South Korean company Samsung launches blockchain version of the recently released flagship smartphone Note 10. Phone owners will be able to use dApps, and will receive a certain number of tokens Klay on their wallets.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the new phone will work on the blockchain Korean messenger Kakao called Klay. Starting today, the best dApps and a built-in wallet will be available for buyers from South Korea.
In addition, buyers of the phone will receive a certain number of tokens Klay, native active network Klaytn.
Access blockchain Klaytn will be able to not only owners of Samsung. As previously reported, the company LG is one of the earliest participants blockchain project Kakao.
Earlier, Samsung has added support cryptocurrency Klay to your decentralized Samsung app store Keystore.