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HTC Exodus 1 Blockchain Smartphone Uses Brave as Default Browser

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HTC Exodus 1 Blockchain Smartphone Uses Brave as Default Browser

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With the advent of the latest blockchain smartphones in the market, more clarity is now expected on their workings and features. Latest news now being reported is that the decentralized browser Brave will now be the default internet exploring option in the new HTC’s blockchain smartphone named Exodus 1.

Brave is an open-source decentralized browser which has built-in ad blocking and website trackers that are a mainstay in conventional browsers like Chrome and even Safari. The browser will come pre-installed and on default in the new HTC Exodus blockchain phone because of its various useful features. The Exodus 1 itself, launched in May, will have support for multiple blockchain networks including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

Brendan Eich, co-founder of the open-source Brave who previously worked with the Mozilla Foundation, announced his company’s partnership with HTC on Twitter:

Brave itself had an ICO back in June 2017 with its Basic Attentio Tokens (BAT) and raised USD 35 million in just 30 seconds. These tokens can be used to pay for premium content on the Brave platform. Other competitors of Brave include a new Opera browser for Android that had a built-in crypto wallet and encrypted communications.

HTC is struggling to become relevant in a smartphone industry increasingly being dominated by Apple, Samsung and Huawei. The Taiwanese tech giant is now working with a number of innovative ideas to make its smartphones more appealing to the end user.

The partnership comes at a time after the first blockchain-based smartphone is already in the market: Sirin Labs based in Israel launched the Finney last week. It is yet to be seen how the market will respond to these blockchain phones. on Twitter: @bitcoinnewscom

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