Trezor Offers Password-less Login to Other Websites; Adds Dash

Trezor Offers Password-less Login to Other Websites; Adds Dash

The hardware wallet Trezor has been integrated as a password-less login option to Bitex, Coinpayments, CoinSimple, Osclass, and Strip4Bit. The Trezor login replaces the traditional email/username/password approach, and developers hope that more sites will add Trezor as a login option. BitStamp, Drupal, Slush Pool, and even Wordpress are on the “planning to integrate” list. In addition, Trezor now supports Dash. This addition follows previously supported cryptocurrencies Litecoin, Viacoin, Mazacoin, and colored bitcoins. These coin types are supported via Trezor's integration with the....


Related News

SatoshiLabs’ TREZOR Bitcoin Vault Adds Cloud-Based Password Manager

SatoshiLabs newly-announced TREZOR Password Manager will store and manage passwords securely and is available for public beta testing for all TREZOR hardware owners, the company announced on Medium. A Chrome extension is available. The new password manager uses advanced cryptography. A user can encrypt each password entry using their personal TREZOR device. The password manager automatically uploads the encrypted data to the user’s private cloud storage, where it is available as needed. No Master Password. TREZOR now addresses the most pressing flaw in password....

Trezor Unveils ‘Ultimately Secure’ Bitcoin Wallet Password Manager

Czech Republic-based SatoshiLabs has announced the Trezor Password Manager, calling it the “ultimately secure ‘no master password’ cloud solution.”   The new service enables users to store and manage their password in a secure fashion. SatoshiLabs says they are bringing the great attributes of advanced cryptography to users regardless if they have savvy technical skills or not. Password Manager Brings ‘Advanced Cryptography’. Currently, the Chrome extension is available for public beta testing for anyone who owns a Trezor device. SatoshiLabs....

BitID Replaces 'Sign in with Facebook' with Secure Bitcoin Alternative

You just need to scan a QR code if you want to login with Bitcoin through BitID. When people say that currency is only the first app of Bitcoin, this is the kind of stuff they're talking about. Most Internet users are now used to the idea of logging into other websites with their Google, Facebook, or Twitter accounts, but BitID is a new application that would allow anyone to easily login to any website in a somewhat anonymous manner. Those of you who are creeped out by the idea of attaching other websites to your Facebook account can now rejoice because you will soon be able to login to....

TREZOR Offers Another Update on Hardware Wallet Status

The TREZOR hardware wallet has been highly anticipated, and with numerous delays, some customers have all but given hope for a release. The company has provided us with some updates for the anxious customers out there desperate for any news on their pre-orders. According to a company spokesperson, "...we just finished packing of the metallic version of TREZOR and started shipping first pre-orders [this] previous week." The spokesperson adds: "Unfortunately we are waiting for a Classic version of TREZOR which is still being manufactured due to problems we had with our former manufacturer."....

Trezor now taking pre-orders for its hardware Bitcoin wallet

It's been a day for reporting hardware incarnations of Bitcoin. First we had Firmcoins, and now we have the more established Trezor team taking pre-orders for its self-named Bitcoin wallet-cum-dongle. There are two versions of the device. A plastic-encased model, set for a November 2013 release, sells for 1 BTC. That is followed by a brushed aluminum version which costs 3 BTC and is slated for an October 2013 release. Pre-ordering for either of the wallets is available through the Trezor eShop. "This Pre-Order allows you to purchase a TREZOR today and be among the first TREZOR owners when....

Quotes

The decision to bring virtual currency within the scope of our regulatory framework should be viewed by those who respect and obey the basic rule of law as a positive development for this sector. It recognizes the innovation virtual currencies provide, and the benefits they might offer society.

Jennifer Shasky Calvery, the director of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Ne