Samsung has a dedicated cryptocurrency wallet for Galaxy smartphones that many may not be aware of. From today, the service will support third-party wallets and cryptocurrencies wallets.
This is the Korean tech giant Says Samsung Blockchain Wallet has recently undergone changes to make it easier for people to store their cryptographic assets. Samsung wallet can now be connected to hardware wallets including Ledger Nano S and Ledger Nano X. Of course, you should keep in mind that support for this wallet is still limited to Bitcoin, Atrium, ERC20 and TRON tokens and TRC tokens.
With this service, users can also access the latest news in the world of cryptocurrencies. Samsung has made it possible for a dedicated newsreader to deliver news to sites like CoinDesk.
The Samsung Wallet will also support decentralized applications (DApps) built on blockchain for authentication and exchange of assets across different platforms. The assets you store in this wallet are encrypted with Samsung Knox Secure System. Your sensitive and confidential data is stored in a separate space from the operating system so that it is not compromised. In addition, they are protected by a dedicated secure processor and can only be accessed via fingerprint or PIN.
Samsung believes that innovation is only possible through free and participatory policies, which is why it has opened access to its blockchain ecosystem through the Samsung Blockchain SDK. Developers can now build decentralized applications that control and manage blockchain accounts.
Samsung Blockchain Wallet is available for phones equipped with Android 9 or higher. However, the company says access to these features may vary depending on the device model and target market.