Mobile phone manufacturer Samsung is now supporting Bitcoin (BTC) on its dApp store, Blockchain Keystore, according to information on its developer website.

The South Korean phone manufacturer first introduced its Blockchain Keystore in March of this year, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and at the time only offered cryptocurrency storage and transactions for Ethereum (ETH), and other ERC-20 tokens.

Now Samsung has quietly added support to its software developer kit (SDK) for the number one cryptocurency by market cap, Bitcoin. It has also included support for the native cryptocurrency of the Klaytn blockchain.


As stated on the developer website, the Blockchain Keystore is supported on six of its series 10 devices, namely S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G, Note10 and Note10+. It also shows that these phones’ blockchain features continue to be available only in some jurisdictions, such as Canada, Germany, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the United States and the United Kingdom.

Samsung continues to spearhead the way for blockchain addoption, with it being the first mobile manufacturer to develop its own wallet. The number of available applications on its Blockchain Keystore has also increased to a total of seventeen, which including a variety of products in the field of social media, crypto wallets, health, fintech, lifestyle, games, and entertainment