14/08/19 05:10 UTC-4

Samsung seamlessly adds Bitcoin support to the Blockchain Keystore

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Samsung adds Bitcoin support

According to an update on their site, on August 13, South Korean electronics giant Samsung seamlessly added Bitcoin support to its BlockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
Keystore online store of decentralized applications (dapps).

 

Bitcoins in Samsung Blockchain Keystore

Earlier, Keystore only supported the Ethereum blockchain. Now it supports Bitcoin and the Klaytn blockchain, according to an update on Samsung's developer site.

Klaytn is a blockchain project of the largest Korean social messaging company Kakao.

Support is, however, limited to six devices: Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G, Note10, and Note10+. It is available only in seven countries: Canada, Germany, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the US, and the United Kingdom.

As the cryptocurrency news showed, Samsung Blockchain KeyStore was first introduced earlier this year as "a safe and comfortable place for your cryptocurrency" and "to protect and manage your private blockchain key."

Samsung has seamlessly added Bitcoin support to its online store of decentralized applications (dapps). Let us remind you that on July 29, PundiX blockchain service announced that the new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will include support for their blockchain. To provide a new crypto-asset management experience, PundiX has integrated the Samsung Blockchain Wallet.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

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