BitPay Enables TREZOR Support For Copay Chrome App

BitPay Enables TREZOR Support For Copay Chrome App

BitPay’s multi-signature wallet solution – called Copay – has added TREZOR Hardware Wallet support. Even though the TREZOR hardware wallet has been around since 2013, it has taken a while for the BitPay engineers to integrate this functionality into Copay. The long wait is finally over, however, as the Chrome desktop app for Copay has been updated. Integrating TREZOR functionality into the Copay Chrome app brings additional functionality to the table. For example, Copay users will be able to sign transactions with their TREZOR hardware Bitcoin wallet, rather than only being able to do so....


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