Taiwanese consumer electronics company HTC is taking deeper dive into cryptocurrency and blockchain. Recently, the company announced a new expansion of its devices line-up and introduced a new crypto-oriented 5G router, dubbed Exodus 5G Hub.
The router will allow users to run full bitcoin nodes from their homes. It can also function as a hardware wallet and store users’ cryptocurrencies securely. It has other privacy-related features like Incognito VPN, Brave Browser, email from Proton Mail and crypto key storage via Zion software.
The router looks more like a smartphone and comes with an Android 9 operating system. It also has a touchscreen and Wi-Fi services on both 4G and 5G networks. The device will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset to process its functions.
HTC says the device is capable of supporting high-speed encrypted network connections for up to 20 devices and hinted at additional privacy features that have yet to be announced.
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