Sirin Labs announces blockchain-based smartphone coming in November
According to recent report by Cointelegraph, Swiss-based smartphone manufacturer, Sirin Labs, is set to release a blockchain-based phone as early as November of this year.
At the end of 2017, the company raised $110 million in the first 24-hours of its Initial Coin Offering (ICO), with an accumulative amount of $157.8 million by the end of the process.
Finney, the blockchain-based phone will run on the SIRIN OS, an operating system based off of the Android system. It will include a cold storage crypto wallet, a multi-blockchain decentralized app (DApp) store and a Token Conversion Service (TCS). Foxconn Technology group, leading manufacturer of Cisco, Amazon, Apple and Google products, is helmed with the responsibility of producing the blockchain-based phone. According to Cointelegraph report, Finney is set to release with a presumed price tag of $1,000.
Chief Marketing Officer Nimrod May, told Cointelegraph, that there are plans to open Sirin Labs stores across the globe, with locations in the UK, US and Japan.
May also noted that the next project for Sirin Labs will be a blockchain technology personal computer that is “going to be even less costly than the phone.”
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