Leaked images released on the internet suggest the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 will have the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore app. Gregory Blake and Ben Geskin who posted the leaked images suggest the wallet will support Ethereum, but other sources like SamMobile suggests it may also support Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and ERC20.
With the release date of Samsung Galaxy set to February 20, 2019, it will not be a long wait before we get official news about the wallet. At Least we can hope Samsung makes a brief mention of its Blockchain KeyStore. The leaked images are perhaps the clearest images available on the internet which shows the Galaxy S10 and its single hole punch front camera.
The cryptocurrency wallet is split into two parts, a cold wallet for saving digital currencies, public and private keys and signing private keys for transactions. While the other half will be used for viewing account information, transfers and transaction history.
The leaked images show the Samsung Blockchain Keystore app running on the Samsung Galaxy S10. It also mentions that the app is secure and a convenient place for your cryptocurrencies. You can import your existing wallet as well as create a new one using the Samsung Blockchain Keystore app.
New #GalaxyS10 live images leak with ‘Samsung Blockchain KeyStore’
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 23, 2019
As far as security is concerned the app will come with various biometrics and security settings. This will enable users to secure and manage their blockchain private key.
Samsung seems likely to be shipping a cryptocurrency service with its upcoming smartphone. Share your thoughts with us in the comments box below.
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