Cryptographic mining smartphone

Electroneum, an UK-based electronic payment company, has launched the smartphone M1, which can do password-protected mining. The price is 80 dollars. With this smartphone, you can mine ETN, which is a cipher, and use it for shopping, online services, currency and data communication payments.

M1 has its own cloud mining technology. Users can simply dig up their self-encrypting ETNs by running the app in offline mode. The mined ETN can also be used to pay for shopping, online services, call charges and data communications charges.

ETN is ranked 63rd in market capitalization by coin market cap and its total value is about $ 60 million.

Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone announced on February 20 supports the function to store the secret key of the password. HTC, a smartphone maker, also announced Exodus, a block-chain smartphone. The product supports several different types of DAP applications in conjunction with Opera, a Web browser. For more information, please click here .



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