Taiwanese consumer electronics company HTC revealed on Tuesday that it has partnered with Kyber Network (KNC), a decentralized exchange protocol, to bring in-phone token swaps to the EXODUS 1, HTC’s first blockchain-enabled phone.
HTC has integrated Kyber Network’s liquidity protocol into its Zion Vault on @htcexodus EXODUS 1, the first native web 3.0 blockchain phone, allowing users to easily swap between cryptocurrencies in a decentralized manner without leaving the wallet! 😊https://t.co/cM0CGBq6L7
— Kyber Network (@KyberNetwork) May 14, 2019
According to the announcement, EXODUS 1 users can now swap between 60+ major ERC-20 tokens including KNC, BAT, and DAI, directly from the Zion Vault.
The Zion Vault is HTC’s all-in-one crypto storage solution, which includes notably functionalities like access to decentralized applications (dapps), marketplaces, and collectibles.
As we previously reported, HTC has been focusing on partnering with major blockchain projects, including a recent partnership with Decentraland (MANA), the first virtual reality platform owned by its users.
This latest partnership comes several days after HTC revealed that it is planning to release a low-cost version of its blockchain phone called the Exodus 1s, which will reportedly have the capability to act as a full node for the Bitcoin network.
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