The First Ever Smartphone on Voice Over Blockchain Protocol Sets New Standards for Secure Communications
Despite the advantages of the blockchain technology became obvious, very few managed to implement them in communications. User devices remain subject to the third party intervention, be it private correspondence or electronic payments. The team behind IMpulse K1 Smartphone took into account the user’s needs and showed up with a device that ensures convenience and safety through utilizing the blockchain technology.
IMpulse K1 is a KaratGold Coin-fueled blockchain-based mobile phone featuring loads of cutting-edge solutions.
Voice Over Blockchain Protocol (VOBP) – one of the main features of the IMpulse K1 Phone – allows users to communicate fully encrypted. All data – documents, invoices, text and voice messages – are sent peer-to-peer and end-to-end enciphered, thereby minimizing third-party intervention. With IPFS platform data are getting saved and encrypted through decentralized storage based on the blockchain technology. As a result, there’s no need to worry about third parties monitoring your actions, as the peer-to-peer encryption cannot be hacked or manipulated.
Decentralized services allow the user to store and spend both fiat and cryptocurrency through several customizable wallets. You can create wallets for automatic payments or family purchases, with access for each member, that is why the device can serve several users.
An array of additional features – such as Electronic Warfare Transmitted Location (EWTL) and the Worm Guard technology – set to protect user whereabouts data and private keys.
In addition, the device allows you to use multiple phone numbers, without changing the SIM card. Say you use a work number in the office, and personal one on the weekend, thereby getting rid of unnecessary stress in your leisure time.
Apart from the above, the smartphone features a number of services fuelled by KaratGold Coin (KBC), which is easily convertible into physical gold and acceptable by those online-vendors who implement a specially designed software. A piece of code named K-merchant enables one-click-payments for goods and services around the globe.
In addition to innovative software, the phone boasts materials which it is made from: carbon, gold, aluminum, and titanium, depending on which model you choose.
Being officially presented, the mobile phone is scheduled for September 2019 to be delivered to its first customers. On the official website, you can find the project’s road map, as well as the IMpulse K1 Phone specifications.
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