These will be built in partnership to China Telecom, China’s second-largest mobile carrier, with 390 million subscribers. CoinDesk reported. Conflux Network announced that China Telecom will launch its first BSIM pilot program for Hong Kong in the latter part of this year. Pilots will follow this program in other key locations on the mainland China, such as Shanghai. The BSIM card will store and manage the user’s private and public keys. It also allows for digital signatures. The BSIM card allows users to safely store and transfer digital assets, as well as display their assets using a variety of apps. CoinDesk spoke to Ming Wu, Conflux’s chief technology officer, about the BSIM and Conflux’s future plans. We also discussed how the card differs from a crypto wallet, the advantages and disadvantages of using BSIM.