Now You Can Switch Over 60 Cryptos on Your HTC Exodus 1

You Can now Switch Over 60 Cryptos on Your HTC Exodus 1

[embedded content] KNC price graph: Cryptocurrency integration using everyday devices just took yet another step further using a new partnership between Taiwanese technology giant HTC along with Kyber Network (KNC), an Ethereum-based protocol.
Published at Tue, 14 May 2019 11:28:00 +0000 This inclusion must permit decentralized token swaps to be integrated, not just into pockets, but basically any program, such as sites, sellers, and also dapps (decentralized applications). Kyber Network's liquidity protocol has been added to the built-in Zion Vault app on HTC's first native web 3.0 blockchain phone, the feature which currently enables users to directly swap between the ERC-20 standard cryptocurrencies"at a decentralized manner without leaving the wallet." What does it imply for the end user? The new feature should enable simple usage, convenience, and"seamless user experience" They could use that one pocket in their blckchain telephone to switch between tokens. Nothing else is needed. The practice is done on-chain directly meaning that it doesn't require the user to move the components to cryptocurrency trades first in order to perform the swap. KNC confirmed which the native pocket in their blockchain phone, the Exodus 1 of HTC comprises the liquidity protocol, which enables direct swaps between over sixty tokens, such as KNC, BAT, along with DAI of Kyber Network.
HTC has announced the launch of the Exodus 1s another day, the Exodus 1's funding edition. According to the company, the 1s will include Bitcoin (BTC) full node capability. It's projected that the brand new phone is going to be released in Q3 this year and will retail for brand new USD 300 (in comparison to USD 699 to get Exodus 1). KNC, the native token of Kyber Network, jumped following the announcement and is up by nearly 25 percent in the previous 24 hours (11:11 UTC).