind of airdrop, an issue of free crypto coins or tokens. In addition, the phone has a number of “Klaytn blockchain features.” It is not clear what that means exactly, there is still nothing to be found about it.

Curious about the Galaxy Note 10 with built-in wallet? Then that is a pity, the telephone is only available on the South Korean market. The phone is also available in other countries, but without a cryptocurrency wallet from Klaytn.

Apart from the article from the anonymous source from The Wallstreet Journal, there is still no official confirmation from Samsung or from Kakao Corp. So we keep an eye on the story.

Samsung Galaxy S10 also with its own wallet

Since this year, Samsung has focused entirely on cryptocurrency and blockchain. The Samsung Galaxy S10 also has its own wallet. That wallet supports, among other things, bitcoin, binance coin, and various ERC20 tokens.

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Recently Samsung has also added support for various stablecoins. You can now also save TrueUSD, Maker and USDCoin with the Samsung Galaxy S10.

More and more “blockchain telephones”

Samsung is not the only telephone manufacturer that deals with cryptocurrency and blockchain. Previously, HTC introduced a blockchain-focused marketing device: the HTC Exodus 1. This phone has its own hardware wallet. You can also run your own node with the telephone.

Funny detail: in the beginning you could buy the HTC Exodus 1 with crypto, and there was a fixed price in cryptocurrency. Because the exchange rates for coins such as bitcoin and ether fell at the end of 2018, you could get a substantial discount. HTC has now adjusted this, and the prices in cryptocurrency are linked to the price in dollars.


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