A blockchain company called Pundi X who will launch blockchain phones. The latest iteration is showcased at an event called the Internationale Funkausstellung or IFA 2019 event by the company. The event was held in Berlin, a capital in Germany.
The blockchain phones are stated as “Blok on Blok,” or BOB which will be introduced with a “MOD Assembly Kit,” with detachable parts in the market. Therefore, the external look of the blockchain phones can be modified. The users can switch between Pundi X’s blockchain OS in BOB. Decentralized services and Android are powered by Pundi X’s blockchain OS. One of the features of BOB is customizable. Allowing the use of Decentralized apps (Dapps) in the future is a purpose of BOB. Blockchain services can also be accessed in the future. BOB will act as a node to support the Function X network.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the blockchain company Pundi X Zac Cheah said, “BOB marks a big step forward in our mission of creating a Blockchain Internet, a fully decentralized network where every piece of data shared is under the owner’s control. More importantly, BOB gives a sneak peek of a world powered entirely by blockchain technology, where everyone has control over their own data and everything is executed with the expectations of immutability and transparency.”
There are no roles of centralized service providers who could store the private information of users. A production run of 5,000 units will be seen by the initial batch.
The blockchain company Pundi X is recognized as one of the several major players who launching their own blockchain phones. A South Korean multinational electronics company called LG, a computer manufacturing company called HTC, a tech company called Samsung, and a crypto exchange called Huobi are some of the major players, CoinDek reported.
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