With the new technological advances coming to light in this day and age, it is hard to see anything inventive enough to surprise you, unless you are watching a Black Mirror episode.
That being said, sometimes even the most simple of concepts get to amaze you with their claims of sheer brilliance, and the concept of a “hackproof” smartphone does just that.
Sikur, a mobile cybersecurity company, recently unveiled what it calls the world’s “first fully encrypted, hackproof smartphone”. Due to the way that it is built, the company claims that it is ideal for storing cryptocurrencies.
The company claims to have combined the “most secure platform and hardware”, bringing together an encrypted device, with which it aims to revolutionize an everyday cryptocurrency trader’s need for multiple gadgets.
How hardware cameras are now reserved for professionals, with high-end cameras now available for the everyday user in their own phone instead, the SIKURPhone will work the same way for cryptocurrency wallets.
The company aims to eradicate the need for the everyday user to hold a separate hardware wallet with them at all times.
Further technical information can be checked on Sikur’s website, since it has been getting updated lately with latest information about the technology and how it is being received within the industry.
The phone is currently available for pre-sale, with the first 20,000 orders to be processed on a discounted, pre-sale price.