Crypto Wallet App for Latest Huawei Smartphones is available in AppGallery. In a bid to roll out a mobile cryptocurrency app for the newly launched app store by the giant of technology, Huawei is going to partner with BT.com.
BTC.COM. com, the partner of Chinese telecommunications firm and smartphone maker Huawei, is owned by mining giant Bitmain. Bitman tracks cryptocurrency mining and block information.
BTC does also provide a digital wallet service. According to Alejandro de la Torre, the site’s vice president for business operations, this new wallet application will appear in Huawei’s proprietary app store, AppGallery.
For those not familiar with AppGallery, this proprietary app store was launched in March. And this AppGallery is currently available only for customers via a pre-install on the latest Huawei devices.
However the feature will be rolled out for older versions of Huawei phones, in the second quarter of the current year.
Huawei’s effort to boost cryptocurrency wallet support is still a notable move and this move is likely to open up cryptocurrency services to a potentially huge number of users.
Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, vice president of Huawei Mobile Services said, “Cryptocurrencies have recently expanded the human understanding of digital economy at a large scale … We expect to see massive growth in global cryptocurrency adoption habits in the near future,”.
Alongside the Huawei’s move for rolling out Crypto Wallet App, the company is also at the same time moving to beef up its wider attempt for blockchain development.
According to the previous reports from CoinDesk, Huawei could launch its blockchain-as-a-service platform just last month – one built on Hyperledger Fabric 1.0 tech that was developed by the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger blockchain consortium, of which Huawei has been a member since the year 2016.
Huawei’s move will inspire other mobile phone maker companies to follow suit. With ever advancing technology, we can expect more convenient to use and faster apps.