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Blockchain Based Smartphone Will Be Released By Sirin Labs Before Christmas

Sirin Labs, the company that brought Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy to the London-premier of its ‘world’s most protected phone’ just two years ago, is discharging a more reasonable Android phone this November.

The company’s latest blockchain-based smartphone attempt has an even bigger authorization this time around the world’s most popular soccer star Lionel Messi.

The company’s unique blockchain-based phone, Solarin, was only possible buying to the rich and sold for an enormous $16,000 a phone. At present, the company’s latest phone, the FINNEY, will be unconfined at a price tag of only $1,000 – very similar to the iPhoneX.

The company in its announcement said that its main platform has gone public and investors are welcome to trade. The FINNEY will run on SIRIN OS and include a cold storage cryptocurrency wallet. The blockchain-based smartphone will also have a Token Conversion Service (TCS) and a multi-blockchain decentralized applications (dApp) store.

Based in Taiwan the Foxconn Technology Group is the developer and manufacturer of Sirin Labs’ new project. Foxconn makes products for Google, Cisco, Huawei, Amazon, and Apple.
FINNEY will run a multi-layer cybersecurity suite that will protect its users from connecting to a ‘rogue’ network.

The issue that stands out most regarding the FINNEY is that it’s 2 touchscreens, that slide up from the body of the device and area unit around 2 inches. This action ‘warms up’ the cold pocketbook, which is able to enable crypto enthusiasts to firmly interact cryptocurrency.

Other key options on the market at the smartphone’s planned Nov launch are a Token Conversion Service (TCS) and a proprietary DApp (decentralized application) store aboard the regular Google Play store.

The vision of Sirin Labs right away is to bridge the gap between the blockchain economy and also the mass market, by essentially addressing and break down these 2 inherent issues.

The Swiss-based smartphone developer told CoinTelegraph that it would be releasing its new affordable blockchain-based Android phone just before Christmas.

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