SirenLabs Blockchain Crypto Phone Finney Releases in November with $1,000 Price Tag
New crypto-currency phone launched by sirenlabs cost $1,000
As of today, there's not really a whole lot of smartphones that work for cryptocurrency. The company specializing in Tech, Siren Labs, knows it has the best available smartphone and is about to launch it in November of 2018, preparing for Christmas. The company released a $14,000 phone a few years back, specifically designed to work for blockchain and crypto technology to entice the new crowd.
The new phone about to launch is called Finney, named after one of Bitcoins originals How Finny. It's described as the world's most powerful blockchain smartphone ever to be created. Beautiful and sleek-looking, the phone looks like the phone created by the company a while back, completed with accelerated Hardware to handle the new breakthrough technologies happening with block chain. An internal system inside the Finney is nothing short of powerful and amazing.
Solarin, created the phone to look like an old-school slider. But uses many of its previously used design quirks like the teardrop camera. To say the least, it is highly unique and something to look at, making it pretty cool for anybody who wants to use it for cryptocurrency management.
One of the coolest aspects of the phone is there are two displays, the main and the secondary save screen. Secondary screen uses are for cryptocurrency transactions only using specially designed software that ensures all transactions are accurate before being completed. Not only that, but the phone doubles as a cold storage hard wallet that can manage several different cryptocurrencies at one time.
There is no Mac IOS operating phone, so Apple users will be discouraged — instead the phone is operated on another Android platform, that’s an altered version created by Solarin.
Praised for the new system, it is promised to be extremely safe and secure to protect cryptocurrency user’s profits. Finney come with pre-installed blockchain related applications used for the cold storage hard wallet and to manage cryptocurrencies. It has some awesome specifications, like 6 gigabytes of RAM and automatic token conversion settings. Operating CPU is a Snapdragon 845 and the phone can manage cryptocurrencies from all over the world. To store coins on the phone, you also have access to the SRN Tokens, which can be exchanged when necessary to make purchases.
The phone will literally handle all your exchanges actions and conversions, so you don't have to. And, everything is done completely autonomous within the phone's internal processing system. No one is entirely clear how it all works yet but people are extremely excited. Best practices for the phone is to load it with cryptocurrency that you'll need for the day, leaving the remainder of your stores safe or online somewhere, whatever you deem necessary. Finney is easy to load simple to operate and ideal for newbies and Veterans alike. Being extremely resistant to fraud and hacking, as cell phones are, makes it ideal for crypto enthusiasts. Skeptics will love the phone for its security and carrying cryptocurrency around with them on a hard wallet.
One drawback of the phone is the price tag, which is $1000 United States dollars. But most cell phones are $600 $800 anyway so it's not really a big deal. In fact, the pri has been cut down considerably because of the mass production of the phone that is being taken. Demand for the phone is extreme, as of now it has raised more than a hundred fifty million United States dollars and people looking to purchase it.
So, if you want to buy penny you better buy it soon because the demand is likely to rise, and numbers may be Limited in stock. The phone is being accepted by several of the largest businesses in the world, even celebrities. Lastly, mega credit card company MasterCard is accepting the phone which will launch in November .
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