A Conversation With Alena Vranova of SatoshiLabs on the Trezor

A Conversation With Alena Vranova of SatoshiLabs on the Trezor

Hardware wallets became a reality in 2014 — most notably by the popular and well-reviewed Trezor. Developed by Prague-based SatoshiLabs, the device stores private keys and uses a USB connection for outgoing transactions. The device gives a seed to the owner with 12-24 words for recovery purposes, and also offers a pin to access funds. The Trezor can be used in any environment, including with malware, and still keep your bitcoins safe. Sinceits inception, the Trezor has had rave reviews, seemingly one of the most trusted hardware wallets so far. Trezor has recently reached a milestone,....


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Mathias Sundin, Deputy mayor of Norrköping in Eastern Sweden, a member of Swedish Parliament