Erik Finman, the youngest Bitcoin millionaire, launches a mobile that prevents data theft

Erik Finman, the youngest Bitcoin millionaire, launches a mobile that prevents data theft

Erik Finman, the youngest millionaire thanks to Bitcoin, announces a mobile against data theft and sparks controversy. Keep reading and learn all the details. Read on!

Erik Finman, the youngest millionaire thanks to Bitcoin, announces a mobile against data theft and sparks controversy. Keep reading and learn all the details. Read on!

Erik Finman, the youngest millionaire thanks to bitcoin, aims to develop an undetectable mobile phone so as not to transfer personal data to large companies. Finman began investing in cryptocurrencies at age 12 with a thousand dollars that his grandmother had given him and before he was of age he already had more than a million dollars in bitcoins.

Now, at 22 years old, the millionaire wants to create an armored mobile phone for companies like Twitter or Facebook, something highly demanded by the conservative public close to Trump. According to Finnan, these social networks are censoring messages of this ideology and he wants to end it.

Erik Finman, the youngest millionaire thanks to bitcoin, aims to develop an undetectable mobile phone so as not to transfer personal data to large companies.

The bitcoin millionaire has announced on Twitter that Freedom Phone is already on sale for $499. With it, he supposedly seeks to end the companies that, according to him, silence the right-wing movements.

Finman assures that Freedom Phone is "the first phone that guarantees your freedom of expression." This smartphone has conservative applications already installed at the factory, such as Parler, which was once removed from the Apple and Google application stores, and ultra-conservative media apps, such as OANN or Newsmax.

The millionaire, although he owes much of his fortune and fame to bitcoin, does not offer the possibility of buying his device with cryptocurrencies. However, Finman has commented in its Twitter announcement that it can be paid using Apple Pay as a payment method.

This phone will have its own application store which will not have any type of censorship or control, according to Finman. Likewise, Duck Duck Go will be the default browser of the device in order to avoid the use of the Google search engine.

Freedom Phone is "the first phone that guarantees your freedom of expression."

Despite the fact that Finman dedicates many tweets to talk about Freedom Phone and the freedom of expression and censorship that it is supposed to offer, it hardly offers technical data about his mobile. In addition, it does not specify where they will be manufactured.

In fact, several users have responded to the ad by highlighting the similarity of their undetectable phone to a UMIDIGI A9 Pro. This Chinese mobile, which costs $170 if purchased in bulk, allows you to customize it with your own logo and packaging if you buy more than 500 units.

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