Instantly lose all remaining self-respect with this $1,000 Android blockchain phone

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Instantly lose all remaining self-respect with this $1,000 Android blockchain phone

HTC isn’t the only company working on a type of smartphone not many people might want. Sirin Labs also has a blockchain phone in the works, and the device will supposedly ship this November, as long as you’re ready to pay that $999 price.

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