Sirin Labs is all set to integrate popular cryptocurrency interface MyEtherWallet (MEW) in its famous blockchain smartphone, Finney. The news was confirmed by a blog post on March 21.
Finney was released last year by Sirin Labs, will allow MEW users to buy the device available at the latter’s mobile and web interface. Per Sirin and MEW, this move will drive blockchain adoption and simplify the process of accessing and handling crypto assets.
MEW CEO and founder Kosala Hemachandra said
He further said,
Sirin Labs CEO Zvika Landau added.
Sirin made its entry in cryptoverse when it signed football star Lionel Messi as its brand ambassador.
Last month, HTC partnered established a partnership with web browser Opera to expand the functionality of its own blockchain-centric offering, the Exodus.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung also gained massive attention after it revealed it would include a crypto wallet in its latest Galaxy S10 smartphone.
The new model will also have a feature of Exynos 9820 chip with PUF technology that is said to be an ideal processor for native cryptocurrency wallet.
Accounts created using the Samsung Bitcoin app will be stored on the blockchain network with complete anonymity. The only way to access the data will be using the standard 12-24-word phrase.
For security, it has integrated “Samsung Knox” into the S10 model, a feature which uses hardware security to store private keys for blockchain applications including cryptocurrency.
On 16th March CoinMarketFeed reported, a South Korean blockchain identity startup, Metadium is all set to release its Software Development Kit (SDK) on Unity’s Asset Store, a leading game engine.
Metadium plans to secure a larger gamer user base with its blockchain-powered ID solution for game services.
Moreover, it also opens up a possibility for its ID solution to be used by 6.5M Unity game developers around the world. Also, with its management application “Keepin”, Metadium plans to reach out to the public and expand on its user base.