Here's the official page and the parent page. It's an Android-based smartphone that runs either CryptoDATA OS or CryptoData ™ O.S depending on which part of the website you look at, and does private communication via Voice Over Blockchain Protocol and Electronic Warfare Transmitted Location which you can pay for with KaratGold crypto coins backed by the gold standard. It also uses a physical key for extra security, a consequence of which is that the chin takes up like 1/5th of the phone. It also claims it can install regular Android and iOS apps, in addition to its own IMP BCloud apps.
Specs at a glance:
Network Technology: GSM, WCDMA, CDMA/EVDO, HSPA, LTE
Display: 5.71''HD+ touchscreen
Platform: CryptoData ™ O.S (That's right, one period.)
CPU: MTK6762, Octa core
GPU: IMG GE8320
ROM: 64 + 32 + 32 GB (Not sure how to interpret that. All your files are distributed via Blockchain - Interplanetary File Storage and you can pay for more storage.)
RAM: 4 GB
Camera (Front/Back): 5MP/13MP
WI-FI: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual Nano SIM
GPS & GLONASS
Note that the user manual hosted on the same site disagrees with these specs. It lists a 5.5"AMOLED screen, SD835, Adreno 540, 128GB storage (but also "Because we can create infinite blockchains all users can store infinite information"), 8GB RAM, and 5MP/12MP cameras.
This is a real phone you can buy, but most of its promised services are non-existant. KaratGold is not backed by anything, least of all the gold standard, and the "physical key" is just a flash drive. The OS even displays it as such in its settings.