Samsung Electronics has actually exposed the cryptocurrency wallet for its simply released flagship phone, the Galaxy S10.
According to a report from CoinDesk Korea released Sunday, the Samsung Blockchain Wallet is presently suitable just with ether (ETH) and ethereum-based ERC20 tokens. Bitcoin is not yet supported, in spite of the logo design appearing on earlier pre-release discussion images.
The wallet likewise supports 4 decentralized apps (dapps): crypto video gaming platform Enjin, charm neighborhood Cosmee, crypto antiques platform CryptoKitties and merchant payments service CoinDuck.
The wallet app can be downloaded just on Galaxy S10 phones from the Samsung Galaxy Store. The company stated it prepares to broaden the service to more gadgets and cryptocurrencies in the future.
The phone formally began delivering from pre-order sales on March 8.
The news came weeks after Samsung offered the very first confirmation that it would use personal cryptocurrency essential storage on the S10 variety. Not long after, the company exposed the very first information of the storage service, the “Blockchain Keystore,” which appears to have 3 broad functions: payments to merchants, digital signatures and cryptocurrency storage and transfers.
Samsung Blockchain Wallet will be utilized in combination with Blockchain Keystore and is developed to streamline the deals procedure for beginners to the innovation, according to CoinDesk Korea.
Through the supported CoinDuck dapp, users can likewise pay to merchants, CoinDesk Korea stated in another report on Monday.
CoinDuck’s parent company, Chain Partners, stated:
“It was inconvenient to copy the address of the merchant’s wallet and paste it into the personal wallet. We have dramatically improved the usability of CoinDuck and Samsung Blockchain Wallet.”