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IMpulse K1 is a KaratGold Coin-fueled blockchain-based mobile phone featuring loads of cutting-edge solutions. It is released by Karatbars.

Its main feature is the native support of the VoBP (Voice-over-Blockchain Protocol). Gadget’s owners will be able to leverage the advantages of a decentralized peer-to-peer network to securely transmit voice messages as well as text, media, and documents. End-to-end encryption safeguards your information from hackers and other third parties.

All your data is stored on IPFS (Interplanetary file storage) that lets you access your photos, videos, and docs from any place in the world through a secure connection.

IMpulse K1 uses Electronic Warfare Transmitted Location (EWTL) system for sharing your current location with trusted persons via a serverless environment.

By using the latest technological advancements, IMpulse K1 represents a massively secure mobile phone which satisfies the demands of people looking for maximizing their security. There is no need to worry about third parties monitoring your actions or accessing your personal data that fully utilizes the ideas lying behind cryptocurrency and blockchain.

There were over 10 companies that promised blockchain integration in their smartphones. However, none of those phones have made it into the production stage. Thus, KaratBars is the first company that really managed to make and produce a real blockchain fueled phone – IMpulse K1 Phone. To read more information check K1 Phone website.

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