After integration with huge cryptos, South Korean tech giant Samsung has expanded the coins supported by the Galaxy S10 smartphone with three stablecoins.
According to a U.today report, Samsung’s new flagship smartphone now supports TrueUSD (TUSD), Maker (MKR), and USD Coin (USDC) as those three stablecoins.
Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 currently supports Basic Attention Token (BAT) which is Brave’s native token, a blockchain-based internet browser, that is used to reward users for watching advertisements. According to recent reports, the digital wallet on Samsung’s new smartphone presently supports 33 digital currencies in total, including Bitcoin (BTC), Binance’s native token Binance Coin (BNB) and Ether (ETH). As previously reported by Cointelegraph, the supported currencies also include KuKoin Shares (KCS), NEM (XEM), Kyber Network (KNC), Qtum (QTUM), as well as native tokens of cryptocurrency payments startup Pundi X, following the integration of their XWallet.
Changpeng Zhao, who is the CEO of Binance, reportedly noted that the scope of the deal is significant, and he will be an active supporter of the new Samsung phone.
“Not a small deal, right? Guess which phone I will be buying and recommending to all of my friends! It’s spreading.” On Aug. 27, the large smartphone operator China Telecom discharged a white paper on blockchain-powered smartphones within the 5G Era, providing a short description of a project of SIM card-based blockchain digital asset management system.