This is a feature that makes use of hardware security to store private keys for blockchain applications.
Developers will be able to use it in order to create hardware wallets via software, according to CCN.
Basically, all users who own an S10 will also have a hardware wallet.
“Galaxy S10 is built with defense-grade Samsung Knox, as well as a secure storage backed by hardware, which houses your private keys for blockchain-enabled mobile services,” said the official announcement.
Samsung reveals a full-blown crypto wallet for the Galaxy S10
After the massive round of rumors and speculations, now it’s finally confirmed. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 comes with a full-blown crypto wallet.
The strange thing for many crypto enthusiasts is that the phone will not be supporting Bitcoin as it was initially believed.
On the other hand, the wallet comes with support for Ethereum and Ethereum-based tokens.
CoinDesk Korea reported that Bitcoin would not be supported from day one, the Daily Hodl writes.
But more cryptos will be added in the future, so probably Bitcoin will be one of them.
More than that, the wallet also includes support for dApps including Enjin, Cosmee, CryptoKitties, and CoinDuck.