Usually, a new phone at MWC will boast a fancy new screen or camera, but the SikurPhone’s sales pitch is strong security and data encryption. It claims that the SikurPhone
is “hack-proof” and that its bespoke wallet app is the perfect way to keep your cryptocurrencies safe. It’s an Android phone with encryption plastered all over it, and a custom app store that only includes vetted apps. To back its claims, the company hired bug bounty hunters HackerOne
to try to crack the phone. So far, the experts have failed. Sikur is asking $850 for the device, but that price includes peace of mind.