HTC announced that its phone Exodus 1 "is now extends its reach to non-crypto nativwho want to explore the new Internet, as well as the security and opportunities it offers. "Translation: you can buy it with ordinary money.

The Exodus 1 went into pre-order in October, but at the time you had to pay in crypto: either 0.15 bitcoin or 4.78 Ether. At the time, it was close to $ 1,000. But since cryptocurrency is volatile, these amounts are $ 571 and $ 644 respectively at the time of publication. Now you have the option to ignore all the problems and simply pay HTC 699 actual US dollars. It's a better deal than the U12 +, which is more or less the same device – HTC is still asking for $ 800 for this puppy.

You can pay for the Exodus 1 phone in any of the four currencies other than Fiat, if you wish: 0.18 bitcoin (about 685 USD for the moment), 15.65 Litecoin (692 USD), 74.16 Binance Coin ( 708 USD) or 5.16 Ether (707 USD). Bitcoin will bring you the best offer of real money, but allowing people to buy the phone with daily foreign currency calls into question the claim that HTC has visibly considered in the first place for such a crypto device. centric.

The units ordered now should be shipped sometime after March 31, according to the Exodus website.

HTC'S EXODUS 1 extends the confidentiality and
Security for users around the world

EXODUS 1 challenges big data business models of big technology companies

New partnership with Opera Browser protects the identity and privacy while browsing the HTC EXODUS 1

Following the validation of the crypto community, the HTC EXODUS 1
will be available in Fiat currency

February 26, 2019, Barcelona – From today, EXODUS 1 user can update their device over the air to interact with a multitude of new partners and take advantage of the new decentralized Web.

The HTC EXODUS 1 is the first smartphone built for this new Internet.

There is a growing movement towards protectiong our privacy and data security, driven by skepticism about how large technology companies are using our data and the uncertainty surrounding their security is in fact.

Phil Chen, Decentralized CEO at HTC
"EXODUS is about the future of data and setting up the right architecture for the Internet, including security, privacy and the transfer of ownership of data to the person who generates it."

The decentralized Web will allow users to protect and secureTheir own data by providing more transparent peer-to-peer services, eliminating the middlemen who benefited from the retention of your information. We are now able to own our own profile and associated digital resources on all platforms and even be incentivized to share the selected information. This decentralized movement will revolutionize our people's data management and will also allow the creation of new business models that do not rely on the storage and operation of users information.

To support the Web 3.0 movemThe EXODUS team is currently publishing the Zion Key Management API to selected partners for the purpose of protecting user data.

Opera, the world's first browser ready for cryptography, is the first organization to take advantage of the API. This means that Opera users can Enjoy the added security of their cryptographic assets on EXODUS 1 and interact, trade, and connect to services directly with their private keys securely stored on their device.

Charles Hamel, head of cryptography at Opera Browsers, says: "We are at dawnf a new generation of the Web, where new decentralized technologies services challenge the status quo. HTC and Opera have both made the bold decision to be the first to take the lead and enable this transformation. We are very proud to partner with EXODUS andSet a new standard for the usability and security of cryptography. "

The EXODUS-Opera collaboration sets an industry standard for securing user-friendly blockchain experiences, enabling more people to safely explore block benefits.Kchain technology and decentralized applications and services.