If latest rumours are to be believed, a number of “anonymous Korean insiders” are claiming that Samsung has paired up with Enjin Wallet so as to create a crypto-security solution for its flagship S10 mobile-phone.

In this regard, we can see that TWorld— Korea’s 2nd largest Telecom provider— recently posted the following image on their S10 Product listing:

As per the above displayed screenshot, Samsung’s native Blockchain Keystore and the Enjin Wallet are being used to “facilitate S10-based crypto transfers”. If the image is anything to go by, it seems as though the two firms have partnered with one another and are now looking to explore the crypto-ecosystem together.

More on the Matter

The folks over at Samsung have time and again expressed their desire to become one of the world’s premier blockchain players. Thus, by incorporating such an offering into their S10 flagship device, the Korean multinational is looking make a mark for itself within this domain.

Via a recent press release, the Samsung crypto-dev team has also stated that they are now looking to implement blockchain tech within various other areas such as :

  • Data Distribution
  • Insurance and contract verification
  • Copyright management
  • Content Sharing
  • Asset Management and In-game Goods Ownership

Why Enjin Might be the Right Choice for Samsung…

Enjin is research firm that has a lot of experience and expertise in relation to the field of Blockchain technology. To be a bit more specific, we can see that a couple of years back, the Enjin team successfully created the ERC-1155 token on the Ethereum blockchain.

For those of our readers who may not be aware, the above mentioned digital tokens are designed especially for the trading of in-game goods as well as streamlining digital item ownership protocols.

If that wasn’t enough, Enjin’s native crypto wallet offering is also one of the world’s most beloved crypto storage solutions. The wallet is currently available on iOS / Android and is compatible with all ERC-20 and ERC-1155 tokens. It also comes pre-built with a trading interface that helps users exchange major alt-assets with the touch of a button.

Final Take

Enjin started off as a gaming enterprise that dove head-first into the world of blockchain around 5 years ago. Over the years, the firm has morphed into one of the global leaders in crypto security and has even partnered with a number of startups so as to provide them with a plethora of privacy solutions.

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