Little known fact is that Samsung has a native crypto wallet for its Galaxy smartphones and starting today, the so-called Samsung Blockchain Wallet will support third-party wallets and cold wallet storages so you can manage your crypto assets from one place.
Samsung’s wallet can now connect to hardware wallets like Ledger Nano S and Nano X. Keep in mind, though, that Samsung’s wallet support for tokens is still limited to Bitcoin, Etherium, ERC20 tokens, Tron and TRC tokens. In addition, the wallet supports decentralized apps built on blockchain to authenticate and exchange assets on various platforms.
All of your assets on Samsung’s wallet are protected with the company’s Knox security platform while the Samsung Blockchain Keystore holds your private keys. They are stored and isolated from the OS.