There were many news out there about the applications and use cases of blockchain as a technology. However, most of them turned out to be either too complicated to implement or fake. Until recently when the latest news smashed the ground: KBC launches its blockchain-based smartphone in early fall this year. A competitor for Samsung and HTC, the new IMpulse K1 Phone, will improve regular voice/text messages with a peer-to-peer and end-to-end encryption, minimizing any risk of a third-party hacking.
The brand new smartphone also features:
- A taylor-made blockchainData OS that offers a user-friendly interface with IOS and Android applications available to be installed;
- Voice Over Blockchain Protocol (VOBP) — full encryption of any user-to-user communication.
- IPFS platform allowing information to be saved and enciphered through a decentralized storage based on blockchain technology;
- Electronic Warfare Transmitted Location (EWTL) set to protect user privacy related to his/her location. The service uses a special military technology to share and reveal whereabouts;
- The Worm Guard technology which creates a protective shield around the user’s private key, so that it cannot be stolen or lost.
As seen from the features breakdown the hardware is perfectly combined with software. Add a perfect UX and UI to the mix and you will get one of the best, easy to use and secure phones out there.
Being officially presented, the mobile phone is scheduled for September 2019 to be delivered to its first customers. On the official website, you can find the project’s road map, as well as the IMpulse K1 Phone specifications.
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