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Tech Giant Samsung Bolsters DApp Kit with Two Brand New Services

South Korean conglomerate Samsung is adding two new services as a way of augmenting its DApp Software Development Kit. 

In a recent press statement, Samsung announced the integration of a digital analytics DApp and a code-based wallet in the Galaxy S10 and newer smartphone models. 


The analytics app has been named “Jupiter” and uses the TrustVerse AI built on Microsoft’s Azure architecture. This DApp allows users to track the volatility of cryptocurrencies like Ether (ETH) and Bitcoin (BTC). Jupiter does this by studying how the market moved in the past and will provide clients with a projection of how crypto prices will fare over the day. 

According to reports, Samsung users will soon be getting detailed report and analysis of blockchain markets and token prices. 


The second DApp is “Mars,” a password wallet that has a QR code. It allows users to manage peer-to-peer crypto transfers using QR code. The press release explained that the wallet service prevents complicated address input by a simple click on the QR code, ensuring that wrong addresses or typo errors are avoided. 

The tech giant initially unveiled its DApp kit back in July. Samsung stated that the kit makes it possible to give support for the Samsung Keystore and account management and storage. It also helps facilitates digital signature and payments. 

Samsung has been taking big steps to ensure that their devices can accommodate crypto technology. Just last month, the company announced a collaboration with crypto payments firm Pundi X. The partnership made it possible for users to incorporate the former’s XWallet App to Samsung’s Blockchain Wallet.

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