The encrypted phone is the future - its emergence has created a new possibility for the Internet, that is, it allows people to communicate privately on the Internet as easily as they do offline, and without data being monitored and traded by Internet giants. encrypted mobile phone(or crypto phone) is an indispensable step for people to enter the Web3.0 era.

In this article, we will explore what encrypted phones are, and then take you to understand the biggest features of the so-called Web3 mobile phones and how to create NFT with only one click.

What exactly is the encrypted phone?

Before jumping into the the explanation of encrypted mobile phones, let’s get clear on the concept of Web 3.0 and the relationship between Web 3.0 and encrypted phone. After all, in the world of geeks, encrypted phone is also called Web3 phone.

The current Web 3.0 of popular consensus is based on the decentralization of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and the development of non-fungible tokens(NFT). Unlike the 2.0 era where data was stored in a single database or cloud provider, Web 3.0 is dedicated to a user-owned, user-built web ecosystem that either runs on a blockchain or point-to-point. The biggest difference between encrypted phone and the ordinary cell phone is that it can become a blockchain node, building a Web3-based behavioral value internet and returning user rights to the individual. 


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The core of crypto phones is the chip. Relying on the security encryption chip, the encrypted phone can form an independent encryption system and encryption management cloud system, set up layers of identity authentication barriers, provide security support for the application system, and ensure the confidentiality, authenticity, integrity and non-repudiation of information data. At present, due to various restrictions, few cell phone manufacturers can achieve this, one of the more complete realization of this ideal is the METAVERTU encrypted phone released by VERTU in London in October 2022.

How to create NFT using an encrypted phone?

  • What is NFT and how it was created

Before jumping into the creation of NFT, let's briefly understand what NFT is. An NFT(Non-fungible Token) is recorded in the blockchain, representing a certain asset, and everyone can see who it belongs to—it can be regarded as a token with value.

If you have ever paid attention to NFT, then you must know the famous NFT projects such as CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC). Do you know how all these NFT pieces were created? Before the advent of crypto phones, an NFT piece had to go through a lot of complicated processes to go from nothing to something. For example, you need to choose the blockchain network that hosts your NFT, you also need a digital wallet to store your NFT, and then you need to pay a certain amount of gas fees.
  • How to use an encrypted phone to "create NFT with one click"

The powerful algorithmic features of encrypted phones can automate complex processes, leaving the user with only one "click". You can operate a Web3 application like a normal smartphone, such as the VERTU encrypted phone mentioned above, which has a built-in DAPP, you just need to log in to it, take a photo and save it, then do a "click" action, you can see that your photo has become an NFT. With this shortcut, you can shoot or create NFT as you like.

In a crypto phone, your identity authentication, your wallet address, and your private key will not be collected at will like in a normal smartphone, so you can do a lot of things on an encrypted phone that you couldn't do before. Of course, there are still some limitations in the current initial generation of Web3 crypto phones, such as only supporting consortium chains but not private chains, which is a pity, I must say.

Of course, technological progress never happens overnight, and since proof of stake (PoS) is currently only fully used in Ether, initial attempts like METAVERTU encrypted phone can generally only achieve Ether pledges, while other chains are relatively difficult. This is caused by both the time and technology limitations, and I believe that in the future, this problem will no longer be an issue.

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