Happy Blockchain The week is yours and yours. HTC Help launch this important national holiday by announcing the upcoming release of HTC Exodus 1s. The latest version of the stunning blockchain phone of the company shines some price Exit 1 – which was finally sold for $ 699 when the company provided it with a more traditional currency.
It is obvious that HTC is attentive to the exact pricing here, instead simply call it a "more value-oriented version" than the original. The company does not discuss the actions you're taking to lower the cost here – although I expect many of them to be similar to Google's for Pixel 3a, built by the previous HTC team. There, most visits were for energy processing and building materials. The exhilarating, cheerful, transparent background was certainly a nice touch on Exodus 1.
The most interesting here is the motive for lower prices. Here's HTC in the press release:
Will allow users in emerging economies, or those who want to immerse their toes in the world of encryption for the first time, easier access to technology at an easily accessible price point. This will democratize and enable access to encryption and aggregation technology. HTC will release more details on specifications and cost in the coming months.
Great vision, obviously, but I think there is something to be said about this idea. Access to some blockchain technology is fairly pricey. even so. Many space experts agree that blockchain will be an important basis for moving forward with micro-transactions. Exodus 1 was not completely shattered by the appearance of things, but this may be an interesting first step.
The other interesting thing about all this is the opening of the SDK for Zion Vault, the Trusted Enterprise Environment (TEE) product vault that the company introduced with Exodus 1. HTC will deliver it to GitHub for developers. "We understand that it takes society to ensure strength and safety, so it is important for the Exodus team to have the best tools available to our community," the company says.