Tech Mahindra (the IT major) has declared the usage of a cutting-edge solution using Blockchain tech targeting to alleviate spam calls for telecom industry, which is affecting more than 300 Million mobile users. As per media report released from the company, Tech Mahindra in 2018 developed the Blockchain key, comprising over 25% of the market share, in fulfillment with the guidelines and regulations of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) so as to let Telecom suppliers avoid illegal authorization of their users’ data.

Rajesh Dhuddu, Global Practice Leader at Tech Mahindra for Blockchain, claimed, “The new-age tech is a focus for government and corporates alike, and is anticipated to be a trillion-dollar industry by the end of 2030. With the coordinated and concerted efforts by the industry and the government backed by suitable laws, the country can carry on to enhance and sustain its leadership position in Blockchain tech, he further claimed.

“At Tech Mahindra, we are gambling big on Blockchain as fraction of our TechMNxt project to empower our clients and deliver tangible business value so as to offer an entirely varied experience to their end users,” Rajesh claimed.

On a related note, HTC is taking its blockchain handset a little more conventional. Earlier, the firm declared that the Exodus 1 can be brought for $750. You heard it right, traditional cash—the type that can be employed in any shop all over the US. Till now, the fraught phone maker has only accepted Ether (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), and Litecoin (LTC) as mode of payment. Most probably, that was an option (and not just a lame marketing strategy) to make sure early accepters were open-minded crypto fans. Apart from USD, the firm is including the Ethereum-based Binance Coin (BNB) as a method to purchase the niche smartphone.