Samsung has announced crypto partners for its newly launched Galaxy S10 series. The smartphones will feature various crypto and blockchain related features, such as wallet functions for Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), COSMEE token (COSM), and Enjin’s token (ENJ). COSMEE is a blockchain-powered mobile beauty decentralized app with which users can earn and spend COSM tokens. And, Enjin is another cryptocurrency wallet that can be used to send and receive ERC-20 tokens and ERC-1155 crypto game assets.
In a recent report, the American retail company, Target, announced that the company’s official Twitter site was recently hacked by cryptocurrency scammers to promote Bitcoins. Although the company has not yet published complete report of the damage, the tweet which contained malicious links has been fortunately deleted.
Canada’s largest Bitcoin mining firm, Hut 8 has recently scored groundbreaking revenue on its Q3 season, from $5.9 million last year to $13.5 million this year. The company has released about the same on its quarterly financial report on November 8.
In a recent survey, 73% of respondents said they would use XRP over other cryptocurrencies to make their first purchase on a trip from New York City (NYC) to Las Vegas. Interestingly, only 15% responded in favour of Bitcoin (BTC) and 9% told they will prefer Litecoin (LTC).
Bitfury Group, a software manufacturer of Bitcoin mining, has launched a new generation of hardware. The new hardware is based on its latest ASIC chip Bitfury Clarke. The new chip is low on power consumption and high on hash power generation than its precedents.