According to Bloomberg News recently reported that from today, Huawei mobile phone users can download Bitcoin wallet in the official application center.
According to Alejandro de la Torre, vice president of commercial operations at BTC.com, Huawei will provide BTC.com’s Bitcoin wallet in its app store, AppGallery. AppGallery will be pre-installed on all new Huawei and Glory phones, and older phones will also be upgraded and installed in the coming months. This will also become the first cryptocurrency application provided by Huawei.
Prior to this, on March 22, 2018, Huawei announced the creation of an open platform for blockchains and the release of blockchain mutual assistance community-Abao.
Not long ago, according to Bloomberg, Huawei is considering the development of a smart phone that will be able to run applications based on blockchain technology. Huawei is negotiating with Israeli startup Sirin Labs, which develops the operating system SIRIN OS, and hopes to run blockchain applications on its Android smartphone. According to Bloomberg, two people familiar with the plan disclosed that the current cooperation is still in its initial stage and no agreement has been signed. Both representatives confirmed that they met in February but declined to provide further details. The Telegram team administrator of Sirin Labs also claimed that the cooperation will be announced soon. However, Yu Chengdong, chairman of Huawei Terminal, has recently made a public statement: Even I have never heard of it.
However, at present, despite the fact that it has not launched a blockchain mobile phone, China has already been on-line cloud blockchain services for BCS, providing a one-stop blockchain platform for enterprises and developers to plan, purchase, configure, develop, go live and operate. service.